Cranston Patch: RI Starting Manufacturing Jobs Program for Woman Inmates

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by | Apr 29, 2022

Rhode Island Governor Dan McKee announced in a news conference that the state is launching a program to help women inmates transition from prison and into good-paying, skilled jobs in manufacturing.

The Cranston Patch reported that the RI Department of Corrections is teaming up with Polaris MEP for the program. In addition to skills training, the initiative will include a job fair “tailored to fit the individual interest of inmates.”

Read the Cranston Patch coverage of the pilot program training women inmates in Rhode Island for manufacturing careers.

Contact Lindsey Brickle, Senior Workforce Manager, to learn more about the initiative.

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