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  • 07/30/2018 9:36 AM | JARED BOZE (Administrator)

    U.S. manufacturing magazine IndustryWeek recently published an article on how employers view hiring employees with criminal records and whether hiring ex-offenders can mitigate labor shortages. Click here to read more.

  • 07/30/2018 9:31 AM | JARED BOZE (Administrator)

    A survey conducted by the Society for Human Resource Management and the Charles Koch Institute found that most managers and HR professionals recognize the quality of hire for workers with criminal records is as good or better than those without criminal records, and most workers are open to working with formerly incarcerated individuals. Click here to read the report.

  • 07/17/2018 2:59 PM | JARED BOZE (Administrator)
    A new Vietnam veterans' memorial sign in Arkansas was designed, drafted, and built by Arkansas Correctional Industries' CI workers. Click here to learn more.
  • 06/29/2018 9:30 AM | JARED BOZE (Administrator)

    The first students in New Hampshire Correctional Industries' Braille Transcription program have finished their training in partnership with a local organization for the blind, Future in Sight. Click here to learn more. 

  • 06/19/2018 1:41 PM | JARED BOZE (Administrator)

    A criminal record is one of the biggest obstacles to employment faced by ex-offenders. At Pennsylvania's Cambridge Springs optical program, women learn the trade of opticianry with rigorous training, professional certifications, resume building and job search assistance. Click here to learn more about how Cambridge Spring's optical program has launched dozens of ex-offenders' careers. 

  • 06/18/2018 9:19 AM | JARED BOZE (Administrator)

    Last month, Tevis Farley walked out of Utah County Jail and signed a contract to work for Liberty Safe on the same day. Now, Farley and other current and former offenders work to build on their positive habits and successes. Click here to learn more about the Utah County Jail Industries program and Tevis Farley's story. 

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