Corporate Skill-Seeking Survey

Thank you for your interest in Teach to Work and the research and studies we do here! Whether you are an employer, human resources officer, entrepreneur, career counselor, or educator, we want to hear from you. We will use these results to study trends and opinions in project-based mentorship, and we will report on what we learn.

The following questions relate to what corporations may be seeking from their applicant pool. At the end of the survey, we have included a section where you can leave your contact information if you would like us to follow up with you. This contact information is strictly optional, and will be kept anonymous and never shared with third parties if completed.

When your company is in an interview process, what is its wish list for skills?
If you could speak directly to educators, what skills sets would you like to have taught?
What industry are you in?
In the following four questions, please assume you are a member of the corporate hiring staff, interviewing a young adult coming out of college. Please be as specific as possible.

What communication skills are you seeking at your company?
What critical thinking skills are you seeking at your company?
What creativity skills are you seeking at your company?
What collaboration skills are you seeking at your company?
Has your company ever considered a mentorship program? If not, please provide a reason.
Have you ever personally considered being a mentor? Why or why not?
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