Westchester Connections: Advice & Information
Westchester Connections is a resource guide and information service for persons formerly incarcerated, those working through probation or parole, and others similarly in need. Use the Table of Contents link above the search box (top right) for a quick view of what you can find. Want to ask your question one-to-one? CLICK HERE!
This guide offers advice from those with experience and information about organizations that can help you get ahead. Jump in and get familiar with what is available to you under each of the sections in the menu bar above.
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NEWS FOR YOU
Westchester Educational Opportunity Center (WEOC) is continuing to enroll students online for a FREE OSHA 30 (CONSTRUCTION) SUMMER 2021 REMOTE CLASS. The class is open to all New York State residents. This class is tentatively scheduled to begin during the first week
Getting to Work with a Criminal Record: New York State License Guides (2020 Expanded Edition) From the Intro: The LAC’s New York State License Guides explain the process for obtaining licenses in 25, high-demand occupations and professions for people who
COMING HOME: Getting out of prison is just the start. The right guide can help you stay out. Profiles the work of Sam Rivera, a peer counselor at The Fortune Society, an organization that has active in reentry since the
Have you seen what the WEOC can offer to move you toward your goals – education and job training. Image below is linked to the meeting. But here it is in text if that’s easier for you: Meeting link: https://sunywcc-edu.zoom.us/j/4625284118?pwd=Tmp2b2s3Qms5VE55UGtZSEJMTEVzZz09
Westchester Library System can help you figure out an efficient path, as well as provide online resources AND tutoring. Monthly Information sessions are scheduled. Or you can just call or email: firstname.lastname@example.org or (914) 231-3264. Take a look at our
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