The Rise and Rosa University Work-study Programs
Work-study programs have existed for hundreds of years but they have fallen far short of their potential to create wealth for a self-funding system because they could not harness and or apply the leverage and power of the internet.
The Federal government supports work-study programs at many universities. Wikipedia says, “The Federal Work Study Program helps students earn financial funding through a part-time work program. The funds can be used at one of approximately 3,400 institutions across the country that participate in the program. …. The program is based on financial need and students must be accepted into the program to qualify.”
The Tuskegee Institute provided a work-study program to slaves freed after the American Civil War. And, today, many generations later Tuskegee continues to educate African Americans in great numbers.
The work-study innovation of the Rosa University system affords the indigenous Baha’is of the Americas the dignity of self-funding their own education and illumination through the establishment of a transformative university system.
This is the internet age and the work-study programs of Rise provide an affordable means of infusing its student with professional skills that enables them to make a living at home on the internet from anywhere in the world, and, at the same time, trains young American Indian Baha’is how to become internet startup entrepreneurs and create their own enterprises.
The question is can a group of young Alaska Natives and American Indian Baha’is with no prior experience create the internet properties and circumstances that produce such an overwhelming windfall of profits that it can pay for the establishment and operation of the entire Rosa University system throughout the Americas for generations?
Yes. The answer is it has been done by people of other races who began with little or no experience, so young American Indian Baha’is with a comprehensive hands-on training can innovate and invent scalable internet properties that will produce value for the global internet community. So whether the objectives are met after one, two, or three Founding Classes of Rise a river of wealth sufficient to establish and sustain the Rosa University system will eventually the produced and rain the amens to do so upon Rise. So, the answer is, “Yes.”
To think it is impossible, or too risky to try, or to place any limitation on the ability of the Creator to do whatsoever He willth is to disavow what largely inexperienced Baha’is of all races and nations have done across the planet to date with little more than a desire to serve and a will to carry out objectives, and, in addition, it places limits on what can be achieved through the application of the genius of the very people who Abdu’l-Baha hails as those who “… will become so illumined as to enlighten the whole world.”
Yes. The answer is “Yes” the innovative work-study programs of Rise, and, also, thereafter, the entire Rosa University system and the application of its overarching vision of service, and the global reach of the internet, can be a mighty tool for the indigenous Baha’is of the Americas to blossom and achieve their destiny.
This claim can be tested in the real world by funding Rise and giving young Alaska Native Baha’is and American Indian Baha’is the opportunity to achieve it. Those who fund Rise will be known forever as the Founders of Rise and Rosa University and will be entitled to an Investor Remuneration.