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Hocking College Success Skills

Success Skills and You

The Hocking College Success Skills are general, education outcomes needed on the job, at home and in the community. They are work and life skills, behaviors and attitudes that all students need to develop. Each Hocking program and discipline integrates the success skills into the curriculum and courses.

Success Skills address the areas that employers identify are needed to be successful in your career. Employers rank these skills as most important in obtaining and keeping a job as well as advancing or seeking promotions.

Hocking College is committed to helping you develop the Success Skills in classes, labs and field experiences, as well as in co-curricular activities.

The Job and You

Once you obtain a job, local, state, regional and national employers agree that your performance in the Success Skills will help you:

  • Keep your job
  • Increase your learning power
  • Increase the number of career opportunities available to you
  • Be a life-long learner

Success Skills

Communicates Effectively
Demonstrates Math Skills
Demonstrates Learning Critical Thinking, and Problem Solving Skills
Maintains Professional Skills and Attitudes
Practices Human Relations Skills
Knowledge of Science and the Environment
Maintains a Code of Ethics
Community, Cultural and Global Awareness