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PREVIOUSLY INCARCERATED JOB SEEKERS
Make sure your training library includes this collection of job development guides for previously incarcerated job seekers, and the bestselling Ace the Interview Survival Training Program for trainers.
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“I want to clearly state that Louis – in every case – exceeded the contracted deliverables and outcomes expected, both in quantity and quality. He was timely and he did more than he said he would. Client evaluations of his work were exceedingly positive.”
Scot Adams, Ph.D.– Former Director, Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services - Division of Behavioral Health; and Former Executive Director, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Omaha, Inc.
“We found your resource to be concise, factual and very direct. We think it supports our training and would be very helpful in the ATCs, where residents still have an opportunity to sign up for many of the classes (GED, Parenting, Drug Programs) that would help them in their rehabilitation efforts leading to employment.”
Judy Beazley, Employment Specialist, Safer Foundation, Chicago, Illinois
"The prospect of hiring candidates who have received basic training in the skills required to be a Patient Registrar is inviting. We would be happy to consider your "graduates" for employment opportunities. This program has great potential to serve not only our hiring needs but those of other medical facilities in the Metro area as well."
Kathy A. Schwede, Creighton University, Compensation Administrator, Human Resources Department
"Very cohesive, practical and on target . . . this can be an excellent learning tool for many offenders, and an applied reference guide for criminal justice professionals working with hard-to-place parolees"
Bill Wakefield, Professor of Criminology, University of Nebraska, Omaha
“I think it brought to light some things we don't pay as much attention to in everyday life… an excellent resource presented in a timely and easy-to-follow medium for students to peruse. This is DEFINITELY a must-have in any and all career centers and workforce centers!”
Kenneth Goffney – Instructional Specialist III, WorkReady Dallas County Community College District
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Job Readiness Training
Office of Justice Programs, Washington, D.C.
Nebraska Department of Corrections, Lincoln, NE
Safer Foundation, Chicago, Il
Federal Correctional Facility, Miami, FL
Scioto Juvenile Correctional Facility, Delaware, OH
Iowa Workforce Development, Des Moines, IA
California Youth Authority, San Jose, CA
Metropolitan Community College, Omaha, NE
Indio Juvenile Hall, Indio, CA
California Youth Authority, San Jose, CA
Federal Correctional Complex, Coleman, FL
Lutheran Family Services, Omaha, NE
Claremont Custody Center, Coalinga, CA
Catholic Charities Archdiocese, Omaha, NE
University of Nebraska Library, Omaha
Council Bluffs Public Library, Council Bluffs, IA
U.S. Federal Probation, Louisville, KY
Federal Correctional Institution, Ashland, KY
Tioga Employment Center, Owego, NY
Juvenile Detention Center, Lincoln, NE
Clarinda Correctional Facility, Clarinda, IA
Greater Omaha Workforce Development, Omaha, NE
U.S. Probation Office, Elkins, AL
North Idaho College, Post Falls, ID
King County Jail, Handford, CA
Urban Development Job Training, Lincoln, NE
Sarssota One-Stop-Center, Sarasota, FL
Michigan Bureau of Juvenile Justice, Lansing, MI
Ohio Department of Youth Services, Columbus, OH
Goodwill Industries, Omaha, NE
Grand Island Public Library, Grand Island, NE
Lincoln Public Library, Lincoln, NE
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