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Employers are looking for candidates who possess skills that prepare them to make immediate contributions. In addition to a solid academic background, employers want you, as a university graduate, to have demonstrated ability in the following skill areas: Communication, Leadership, Teamwork, Technical and Interpersonal. These skills and traits are not exclusive to those who study a particular major, but can be developed by individuals in any major. So start now! Incorporate skill development into your academic experience. Take steps to make your career dreams become career realities. You can develop interpersonal skills in classes and experiences that emphasize human relationships and provide opportunities to interact with people. Here are some possibilities: CLASSES Look for classes that emphasize cultural awareness, communication skills, leadership development and human relationships Examples of course rubrics; this is not an inclusive list. • Agricultural Education (AGED) • Asian Am...