Life Skills Network

While one generation struggles to cope with the increasing pace and change of everyday life and the other generation knows their success is a result of having developed individual emotional awareness and the design of family support, the result is the formal design of a program of life skills.

 

Osiris Technology Pathways and North Hennepin Community College (NHCC) have compatible life skills programming missions which seek to provide services that assist adult learners with building skills on three levels: personal, academic and in workforce development. We would like to thank NHCC and their Diversity and Equity Leadership Program for their Life Skills partnership.

 

IF YOUR SCHOOL IS INTERESTED in our College Life Skills and Workforce Development Program and services, please contact Neda Kellogg at successfullyconnected@gmail.com.

 

College


The college/young adult Life Skills designed programming is for interested learners seeking to form currently unknown or known life and career areas into accomplishments which includes the learners’ input into tools and techniques that will meet their needs. 

 

Osiris Technology Pathways Life Skills programming includes: onsite, one-hour (1) monthly workshops designed in collaboration with students while business professionals join as guest speakers per workshop topics. 

 

Services includes: 

Workshops on-site hep improve confidence and job performance, increase the quality of work, independence, productivity, and efficiency.

Workshop Topics Include:

  • Vision Mapping
  • My Bottom Line Number - Financial Literacy in the Real World
  • Internships & Mentors - The Importance of a Support Team
  • Resumes & Me - How to Put Your Best Food Forward
  • Radical Self Care - The Importance of Evolving

Accountability Coaching & Mentoring allows students the ability to connect with a variety of experienced professionals.  Our professional mentors help students define their goals and develop life plans that work best for them.


Job Placement upon completing our workshops allow participants the opportunity to work with local businesses to provide potential employers the finest professionals to work with and are in line with their needed training experience and expectations.

 
Post-Secondary Scholarships in the amount of $250 provide participants in the Osiris Technology Pathways a hand-up as they attend post secondary institutions, trade schools or certification programs

 

Workforce Development

The College Life Skills strategy brings together both the hard and soft skills career readiness programming in an environment where learners can practice envisioning their future goals and aspirations.   

 

Goals and aspirations are then defined based on the “skills gap” employers say are needed. 'Success in' and 'completion of' workshops with on-site help to improve confidence and job performance, increase the quality of work, independence, productivity and efficiency is then evaluated. 

 

OSIRIS TECHNOLOGY PATHWAYS NORTH HENNEPIN COMMUNITY COLLEGE WORKSHOP 2018-2019


SEPTEMBER 18, 2018

Workshop 1 – Here I Am

What is my vision for my life? Am I being honest with myself and truly going after my happiness through goal setting?

Facilitators:  Neda Kellogg

 

OCTOBER 16, 2018

Workshop 2 - My Liberation Number

How to prepare and look forward to my financial life once I earn my degree.

Guest Speaker:

Isaiah Goodman

 

NOVEMBER 20, 2018

Workshop 3 – My Liberation Number

How to prepare and look forward to my financial life once I earn my degree.

Guest Speakers: 

Isaiah Goodman

 

DECEMBER 11, 2018

Workshop 4 – Bridge Gapping

The rise of self-esteem that comes with being empowered by finding my own internships?

Guest Speaker:

Laura Miller, Best Buy Corporation

 

January 15, 2019

Workshop 5 – Being Your Best Self

How to build my language knowledge in job fields I am interested in. Cultural capital and how to make it work for me.

Guest Speaker:

Oswald Cline-Cole, Travelers Insurance 

Kenny Kalejaiye, Thomson Reuters


FEBRUARY 19, 2019

Workshop 6 – Preparation for the Real World

How do I leverage my expertise and skills before I graduated. How do I not sell myself short.

Guest Speaker: Jaton Johnson

 

MARCH 19, 2019

Workshop 7 – Reflection Workshop

Taking a moment to breath and discuss if there is anything specific the participants would like to experience.

Facilitator: Neda Renee

 

APRIL 16, 2019

Workshop 8 – Nutrition Maybe!

Guest Speaker:  TBD

 

May 19, 2019

Workshop 9 - Celebration!

Reflect, celebrate and surveys