"I think at one point in our lives, we can relate to the story of not knowing, or not having everything figured out."

- Jessica Sarkisian (Rezzio Learning, Founder)


Our Mission

Why we exist

Why we exist

to ignite the passions of

students and realize their

impacts on the world by

providing them with skills,

habit, and awareness.


Why we exist

Why we exist

Why we exist

Rezzio Learning exists to

empower students, regardless

of  socioeconomic background,

to gain awareness of learning opportunities and experiences.


Our Team

Why we exist

Our Team

The Rezzio Learning team consists of mission-driven individuals who have dealt with career challenges

in their own life and aim to

make a change.

Why rezzio Learning?

The illusion of Perceived readiness

In a 2017 report published by Udemy, 78% of workers in a survey were found to believe they possessed "above-average skills on their current jobs." Despite the confidence that workers possess, many employers believe that young employees need more experience. 

66% of employers are unsatisfied

According to a report published in 2015 by The Economist, a majority of employers are unsatisfied with the skills that young employees possess. Using our interactive platform, students are able to get the most out of their experiences by tracking their progress, reflecting on learned skills and reinforcing their knowledge of the workplace.

The 1:1800 student/advisor ratio

In a 2016-2017 report published by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), the median college-student-to-career-advisor ratio nears 1:1800. Rezzio Learning allows career service advisors to automate the advising process by providing personalized meetings, organized student data and monitored progress all at the click of a button.

The Skills Gap

In a speech given by Joseph Fuller, a professor at Harvard Business school, he stated:

“Forty-nine percent of all terminations are attributed to deficient soft skills, which by a factor of 2x, is the number one reason workers are fired.” (WSJ)

Just as Fuller states, experiences and well-developed skills are imperative in the workplace. It is significant, then, college students and recent graduates are found to lack these essential skills in numerous reports. In our 2019/2020 case study, Rezzio looks to gain a deeper insight into this issue.

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