Transformative Pathways Application
What is Transformative Pathways?
Transformative Pathway is a career and leadership development program for individuals who are 1) formerly incarcerated, and/or 2) impacted by the war on drugs. This program includes job and life skills training, college-based vocational training, career and academic coaching, job placement, cash incentives, and more. Transformative Pathways is a collaboration between Urban Strategies Council and Bay Area Community Resources.
What will you gain from the program?
You will be provided a career coach, up to $2500 in incentives, valuable job, career, academic and life skills, job placement, and wrap-around support.
Applicants must be:
18 to 30 years old
A high school graduate
Phase 1: Intake, Assessment, and Enrollment
Duration: 1-2 weeks
You will complete an intake, various assessments, review the expectations of the program, be assigned a career coach, be assigned a case manager (if applicable), and submit documentation to complete enrollment.
Phase 2: Job Readiness and Leadership Training
Duration: 2 months
In a cohort-based setting, you will meet multiple times weekly to complete various training that focuses on your personal and professional development. Training is interactive and will cover topics that consist of but are not limited to active listening, time management, restorative justice, community empowerment, leadership development, and other related topics.
Phase 3: Vocational Training, Post-Secondary Education, and/or Permanent Employment
You will enroll in a program within Transportation Distribution and Logistics that provides hands-on work experience and training to receive credentialing and certification in the TDL field. In addition, you will engage in on-going sessions with a career to secure permanent employment
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