Carolyn Howle Outlaw wins UCC Works Employability Star Award

Congratulations to Carolyn Howle Outlaw the 2021 UCC Works Employability Star Awardee
A deserving candidate who has shown incredible #dedication to her role with UCC Archaeology Society and during her UCC Works Internship last year. Through engaging with her chosen activities/ initiatives, Carolyn has developed exceptional #employabilityskills
To win this award a student needs to achieve three UCC Works Awards over two years and illustrate growth in their employability skills. 

Carolyn has received two UCC Works Awards for her roles with the Archaeology Society and one for a short internship (40 hours over two semesters) she completed with UCC Career Services in 2019. 

About the award:
This award was the first Higher Award designed by UCC Works to recognise students who stand out in their employability skills development. These skills are the core of what hiring managers wish to see exemplified in new employees. They are transferable skills including, but not limited to: communication, teamwork, critical thinking and problem solving, self-management, organisation, and, in today's world, technological awareness. The student who qualifies for a UCC Works Higher Award and exemplifies growth in employability skills will be awarded the Employability Star Award.

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