Students can have a more satisfying career if they are given opportunities like Science Research, student-organized classes, and strong internship programs because they teach real world skills, expose students to potential work environments, and foster passion. Students will be better able to apply their knowledge, learn public speaking and professional skills, and develop grit.
Employers will value those who can generate original ideas and innovate. These are two skills are developed in the experimental design aspect of Science Research; every student’s research has to be original and cannot have been performed before. Student-organized classes indirectly teach students leadership and organizational skills because they have to lead the class. Plus, the concept of forming a new class teaches the students that there are benefits to creating opportunities for yourself and others, a valuable skill for achievement in the workplace.