Rezzio assists students in their journey to become career ready. Our mission is for every student to have a place where they can track, manage, and develop their skills and experiences. Rezzio personalizes student pathways and tasks students with what they need to do toward becoming career ready.
On Rezzio, university career service departments will have a platform where they can attend to and advise students on their career goals. Our mission is for advisors to have a tool where they can manage EVERY student and their career goals. Rezzio makes the national average of 1 college career advisor to 3,000 students manageable.
Rezzio is a platform that offers support to students as they transition from classroom to career. Rezzio's software measures students' current skill level and offers difference tasks and experiences to increase those skills. At the end of the program, a student have skill competences companies are looking for and a database showcasing how they gained those competences.
Students are not graduating with the skills employers are
looking for in applicants. Employers and students do not feel as confident in their career skills upon graduation.
In 2017, 66.5% of employers say they currently had open positions they can not fill due to the skills gap.
(Career Builder Survey)
Rezzio's core belief is that through skills development, students feel more career ready. Rezzio organizes and manages students' skill competencies and the experiences that developed those skills on a profile.
Our technology tracks and manages students' profile and their accomplishments. Rezzio works with students to translate their profile to a resume, application, or employer recruitment websites.
"Rezzio helped me realize what skills I had and worked with me to strengthen them. After taking the questionnaire, I became self aware of my potential not only as a student, but as an aspiring journalist."
Computer Science Major
"I not only saw improvement in my responses, but I also learned more about myself. At first I was unsure about who I was, then after answering the questions, I now have a much better idea of where my career path will take me."