Before high school students walk off the graduation stage, they must understand:
Why? Employers and college admissions teams need young people to arrive with strong communication on skill (ex: email etiquette and phone etiquette).
Rubin makes it happen through an innovative mix of activities based on work-based learning scenarios. Students love the material because it’s tangible and relevant to their lives.
Drew Coffin works on his “storytelling” cover letter (a clear example of his work ethic) inside the Rubin Emerge online curriculum. As a high school senior in Haxtun, Colorado, Drew used the cover letter in his application to Colorado School of Mines, a top-tier engineering school. Drew was accepted and is now on campus studying robotics.
Say hello to Rubin Emerge, a 100% online program viewable on any size device with activities aligned with state standards for employability skills. The program draws upon Rubin material to provide writing and speaking lessons for email etiquette, the job search, entrepreneurship and leadership.
Students will gain a clear edge as they look for employment, seek scholarships and apply to college. Why? Because in here, students learn by doing.
Rubin material is supported by the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE).
To gain an edge, Melanie's teacher used Rubin Emerge to prepare her students for public speaking and other employability skills.