On one of our most recent town halls, Next Generation Learning Goals: What Should Students Know we focused much of the conversation on skills frameworks, portraits of a graduate and conversations about the VUCA future. We also discussed that when learners develop skills, they simultaneously need to develop the confidence to articulate their strengths and areas for improvement to aid the job interview process. Skillsline helps to bridge this gap by supporting young people in developing job-ready skills
Used by Jobs for America’s Graduates- Louisiana (JAG-LA), the platform offers a scaffolded learning experience, grounded in learning and behavioral science that teaches students the essential human skills they need for workforce success. With an engaging mobile-first learning platform, Skillsline meets learners where they are, lifting the burden from facilitators.
Courtney Reilly launched Skillsline in 2020 after six years leading the ASU+GSV Summit. Reilly also spent four years leading growth initiatives for Phyllis Lockett at LEAP Innovations in Chicago.
While other startups were accepting big venture checks in the gogo days of ‘21 (and are now saddled with ridiculous valuations), Reilly and co-founder Chris…