P.A.C. is our V.I.P. Curriculum
P.A.C. stands for Purpose, Authority and Character and this P.A.C. guides everything we do.
It is our belief that a positive identity develops through an ongoing process of discovering one’s life mission (Purpose), igniting your power to make decisions aligned to your mission (Authority) and operating in alignment with your truth (Character).
Our job placement rate is 70% with men who are formerly incarcerated, on probation or parole, and other hard to employ backgrounds.
We have placed over 250 young men in jobs over the past 3 years who have maintained their position for a minimum of 6 months.
Once placed, we continue to track their employment status and provide continuing support services to maximize their chances of long term success.
CBI is problem focused and action-oriented intervention. Intensively discuss and identify emotions and actions that lead to destructive behaviors.
Helping young men accomplish obtaining their High School Diploma, while also setting goals toward higher education and/or a trade.
One on One Therapy and Group Therapy Sessions.
Skills development and training for participants who have potential to obtain full time employment but need individual skills development
Participants prepare for the workforce through culinary arts. Learning to cook, cut, prep, and prepare food allows the participants to learn a useful trade while practicing for Job Readiness
Participants obtain sanitation licenses, to qualify for employment in food service.
Boxing is an activity that helps manage anger and aggression, while conducting physical exercise. The participants also develop listening and precision skills when participating in the boxing courses.
Training-on soft skills and to identify job placement and developing job skills to go on to transitional job placement.
Yoga is an activity that helps manage anger and aggression, while conducting physical exercise.
Each young man will learn audio engineering, while telling their story of trauma, hope and transformation. Young men will record their stories while learning the skills of audio engineering and production. They will produce a compilation CD that they will be able to sell as a social enterprise.
Teaching the art of story telling through video and video production as a marketable skill and engaging the video arts toward healing.