Ultimately the number one priority with the 2nd Chance initiative is to engage and successfully equip justice-involved individuals as sustainable problem solvers who work together with their communities allowing all to live well and in turn reduce recidivism, increase valued assets to our workforce, and break through the wall of addiction in our community.
Our program participants receive group and one on one life coaching from our excellent team headed by Michelle Quesenberry. Critical thinking, problem-solving, team building, emotional coping, and structured group work are all tied together in a structured and safe environment. Are you a life coach with justice-involved individual experience? Reach out by clicking below to find out if you can help.
Are you a retired educator looking to volunteer your time to teach a basic curriculum in a safe and fun learning environment? Experience with GED or Adult Learning workshops? Reach out by clicking below.
Soft Skills Workshop
Have a trade skill that you are willing to teach? We are always looking for volunteers to help teach about carpentry, plumbing, electric, drywall, HVAC, CDL, and other relevant trade skills. Are you able to help with certifications? Reach out by clicking below.
Are you a business or organization interested in helping these individuals acquire the soft skill sets and knowledge necessary to be successful in the business world? Are you an expert with computers, internet research, day to day technology, fitness, nutrition, Microsoft Office, or any other relevant skill? Reach out by clicking below so we can discuss what opportunities lie ahead.
Are you a business looking for a skilled, trained, and highly motivated employee? You’ve come to the right place. Click below to reach out to our program coordinator about interviewing potential candidates.