Working with Justice Involved Students
"Provide justice-impacted students specialized advice on majors and career options. Incomplete or bad advice can waste time and money. For example, background checks are common in the health and human services programs and other programs that lead to licensed professions, and justice-impacted students need straightforward guidance on their likelihood of success. Without it, students sometimes hit roadblocks near the end of their programs when their convictions prevent them from completing internships or field placement requirements." What are some other ways to support justice involved students? Learn more here.