We stand by our goal to empower, not just provide.
There are an estimated 20 million undergraduate students enrolled at universities and colleges as of fall 2016. However, not all universities cater to the professional needs of its students, let alone have career services. RÉZO's purpose is to fill that gap, especially for those entering directly into the workforce after high school or at community colleges and universities with limited resources.
At RÉZO, our goal is to empower students to be confident with their resume and interview skills. The resume is just the beginning of a student's career, and our coaching focuses specifically on college students to help them navigate their personal journeys to be successful in whatever endeavors they may seek. The journey will be tough, but the challenge is what makes the success worthwhile.
At RÉZO, our mission is to:
Provide strategic coaching catered to your specific needs
Help you navigate the career placement process
Offer affordable prices to undergraduates for a superb service
What we offer:
Detailed rubrics outlining how to update your resume or cover letters
Services for students and professionals at different stages in their careers
Extensive review to enable you to not make the same mistake
With RÉZO, our goal is to help you find your purpose and build a confident and professional brand to secure the opportunities you seek. It is our mission to provide a fulfilling coaching experience to students and professionals who do not have access to career services.
Our credo is intentional and purposeful for all of our customers.
We offer various plan options to suit anyone's needs from simple editing to an in-depth consultation.
RÉZO is comprised of three young, ambitious Penn State alumni with a passion to help develop other young professionals. Kenny, Kalyn and Fuad came up with the idea of RÉZO, a career services destination, after realizing the dire need for a focus in professional and personal development of college students, outside of traditional classroom training.
— Kalyn Flournoy, CEO