This webinar is for corrections, workforce development, and education agencies interested in improving the employment outcomes of people with criminal records. In the webinar presenters provide an overview of a sector-based approach, give examples of successful sector-based partnerships, and
discuss opportunities for creating these types of partnerships.
This webinar—based on lessons learned from the Integrated Reentry and Employment Strategies (IRES) pilot project underway in Milwaukee County, WI, and Palm Beach County, FL—raises key questions communities should consider to ensure the right people are connected to the right interventions at the right time in their reentry process. This webinar is especially useful for corrections, reentry, and workforce development administrators and practitioners.
During this webinar, FY2016 Second Chance Act Technology-Based Career Training grantees will receive information about the grant program, expectations of the U.S. Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Assistance, technical assistance from the National Reentry Resource Center (NRRC), and submission of the Planning and Implementation Guide.
In this webinar, officials from the U.S. Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Assistance and the National Reentry Resource Center explain the grant program and application process.
This podcast episode from DC Public Safety Radio examines the Employer-Driven Employment Model, a new framework developed by the National Institute of Corrections that aims to help improve employment outcomes for job seekers who have criminal records.
This webinar provides policymakers and practitioners in the criminal justice, corrections, and workforce development fields with an overview of the recently published white paper, Integrated Reentry and Employment Strategies: Reducing Recidivism and Promoting Job Readiness.
Hosted by the National Transitional Jobs Network (NTJN), this webinar addresses barriers to employment for veterans and people with mental health conditions who are experiencing or at-risk of homelessness.
Panelists from the National Employment Law Project, the Partnership for Working Families, and the East Bay Alliance for a Sustainable Economy discuss hiring policies that improve access to jobs for those in marginalized communities, including individuals who have been incarcerated. […]
Produced by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), this webcast examines the challenges that people in recovery from mental or substance use disorders face with regard to employment. The webcast discusses recovery entrepreneurship programs, employers who hire people in recovery, and community organizations that provide workforce development. To watch this webcast, click here.