NSP Re-entry Advocacy ,Forums and Trainings

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New Start Project believes that we must educate and mobilize re-entry residents and community members through leadership development and policy advocacy. New Start Project is committed to building leaders and building awareness in  communities in the Boston Metro area around policies that hinder successful reintegration.

Community Forums

Expanding dialogues between community members about re-entry barriers to employment, housing, and substance abuse treatment. They will also educate and mobilize community members to engage local, state and federal elected officials, housing agencies and employers for access to housing, employment, substance abuse treatment, and to advocate for just and humane criminal justice polices.

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Organizational LEADERSHIP Training

Design to expand the organizational capacity of New Start Project’s partners, allies, and  other community organization’s ability to serve re-entry community through board governance, resource development, and cultural awareness training.

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 Re-entry Networking and Job Search Training

Providing our re-entry members with trainings  on how to network and search for employment within 30 mile radius of their place of residence. Also on how to conduct face to face interviews, resume writing, and how to discuss their CORI(Criminal Offender Record Information) with family, friends, and employers.

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