Real People. Real Stories.

Really Unscripted.

These folks found their calling. And you can too.

See for yourself.

It's Not Just About Jobs, It's About Life.

We talked to real Louisianans who had no idea what their future held.

Watch their stories and see how each found their calling.

Clifton

Clifton Smith

Welding was just the beginning.

As a young man, Clifton struggled to make ends meet. This wasn’t anything new in his neighborhood. Which is why he eventually turned to selling drugs. It wasn’t until he was sent to Angola Prison that he knew he had to make a change. In doing so, he found his true passion: welding.

Allen

Allen Nguyen

Coming home to cook.

Before he even considered cooking as a career, Allen wasn’t even in Louisiana. But when his father fell sick he decided to come back to New Orleans for good. In between caring for his father and working, Allen found the kitchen was his sanctuary. Over time, it became his greatest source of happiness, and that’s when he knew he’d found his calling.