Second Chance Program
It’s natural that there is some apprehension when hiring people who have been incarcerated, but our experience has given us no cause for concern. As soon as the new employees get to work and start interacting with their co-workers, the hesitation disappears.
Providing training and employment helps those previously incarcerated to reintegrate into society and become productive citizens, and the workers we’ve employed have demonstrated the kind of dedication and commitment that we always hope to find when hiring. If you are having trouble staffing up post-pandemic, contact the Department of Corrections and find out how to take advantage of this fantastic opportunity.
Community Partnerships & Social Responsibility in the News
Connecticut media outlets are spotlighting our success story in supporting people that are re-entering society post incarceration.
Four Incarcerated Women Begin First-of-its-Kind Career Training Program at Pursuit Aerospace – formerly Whitcraft Group
Capital Community College Partnership
Capital Community College, Pursuit Aero Collaboration Creates Pipeline Into Manufacturing
Hartford Courant piece