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Re-Entry Center

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The TMCC Re-Entry Center provides academic services and support that can help you improve your employability, self-esteem and life-skills so you can return to school—or pursue college or trade school—for the first time.

Through assessment of work-related skills, development of employment goals and a career plan, the Re-Entry Center can locate the targeted supports you need to get on track to your professional goals.

Who We Serve

  • Displaced Homemakers
  • Felons/Parolees
  • Those leaving programs for recovery or treatment for drug or alcohol use disorder
  • Individuals referred by Specialty Courts
  • Individuals returning after a significant break in employment

"The day I walked into the Truckee Meadows Community College Re-Entry Center my life was a train wreck. I was a high school dropout, single mother of three that had recently left an abusive marriage, had health issues and limited job skills.

I had no idea how to put the shattered pieces of my life back together. Fortunately, the staff at TMCC did...I got the guidance, counseling and support I needed to discover the person I was meant to be.

I returned to school and, with renewed confidence and empowerment, never looked back.

I am now a Licensed Clinical Social Worker with an excellent job and a bright future. It was a great honor to recently be appointed to the Displaced Homemaker Board, giving me the opportunity to shine a light for those who are now in that dark place I once was."

Denise Abbey, Former Client and Current Displaced Homemaker Board Member