America Has Talent: Leveraging Aptitudes to Build a Stronger Workforce

Philip Hardin, CEO and Co-Founder, YouScience March 20, 2018 – Center for Education and Workforce TAKEAWAYS – America may have a skills gap, but we don’t have a talent gap. We must help students explore their aptitudes. Despite historically low unemployment and a growing economy, hiring skilled workers remains a challenge in many of our nation’s key…

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Philip Hardin, CEO and Co-Founder, YouScience

Center for Education and Workforce Philip Hardin is CEO of YouScience, a one-of-a-kind career discovery profile designed to help students better understand their natural abilities, broaden awareness of career opportunities, and make more informed decisions about their individual pathway from education to career. Prior to helping found YouScience, Mr. Hardin helped transform a small technology…

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YouScience Helps Bartow Students Map Out Careers

The tool is free to all Georgia public high school students this year. By News Desk, News Partner | Jan 25, 2018 2:12 pm ET From the Bartow County School System: What are you going to be when you grow up? It’s a question parents have asked their children for years and believe it or not,…

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Metro Schools hosts ninth annual career fair for high school students

Engineering, video game development, veterinary medicine; these are just some of the career aspirations of Metro Schools students who attended the ninth annual My Future. My Way. Career Exploration Fair. More than 6,000 high school freshmen from 22 MNPS schools, including magnet, charter and the 12 largest neighborhood schools, gathered at the Music City Center on…

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Georgia Group Creates Innovative Recruiting Partnership

December 6, 2017 By: Scott Dailey Original article: Engineering News-Record Mike Dunham couldn’t help noticing. Handing out safety awards to construction supervisors at a ceremony in Georgia, he saw more gray hair than at a classical music concert. Dunham, chief executive officer of the Associated General Contractors’ Georgia chapter, did some digging into demographics. Of…

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Nashville schools looks to YouScience program to connect freshman to careers

Jason Gonzales, USA TODAY NETWORK – Tennessee Published 8:00 a.m. CT Nov. 27, 2017 Whites Creek High School freshman Aaliyah Cartwright has her heart set on being an anesthesiologist. The possibility of any other career for the 14-year-old, however, wasn’t a topic of discussion until she recently took a test on a Nashville-based company’s online program that helps…

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YouScience Receives Strong Support From Education And Government Leaders.

Georgia Public High School students can now access YouScience, at no cost to the local schools or students, as part of the state’s workforce development initiative August 25, 2017 08:00 AM Eastern Daylight Time ATLANTA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The Georgia Department of Education and the Technical College System of Georgia have entered into a new partnership with YouScience,…

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Georgia Selects YouScience Aptitude Based Career Guidance

By Ty Tagami – The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Friday, August 25, 2017 Teenagers everywhere struggle with a gnawing question: Should I be a doctor or a dentist, a policeman or a pilot, a mathematician or a musician? The lucky few seem to know the answer before they’re old enough to walk to school alone, but many…

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GSBA Panel Discussion

This Friday, 12/4, at 11:15a our CEO Philip Hardin along with Randall Redding of R. K. Redding Construction, Inc., Senator Lindsey Tippins and Dr. Gene Bottoms of Southern Regional Education Board will be on a panel at the ‪#‎GRBA‬ conference in Atlanta. Topic will be ‘Helping Students Reveal Their Paths to Success’. If you’re at…

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