First let me start of by thanking God for making all this possible and giving me another chance to get my life together.  I also want to thank the great people at creative corrections for giving me the opportunities to learn new trades.

When I was released from prison, I knew what I wanted to do but didn’t know how I was going to do it until I went to a class at the parole office one morning where I met Marsha.  Marsha was a nice lady who came to the class to speak and offer us a chance to develop skills to possibly use in the near future.  I couldn’t believe what I was hearing someone was actually going to pay for me to receive these training skills.

I’m so glad I went to the class that morning because now I’m a certified scaffold builder and three years from now I’ll be a certified electrician thanks to creative corrections. This has helped me get through days knowing something good will come from all this in the end.  

Thank you, Creative Corrections Education Foundation.