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Helping Felons Find Work

You may not realize that women convicted of a felony lose so much more than time. They also are unable to ever vote again, and finding work or a place to live is doubly impossible when they have to write "convicted felon" on their applications.

LinkedIn, the online job site, is offering a video class to help those with felony convictions craft resumes and apply their skills to future jobs.

Read about Genevieve Rimer, Director of Inclusive Hiring at Center for Employment Opportunities, and a former felon, who runs the educational program here.

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