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CoreCivic Residents Reap Benefits of Horticulture Program at Red Rock

CoreCivic | 7/28/22 8:00 AM

A horticulture program at Red Rock Correctional Center in Eloy, Arizona, has CoreCivic residents working together while learning a new trade. The 26-week program provides students the chance to learn skills in a growing industry and walk away with certification from the University of Arizona. Residents can use these skills to find employment when they reenter their community.

“I hope they’ll be able to put their best foot forward to get into the green industry . . . and that certificate will help these guys get that job,” said Jack Wrixon, a vocational instructor at Red Rock. “All in all, what I want to see them do is succeed.”

Watch the video to learn more about the horticulture program at Red Rock.


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