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THOUGHT LEADERSHIP

Highlighting leading practices, policies, and approaches in reentry workforce.

UPCOMING SESSION

Why Fair Chance Hiring

In the current economy where the demand for workers exceeds the supply, many companies are changing policies and making accommodations to participate in Second (Fair) Chance hiring. In this webinar we will hear the stories of three companies that practice Fair Chance hiring. We will learn what motivates them to take this approach, and the unique benefits and challenges of Fair Chance hiring. The session will challenge other companies to consider the business case and moral reason for fair chance hiring, and provide insight to community-based organizations that want to support companies in implementing this approach.

Join this Thought Leadership Session via Zoom

  • June 3, 2022

  • 1:00 – 2:15pm EST

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In case you missed it

Session 5: Economic Mobility for People Impacted by the Justice System

Explore strategies and approaches that have proven to help people who have been impacted by the justice system to get on a path towards economic mobility.

Session 4: Effective Employer Engagement

December 3, 2021. Effective strategies for building transformative relationships with employers that result in career and economic mobility for people impacted by the justice system.

Session 3: Collaborating for Impact

September 17, 2021. Three organizations taking different approaches to collaborate and mobilize stakeholders, and the impact of the collective effort on their communities.

Session 2: Youth Leadership Council

June 4, 2021. Successful youth leadership council for reentry programming.

Session 1: Community Reinvestment

April 23, 2021. A focus on Colorado’s success in redirecting public safety resources to community.

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.

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