How it Works
We know the best way to engage students is to make it fun.

SoftServe gamifies the development of soft-skills by asking students our two core questions: Who Cares, and Why? These simple questions allow students to think beyond their own experiences, empowering them to understand other perspectives. This builds and strengthens the most crucial foundational soft-skill. Empathy.

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SoftServe is a customizable game built on the foundations of Design Thinking and Social Emotional Learning (SEL).

Developed to tackle problems that are ill-defined and unknown by using non-linear thinking and problem solving, Design Thinking is a powerful method used by schools such as Stanford, Harvard, and Cornell University. Social-Emotional Learning (SEL), is a holistic model that allows for students to develop healthy identities, manage emotions, and achieve both personal and collective goals.

In only 5-minutes a day, turn your students into soft-skills superheroes.

At its core, SoftServe is


Educators are able to implement their curriculum seamlessly into the SoftServe framework

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By gamifying empathy and curiosity, students are more willing to engage with the material and core questions.



SoftServe is available to every student. The Soft-Skills Revolution should not be hidden behind a paywall.

Soft-Skills For a Brighter Future.

The benefits of early soft-skills education goes beyond the student. Soft-skills build better communities, healthier relationships, and brighter futures.

  • Soft-skills decrease dropout rates by almost 12%
  • Soft-skills training increases productivity and retention in the workplace by 12%
  • 79% of employers say soft-skills are the most important qualities for job success
  • Early soft-skills education builds resiliency and confidence

For College

Did you know many post-secondary institutions now look for soft-skills as admittance qualifiers, and not just grades alone? In just 5-minutes, your students can develop in-demand soft-skills to land them in their dream university.

For Career

A study from Boston College, Harvard University, and the University of Michigan found that soft-skill training such as communication and problem solving, boosts productivity and retention in the workplace by 12 percent, and delivers a 250 percent return on investment based on higher productivity and retention.

And Beyond

The adoption of soft-skills doesn’t just prepare students for their future careers. Early soft-skills education builds resiliency and gives students the confidence and skills needed to take on real-world problems, stresses, and complex emotional problems.

But Don’t Just Take It From Us

Here’s what the experts have to say

Dr.Laura Flaxman

“These aren’t just soft-skills. These are the foundational skills that make life doable, workable, and enjoyable,”

Dr. Laura Flaxman,
Principal of Shenzhen American International School and Harvard Education Alum.

Samuel C

“People with stronger soft-skills are typically better at communicating, especially during difficult times. This is where true leadership emerges. Josh Bursin said it best: soft-skills are power-skills,”

Samuel C,
Strategy and Operations Professional and Executive MBA Student at Cornell SC Johnson.

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