- Dealing with people of diverse cultures, making allowances for differences in customs and beliefs.
- Providing insight to social problems by supplying information as to how problems, such as aging or bereavement, are dealt with in other cultures.
- Interviewing people to obtain information about their attitudes, customs, and beliefs.
- Using statistics and computer science to analyze data.
- Adapting approaches used in public relations, marketing, or politics to different population groups.
- Working cooperatively with others, adapting to varied conditions.
- Appraising, classifying, and cataloguing valuable items.
- Designing and lighting attractive displays.
- Preserving objects, such as costumes and documents by selecting chemical treatment, temperature, humidity; refurbishing antiques.
- Drawing maps and constructing models to scale.
- Photographing sites, objects, people, and occasions.
- Interpreting or translating.
- Using scientific equipment and measuring instruments.
- Analyzing craft techniques.
- Demonstrating ethnic arts; for example, singing folk songs or preparing ethnic foods.
Source: College, Knowledge and Jobs
SUNY-CDO Collaborative Effort Committee