Explorers benefit from learning many career-related skills. While those are extremely helpful as they continue on their career path, there are other skills Explorers are able to put to use right away.
- Time Management Skills – Explorers participate in their posts outside of school and other school activities. Homework, school activities, and post meetings all need a place in an Explorers life, and the skill of balancing these activities leads to balancing an even fuller schedule when adults.
- Self-Confidence – Explorers build confidence as they successfully participate in activities they could be doing in their future careers.
- Social Skills – Explorers with all different backgrounds come together with a common career interest. Explorers learn how to relate to others and find common interests outside of school.
- Respect – Exploring advisors provide the learning experiences to Explorers as volunteers. Explorers realize that the more respect they show their leaders, the more activities and information they can learn.