Success Skills for High School, College, and Career (Paperback)
Dog Ear Publishing, 9781457568794, 230pp.
Publication Date: April 5, 2019
"Success Skills for High School, College, and Career (Christian Edition) is a must-read for any young Christian who has the goal of keeping their commitment to God while climbing the ladder of success."
Monica Irvine, President of The Etiquette Factory
Successful students and employees have something in common: a well-developed skill set that transcends book smarts. The skills needed for success in the classroom and on the job can be honed with deliberate effort and the right resources. Christian students who combine their skills with their faith are equipped to achieve all that God calls them to achieve.
This Christian edition expands the best-selling Success Skills for High School, College, and Career by incorporating more than 150 scriptural references, Biblical examples, and a Christian theme. Step-by-step guidelines and hands-on exercises enable you to enhance your academic performance and prepare for future career success. Reading this book can empower you to:
✓ Deepen your Christian faith and embrace God's calling
✓ Develop key academic success skills for high school and college
✓ Develop leadership skills ✓ Make a smooth transition to college
✓ Achieve educational and career goals aligned with your strengths and values
✓ Build the skills that employers seek: communication, collaboration, goal setting, time management, critical thinking, problem-solving, professionalism, and accountability
✓ Document and articulate skills on applications for scholarships, awards, college, and jobs
This book also is an excellent resource for parents, teachers, youth pastors, and anyone else who wants to empower Christian youth to succeed.
Cary J. Green, PhD, equips students with skills for academic success and employability. Dr. Green spent twenty years teaching and advising university students before founding CaryJGreen.com. He has served as director of a college-level recruiting and career center, department chair, and associate dean for academic programs. He recently received a Parent and Teacher Choice Award from HowToLearn.com, and Parenting 2.0 recognized Green as a Global Presence Ambassador for his commitment to developing success skills in young people.