a non-profit organization, is a community of individuals committed to building public/private sector partnerships to promote economic and social justice through accredited education, job skills training and career development. RFN’s mission is to provide accessible, affordable pathways for people impacted by incarceration to build better lives for themselves and their families.
is a leader in providing quality and accredited high school diploma programs through distance education with a well-rounded academic foundation, leading to social and economic mobility. Students can earn an accredited high school diploma while living anywhere in the world.
provides web-based access to accredited education, job skills training and career development opportunities for people impacted by incarceration. Our platform and services are also available to community organizations, companies that hire returning citizens and correctional facilities, including correctional staff members and their families.
seeks to drive awareness and action in schools, families and communities on how to move from food insecurity to food security. Through its school education program, learners are taught the importance of eating nutritious food and provided with Grow Your Own Food kits to grow their own vegetables at school, home or in their communities.
NxGen Media and Reflecting Freedom Network partner to provide 7.1 million people FREE web-based reentry support through RFN’s restorative justice initiative, 1NetworkUSA.
NxGen Media, an innovative Missouri-based internship program, announced its groundbreaking partnership with Reflecting Freedom Network (RFN), a Florida-based nonprofit. Together they will link The Justice Beat Talk Show audience of 7.1 million people to FREE web-based, accredited education and job skills training through RFN’s reentry initiative, 1NetworkUSA.
EDUCATION AND EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES TO REDUCE RECIDIVISM
Reflecting Freedom Network (RFN) and Citizens Education, Inc. (CEI) announced a new partnership to offer online accredited education, career development and essential skills training to address the systemic problem of recidivism and increasing economic inequality for at-risk individuals. The initiative is funded through a wide range of international philanthropic initiatives, including foundations, individual grant-makers and reentry service providers.
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