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Saturday, September 26, 2015

Need Interview Clothes? Ex offenders and Felons Should try Thrift Stores

Need Interview Clothes? Ex offenders and Felons Should try Thrift Stores


Need Interview Clothes? Ex offenders and Felons Should try Thrift StoresI have been helping ex-offenders and felons get jobs for many years and if there is one thing I stress is the power of the first impression.  How you look is going to speak volumes about you before you ever open your mouth.  Whether out looking for a job, filling out applications or interviewing that first impression is powerful.  What do people see when they see you?  Do they see a thug or a businessperson?  Everything about you should "Professional."

The classic look for men is a dark suit with a light colored shirt and a color coordinated tie.  At the very least, dark slacks, with a light colored shirt and a nice silk tie.  Don't forget the shined shoes.  For women, a classic  pant or skirt suit with coordinated pumps. 

Need Interview Clothes? Ex offenders and Felons Should try Thrift StoresI meet ex-offenders and felons who tell me that they do not have the money to buy the kind of clothes that I'm talking about.  There is a solution, the local thrift store.  I know what you are thinking- used clothes,
yuck!  Get rid of you prejudices that thrift stores are full of junk that other people threw away.  The fact is, thrift stores often have high quality clothes at bargain basement prices.  Check this true story about an actual student of mine:

"Real Stories of Ex-offenders and Felons Looking for Jobs" 

 

I recently took a student of mine to a local thrift store because he told me he did not have clothes for an upcoming interview.  This is what we got.


1 pair of  Perry Ellis Portfolio double pleated, cuffed slacks - $4.00

1 Ralph Lauren Dress shirt - $3.00

1 Nautica silk tie - $2.00

1 pair of Cole Haan shoes $12.00

He went home with clothes that would make him look like a million dollars for $21.00!

Need Interview Clothes? Ex offenders and Felons Should try Thrift Stores


Thrift stores are great for finding good bargains on clothes. Here are some tips to make thrift store shopping a great experience.

 Give yourself time.  Thrift stores usually have a lot of things to look through.  Take your time and find what you need.

Go with a friend.  It’s good to have a second opinion. If you're a guy, go with a girl.  If you're a girl, vice versa.  Your friend will be able to help you decide if something really looks good on you.

Find out if there are any sales.  Some thrift stores color code the sale items.  Some stores even have a sale day.  Find out how to make your thrift store bargains even better.

If possible, buy clothes that are machine washable.  What good is getting a good deal on slacks if you can only dry clean them.

Look clothes over very carefully.  Nothing is worse than thinking you have found a nice shirt, only to get home and find a hole on the back or the cuffs are frayed.

Try clothes on.  You will feel really bad if you got those great slacks home and they don't fit

Wash clothes when you get home.  Thrift store clothes are basically clean, but many have been on the rack for a while and need to be freshened up before wearing.

Thrift stores are a great option for ex-offenders and felons who want to look professional but do not have a lot of money.  To find your local thrift store, check your local telephone book.  Even if you haven't decided that thrift stores are for you.  Try one anyway.  Go down and look around.  Even if you don't buy anything the first time, don't be surprised if you go back at another time.


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 Need Interview Clothes? Ex offenders and Felons Should try Thrift Stores

Need Interview Clothes? Ex offenders and Felons Should try Thrift Stores


Are you an ex-offender or felon who has a question about finding a job with a criminal record?  I have been helping ex-offenders and felons get jobs for over ten years and I feel I have an understanding of what works. I will be updating this blog often. I will answer specific questions relating to getting a job with a criminal record on this blog so feel free to send me your questions.   The right information could help a felon get jobs.  You could have your question answered right here. Email your question to: Adogzheart2@gmail.com.

If you are a felon and really serious about getting a job or you want to help someone you care about get a job, check out this link: From Jail to a Job

 

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Sunday, August 2, 2015

Job Search Expert Offers Advice for Ex-offenders and Convicted Felons Looking for Jobs

Job Search Expert Offers Advice for Ex-offenders and Convicted Felons Looking for Jobs


Job Search Expert Offers Advice for Ex-offenders and Convicted Felons Looking for JobsThere were over six hundred thousand convicted felons discharged from prisons in 2018. Without jobs, a lot of felons will find themselves once again behind bars.

