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Community College of Philadelphia’s Reentry Support Projects Assists Adults with Criminal Records

14 July 2014
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From July 7, 2014 to August 8, 2014, the Reentry Support Project is assisting qualified adults with criminal records with every step of the College’s application process. Some applicants may be given an opportunity to enroll in a special campus program that includes transportation support and other incentives.

The Reentry Support Project is located at Community College of Philadelphia in Philadelphia, PA. Its mission is twofold: 1) To design and implement programs and services that empower the College’s students with criminal records to reach their academic goals; and 2) To contribute in meaningful ways to county, state, and federal reentry stakeholder initiatives aimed at increasing public safety and reducing recidivism in the City of Philadelphia. More specifically, the Reentry Support Project provides the following supports and services to its students and the wider community:

If you are a current Community College of Philadelphia student or an organization or agency seeking information on the Reentry Support Project’s services, please complete the information request form below and someone from the Reentry Support Project office will contact you.

If you are a person with a criminal record interested in applying to Community College of Philadelphia, please complete the information request form below and someone from the Reentry Support Project office will contact you.

Learn more about the Reentry Support Program.

Download the flyer.

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