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Coaching for Career Workshop-NYC: Developing the NextGen of Diverse Leaders

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This 2-hour workshop will provide career readiness strategies for professionals who educate and/or support middle and high school students.

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There's a new generation taking the world by storm, GenZ, also known as Digital Natives. In 2020, GenZ will account for 40% of global consumers and 30% of GenZ believe science and technology can solve the world’s greatest problems. So how do you intentionally coach this socially conscious generation for early career excellence? First, by getting generationally aware and second, by getting clear on workforce, workplace, and marketplace trends. Global employers today seek early career hires who exhibit strong employability, academic, and technological skills to drive business innovation, productivity, and growth. This interactive session will highlight in-demand employability skills* and showcase practical ways to coach middle and high school students through experiential learning and interpersonal skill building. *Employability Skills aligned with National Association of College & Employers standards

LEARNING OUTCOMES

1. Discover characteristics of GenZ and workplace, workforce, and marketplace trends

2. Learn early career pitfalls that prohibit early career growth and how to build skills in students

3. Understand core employability skills and competencies sought by global employers

4. Gain tools to coach for employability and create skill-centered experiential learning opportunities for diverse students

FACILITATOR OVERVIEW

Chelsea C. Williams is the Founder & Career Strategist of College Code, a leadership consultancy based in New York City. She is a respected bridge builder and connector on a mission to help people reach their personal best through transformative experiences. Chelsea has supported mission-driven organizations as far as Sydney, Australia that advance education, workforce development, and leadership. She is also a Senior Consultant at JBC where she advises global organizations on building and implementing inclusion and diversity strategies. Chelsea started her career on Wall Street.

Chelsea is a graduate of Spelman College where she obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Economics. She is an active member of the Jackie Robinson Foundation Alumni Association, the New York Chapter of Education Pioneers, and Tau Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

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