Stakeholder Showcase a Great Success! Check Out All the Resources That Were Shared

February 7, 2017

Over 100 people showed up for our first quarterly meeting of 2017, which included a very successful Stakeholder Showcase, thanks to all of you who participated. Almost every single person we heard from said they would attend another showcase set up similarly! Attendees each selected 4 of the 12 stations to visit, and each station had a 5 minute presentation followed by 5 minutes of Q and A. The materials handed out by each presenter are linked below. 

 

 

 

February 2017 Stakeholder Showcase Presentations

 

Furnishing A Future - A New Vocational Training Opportunity - Furnishing a Future Brochure

Highlighting a new program.  Furnishing A Future is a vocational training program that teaches the academic and hands-on skills necessary for returning citizens to enter either the field of fine carpentry or the ready-to-assemble industry.  The furniture produced during this 5-week 6-hour/day training is donated to families transitioning from homelessness to affordable housing. 

 

The Elevation Project – An Inside-Outside Approach to Leadership - The Elevation Project Brochure

The Elevation Project has an inside out approach to leadership.  Our mini-session would be about the work that is done within the prison to keep our program operating.

 

The Center for Returning Citizens - TCRC 2017 Agenda

2017 TCRC Agenda 

 

Philadelphia’s Fair Criminal Records Screening Standards Ordinance (“Ban the Box”) - Ban the Box Poster and Ban the Box Summary of Changes Fact Sheet

What does it mean to the job applicant with a criminal/arrest history? Presentation by the Philadelphia Commission on Human Relations.

 

Drexel Medicine Caring Together/Working Together for Women - Caring Together/Working Together for Women Brochure

Introduction of the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Treatment Program for Women and Children

 

Community Learning Center - Education & Reentry: The Key to a Career Pathway - CareerLink Reentry Workshop Flier  and Learner Recruitment Flier

Showcasing our Reentry and Upskilling Programs at CareerLink and the CareerKickoff program at CLC, which serve returning citizens in Philadelphia. This presentation will provide insight into the importance of marrying reentry programming with essential math, reading, workforce preparedness skills and digital literacy education. A brief tour of the trade and training programs available will also be discussed in light of WIOA.

 

The Philadelphia Partnership: Micro-credentials (Career Pathways)- Materials Not Yet Available

Introduction and recruitment efforts for Community College of Philadelphia’s Micro-credentials Program.

 

BenePhilly & Benefits Access Mobile Unit - BenePhilly Flier

Description of Programs and Services and how to access BenePhilly resources.

 

myPLACE and Adult Education for Returning Citizens - myPLACE Brochure and How to Set up An Adult Beginner Learning to Read program

Education is a critical component of success for returning citizens. Learn more about how you can enroll your clients in myPLACE, the Office of Adult Education's enrollment, assessment, and placement system in Philadelphia for adult education and ESL, with over 40 partners. Next, hear from Adults Can Learn to Read, a myPLACE partner program that helps returning citizens with beginning reading skills.

 

Petey Greene Program – Bringing Tutors Into Prison Classrooms to Support Academic Opportunity - Petey Greene Program Brochure

Introduction to the program in Philadelphia. Brief background, program goals, and current needs.

 

Prisoner Reentry Network - Prisoner Reentry Network Flier

Prison Society staff members will present on the Prisoner Reentry Network, an online database of 800+ Philadelphia-area reentry services (phillyreentry.com). The session will cover how to use the site, how to add your agency, and how agencies can update their information.

 

The Philadelphia Reentry Think Tank - Reentry Think Tank One Pager

The Think Tank is spending the year connecting returning citizens from across the city with advocates, lawyers, and artists to transform reentry services and stereotypes. Do you have a project/campaign that you need help on? Meet the Think Tank and find out how we can work together.

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