SCORE, formerly known as Service Corp of Retired Executives, began working with Quazi Rockstar in 2011 on the Mentoring Methodology project handling development and launch of the online training program used to certify SCORE’s 13,000 volunteer mentors nationwide. The program launched at the end of 2011 and is considered to be one of the most successful technological launches in SCORE history. Mentoring Methodology was so effective it earned an honorable mention at the 2012 White House Champions of Changes event.

In 2012 SCORE extended Quazi Rockstar’s contract to manage the development of their new website while overseeing new social media, email, and success story marketing initiatives. Upon completion of the website in 2013 Quazi Rockstar left SCORE with a best practices manual for the marketing initiatives started and utilized their mentoring service to launch a small business, Nerdageddon.