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Financial Report
Assignment: Workforce Development

Since YEAR FOUNDED, my mission has been to help and empower my clients to overcome their most challenging obstacles and start living happier and healthier lifestyles. My extensive experience means that I'm fully equipped to guide, support and assist you in building the life you clearly deserve. As a certified Self-Development Coach, I aim to create a life balance that prioritizes your well-being and celebrates all aspects of your true self. It’s time to start nurturing your body and soul again—embrace the health!

Through a Lens of Cultural Experience

Recognized Voice in Equitable Workforce Practices
A wholehearted commitment to transparency can improve workforce development. Wholehearted means anyone concerned about the future of work will have to reimagine their role in action items and partnerships.

Faculty need to explicate career linkages, employers need to recognize there are multiple ways to demonstrate skill, and students need to learn how to calculate and articulate their value. Dr. Rawls is intentional in her dedication to these workforce development issues and only works with colleges and employers who are serious about making changes to practice. All reports come with action plans.

Dr. Rawls envisions a future where learner-workers are empowered to see themselves as active contributors to a society (and workforce) they co-create. This future will require a bold commitment to transparency. 
Self-awareness and (NOT OR) Skill Development
“…you're teaching them this kind of range of hybrid skills that lets them both understand who they are and understand what they're capable of.” Rawls, Chapter 8
​Increasing Student Engagement with Skills Match
Dr. Rawls shares how one institution uses a technical application to help students see themselves in the 'language' of job posting analytics.
What is Open Recognition and what does it have to do with workforce development?
Open Skills Network- Open Recognition Workgroup leaders discuss the importance of recognition systems. The work of this group is inspired by international Open Recognition principles and most are members of the Open Recognition Alliance.

Dr. Rawls works with organizations to answer important questions:
•How do we recognize the skill contribution of non-academic experiences in academic settings?
•Will quantifying the skills of first-generation students help decrease imposter syndrome or increase their sense of belonging?
• How can open recognition support credit for prior learning and credit for work experience development?
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