The National Council of SVdP is now in the process of looking for the National Program Coordinator for the National Ex-Offender Re-Entry Program funded by the CCHD grant. We would like your help in this hiring process. You can assist in this effort in two ways:

1. You can help look for candidates for the position. Review the attached job description and provide it to anyone who you believe would be a candidate. The job description has changed from the one you viewed in the past. We are looking for a contracted consultant – not a staff person. Also, as you will see at the top of page two, the consultant is not required to live in or be officed in the St. Louis area, although regularly scheduled meetings at the National Council Office are a requirement.

2. The solicitation period ends October 31. Once we have selected who we feel are the primary candidates, we will send you copies of their resumes and ask you to rank them for consideration.

This will greatly aid us in the process. We look forward to working with you in the administration of this grant and the implementation of the National Ex-Offender Re-Entry Program.

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  1. Chisulo A. Ajanaku
    Chisulo A. Ajanaku says:

    Nelson Mandela process from prison to Community Re-entry

    Nelson Mandela process from Prison to Community Reentry is the systematic process identified by the behavior and actions taken by Nelson Mandela while in prison and during re-entry. And it is illustrate as a role model for successful focus, aim and purposeful re-entry, to accomplish a greater purpose for the benefit of others.

    The Freedom Plan to Community Re-Entry
    .The Freedom Plan for Community Re-Entry is a Psycho-Social integrated cognitive self-change empowerment process that is taught, model and demonstrated to learners incarcerated and learners that reside in a neighborhood. This psycho-social integrated cognitive self-change empowerment process promotes self-reflection aimed at uncovering learned: normal antisocial thoughts, feelings, attitudes, and beliefs that are limiting and dis-empowering.

    The learners that engage in the process will come to terms (decision) on those limiting and dis-empowering uncovered learned: normal antisocial thoughts, feelings, attitudes, and beliefs that have been limiting and dis-empowering so as to release them. Finally, the learner chooses new beliefs and behaviors that stimulate the learner into positive action for the benefit of others in a neighborhood.

    The successful outcomes for the learner of the processes are: self motivate to take actions for the good of others; increased responsibility for positive outcomes; and empowered to contribute to improving the neighborhood where residing. The process allows the learner to come to terms and choose the Freedom Plan for Community Re-entry.

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