What WCRC Consultancy Offers


Public – Private Partnership approach in promoting STEAM-based career and entrepreneurship initiatives for underrepresented youth and young adults. Projects would encourage participants to use their innovative skills to contribute to the economic and cultural well-being of their communities.


Type of Services


  • Serve as an adviser to implement career and entrepreneurship- based curriculum for programs, foundations, and institutions that serve youth and young adults
  • Assist with monitoring legislative, funding, and private-public partnership activities that align with initiatives to measure effectiveness on a local, state, and federal level
  • Collaborate with elected officials, candidates, and policy researchers
  • Build rapport and working relationships with relevant stakeholders on behalf of practitioners to secure support and funding
  • Attend and participate in political/public policy workshops, hearings, and events

Professional Recruitment

  • Connect competitive professionals and entrepreneurs with potential interns, mentors, and qualified candidates
  • Expand partnerships between employers, entrepreneurs, practitioners, and policy leaders
  • Organize programs that will encourage young professionals and youth to use their talent in revitalization and community development projects

Career Advisement

  • Provide career advisement to students and young adults whom are seeking internship and/or entry-level opportunities
  • Organize career, education, and entrepreneurship fairs, events, and programs


  • Newsletters and white papers that educate public and fellow colleagues on topic


Why is Rebuild Talent Consultancy Unique?

  • Seeks increase involvement of high-level skilled private industries and entrepreneurs with public sector
  • Heavily target population whom are or will be most negatively impacted by gentrification, especially in inner cities
  • Focuses on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) careers and entrepreneurship that require anywhere between certifications to advanced degrees.
  • Encourage youth and young adults to use their talents to participate in decision making and projects in their communities
  • Ability to build relationships with policy leaders, employers, practitioners, and communities 
  • Heavily target programs, initiatives, and institutions that focus on participants between the ages of 5 – 26

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