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Make the Leap
Make the Leap from the Classroom to the Future Workplace
The skills gap is real. Research shows that new college graduates either don’t have all the skills employers want, or they’re not doing a good job of demonstrating those skills in their resumes.

Join us for a free interactive webinar to find out which skills can set students up for success. You’ll learn how they can adapt their current skillsets and resumes to make the leap from the classroom to the evolving job market using Adobe Creative Cloud, which empowers them to build their digital literacy, create anything they can imagine, and discover their full potential.

You’ll also hear a hiring manager from a top company describe what she looks for in job applicants and college graduates, and an educator will explain how he’s changing his coursework to focus on soft skills like collaboration, creative problem-solving, and persuasive communication to better prepare her students for the future workplace.
Tacy Trowbridge
Tacy Trowbridge
Former Educator and WW
Community Programs Lead
Lilia Tsalenko
Lilia Tsalenko
Senior Executive Talent Partner,
Box, Inc.
Stephen Marshall PhD
Stephen Marshall PhD
Chair and Associate Professor,
Department of Media
and Communication
East Tennessee State University
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