CeCe is an Expert in 2nd Chances With Over

10 Years Experience in...

Improving Student Retention and Graduation Rates Amongst Ex-Offenders

Sealing, Expunging & Pardoning of Florida Criminal Records

Creating Policies and Updating the Application Process for Hiring Ex-Offenders


According to a 2012 Department of Justice survey, 1 out of every 3 Americans has a criminal record. Going to prison is a universal horror story, in that given the right set of circumstances, anyone can end up there!

Mothers, Fathers, Business Executives, Politicians, Veterans, College Students...even you!


While everyone has a story about how they got to prison and every story is different...

Its what you do when you come out that makes the difference!
What's your mindset?


 

Improving Student Retention & Graduation Rates Amongst Ex-Offenders

Life doesn't get better by chance, it gets better by change.

Education is one of the biggest factors to counteract recidivism. In this arena there are 2 focal points.

  1. The student
  2. The administrators and guidance counselors

For the student who is an ex-offender, the focus is on academic, personal, social and career development.
~ Help identify organizations and ex-offender friendly employers
~ How  does education open a world of possibilities
~ How does a job with a livable wage & benefits reduce recidivism

For the administrators and guidance counselors, the focus is improving student retention and graduation rates amongst this population of students.
~ How to encourage students to graduate
~ Explore the mindset of this population of students, what makes them excel?
~ What do students need to stay in school?

Getting Your Florida Criminal Record Sealed, Expunged or Pardoned

You don't have to do it alone.

  • Where to start
  • What is the difference between sealing, expunging or getting a pardon?
  • What is the cost?
  • How long does it take?
  • Why get your record sealed, expunged or pardoned?

 

Benefits of Hiring Ex-Offenders

One person can change the world by giving someone a 2nd chance.

Having a livable wage is the biggest factor to counteract recidivism. In this arena there are 2 focal points.

  1. For companies
  2. Learn how to interview ex-offenders,

For companies that want to implement or enhance their "2nd Chance Program" - The Orange is Not My Color Training is perfect for you!
~ What are the social benefits?
~ WOTC - Learn about the U. S. Department of Labor's Work Opportunity Tax Credit that can offset an ex-offender's wages between $1,200 - 9,600 per employee
~ Working with your legal team to follow the law and avoid negligent hiring
~ Create policies and your updating hiring process to include ex-offenders
~ Privacy and workplace safety

Learn how to interview ex-offenders, so that you get the best candidate for the job.
~ What things to look for
~ What support service do they need to be a great employee
~ Privacy and workplace safety

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