Our Principles

First impressions matter
An employer’s first impression of a job seeker should be based on their qualifications, not what they look like, where they come from, or their social connections.
Data should make life better
New data standards, such as the Comprehensive Learner Record, hold the power to transform the way employers identify talent, and the way people value and understand their own abilities and worth.
Resumes need to be more equitable
The quality of one’s resume should not come from access to career coaching but instead the depth of one’s abilities. Digital credentials hold the power to unlock a more equitable future.