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Helping Others Find Second Chances

2/25/19 8:00 AM
"I believe in second chances…" Noel Muñoz is a case manager at Rocky Mountain Offender Management Systems (RMOMS), which became part of CoreCivic Community in 2018. RMOMS is a Colorado-based provider of non-residential correctional services, ...
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Charity Highlight: Nashville Children's Alliance

2/19/19 8:00 AM
CoreCivic proudly supports nonprofits that help former offenders, victims of crime and underserved youth. One of those deserving charities is the Nashville Children's Alliance (NCA). This organization provides needed services to children who have ...
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Building a Brighter Future

2/11/19 8:00 AM
Through building maintenance program, inmates learn job skills while giving back to their community The joy of day-to-day discovery, no matter how small, is what Vocational Instructor Charles Leighner finds most rewarding about his job.
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Correctional Nursing: A Career of Service

2/3/19 8:00 AM
  "At the end of the day, I know I have really helped someone along the way . . ." Michelle Price is a nurse at Metro-Davidson County Detention Facility in Nashville, Tennessee. For her, it's much more than a job – it's a calling and an ...
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Extraordinary Education Leader: Dr. Sharita Giles

1/29/19 8:00 AM
Dr. Sharita Giles, principal at Tallahatchie County Correctional Facility in Tutwiler, Mississippi, believes in the power of education. In fact, she earned five degrees in just 18 years, while working as a full-time educator and raising four ...
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Be a Leader at CoreCivic

1/14/19 8:48 AM
"I think we are all put here to be great…" Correy Timberlake is the recreation supervisor at Trousdale Turner Correctional Center in Hartsville, Tennessee. After graduating Trousdale County High School as a two-time football state champion, ...
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CoreCivic Foundation Established to Reduce Recidivism

1/7/19 8:00 AM
As we start another year at CoreCivic, I’d like us to reflect on all we did to build on our commitment to reduce recidivism in 2018. From our dedicated staff running life-changing reentry programs to the implementation of our reentry public ...
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CoreCivic’s Strides in 2018 Herald a Promising 2019

12/17/18 10:31 AM
Happy Holidays, CoreCivic colleagues! As I think back on 2018, I'm so proud of what we accomplished together, across all three of our business offerings. The New Year brings an exciting opportunity to build on those successes. I want to share ...
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Season of Giving: Highlighting Three CoreCivic Foundation Charitable Partners

12/11/18 7:50 AM
"CoreCivic has been instrumental in helping move us forward and we are very grateful…" -June Turner, CEO, Nashville Children's Alliance
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Digital Learning Prepares Inmates for Successful Reentry

12/3/18 7:55 AM
  According to the Bureau of Justice Statistics, more than half of all inmates will return to prison within five years of release. Despite those numbers, CoreCivic is optimistic about the future of those in our care. 
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Embracing a Career of Service at CoreCivic

11/26/18 6:57 AM
  "I think everyone deserves a second chance…" Lybrunca Cockrell is a single mom and a senior correctional officer at CoreCivic's Trousdale Turner Correctional Center in Hartsville, Tennessee.
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Innovative CoreCivic Community Partnership Helps Residents Pursue Career Dreams

11/19/18 7:40 AM
Luis E. – former resident at Oracle Transition Center – isn’t letting his past mistakes get in the way of a second chance. Though he spent more than six years in prison, he never lost sight of his dream to own a food truck. He worked hard, ...
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CoreCivic's Veterans Task Force Supports Those Who Served

11/12/18 8:30 AM
After retiring from the U.S. Army as a captain, Ronald McNair faced a challenge familiar to many veterans: transitioning from the military to the civilian workforce.   "Once I retired, I began searching for a job with a structure similar to the ...
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Applying Faith to Better Decision-Making for Reentry

11/5/18 7:24 AM
Having worked for 15 years at CoreCivic’s Coffee Correctional Facility in Nicholls, Georgia, Chaplain Judith Smith knows firsthand the impact faith-based programs can have on reducing recidivism.
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Gardening for Good

10/30/18 2:37 PM
Flowers. Vegetables. Fruits. CoreCivic Community's Boston Avenue facility in San Diego, California, has sprawling gardens that grow all of the above. In less than one year, residents have transformed the grounds into a lush landscape that ...
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