Work Smart, Not Hard
Bryan Elliot, CEO, GoodBrain Digital Studios
September 30, 2013
“Work Smart, Not Hard” was a poster that young Mike Rowe saw when he was just beginning his acting career. It featured a smiling young man on the left with a diploma who represented “smart” and another young man on the right with a wrench representing “hard.” Should he go to college, get some paper and join the rat race or head to trade school and get a job that required “hard” work? Read More...
Mike Rowe talks about the importance of SkillsUSA and career and technical education programs in general to America’s future. Mike was the keynote speaker at the Opening Ceremony of SkillsUSA’s 2013 National Leadership and Skills Conference in Kansas City, Mo.
Watch Mike as he provides an inside look from the 49th annual National Leadership and Skills Conference—an event Rowe called a ‘celebration’. The conference offers career and technical education students the opportunity to showcase their talents.
The program airs various times so check your local listings.
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