Our Soft Skills program consists of different career pathways, such as Carpentry and EMT.
Participants in the program will develop work skills, obtain certifications, and work with community partners.
Our workshops assist candidates with building resumes, conducting mock interviews, and learning how to dress for success.
To date, we have a partnership with the Carpenter’s Union and are establishing partnerships and career pathways with Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs), Information Technology, and the airline industry.
Learn what soft skills are and how to develop soft skills.
What qualities do employers seek in new hires?
The three "R's" (reading, writing, and math) are still essential for every employee to be able to do their job duties, but business experts claim that "soft" skills are even more crucial for job readiness.
Among these abilities are:
Employers have cited the following qualities as essential to a job seeker's success.
Here at BoBCAT we offer a variety of workshops from Resume Building to
We want to provide our participants with the skillset to be able to perform at their highest potential.
Construction workers perform a variety of general construction tasks during all phases of a project, such as: tearing down buildings, removing hazardous materials, and laying concrete or asphalt. Construction workers typically love working with their hands and will use a variety of tools to complete the job.
Job Areas: Carpenter, Electrician, Welder, or Iron-worker
There’s a great need for EMT’s right now and we’re helping you secure that opportunity.
An Emergency Medical Technician cares for patients at the scene of an incident and while taking patients by ambulance to a hospital. An EMT has the skills to assess a patient's condition and to manage respiratory, cardiac, and trauma emergencies.
Job Areas: Emergency Medical Responder (EMR), Emergency Medical Technician (EMT), Advanced EMT (AEMT), and Paramedic
Hear testimonies from participants who successfully completed our Soft Skills Program. It's never too late to learn a set of skills that will help you build a foundation toward your career goals.