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7 edition of I Need a J-o-b! the Ex-offender"s Job Search Manual found in the catalog.

I Need a J-o-b! the Ex-offender"s Job Search Manual

by Louis N. Jones

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  • 0 Currently reading

Published by Conquest Books .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Careers / Job Opportunities,
  • Business & Economics,
  • Career/Job,
  • Careers - Job Hunting,
  • Faith,
  • Personal Growth - Success

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages88
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8530608M
    ISBN 100965662527
    ISBN 109780965662529
    OCLC/WorldCa61895723

      By Dr. Michael Pittaro, Faculty Member, Criminal Justice at American Military University In , I published an article, “Prisoner Reintegration Challenges of Assimilation and Crime Desistance,” that focused on the challenges ex-prisoners face after unately, what I stated in still holds true today. Confronted with uncertainty, animosity, and a multitude of personal. Resources For Former Inmates. Resources for former inmates as they reenter the community.

    "My experience with the mobile library has been great. I don't think I ever read a whole book before I started going to the mobile library. Now I can say I've read over " –Reader at Rikers Island jail At Correctional Services, we rely heavily on donated books. We encourage all to please visit our regularly updated Amazon Wish List! Money on Books Ex-Offender Job Services is a re-entry program tool that will help ex-offenders transition into the workforce. Our goal is to help participants to become employed thereby reducing recidivism, increasing offender accountability, and enable each participant to become self-sufficient and a fully participating member of society.

    At long last our book, Jails to Jobs: Seven Steps to Becoming Employed, is out and available on Amazon. Since , Jails to Jobs’ workshops and job search and restorative materials have reached more than 3, inmates. In our workshops, we help soon-to-be-released inmates explore meaning and purpose in their lives while they learn about job search strategies. Focusing on finding a job within thirty days and within thirty miles of your residence, granting the book its name, The Quick 30/30 Job Solution will do well in giving readers the tools they need to help the book live up to its name.” –The Midwest Book Review. By Neil P. McNulty and Ronald L. Krannich, Ph.D.


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I Need a J-o-b! the Ex-offender"s Job Search Manual by Louis N. Jones Download PDF EPUB FB2

It's not as complete, but simpler and easier to read than many similar books. My only real objection is the five pages at the beginning promoting evangelical Christianity. That belongs in a book honestly labeled as faith-based inspiration for ex-offenders, not in a job search manual/5(3).

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I Need A J-O-B. The Ex-offender's Job Search Manual (Book): Jones, Louis N.: Studies have shown that getting an ex-offender a steady job reduces the likelihood that the ex-offender will return to prison.

Unfortunately, that is easier said than done, as ex-offenders often have many roadblocks that make it difficult for even the most diligent and earnest job seekers to find a job.#13; # Over the past two decades, as law enforcement has become a front-line response to substance abuse, many people with substance abuse disorders have entered the criminal justice system.

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Department. This book, Equipping Your Church to Minister to Ex-Offenders, will answer those questions and more. This manual provides general Biblically-based guidance on starting a post-prison ministry in your church, whether directly within the church Author: Louis N. Jones.

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to convince employers to hire ex-offenders. Also available in Spanish. Package of 25 booklets for $ SPECIAL: booklets for $ Job Search Survival Guide for Ex-Offenders This page booklet brims with advice for ex-offenders who face barriers in conducting a successful job search.

Packed with quizzes, questions, issues. Here's the first resume and letter book to address the unique challenges facing ex-offenders as they prepare to communicate their qualifications employers. Written by two of America's leading career experts, this book is jam-packed with the latest information, tips, strategies, and examples of what you must do in order to get the critical job.

Download Best Jobs For Ex Offenders ebook PDF or Read Online books in PDF, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to Best Jobs For Ex Offenders book pdf for free now. Best Jobs For Ex Offenders. Author: Ronald L. Krannich ISBN: Genre: Business & Economics I Need A J O B The Ex Offender S Job Search Manual.

Job Search sites specifically targeted to ex-offenders H.I.R.E. - Established by the Legal Action Center inthe National H elping I ndividuals with criminal records R e-enter through E mployment (H.I.R.E.) Network is both a national clearinghouse for information and an advocate for policy change.

He is the author of "I Need A J-O-B. The Ex-Offender's Job Search Manual" and "Equipping Your Church to Minister to Ex-Offenders." He is the assistant pastor of Christian Conquest Fellowship Church in Washington, DC. LaVerne Brewster has over 15 years experience in Reviews: Job searching can be a full-time job.

A great way to get started is to learn how to set goals. Below is a list of other tips to follow. Tips for job search.

Find a job search center with computer access. Locate your nearest American Job Center, which offers free computer use for searching for jobs or writing your resume, free job search.

Books for Ex-Offenders and Advocates Best resumes and letters for ex-offenders, by Wendy S. Enelow Step-by step instructions on creating resumes and cover letters specifically designed for ex-offenders Clean, sober and unemployed: Strategies for the post-rehabilitation job seeker, by Carter E.

Elliot. SPECIALS: $ for the set of seven books. Up to 60% discounts on quantity purchases (click here and view the Product Options box for the quantity you wish to order). Best Jobs for Ex-Offenders ($) The Ex-Offender's 30/30 Job Solution ($) The Ex-Offender's Job Interview Guide ($) The Ex-Offender's Quick Job Hunting Guide ($).

Job Search Tips for Ex-Offenders There is no doubt that ex-offenders face many challenges in their job search. The biggest hurdle is the prejudice that some employers have toward ex-offenders.

How ex-offender job seekers react to and defuse this prejudice will determine how successful they are in securing meaningful employment. For example, being a felon will not automatically stop you from getting a job with the US Census, so you might try that - that will help build your resume and can be done part time while you are working as a driver as well (having recommendations from Parole Officers, Religious or Civic leaders will help, too).

Publisher of books and manuals for Christians who live an active, vibrant Biblical lifestyle. I Need a J-O-B. The Ex-Offender's Job Search Manual or where ex-offenders reside, there is a Title: Owner, Dove Christian Publishers. This book provides important answers to many re-entry questions facing ex-offenders.

Beginning with an examination of 20 myths/realities and 22 principles for success, Ronald Krannich, one of America’s leading employment and re-entry experts, reveals 10 steps to job and career success.

Books by Louis: Prodigal in the City The Colors Will Change Equipping Your Church to Minister to Ex-Offenders Help! My Loved One is in Prison I Need a J-O-B! The Ex-Offenders Job Search Manual Wallflowers in the Kingdom Adverse Possession The Beauty of Summer No Longer a Daddy's Girl.Quick Job Search for Ex-Offenders also includes two appendices, an “Essential Job Search Data Worksheet” that job seekers can use to fill out applications or create a resume, and a new appendix, “The First 30 Days on the Job,” which gives ex-offenders tips for how to keep the job .To get in contact with your State Bonding Coordinator and find a One Stop near you, ().

Check out the websites below to find programs and articles that can help you with your job search. Resources for Ex-Offenders. Philadelphia Reentry Employment Program RISE Impact Services Goodwill Federal Bonding Program Hire.