People make mistakes, but past mistakes should not define a person's future. You've completed your requirements through the courts, so there is no reason for it to impact your career growth/stability.
Below we have identified some of the most reputable and prominent US Second Chance Friendly employers accepting applications and sponsoring On-The-Spot Hiring opportunities this month.
- Click from the links below to learn more about each companies diversity and inclusion culture and find out how you can land a local job opportunity today!
Second-Chance Employers Hiring Now!:
Aramark - Aramark’s commitment to equality, inclusion, empowerment, and respect are brought to life through their DE&I Leadership as well as their newly founded Executive Diversity Council. Explore what they are doing to create real change. Hiring areas include (Facilities, Transportation, Retail, Custodial, Food Service & more!)
Dollar Tree / Family Dollar - Nationwide On-The-Spot Hiring Event (All Stores!), Wednesday, October 20, from 10a - 7p, (your local time). Full and part-time hiring opportunities include (Store Management, Cashiers, Stockers, Seasonal (opportunities available that can lead to permanent employment).
“Mistakes should not define your future! We have resources to help with your transition and job search, information about "felon friendly" employers, and access to conversations happening right here in the Jobcase community.” - Jobcase Second Chances Resource Center
Kohl’s - Kohl’s is committed to creating an environment where everyone feels a sense of equity, where diversity is valued at all levels, and where inclusion is evident across their business. Kohl’s Nationwide Hiring Event, Thursday, October 21 thru Saturday, October 23, from 11a - 7p. Kohl’s is hiring thousands of associates for their US stores, distribution/warehouse, and Sephora at Kohl’s teams.
Dave’s Killer Bread - Dave’s Killer Bread believes in Second Chance Employment! Hiring the best person for the job, regardless of criminal history. Employment areas include (Bakery, Machine Operator, Warehouse & more!)
“From criminal records to credit scores, find out what hiring companies are looking for when they run your background check.” - Kai Dickerson | Jobcase Director of Communication & Advocacy
- Check out Kai’s full post, Background check basics - what employers are looking for to learn more about the background check process and how you can prepare to overcome challenges during the interview process.
Do you have an updated resume?
- You can find resume building and new job search tips on our Getting Hired Resource Center
For face-to-face, in-person resume and interview preparation assistance use the Department of Labor’s FREE career development website CareerOneStop to find your local career resource centers then call the office to book a free person to person career consultation with a professional Career Navigator. During this one-hour session, you will get all the information and resources needed to cultivate an optimized resume that will significantly improve your new job search results.
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I have the utmost respect for Second Chance employers I never got my first job until I was forty years old all the beginning of my life I did nothing but get high and self see and didn't care about nothing but at some point things changed I growed up and now I look at things differently so I'm grateful for Second Chances