The Seattle career accelerator, which helps women get back into the workforce, has expanded to the Eastside
ReBoot Seattle has expanded its reach to the Eastside, offering new programs that will help women return to the workforce or pivot toward a new career. The programs help women get current with the latest technology, up to speed on trends, and connect them to a network of recruiters and companies.
Expedia has signed on as a platinum sponsor of ReBoot Seattle. It will host a one-week immersion accelerator at its headquarters in Bellevue. The company is also providing scholarships.
“Expedia’s support was critical to the success of our inaugural program and we are so pleased to be working with them as we expand ReBoot Seattle’s offerings and grow the program,” said Sarah Duenwald, program manager at ReBoot Seattle.
The immersion program at Expedia will run March 6-10 at the company headquarters. Cost is $995 for the week, but there is special early bird pricing of $795 until Feb. 21
The crux of ReBoot’s program is getting women back into the workforce after time caring for children or elderly family members. It also caters to women looking to pursue a new career change. It’s for women who have been out of the workforce for two or more years.
Sessions get attendees current in programs like Microsoft Office, Twitter, Facebook, and more.
ReBoot also has locations across the country in major metro areas like Chicago and New York City. It launched in Seattle in 2016. It was founded in Silicon Valley.
For more information, and to sign up, visit rebootaccel.com/seattle