myYaro is the world’s largest externship practical work service platform for students and learners. This is Skills4Industry certified trade pathways experiential education marketplace for the Edge and Gantry programs. A Situated Learning support orchestration platform that ensures learning is provided using processes similar to those students will encounter in their destinations.
With over 3.6 million integrative competence concepts of capabilities and their application across all occupations data, we built a peer-to-peer AI-powered Edge LearningLog technology to help students capture daily activities and measure their applied skills. MyYaro plus the LearningLog and other pieces of Skills4Industry data-driven technologies help students dynamically apply their integrative competencies across occupations. We guarantee within-the-hour response time in most cases in countries we operate. If the job can be done over the Internet our response is in real-time to ensure we are accessible 24/7 from anywhere on the planet.
Our goal is to be your Namu anywhere you need equipment installation, repairs, maintenance, language learning, meeting assistants, online meeting skills benchmarks, and technology solutions. Skills4Industry organizes the world’s competencies and makes them available to you to perform tasks across all occupations.
Students typically find MyYaro as their answer when they have questions like these:
- “I’m torn between a couple of different fields or opportunities, and I don’t know how to decide”
- “I feel like I should be planning my career goals, where do I start?”
- “What should I do with my summer?”
- “I want to study abroad, but I don’t think I can fit it in with my major/pre-med/engineering curriculum because of money”
- “I love this major, but I don’t know what I can do with it career wise”
- “Everybody around me is talking about getting involved in research, but I don’t actually know what that means”
- “People skills is important to all career paths, how do I improve my communication skills to become a better doctor, engineer or data scientist?”