Job search expert Eric Mayo is skilled at teaching ex-offenders and felons to get jobs. Mr. Mayo has been helping previously incarcerated people get jobs for many years. 

He is pleased to share some of the information he has use that has helped thousands of ex-offenders and felons get jobs



Job Search Expert Offers Advice for Ex-offenders and Convicted Felons Looking for Jobs

 

Companies that Hire Ex-offenders and Felons 

Ex-offenders and felons are hired everyday.  Find out which companies have hiring practices that do not necessarily forbid the hiring of ex-offenders.



Updated List of Companies that hire Ex-offenders and Felons 



Writing Resumes that get Jobs

The resume is a very powerful self-marketing tool that should show your skills and qualifications in one neat package.  An effective resume will give you an advantage over your competition in getting an interview where you can sell yourself.
 


Powerful Interviewing Techniques

For most people interviewing is stressful.  It doesn’t have to be.  The interview is the time to show just how professional you are and that you are the right person for the job. Doing well on the interview can help you overcome your criminal record.


Effective use of Body Language

Interviewing isn't just about responding to questions.  It is a combination of things that will influence an employer's decision to give an ex-offender a chance.  learn what these things are and how to do them to get results.


Cleaning up Criminal Records

It is crucial to know what information is in your criminal record.  There may be false information included in your report that could seriously hurt your chances to get a job.  You can have false information permanently removed from your record.  In some cases certain charges can be officially and formally erased from your record.


Finding Jobs with Help-wanted Ads

For some, the newspaper help wanted ads are the first choice of many job seekers for finding job leads. Find out what the best approach is to have success with newspaper help-wanted ads.



Businesses Felons and Ex-offenders can Start

Getting a job may not be the best choice for ex-offenders and felons. There are many small business that can be started with hard work and not very much money needed to start up.


Handling Tough Interview Questions

Interviews may present some tough questions some relating to your criminal record.  Knowing how to handle difficult questions will be the difference between getting hired and not being hired.


What to Wear to Interviews

You will never get a second chance to make a positive first impression.  Looking the part of a professional is just as important as what you say.  People will make assumptions about your professionalism and potential performance based upon your appearance.  


The Best Place for Ex-offenders and Felons to Find Jobs

Part of the battle for ex-offenders and felons is knowing where to find available job openings.  There are places to find jobs that most people don't think of



Job Fair Success

Employers use job fairs to promote their companies, and quickly fill entry level positions.  They usually attract a large number of job seekers.  Being prepared is the best way to get the most out of a job fair and maximize your chances to get hired.
 

Using the Telephone to get Jobs


Contacting employers on the telephone can be a way to reach many employers in a short time.  There is a method to conducting a successful job search over the telephone



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 Job Search Expert Offers Advice for Ex-offenders and Convicted Felons Looking for Jobs


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Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Hoping to help boyfriend and other felons get jobs

Hoping to help boyfriend and other felons get jobs


Hoping to help boyfriend and other felons get jobs
Hello Eric,

First and foremost, I want to thank you for taking your time to both run your very informational blog as well as to view my e-mail. Secondly, I apologize in advance for the multiple questions that I am asking. Now, for some insight...I met my boyfriend two years ago, just before he was going to jail in MD for a violation of probation. He also confided in me from the start that he was facing seven felony charges in PA. Caring deeply for him, I agreed that so long as he was a changed man and did not participate in the activity that landed him in trouble in the first place from there on out, that I would stay with him. I waited for him while he served his violation of probation sentence, and ever since a little over a year ago, we have been in a serious, committed relationship. He has been sober ever since we met...and you can ask anyone, his friends, family, teachers, old co-workers...he has certainly changed, for the better.

Of course, our lives together have been a roller coaster. His charges from PA loomed for the first nine or so months of our relationship. Every court date, I did not know if he was returning to jail, and if I would be left waiting again. In the meantime, he did everything that he needed to. He voluntarily participated in rehab, did volunteer work at a local non-profit organization, and stayed sober. When his sentencing date came around, the judge recognized all of his hard work and let him off with six years of probation instead of the two years in jail that he had agreed to in the plea agreement. Even his lawyer was shocked, and shook his head when my boyfriend thanked him, before saying, "I did nothing. You did all of the work." The downside was that he officially became a convicted felon, instead of having pending felonies. Thankfully, they were dropped from seven to three.

