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Six Feet Skills

SIX FEET SKILLS

Preparing young people for rapidly changing workforce

Quarantine has left young people with far too much free time on their hands. We provide an opportunity to use that time PRODUCTIVELY to learn hard and soft skills that prepare you for college and the workforce!

SIX FEET SKILLS

Covid-19 has caused us to look inwards on the sustainability of our infrastructures.

Our current pandemic has yielded even more uncertainty with the future of our economy, as well as the skills necessary towards properly navigating our workforce. Six Feet Skills aims to ease that uncertainty by guiding young people towards the skills that are truly needed for the future of work.

More than one-third of the skills we believe are essential for today's workforce will have changed according to the Future of Jobs Report from the World Economic Forum. Through our resources, you can start acquiring the skills that you will NEED to  succeed in the future workplace.

 

There is a glaring need for young people to evaluate what's truly needed for employment in 2030, according to the World Economic Forum.

Building tangible skills during a time of uncertainty.

 

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Our Research Process

What's the problem?

Our current pandemic has yielded even more uncertainty with the future of our economy, as well as the skills necessary towards properly navigating our workforce. Six Feet Skills aims to ease that uncertainty by guiding young people towards the skills that are truly needed for the future of work.

More than one-third of the skills we believe are essential for today's workforce will have changed according to the Future of Jobs Report from the World Economic Forum. Through our resources, you can start acquiring the skills that you will NEED to  succeed in the future workplace.

What's our solution?

Through our website, young people are given the opportunity to develop the skills necessary for our workforce in 2030 and beyond. We provide instructional videos, articles, and resources to do so. 

  • Through our website, young people are able to visit a platform that centralizes information and resources for developing skills.

  • We will be compile online courses recommended by Benza. These courses provide instruction in developing skills that include coding languages, and design applications.

  • This curation website will also be updated regularly with newly recommended for the future workforce cited from top employers, companies, and colleges. 

Current efforts?

  • EDX is providing courses for free revolving around growth in skills useable to be successful. https://www.edx.org/ 

  • Six Feet Skills  aims to prepare students for the displacement to middle-wage jobs resulting from the age of automation.

  • We aim to provide opportunities for students to develop skills in order to ensure that they can be hired for a job, especially considering the uncertainty of our economy. 

What's our strategy?

What's our vision?

At a glance

- Shaun Thomas, Co-Founder

As a student during the COVID-19 pandemic, it is really frustrating to know I cannot go back to school. However, as a lifelong learner, I believe this time is a great chance to learn and explore the rest of the world that I have never seen before. My fellow peers and I have a new opportunity to learn useful skills to use for our futures. This platform is the perfect way to get started!

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As a student looking to discover my academic and career pathway, I aspire to learn about what interests me and who I will soon become. The global pandemic has revealed new opportunities of learning useful skills in this day and age. This revelation had proved to be an opportunity to build upon myself and my fellow classmates.

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- Curtis Lee, Co-Founder

Contact

23310 Cinema Dr #105

Santa Clarita, CA 91355-0833

+1 (661) 505-3727

Mon - Fri 9am - 5pm

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