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Investing in Transformative Education: Nucleos' Impact on Decarceration and Workforce Development

Noah Freedman Nucleos

In this session, we will explore how Nucleos, a Public Benefit Company (PBC), is driving systemic change in the criminal justice system by providing access to education and vocational training for incarcerated individuals and returning citizens. Operating across six states and providing free digital education on in cell tablets for all people incarcerated in San Francisco County jails, Nucleos delivers leading courses from partners such as Coursera, Western Governors University, Khan Academy, and various vocational training providers at no cost to participants.

Our diverse panel of experts will discuss how strategic investments in education and training can be transformative in helping people successfully reenter society and reduce recidivism. We will delve into Nucleos’ innovative approach to workforce development and career-focused education solutions, which enhance accessibility and redefine the educational landscape for individuals impacted by the criminal justice system.

Attendees will gain insights into the power of purpose-driven investments in fostering inclusivity, driving systemic change, and supporting decarceration efforts. We will also explore the practical aspects of measuring impact and ensuring that investments align with the broader goals of transformation and sustainability.

Track

Learning & Capital: Investing in Education

Format

Panel (3 speakers)

Speakers

  • NameDave Dahl
  • TitleFounder
  • OrganizationDave’s Killer Bread
  • NameJason Bell
  • TitleExecutive Director
  • OrganizationProject Rebound
  • NameChristopher Aro
  • TitleCOO
  • OrganizationNucleos

Description

In this session, we will explore how Nucleos, a Public Benefit Company (PBC), is driving systemic change in the criminal justice system by providing access to education and vocational training for incarcerated individuals and returning citizens. Operating across six states and providing free digital education on in cell tablets for all people incarcerated in San Francisco County jails, Nucleos delivers leading courses from partners such as Coursera, Western Governors University, Khan Academy, and various vocational training providers at no cost to participants.

Our diverse panel of experts will discuss how strategic investments in education and training can be transformative in helping people successfully reenter society and reduce recidivism. We will delve into Nucleos’ innovative approach to workforce development and career-focused education solutions, which enhance accessibility and redefine the educational landscape for individuals impacted by the criminal justice system.

Attendees will gain insights into the power of purpose-driven investments in fostering inclusivity, driving systemic change, and supporting decarceration efforts. We will also explore the practical aspects of measuring impact and ensuring that investments align with the broader goals of transformation and sustainability.

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