Dr. Styles Academic Solutions and Recovery
Helping Organizations Develop And Implement Educational Programs. GED Credentials for degrees and Workforce Training.
Academic Solutions and Recovery.
Assessments, Remediation, and Academic Strategic Planning
Is Your Organization Interested In Implementing a GED or other Educational Programs... Contact us.. Let Us Help You Take the Next Step!
Is your organization looking to establish an educational program to assist learners in obtaining their GED or other credentials to enter post-secondary and workforce training? Then let Theresa Styles, PhD spearhead your program. Dr. Styles provides educational consulting to organizations. Her support network includes implementation, training and development, collaborative networking with IT, and strategic staffing recruitment. Let Dr. Styles help your organization take the next step!
Her proven record of success includes:
- Spearheaded and implemented the first adult education pilot program, and virtual classroom within a Michigan Works employment center in Oakland County and second in the state of Michigan.
- o The GED Preparatory Program resulted in a 95% success rate since its commencement within the Oakland County Community and over 50% of the accomplished learners have pursued post-secondary education or job education training.
- o The National Career Readiness Certificate/WorkKeys Program has over a 98% success rate. 133 registered participants received their National Career Readiness Certificate (NCRC) credential.
- o The success of the program resulted in Michigan Works/JobLink Service Center spearheading an alternative education program within the city of Pontiac.
- Developed and organized a specialized and innovative outreach partnership program with local nonprofits to provide educational and training services to nontraditional and “at-risk” learners within the Oakland County community.
• Michigan Works/JobLink Service Center
• Michigan Rehabilitation Services
• Catholic Social Services
• Community Network Services-Vision Clubhouse
• Pontiac Housing Commission– Self Sufficiency Program
• Point Vocational Services
•Church Alliance Partnership Program
In the last two decades the United States has experienced a dramatic change in the nature of its workforce. The weak global economy has created catastrophic consequences for many states with ensuing layoffs and job losses. To remedy the problem, the United States economy is transforming into a society that demands new skills, knowledge, and credentials from its labor force. Through adaptation and innovation, the country’s 21st-century plan is to prepare, attract, and retain skilled workers. The initiative demands a workforce that is both highly educated and highly skilled. Due to changes in economy, workers without a high school diploma or postsecondary education can no longer expect to hold a family-sustaining job. In a presentation at the WorkKeys National Conference, Stover DeRocco (2009), President of the Manufacturing Institute Workforce Division, reported that approximately 80% of U.S. producers cannot find educated skilled workers for their entry-level jobs. Additionally, each year 1.2 million young citizens drop out of high school and are educationally unprepared for work or for post- secondary education. Consequently, these adults with low education and skill levels are more likely to live in poverty and to receive government assistance. read more
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