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Hire Your Local Felon

Original post made by Felon, Another Pleasanton neighborhood, on Jul 30, 2009

America Works
America Works has gained national recognition for its no-nonsense, entrepreneurial approach to moving hard-to-place individuals into private industry. If we can't transition welfare recipients, ex-offenders and other unemployed candidates into the workforce, we don't get paid! Oakland residents only
Oakland, CA Office
1212 Broadway, 11th Floor
Oakland, CA 94612
Phone# (510) 891-9100

Fair Employers
Search for jobs and post applications online.

Felon Resources
One-stop site for resources specific to the ex-offender. If you are a felon looking for jobs or employment, housing, counseling, education or training, this is the site for you.

Labor Ready
We Have Temporary/ Part-time Positions in the Following Fields: * Freight Handling * Unskilled Construction * Janitorial * Light Industrial / Assembly * Demolition * Food Processing * Catering * Waste Hauling * Fixture Installation * Clean up * Maintenance * Warehousing If you are interested in our temporary employment opportunities, please call 1-800-24-LABOR (1-800-245-2267) and you will be routed to our nearest branch

Northern California Service League
NCSL is a non-profit agency. We have worked inside and outside of San Francisco Jails and California State Prisons and criminal justice for 59 years. Our mission is to reduce crime by helping offenders and ex-offenders become responsible and productive citizens.


A Reentry Employment Resource
This guide includes employment resources, legal resources, job search tips, and information on agencies that help with reentry housing, food/clothing, and recovery services. GCDF project by Anthony D'Acci and Cynthia Dyson

American Probation and Parole Association
The American Probation and Parole Association (APPA) is at the vanguard in exploring issues relevant to the field of community-based corrections. APPA provides training and technical assistance, clearinghouse services and advocacy

California State Criminal Records
California Criminal Records Search Form

Community Re-Entry Service Provider's Network
The mission of CRSPN is to give the formerly incarcerated the necessary network and services to support their successful re-integration into family and community life

Ex-Offender Reentry
Welcome to ExOffenderReentry, your one-stop resource center for corrections and re-entry success.

Volunteers of America
For more than 110 years, Volunteers of America has championed the humane treatment of prisoners and provided services to help offenders successfully transition from prison to productive life in the Oakland community.

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Posted by Cholo
a resident of Livermore
on Jul 31, 2009 at 12:28 pm

I don't think that it's cool to talk about felons. What about these guys? Web Link

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