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Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Can a Juvenile Felon get Jobs in Healthcare?

Can a Juvenile Felon get Jobs in Healthcare?

 

Juvenile Record
I was 16 years old, it was 1997 and I got arrested. I was put in the wrong situation which involved my mother and her boyfriend. I was told they took a plea and allowed the felony to be put on me. I went and got certified in nursing was working for 12 years and now it is haunting me. I love healthcare and want to try to stay in the field. I feel that I belong helping others. I just want a good paying job that I love to go to everyday. Is there anything out there I can work or go to school for?





 

Can a Juvenile Felon get Jobs in Healthcare?



Can a Juvenile Felon get Jobs in Healthcare? I get this often from ex-offenders and felons with juvenile records who are looking for jobs. Contrary to what many people believe, juvenile records do not disappear when on reaches the age of adult. In many states, juvenile records are sealed. Sealed meaning they are hidden from the public. They will always be available, however, to the court system, law enforcement and government agencies. Since many jobs in health care require licensing or certifications there will be the question of can you be certified.

You will have contact the medical licensing board in your state to see if your conviction will keep you from being certified or licensed.

I hope this helps

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Friday, April 10, 2015

Sex offender looking for trucking job

Sex offender looking for trucking job

 

Hi,

I'm a sex offender looking for a job in trucking.  It's hard to find a company. Can u help me?








Sex offender looking for trucking job


Sex offenses are among the most difficult convictions to overcome.  It is my experience. Sex offenders have a higher success rate when they apply for jobs that have limited contact with other employees or the public.  Truck driving is ideal for felons looking for a situation like this. Driving trucks is an option for many ex-offenders and felons looking for jobs.   I know many registered sex-offenders who are driving trucks. The challenge is to find a company that will offer you an opportunity. Here is a list of companies, some of which will hire ex-offenders.

http://www.truckersdispatch.com/truck-driving-and-felonies

This list includes notes of which companies consider hiring those with criminal backgrounds.

I hope this helps.



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Thursday, April 9, 2015

Felon in Texas wants job as teacher

Felon in Texas wants job as teacher


 Felon in Texas wants job as teacher
Hello, Do you know if someone who received Deferred Adjudication for a felony assault could receive Teaching Certification in Texas and teach?

Thank you






 

Felon in Texas wants job as teacher

 Hello,
 
In most cases I would not attempt an answer for a question of this nature because I am not a legal professional. I believe there are other ex-offenders and felons looking for jobs that are in similar situations, I will offer a suggestion. My understanding of deferred adjudication is, there is an initial plea of guilty. It is my understanding, once the conditions of the deferment are met (typically a fine and probation,) the charges are formally dropped. Since there is no conviction, you may legally answer “no” when the questions asked “Have you been convicted….” The charges although formally dropped, they will still remain as a charge and will appear on background checks as a charge and not a conviction.

Here is the tricky part. Even though the charges are dropped the deferment will always be visible to law enforcement the court system and government agencies. Since a state agency certifies teachers, it will be visible. Too many ex-offenders and felons looking for jobs assume that their convictions make them ineligible for hire. My suggestion is that you contact the State Board for Educator Certification to find out if your conviction will keep you from being certified in Texas. You can reach them here:


State Board for Educator Certification
1701 N. Congress Ave.
WBT 5-100
Austin, Texas 78701
(512) 463-9734

I hope this helps.


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Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Volunteer wants to help ex-offenders and felons get jobs

Volunteer wants to help ex-offenders and felons get jobs


 Volunteer wants to help ex-offenders and felons get jobsHello Eric!

My name is Ernestine and I volunteer at a drug and alcohol treatment facility for men on parole or probation in , Oregon. I have begun to facilitate an employment/transition preparation class at the facility. The class meets for an hour and twenty minutes once a week for about five weeks. To take full advantage of the time we have together, I want to make sure that we are covering the most useful information and tips. In your experience, what have been the most helpful and useful topics/exercises? Which kinds of game plans have been most successful for the men you have worked with?
Thank you so much!



Volunteer wants to help ex-offenders and felons get jobs



Hello Ernestine,


Getting a job requires a combination of things. If I had to single one or two things, I would say that the ex-offenders and felons looking for jobs would have to present a totally professional presentation. That is resume, dress and grooming. No one gets a second chance to make a first impression. Secondly, they must develop a plan of action that would help them get an extensive list of employers to apply to. Finding a job is indeed a numbers game. The more applications, the more interviews. More interviews mean more opportunities to get hired.

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