Center for Alternative Sentencing and Employment Services (“CASES”)

Posted on September 23, 2013

To support a new Post-Secondary Education Specialist who will teach classes and provide tutoring and counseling services to the expanding population of CASES youth preparing to earn their high school or GED diploma and enter college. They help their clients to build their academic skills, earn their diplomas, re-engage in the learning process and succeed in higher education through a variety of targeted services that include on-site academic classes and testing, tutoring, structured mentorships, and other supports. CASES helps young people with some history of involvement in the justice system address barriers to long-term success and experience positive outcomes.