Creativity as a Marketable Skill - Fall Career Week 2020
From Michelle Winkelman
According to LinkedIn, creativity has been at the top of the list of employers’ most in-demand skills over the last two years. Irrespective of the industry, you can stand out among job candidates by showing that you can deliver original, innovative and unexpected ideas and solutions.
Join a panel discussion with a number of experts to examine how creativity is used in their fields and what they are looking for in new employees. You can also hear from a Herron professor about how an art and design education develops transferable skills, such as creative problem-solving, as well as academic advisors who will be available to address your questions about Herron’s elective courses and minor in art.
The panelists are:
- Mike Ficcara, graphic designer, Kirkpatrick Management Group
- Anita Giddings, senior lecturer and elective arts coordinator, Herron School of Art and Design
- Pamela Hacker, academic advisor, Herron School of Art and Design
- John Kirby, principal consultant, John Kirby Consulting
- Scott Watanabe, CEO, Legal Access Technologies, LLC, and attorney, Watanabe Law Group
Moderated by Adam Siurek, academic advisor, Herron School of Art and Design.