Helping others realize their potential is truly rewarding, and it’s something CoreCivic employees get to experience on a daily basis. Every person working in a CoreCivic facility has a hand in helping those in our care become the best possible version of themselves, including those like John Beaver, a reentry case manager at Trousdale Turner Correctional Center, in Hartsville, Tennessee.
Case managers play a critical role in helping residents prepare to reenter the community. From helping returning citizens gain access to identification or driver's licenses to working with them to prepare and process applications for essential needs like housing or food assistance, reentry case managers like Beaver give CoreCivic residents the best possible opportunity to succeed once they leave our care.
“If you want to be a part of something that can truly meet the needs of people—who we want to make better people—I don’t think there’s a better place than right here, doing what I do, as a case manager,” Beaver said.
Watch the video below to learn more about the impactful role that case managers play at CoreCivic. If you're interested in starting a career with CoreCivic, visit https://jobs.corecivic.com/.