This was very exciting news, of course. Even more so exciting was that a couple of hours after we got home, he received a phone call for an interview. By the next week, he already had a part-time job. He held the job for a month without any problems until recently. Despite being a very hard worker and increasing sales by $5,000 single-handedly in the short amount of time that he worked there, corporate obtained his background check and the store let him go. This was very frustrating, especially seeing as when he was hired, his managers knew every single little thing on his record. He was never dishonest about anything. The local store wanted him, but corporate did not.

This leaves us in a pickle. We have bills to pay, bills that I cannot afford on my own. We realize how much of a struggle it was for the first nine months for him to even get an interview, and here he is, back at square one. Everything feels like it happened so quickly - he was given a second chance, and it was ripped away from him just as fast. He has a strong resume that we have sent to numerous employers, but he obviously cannot pass a background check. Even local laboring agencies will not accept people with so much as a misdemeanor, since they are specifically for "individuals with clean records who just cannot find jobs," as he was told on the phone. He is getting pretty discouraged...I can provide emotional support, no problem, but financially, I cannot hold us both up for too long. What would your best suggestion be? Should he even mention this latest job on his resume? He was a great worker - they just did not want him after the background check. How is he supposed to explain working for simply a month to the next person who offers him an interview?

To add to his woes and dreams getting crushed, he wants so desperately to join the Army...unfortunately, every recruiter that we have talked to laughs in his face and turns him away. One of our best friends is a Sgt. MP and he keeps giving my boyfriend hope, though that goes away when the actual recruiters say there is no chance. Considering that my boyfriend was represented by a public defender in his court case involving the felony charges, what course of action can we take? I have seen on your blog the mentioning of sending letters to lessen felonies to misdemeanors, etc to help with this problem. It is just very confusing when his public defender says that he has to wait seven years to have his felonies expunged before he can join the Army, the judge says he only needs to finish probation to join the Army, and the recruiters say no matter how old a charge is, he can never join the Army.

Being with this man whom I care so deeply for and yet feel like I can't help is a very overwhelming feeling. I have such a strong passion now to organize and rally, to contact my local government to encourage them to encourage employers to hold ex-offender friendly job fairs, etc. not just for my boyfriend, but for all reformed convicts who truly do want to change their lives. How would I go about doing that? Would a letter suffice? Who would I even write to in our local government? I want to advocate to help others get the second chances that they deserve, I just feel as though I need a bit of direction or encouragement to get me going.

Thank you so much for reading, and God bless your work and all that you do.

-Hoping to Help



Hoping to help boyfriend and other felons get jobs







Your boyfriend is lucky to have someone like you in his corner. Many ex-offenders and felons usually don't have as much support. As for listing such a short term job, I would not. It would simply raise more questions. I would apply at smaller companies that can hire at their own discretion. Your boyfriend may also consider temporary employment. Once again he may have success applying at small independent employment agencies who are free to hire anyone they please rather than national companies that have stiffer corporate hiring guidelines. Another option is contact your local United Way. The United Way financially supports social service agencies including some which help ex-offenders or may even employ them. Goodwill Industries also have programs which help and employ ex-offenders and felons.

Expungement is not an option when seeking to join the military. Expungement does not erase convictions. It makes them unavailable for view from the public. They will always be visible to law enforcement, the court system and government agencies. The Army will grant waivers for those convicted of certain felonies allowing them to join. If the recruiter tell you that you are ineligible, then you are.

In these tough economic times, there are so many unemployed people who do not have criminal backgrounds making jobs for ex-offenders and felons even more difficult. An out-of-the-box approach may be to contact elected officials in your area and ask for help. He can express his desire to be employed and once again become a productive member of society. Elected officials have staff members that answer letters and respond to inquiries from citizens. Officials that could offer assistance are: Mayors, Council Members, Commissioners, Aldermen, Board Members, Assemblymen, and Judges. Never ask for jobs, only suggestions. He may be surprised how well this works.


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Wednesday, July 2, 2014

Felon in Florida in Need of a Job

Felon in Florida in Need of a Job


Felon in Florida in Need of a Job
Hello Mr. Mayo,

I have been reading your blog, but I see nothing about getting a job in Florida.  It is really tough on a convicted felon when comes to getting a job.  Do you know of any places here who will give a felon a shot at a job?  I live in Plantation, and I have been everywhere but all I see are doors slammed in my face.

