Stephanie Davison, MPAProgram Manager
Areas of expertise
- U.S. education
- Green corrections
- Youth development
- Education and workforce development
- College and career readiness
Projects & Resources
In addition to rehabilitating criminal offenders, corrections systems need to operate at maximum efficiency and be as self-sustaining as possible.
The Bridge to Employment (BTE) program works with 14-to-18-year-old students in disadvantaged communities in the United States and across the globe to mentor them about health careers and educational opportunities beyond secondary school.
This report highlights 25 lessons from the Johnson & Johnson Bridge to Employment project and celebrates its 25th anniversary.
This report includes a needs assessment and gap analysis of the skills and qualifications for workforce training in energy, health care, information technology and manufacturing in North Dakota.
This document provides an updated overview of the Bridge to Employment program and outlines its main objectives, focus areas and its positive impact among its community beneficiaries.