JC JC Jaimy Criswell

In response to What is your solution’s stage of development?

This solution seems as though it will positively impact lives in any community. It could even help those going through Vocational Rehabilitation, Workforce Centers and more.

JC JC Jaimy Criswell

In response to Film your elevator pitch.

This solution will provide reskilling, career pathways, improved economies, and is applicable anywhere. It's timely and sustainable. Very beneficial information in your elevator pitch, this solution is well thought out and will benefit many communities.

TB TB Tracy Bledsoe

In response to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion: What is your approach to building a diverse, equitable, and inclusive organization?

Do you have employers on board to hire these individuals and give them the second chance they deserve?

Larissa Bundziak

We co-created Next Chapter, an initiative through which TLM graduates can apply for employment with Slack, Dropbox, Zoom, and other employers. As our alumni continue to reenter society as qualified full stack developers, TLM is actively building our network of employers who are open to hiring formerly incarcerated individuals.

TB TB Tracy Bledsoe

In response to Pitch your solution.

I think this solution should be in all cities and states across the country.

JM JM Jacqueline McCoy

In response to What is your path to financial sustainability?

Does the correctional facilities charge the participants? In other training/educational program in other facilities, inmates have incurred large expenses that they have to repay upon release along with other parole/probation fees. This compounds the stress upon release.

Larissa Bundziak

TLM students are not charged for their participation; our goal is to help people optimize their chance at success after incarceration without increasing their financial strain.

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