I will take anything at this point.

Jamal



Felon in Florida in Need of a Job


Hello Jamal,

I agree it is really hard for a felon.  One thing I suggest is that take anything you can get so you can build a resume, a work history and a  reference for you to build on.  Apply for as many jobs as you can because find a job for a felon is a numbers game.  The more jobs you apply for, the greater number of interviews you will get.  The more interviews you get the greater your chances will be to get a job.  Take a look at this story which is an actual case of one of my students, Real Stories of Ex-offenders and Felons Looking for Job.  It tells the story of one of my students who was having a tough time finding a job and some of the things he had to do to get hired.

From time to time, we all need a little help.  I know there was an organization in in Ft. Lauderdale that may help ex-offenders and felons get jobsThe Urban League of Broward County has a program that helps to prepare low income, unemployed and those with criminal backgrounds for jobs.  There are other resources that can help families and single people who are having a difficult time.  You can find out more about The Urban League of Broward County and what programs are available at their website.  Under that, is one of my videos that will give you other options that may lead to you getting a job.

The Urban League of Broward County
Urban League of Broward County
11 N.W. 36th Avenue
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311
954-584-0777 

"Programs designed to provide training and developmental skills necessary to enter or re-enter the workforce and become economically self-sufficient. Program benefits include educational services, job placement, GED preparation & testing, employability skills training and child care services. These programs offer participants career development opportunities through various life skills workshops, service-learning experiences, internships and apprenticeships."


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Saturday, June 7, 2014

Felon in Cali wants job as Paralegal

 Felon in Cali wants job as Paralegal

 


Felon in Cali wants job as Paralegal
I am a convicted felon and want to know if I am able to get a Paralegal degree and practice in the state of California? My conviction was for Bank Robbery. Thank you for your time.










 Felon in Cali wants job as Paralegal



Surely you can pursue a paralegal degree. The question is will you be allowed to practice in the state of California. Contact the school where the program you want is offered. Career schools usually have job placement departments that assist their graduates in finding employment.  The school will be able to tell you based on your conviction if you will be eligible to be licensed.

I hope this helps.


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Sunday, June 1, 2014

Felon in New York needs Job Info

Felon in New York needs Job Info

 


Felon in New York needs Job Info
Hello!

Thank you so much in advance for helping out convicted felons.

My brother just got out of jail after serving for 8 months for marriage fraud, he is an honorably discharged veteran of Afghanistan war and is planning to go to school now under 9/11 GI Bill program.

I was wondering if you could help and tell us where to find the info about what jobs are restricted for felons and most important what licenses they absolutely can't obtain here in NYC.

For example real estate salesperson license, or physical trainer, or any securities licensees, like Series 7 and etc....

Thanks a lot,

Best regards,

Anna.



Felon in New York needs Job Info



A: Hello Anna,

Felon in New York needs Job InfoI don't know how serious Marriage Fraud is.  I'm not sure if is a felony in the state of New York or how it is viewed by employers.  There is no list per se but certain jobs may require licensing or certifications that may be restricted to ex-offenders and felons based on their individual convictions. Your brother would have to contact each entity separately to find if he is eligible to be licensed or certified. Here is a list of occupations that require licensing in the state of New York and application information.

http://www.labor.state.ny.us/stats/lstrain.shtm#agen


I hope this helps.

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Thursday, May 15, 2014

Felon in NJ Needs Help Finding a Job

Felon in NJ Needs Help Finding a Job


Felon in NJ Needs Help Finding a JobI live in Hudson county, N.J. And I've been unemployed for over 9 months now. I've applied to over 45 different places and its always "Sorry but our insurance won't allow us to hire an ex-offender," or simply no response at all! Please tell me were does a person who hasn't been in any trouble since 2004 go an get a job?


Sincerely,

Hopeless...



 Felon in NJ Needs Help Finding a Job



Hello Hopeless,

I'm sorry you are having so much trouble. My first suggestion to every felon I meet is to contact your local One-stop Career Center. Each state has a network of centers that offer a variety of free services that can get you ready for work and assist you in finding employment. In addition, these centers offer training programs that may prepare you for a career. Some services available are:


Career planning and counseling

Workshops (Resume Writing, Interviewing Skills, and related topics.)

