Job-Readiness Training Program Graduates Share their Experience

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Watch our video HERE featuring a few of our Roadmap to Success graduates speaking about their experience in the job-readiness training program. Students attend the program five days a week for approximately 110 hours total. Men and women with criminal histories who are trying to successfully transition back into their communities, and individuals in recovery from substance use disorders in Washington State, can be referred by their case manager, therapist, corrections officer or self-refer for the application process.

Once accepted into the Roadmap to Success training program, individuals learn the needed skills to find and retain employment. The course focuses on overcoming barriers to employment through cognitive thinking transformation, soft-skills development, professional communication, conflict resolution, time management, job searching, targeted resume building, interviewing techniques, handling different management styles and computer skills. Learn more HERE.

Thursday, April 19, 2018