Restorative Justice Events 05.22.2021
Welcome to Restorative Justice Events:
San Francisco International Airport
Hello Community Partners,
We would like your assistance with sharing the following SFO employment opportunity with your network:
1760 Print/Mail Machine Operator
Salary Range: $62,062.00 - $75,400.00/year
Filing Deadline: The earliest it may close is 5:00 p.m. (PDT) on June 4, 2021.
To view the job announcement or apply, visit:
1760 Print/Mail Machine Operator
Job Type: Temporary Exempt (TEX) - up to 12 months.
Attached is a flyer that that you may share with your network.
Please contact me with questions.
Airport Recruiter | People, Performance & Development
San Francisco International Airport | P.O. Box 8097 | San Francisco, CA 94128
Tel 650-821-2034 |
California Reentry Institute
CRI is excited to announce our search for a collaborative leader and hands-on Director who will invigorate, inspire, guide and assist
in leading the efforts of our organization.
Please help us find our next Deputy Director by sharing this job description widely with your networks and organizations.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until July 1, 2021. Individuals with past involvement in the justice system or who have loved ones currently or formerly in the justice system are strongly encouraged to apply.
REPORTS TO: Executive Director
STATUS: Part-time, 15-20 hours/week
SALARY: $32-40/hour, depending on experience
ESTIMATED START DATE: No later than July 1
The California Reentry Institute (CRI) is a highly respected pre- and post-release reentry program currently operating at San Quentin State Prison. Founded in 2008, CRI offers an intensive, transformational pre-release curriculum coupled with comprehensive post-release services and support to individuals transitioning to life outside of prison. CRI’s expert-driven curriculum is thoughtfully based in restorative justice practices and cognitive-behavioral therapy and simultaneously provides participants with individualized case management and parole planning.
The Deputy Director will be responsible for supporting CRI to achieve its next level of organizational growth and expansion. Over the next few years, CRI seeks to expand its programming to additional sites; a key component of this expansion will be the hiring of individuals with lived experience of incarceration. The Deputy Director will work collaboratively with the Executive Director, lead efforts to develop and secure funding and partnerships, supervise the Social Media team, and help grow personnel and programming that prioritizes the needs of individuals being released from prison.
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE:
CRI is seeking a collaborative leader and hands-on Director who will invigorate, inspire, guide, and assist in leading the efforts of the organization. They will bring a passion for the mission of CRI and demonstrated experience as a relationship builder, volunteer leader, and strategic thinker to their work. They should have a demonstrated track record of fundraising as well as strong communication skills. This is a part-time position and allows for flexible scheduling.
Work in close partnership with the Executive Director to support expansion that is aligned with CRI’s mission and vision
Provide direction and support to our volunteer Fundraising, Marketing and Grant Seeking teams to position CRI to obtain funding to support organizational growth
Support the development of relationships with potential funders and the materials to grow and sustain those relationships
Support the development of CRI’s Strategic Plan and Board of Directors
Other duties, as needed
The ideal candidate will have senior management experience and many of the following skills and experience (acquired in either a paid or volunteer leadership role):
Demonstrated passion for and commitment to criminal and restorative justice
Ability to work in close partnership with our Executive Director to lead the organization toward a shared vision in response to changing needs and opportunities
Successful track record of fundraising from Foundations, Individual and Corporate donors
Demonstrated capacity to sustain collaborative relationships
Exceptional communication skills including writing, public speaking, meeting facilitation, and consensus building
Ability to prioritize and execute multiple projects simultaneously
Experience motivating volunteers while maintaining a high level of performance
Financial and/or business management knowledge and experience, including budgeting, oversight, nonprofit compliance, and reporting preferred
Bachelor’s Degree, advanced degree preferred
Individuals with past involvement in the justice system or who have loved ones currently or formerly in the justice system are strongly encouraged to apply.
Applicants should send a resume and brief cover letter to Collette Carroll at
CareerOneStop ReEntry Program Finder Tool Now Available
The ReEntry Program Finder is now published and available at
It lists programs in every state that specialize in helping people overcome the barriers caused by having a criminal record.
Users can search by City, State, or ZIP code, and will find program contact information, location, map, directions, and website links. The programs listed offer a variety of services including employment and training help, housing assistance, chemical dependency treatment referrals, mental health services, and other related services.
