Top Pro & Con Arguments
Young adults learn interpersonal skills in college.
Students have the opportunity to interact with other students and faculty, to join student organizations and clubs, and to take part in discussions and debates. According to Arthur Chickering’s “Seven Vectors” student development theory, “developing mature interpersonal relationships” is one of the seven stages students progress through as they attend college.Students ranked “interpersonal skills” as the most important skill used in their daily lives in a 1994 survey of 11,000 college students. Vivek Wadhwa, MBA, technology entrepreneur and scholar, states, “American children party . But you know something, by partying, they learn social skills. They learn how to interact with each other…They develop skills which make them innovative. Americans are the most innovative people in the world because of the education system.” Read More