Per Scholas Partners with Indeed for Skill Connect to Promote Skills and Training Programs with Employers
Per Scholas is proud to announce a new partnership with Indeed for their new product, Skill Connect, to help job seekers without college degrees better promote their skills and completed training programs to potential employers.
“Skill Connect is a powerful tool, blazing the path for individuals to be evaluated based on their ability to excel with their skills, instead of relying on proxies for preparedness,” Per Scholas President and CEO Plinio Ayala reflected. “Per Scholas is proud to partner with Indeed on this innovative experience and looks forward to seeing positive impact among job seekers and companies alike.”
Read the full press release for this innovative tool here.
The battle between credentials and skills can be navigated through Indeed’s latest blog, which highlights overcoming barriers in the job application process.
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