Computers with internet access and word processing
Felon
Daily access to thousands of job listings

Job-related magazines and local newspapers

Job postings and referrals

Printers, fax machines, phones, and copiers for job search use

The One-Stop Career Center in Hudson County is located at 438 Summit Avenue, 2nd Floor
Jersey City, NJ . Many of the counselors have experience working with ex-offenders and felons.

Everyone else can find the One-stop Career Center near them by clicking the link below:

One-stop Career Centers


You may also contact the Offender Aid and Restoration of Essex County

Offender Aid and Restoration (OAR) assists people with criminal records re-enter the community. In addition to helping clients acquire current forms of identification, OAR provides job development and placement services. Other services include transportation support and referrals for substance abuse treatment.

Contact:

Offender Aid and Restoration of Essex County, 164 Clinton Ave., St. 170, Irvington, NJ

I hope this helps.

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Monday, May 12, 2014

Ex-offender needs help finding a job in the medical field

Ex-offender needs help finding a job in the medical field

 

Ex-offender needs help finding a job in the medical field
Hello,

I live in Florida. I have a worthless check charge which was a felony reduced to a misdemeanor. It doesn't make a difference because I cannot get a job in the nursing field. When they run a background check, they say I'm ineligible to be hired.

Val




Ex-offender needs help finding a job in the medical field



Hello Val,

A misdemeanor bad check charge is not the worst charge in the world. First of all are you licensed or can you be licensed in the state of Florida? You can find out here:

http://www.doh.state.fl.us/mqa/

Ex-offender needs help finding a job in the medical fieldSecondly it is possible that the place where you applied has a policy of not hiring ex-offenders or felons? That may simply be the policy of that one organization.

I suggest you contact the school where you were trained and speak to someone in their placement department. They often have contacts that hire their graduates. Often they know the hiring practices of the organizations they work with.  Another suggestion I have for ex-offenders and felons who have medical training, is to apply to temporary employment.  Often permanent jobs are found by those who start as temporary employees.  There are also temporary employment agencies that serve the medical field.

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I also suggest going to the One-stop career center in your area. They have counselors who can assist you in finding a job. There will be other services that could be helpful to you such as employment leads from the state job bank, resume writing assistance and other helpful services. Often the counselors are experienced in finding jobs for felons and ex-offenders. You can find your local One-stop career center here:

www.servicelocator.org

I hope this helps.

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Sunday, March 23, 2014

Felon in NC may use Expungement to get Jobs

Felon in NC may use Expungement to get Jobs


Felon in NC may use Expungement to get Jobs
Hello my name is Sharon, I'm from Raleigh NC, I have a worthless check (which I paid off in 12/2004), I have an assault charge, (which it was dismissed on 11/2009 and I was found not guilty of the charge.) I'm a single mother of 3 and I haven't worked since 9/2008. I have limited income I would like to know how can I clean my background so I could get a job so I can provide for my children, it is really hard out here. can you please help me.

 




Felon in NC may use Expungement to get Jobs



Hello Sharon,

Often the ex-offender or felon job search will include some legal assistance. Since your crime is non-violent, you may be eligible to apply for expungement. Expungement would hide the conviction from public view meaning that if it is granted, it would only be visible to the court system, law enforcement and the court system. 


Felon in NC may use Expungement to get Jobs
You should consult a qualified professional that is experienced in this field to see if this is a viable option for you. Your local legal office may offer free or low cost legal services that can help with this process. The office may also have relationships with employers who are willing to hire ex-offenders. You can get more information here:



http://www.legalaidnc.org/public/Learn/Locations/Offices/Raleigh/default.aspx

To find a job, you should contact your local One-stop career center.

Felon in NC may use Expungement to get Jobs
Each state has a network of centers that offer a variety of free services that can get you ready for work and assist you in finding employment. In addition, these centers offer training programs that may prepare you for a career.

Some services available are:


Career planning and counseling

Workshops (Resume Writing, Interviewing Skills, and related topics.)

Computers with internet access and word processing

Daily access to thousands of job listings

Job-related magazines and local newspapers

Job postings and referrals

Printers, fax machines, phones, and copiers for job search use

Many career centers have counselors who are experienced in working with ex-offenders and felons.

You can find more information here:

http://www.servicelocator.org/Search/detail-info.asp?Category=CenterInformation&ParentID=31209045&state=NC
 
I hope this helps.

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