Selkirk College students will have the chance to formalize the soft skills developed throughout their program of study with a Co-Curricular Record. As of Fall 2018, students will be able to earn official co-curricular credits by participating in organized activities focused on honing employability skills. “When employers are hiring into their organization, they are drawn to that well-rounded candidate who has more than the qualified skills and industry knowledge to do the job,” says Selkirk Vice President of Students & Advancement John Kincaid. “Employers want communication and leadership skills, a team player and problem solver, someone with emotional intelligence.”

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