Reboot Your Career
The Reboot Your Career program is designed to support workers who may be unemployed due to COVID-19 to re-train for available jobs on high-wage career pathways. Governor John Bel Edwards prioritized federal CARES Act funding for this critical initiative, which is available now.
Interested in taking advantage of Reboot online? Virtual classes are available in: Construction, Medical Assistant, Medical Records and Health IT, Pharmacy Tech, Computer Network Support, Information Security, Web Developer, Manufacturing, Architectural and Civil Drafting, and more!
Delgado Community College
At Delgado Community College, the state’s largest college by enrollment and a key player in economic development for New Orleans and southeast Louisiana since 1921, the Reboot Your Career efforts will be spearheaded by the Workforce Development and Technical Education team.Learn More
Northshore Technical Community College
Northshore Technical Community College will be offering workforce development courses through the Reboot Louisiana program. Each will be a 12-week course and will be at no cost to Louisiana residents who have NOT taken a course through the Reboot Louisiana program previously. Those successfully completing the courses will earn the NCCER Core certification.Learn More
Nunez Community College
Nunez Community College’s Workforce Division is offering four classes at free or reduced cost through the Louisiana Community and Technical College System’s Reboot Your Career Program.
To register, CLICK HERE and complete the application process. You will need the Course Registration Number (CRN) which is listed with each class.Learn More
River Parishes Community College
River Parishes is proud to be a part of the REBOOT YOUR CAREER initiative! We offer programs from Allied Health to Truck Driving to help our residents get back to work. Courses available for reduced or no tuition are listed online.
Once you select River Parishes Community College as your College of Interest, select one occupation of interest to be eligible for Reboot Tuition Assistance.Learn More
GNO, Inc.’s receives $950k grant from EDA
The U.S. Economic Development Administration is investing nearly $1m over the next 3 years in GNOu, GNO, Inc.’s demand-driven workforce development program.