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Additional Ways to Support
Although financial support is one of the critical needs of the program, there are many others ways individuals and programs can assist:
Mentors- We need mentors to provide ongoing support to program participants that will commit to regular meetings and calls to ensure the success of program participants.
Employment Opportunities- There will be a demand for livable-wage employment options for participants who complete the employment pathway. High-growth careers are most desired by the Project Restart team including technology, trades and transportation. If you are a felony-friendly employer, please contact us with employment opportunities.
Education/ Training/ Certification Programs- Participants completing the education pathway will need to be accepted into an education or training program. We are seeking partnerships with employers or training programs that will lead to employment in high-growth, high-demand felony-friendly industries including technology, trades and transportation.
In-Kind Donations- If you or your business would like to provide materials or supplies to Project Restart, please contact us to discuss this. We welcome food, computers, office supplies, software, professional clothing, print services, marketing services, technology support, transportation services and more.
If you or your organization is interested in partnering with the program in any of these ways, visit the contact page and share your information.
JOIN THE PROJECT
We will be accepting applications for the 2022 late spring 2022!
Click on the "Contact" tab and send us your information to be added to our 2022 program wait list
Through Project Restart, individuals with criminal convictions receive cost-free, 12-week virtual personal development, financial education, entrepreneurship training and exploration of education and employment options. Participants will receive mentoring and the opportunity to pitch for micro-grants to be used toward their goals.
The 2022 program dates will be announced by spring of 2022.
Participants will attend weekly evening virtual classes once per week, weeks 1-4 and twice weekly in weeks 5-12.
An individual must meet the following criteria in order to be eligible for participation in Project Restart:
Be an individual with a criminal record
Reside in or near the Atlanta Metro Area
Be willing to commit to 12-weeks of virtual training and coaching
The most important qualification is the readiness of the individuals to participate in a program that will enable him/her to fully explore their education, employment or entrepreneurship goals and develop strategies to improve their success.
Congratulations to our 2020 & 2021 Graduates!
Subscribe To Our Distribution List To Recieve Program Updates
If you would like to be added to the wait list for future programming, please use the subcriber form on the Contact page or email firstname.lastname@example.org and include your name and contact information.