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Published on: May 24, 2018
Who is ReBoot Accel for?
Women who have been out of the paid workforce for more than 2 years.
While we were away, the work world changed. Social media, shared drives and new workplace tech tools can be confusing and overwhelming. What’s a ‘like’ versus a ‘share’ versus a ‘tweet’? And how does one interview via Skype, Zoom, or Google Hangouts? Developing an understanding of these technologies and cultivating a growth mindset are key to a successful reentry. ReBoot Accel is designed to do just this.
Whether you have been out two years or twenty, most women participating in ReBoot Accel programs are interested in returning to or creating some type of paid work, full or part-time, in the for-profit or non-profit sectors. Others have recently taken jobs and are polishing their workplace skills, and some are in discernment and preparing to step out in a new direction. All are welcome and add to the vitality of the ReBoot Accel experience.
Why this program?
There is value and fun in learning current technologies in-person or online with other supportive women who are on a similar path. Learn shortcuts and new features in products, and get introduced to technologies and trends. More importantly, e|meet and share stories and job search strategies with great engaged women who are at a similar stage in life and are actively exploring their next step through the ReBoot Accel communities.
What will I learn?
Workshop content changes frequently to meet current market needs and job opportunities. See IN-PERSON section of the website to check out what’s available and most meaningful in your market.
What computer do I need for the program?
You will need an up-to-date laptop and a laptop charger for ReBoot Accel programs. 80% of our participants use Apple laptops, but the majority of the material we will teach you can be used on a PC as well. If you do not have access to a laptop, please email [email protected] and we can arrange a loaner. We don’t want anything to get in the way of your successful career reentry.
What's the difference between your program offerings?
ReBoot Accel offers a suite of training and placement programs to help women land jobs and return to the workplace.
ReBoot Talent: A placement program helping companies source accomplished talent from the pool of those returning to the workplace. ReBoot Talent connects candidates with companies seeking experienced, skilled, and mature talent.
ReBoot Kickstart: A free online career reentry training curriculum with over 20 lessons, videos, articles, and a supportive closed Facebook community.
ReBoot Career Workshops: In-person intensive upskill experiences to get women current in a variety of need-to-know workplace and job search technologies, connected to fresh relevant professional networks, and confident for career reentry.
ReBoot Connect: A monthly membership program, available in select U.S. cities, offering ongoing professional development workshops and in-person community.
What's your refund policy?
For Workshops & Events: cancellations that are made at least 7 days prior to the start date, there is no cancellation fee.
For cancellations that are made 0-6 days prior to the start date, the refund is prorated at 50% of the total fees you have paid.
For ReBoot Connect Memberships: Cancellations that are made at least 7 days prior to the next billing date, there is no cancellation fee.
Please direct your requests to us as shown below:
Email: [email protected]
Email Subject Line: Refund Request
Refunds will be sent or credited (if you paid by credit card) within four to six weeks after we receive your request.
What's your missed class policy?
See refund policy.
I'd like to post a job to your Job Board. How can I do that?
Great! Contact Diane Flynn @ [email protected]