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Workforce Needs of Justice-Involved Individuals | July 16 at 1pm ET

What
A webinar focused on resources and lessons learned from four U.S. Department of Education correctional education initiatives:

  1. Young Adult Diversion Program
  2. Juvenile Justice Reentry Education Program
  3. The Improved Reentry Education Project
  4. The Second Chance Pell Experimental Sites Initiative

When
Tuesday, July 16, 2019 from 1-2 pm (EST). 

Where
Join the webinar through the following link: https://msg.adobeconnect.com/correctionalfederalinitiatives/

Description
The webinar will provide instructors, program administrators, and policy makers interested in correctional education with an overview of the Federal initiatives and resources that support justice-involved individuals throughout the education and corrections systems. Specifically, the activity will highlight resources and lessons learned from four correctional education initiatives:

  1. Young Adult Diversion Program
  2. Juvenile Justice Reentry Education Program
  3. The Improved Reentry Education Project
  4. The Second Chance Pell Experimental Sites Initiative

Don't miss it! Use this link to join on July 16 at 1pm.

Prior to the webinar, please visit the LINCS Community Correctional and Reentry Education Group and share your questions about the intersection of workforce development and justice-involved individuals.

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Target Audience(s)
Instructors, program administrators, and policy makers interested in correctional education

Target Population(s)
Justice-Involved Individuals

Presenter(s)

  • Michelle Tolbert is Senior Program Director for career and adult education and workforce development at RTI.
  • Sean Addie is the Director of Correctional Education at the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education.
  • Le’Ann Duran is a consultant with Jobs for the Future (JFF) and also has served as the project director and technical assistance provider for some of the projects that are the focus of this webinar.

Moderator(s)
Michelle Tolbert

Featured Resources

Pre-activity
LINCS Community members are invited to post, review, and discuss any questions related to the workforce needs of justice-involved individuals in the LINCS Community Correctional and Reentry Education Group prior to the webinar.

To post questions or comments, members must login or join LINCS.

Participation Instructions
To join the event, please use the following link: https://msg.adobeconnect.com/correctionalfederalinitiatives/

Participants requiring special accommodations can call 301-828-1526 or email Stephen Coleman 7-10 days in advance. We will do our best to assist you.

Post Activity/Follow-up Materials
A discussion with the moderator and presenters on related issues will take place following the webinar from July 17-18 in the LINCS Correctional and Reentry Education Group.

Thanks,
The LINCS Team