The ReEntry Program Finder is available for use by individuals, program staff, correctional facilities, and others who work with justice-involved citizens. If you’d like to offer the Finder to your customers, you may also place it on your own website as a widget by following the instructions on this page:
All the best in your support of the U.S. workforce,
Tricia Dahlman and Julie Remington, CareerOneStop
Spotlight on Ghost Guns
United Against Gun Violence | Brady - San Francisco Chapter: Healing 4 Our Families & Our Nation
Thursday, May 27
Time 5 – 6pm PDT
Join from anywhere
San Francisco, CA 94132
In 2020, homicides in the Bay Area’s largest cities surged by more than 35%. In San Francisco, the use of ghost guns in crimes has risen sharply in the last few years, now comprised of more than one-third of crime guns. These untraceable guns are purchased without background checks or waiting periods. However, there are things we can do about this situation.
On May 11, Supervisor Stefani introduced an ordinance, which will ban un-serialized ghost gun parts and kits in San Francisco. The SF Chapter of Brady United Against Gun Violence worked closely with Supervisor Stefani in developing the proposed ordinance. (See
Join Supervisor Catherine Stefani, Police Chief William Scott, and Brady’s Steve Lindley, former Chief of the California Dept. of Justice’s Bureau of Firearms, to learn more about the unique threat of ghost guns and how we can all help San Francisco fight back.
To sign up for this Zoom organized by the San Francisco chapter of Brady United Against Gun Violence,
Root & Rebound: Reentry Advocates
Artist Line-up! Voices for Justice: On Tribal Justice
Join Root & Rebound on
June 10, 6:00pm - 8:00pm PT
Voices for Justice: On Tribal Justice
, a fundraiser to support
with Native communities!
Throughout the evening, we'll be raising awareness about Tribal Justice and centering Native American artists and activists to shine light on Indigenous peoples’ struggle with, and resilience in spite of, systemic violence and oppression perpetuated by the U.S. legal system.
Native men, women and youth are overrepresented at every stage of the criminal justice process, from arrest to sentencing, incarceration to reentry. Yet they are rarely front and center in conversations about criminal justice reform. That needs to change. And that is why Root & Rebound has worked with the Yurok Tribe and surrounding Northern California tribal communities to provide critical legal services for the last 5 years, create educational resources, and advocate together for systemic reform.
Voices for Justice: On Tribal Justice
aims to support this work, and to break the silence around the impact of the criminal legal system on Native communities.
70 Million Resources Partners with GTL to Bring Job Board and More to 800,000 Prison Tablets
Dear Community Partner,
We are so excited to announce our
recent partnership with GTL
to add our platform to over 800,000 tablets in jails and prisons, nationwide.
With a new focus on second chances and reentry support, GTL will include our national employment site, 70 Million Jobs on the tablets it provides to jails and prisons throughout the United States. Additionally, the tablets will feature our newest site Commissary Club, the first social network for individuals with criminal records.
Thank you, as one of our incredible reentry partners, for your support along the way. We are thrilled to see where this next step takes us.
Have questions? Book a meeting with me using the button below.
Book a Call with Adrienne
Director of Programs
70 Million Jobs
International Institute for Restorative Practices
Intentional Classroom Engagement: Author Chat
Join us on Tuesday, May 25 at 2pm ET / 11am PT.
Intentional Classroom Engagement is an essential workbook to help you hone your skills and competencies for building better relationships with your students, their families, and your colleagues.
During this 60-minute author chat, Craig W. Adamson, Ph.D., CADC, will draw from his 25 years of experience to explore how to create a thriving learning community. IIRP Lecturer Kevin Jones will guide the conversation and share his own experiences about how the workbook is helping him convey restorative concepts to adult learners.
Craig W. Adamson, Ph.D.
Provost & Associate Professor
IIRP Graduate School
IIRP Graduate School
Restorative Justice Partner Events and Calendar
If your organization is hosting an event that is related to our Restorative Justice mission, we would love to help get the word out to our community. Relevant events should provide resources and support for justice-involved individuals, the incarcerated and their families, and/or to victims of crimes, specifically homicide.
This is new free service will serve members in our community and maintain unity among Restorative Justice partners,
Submit an event
The Archdiocese of San Francisco
Office of Human Life and Dignity
Restorative Justice Ministry, a ministry of presence
1 Peter Yorke Way, San Francisco, CA 94109
Office and Fax (415) 614-5572 | Cell (415) 244-5594 |
on Saturday, May 22 at 1:31PM