NRWC provides a platform for you to get connected, learn from peers and experts, share resources, elevate successes, address challenges, and establish strategic partnerships with diverse membership organizations, practitioners, advocates, employers, and other stakeholders across the country. Members of NRWC come together for the shared purpose of building the field of reentry workforce to create more opportunities for people impacted by the justice system.
NRWC has been listening to your needs and the challenges in the field, and our offerings are driven by the three reentry workforce collaborative priorities ranked highest by the members: Employer Engagement, Program Improvement, and Collateral Consequences. With a consistent, targeted focus, NRWC and its members are collectively building a movement to have scalable impact.
National Workgroups: An invitation to learn from and contribute to workgroups of purpose-driven stakeholders focused on collaborating to develop thoughtful and actionable solutions to some of the most pressing challenges in the field. Work will be centered on NRWC’s three reentry workforce collaborative priorities. Resulting from this work, members will be positioned to take action and move the needle, shaping practice and policies and driving movement in the field.
Reentry Certification helps reentry specialists and leaders develop baseline of competencies in implementing evidence informed principles in reentry programming. Members receive 25% discount off regular registration. NRWC provides a tiered membership fee structure to make it equitable and accessible to all interested organizations and individuals in the workforce reentry field. The tiers are based on the number of staff employed by an organization. Membership benefits are available to all staff of the organizational member to encourage engagement and networking across the broad spectrum of stakeholders.
NRWC is an emerging national network of organizations, practitioners, advocates, employers, and industry experts in reentry programming and workforce development, spanning across 74 cities in 32 states.