Webinar

Soft Skills & The Future of Online Education

with Samuel Cho

Webinar

Soft Skills & The Future of Online Education

with Samuel Cho

Overview

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💡An interactive discussion with Samuel Cho, Strategy & Operations Professional and Executive MBA Student at Cornell SC Johnson.

💡This is Part 3 of the SoftServe Presents Series for Educators. While there is great uncertainty amid the pandemic, we know one thing for sure: the future of work and learning is remote.

💡Soft skills like creativity, curiosity, and empathy have long been set aside to focus on the kind of skills that computers are already taking over. Samuel Cho is a Cornell SC Johnson Executive MBA student graduating next month. His program transitioned online in response to COVID-19. He is currently finishing his 2-year academic journey while working full time in New Ventures Strategy & Operations.

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