From jails to jobs—A how-to guide to becoming employed
Jails to Jobs, a Section 501(c)(3) nonprofit, is an organization that gives ex-offenders the tools they need to find employment. On this website you'll find a step-by-step plan to follow as you carry out your job search. From researching potential employers and writing resumes to handling interviews and more—it's all here, with advice tailored to the special needs of those recently released from jail or prison.
It may have been a while since you've had to look for work, and your job-search skills may be a little rusty. Following our New Entry Job Hunting Plan, however, will give you an edge. Instead of spending your days searching websites and sending out scores of resumes, you will focus on uncovering the hidden job market or, in other words, those jobs that aren't typically advertised or posted. Attitude and persistence will be your keys to success.
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