FAIR CHANCE EMPLOYERMENT: BEYOND HIRING PRACTICES
Community Building and Education
Our Road Prison Project hosted two educational panels on Fair Chance Employment, bringing together employers who are committed to hiring men and women with felony convictions. In these panels, we explored hiring practices and strategies to support employees after they are hired. As a prison re-entry program, we are committed to opening doors to jobs for our participants and the greater re-entry community. Panels included organizational leaders, employees, and workforce professionals.
FAIR CHANCE EMPLOYMENT: BEYOND HIRING PRACTICES
Making a Difference
March 6th – California Endowment – 2000 Franklin Street Oakland 1 PM to 3 PM
Wayne Garcia, Vice President of Criminal Justice Programs, Healthright 360
Beth Avery, Staff Attorney, National Employment Law Project
FAIR CHANCE EMPLOYMENT: OPENING UP NEW OPPORTUNITIES
Opening up new opportunities
April 10th – SAHA – 14th and Madison – 160 14th Street Oakland – 6 PM to 7:30 PM
Chris Deragon, Community Housing Partnership
Rhody McCoy, Director, Contra Costa County, Rubicon Programs Inc.
Joanna Hernandez, Director of Custody Programs and Re-entry, Five Keys Charter
Schools and Programs
Hayley Benham-Archdeacon, Business Account Manager, The Last Mile
NEW EVENTS COMING SOON.
We are committed to community building and education.
We are available to train at your agency.
Join us in making a real difference.