Use These Steps to Learn How to Get a Job with a Criminal Record.
“During the five years Antonio Crockett spent in a federal prison for felonious drug and gun possession, he never imagined that one day he would become a mentor. “I was praying I would make it out alive,” says Crockett, 35, who was released in 2014. Crockett worked low-level construction jobs for three years until his cousin encouraged him to check out Second Chance Tiny Homes. The free, three-month program teaches participants construction techniques through on-the-job training in the mornings and classes in the afternoons.” Read More >>>