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alternative career pathways

PBS Newshour Clip: In Baltimore, more employers hiring formerly incarcerated people

Running out of a church basement in East Baltimore, the nonprofit Turnaround Tuesday has a high success rate of finding jobs for formerly incarcerated people. Its organizers focus on two main tasks: showing people that their past experiences provide unique work-related skills and helping employers let go of stigmas about people with criminal records. Supported by the Economic Hardship Reporting Project, a journalism nonprofit, NewsHour Weekend’s Saskia de Melker reports.

Alternatives to Post-secondary Education

Program Management and Career Pathways Colleagues,

Although post-secondary education is an important part of a career pathways system, many adult basic skills learners who seek jobs or careers are not ready for, interested in, or able to afford post-secondary education. What alternatives are available for them?

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