Prison to Employment Program

The County of Sonoma Human Services Division celebrates 2 successful years of the Prison 2 Employment Project (P2E). This important project began in 2020 to provide unique job training, funds to purchase interview clothes, and employment connections to clients who have been incarcerated.

The project was recently highlighted in a story series. You can read client testimonials and other articles below by clicking on an image.

The Sonoma County Workforce Investment Board matches skilled employees with local employers
Sonoma County Workforce Investment Board program makes a real difference: One woman’s journey from homelessness to employed
New start, new career: A Sonoma County collaboration helps a justice-involved client land a health care job
Sonoma County Workforce Investment Board makes the connections and transportation jobs accelerate hope
A Q&A with the Sonoma County Workforce Investment Board director on the benefits of hiring justice-involved individuals
Sonoma County Job Link helps put justice-involved individuals in the driver’s seat–and get on the right road
The North Bay Employment Connection matches skilled employees with local employers in six California counties
A Sonoma County Workforce Investment Board analyst discusses the Prison to Employment program
California Workforce Association’s Bob Lanter discusses what he sees as the win-win of the Prison to Employment Initiative
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