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Bipartisan Reentry and Employment Briefing Presentation

This presentation highlights successful Reentry Employment Opportunities (REO) grantees and their practices in connecting justice-involved youth and adult returning citizens to work, education, and training programs and provides a high-level overview of the study’s key findings, methods, existing research bases and promising approaches in the areas of career pathways, assessment and case management, and justice collaborations.

It is a summary of observations and findings from a yearlong benchmarking study, funded by the Ford Foundation, of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Reentry Employment Opportunities (REO) grant programs. The presentation was given on April 28, 2016, at a congressional briefing on reentry and employment, hosted by the Union Theological Seminary.

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About the Authors

Brent Orrell

Brent Orrell

Family and Economic Stability Expert

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Jessica Kendall

Jessica R. Kendall

Senior Technical Specialist

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Venessa Marks

Venessa Marks

Senior Manager

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