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White House Accepting Nominations To Honor Reentry Champions of Change

March 21, 2014

champions of ChangeThe White House Champions of Change program invites Americans who are performing extraordinary service in their communities to the White House to share their ideas and features them on the White House Web site. The White House is now accepting nominations for Reentry Champions of Change to recognize individuals who provide employment opportunities for formerly incarcerated youth and adults (jobs, training, or mentoring), advocate for policy and legislative changes, or use technology to increase access to employment-related reentry services. Nominations must be received by noon on April 4, 2014.

Nominate a Reentry Champion of Change. (Choose “Reentry & Employment for the Formerly Incarcerated” in the Theme of Service field)

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Read about previous White House Champions of Change honorees.

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