BYP100 has four positions they are looking to fill:
BYP 100 is an activist member-based organization of Black 18-35 year olds, dedicated to creating justice and freedom for all Black people. We do this through building a collective focused on transformative leadership development, direct action organizing, advocacy and education.
Managing Director: Clean Slate Initiative
The Clean Slate Initiative is looking to hire a Managing Director who will work collaboratively to develop and implement strategies for investing Clean Slate Initiative’s technical, political, policy, and communications support, and campaign funds in order to win state legislative campaigns across the country. The MD will collaborate with and coordinate the anchor organizations in the technical assistance that, collectively the Clean Slate Initiative provides to states. The MD will also manage central campaign staff, who will provide direct support to state campaigns.
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Vice President: Program and Partnerships: (Re:Power)
Position: Vice President: Program and Partnerships
Status: Full-time, Exempt
Location: Anywhere in the U.S. convenient to regular travel
Deadline: Open until filled
As a member of the senior leadership team and reporting to the Executive Director, the Vice President of Programs and Partnerships will lead a high performing team of Principals and Program Managers to coach, train, advise, support and work alongside leadership and staff of color at frontline progressive and social justice organizations. This person should have experience in community, electoral, political, or labor organizing as well as deep experience as a trainer and facilitator.
The Los Angeles County Department of Health Services
has released a Work Order Solicitation (WOS) to seek one or more Respondents to enter into a Work Order with the County to provide Employment and Education Services. Please be advised that in order to apply for this WOS, Respondents must already have a Supportive and/or Housing Services Master Agreement (SHSMA). If a Respondent does not have a SHSMA in place, Respondents may also apply for a SHSMA at the time as applying for this WOS.
The solicitation is now posted at the Department of Health Services’ website and click on the DHS open bids link on the left). The link for the WOS is titled, SHSMA Work Order Solicitation (WOS) for Employment and Education Services.
If you need to apply for a SHSMA, it is located on the same page and titled, Request for Statement of Qualifications (RFSQ) for Supportive and/or Housing Services.
Executive Director / The Innocence Project

This is an extraordinary opportunity for the right person to lead the Innocence Project into its next phase of impact. The organization has experienced 27 years of steady growth, and is now 80 staff members strong with a budget of $19M, in addition to nearly $30M of pro bono local and national law firm services. The Innocence Project’s staff is based in New York City. For more information click HERE.

Executive Director / The Sentencing Project

This is a unique opportunity to take the helm of a leading organization in the movement to reduce the US prison population. The Sentencing Project is seeking an experienced, dynamic, visionary, and skilled leader to oversee all facets of the organization’s work and to guide it into its next stage of development.  For more information click HERE.

New York County Reentry Task Force Coordinator
Exodus Transitional Community, Inc.

- East Harlem, NY
$65,000 a year
the New York County Reentry Task Force Coordinator – starting salary is $65k. S/he will supervise a team of 3 Service Coordinators and report to me. The Service Coordinator positions will also be posted soon. For more information click HERE.

A Step to Freedom Inc.
Bilingual Resident Aid

A Step to Freedom



Entry Level Position

Spanish Speaker Preferred

The Center for Justice at Columbia University
Program Manager 
The Center for Justice at Columbia University is looking to hire a Program Manager for their Beyond the Bars Conference and Fellowship Program.
Christ Centered Ministries in Los Angeles, CA is looking for one Client Aide to join our 145 person strong team. Our ideal candidate is a self-starter, motivated, and hard-working.
The Client Aide is responsible for the building security, program structure, and safety of the clients in his/her assigned facility during the evening / nighttime hours. They are accountable for the needs of the program (environment of care, compliance, documentation, first aid and crisis management).

To apply please contact : Jameese Smith jameese@christcenteredministries.org

Two openings at the Courage Campaign

#1: Communications Director - lead their communications work, own their messaging at the organizational level, and bottomline their strategy to be a leading progressive voice in California politics. This would be a good fit for a great writer and storyteller with significant communications experience who cares deeply about social justice and has both the skills and the drive to advance powerful narratives that will move the needle on political conversations across California.
#2: Director of Elections - lead their endorsement and voter mobilization work in 2020 (and beyond). This would be a good fit for a veteran political strategist with a deep understanding of candidate campaigns, the skill and patience to navigate complex coalition dynamics, a nuanced grasp of earned media and digital organizing in an electoral setting, and the courage to challenge corporate Democrats.
The salary range for both roles is $72-88k, and both jobs are remote from anywhere in California.
Applicants for either role will be considered on a rolling basis, with priority given to those who apply before September 18, 2019. So if you're interested, it's best to get in your application ASAP.
The HOPICS Team is growing!

We are looking for dedicated and devoted individuals to contribute to our team. There are currently several positions open at HOPICS

Click here to visit the HOPICS Careers Page

The Los Angeles Metro Debate League is looking for an Executive Director
LAMDL is an equity-focused youth leadership org. The new ED wouldn’t need to know anything about debate to succeed, just have a willingness to connect with the mission and purpose of the organization. They are looking for someone:
  • Passionate about issues of youth voice, equity, and school reform
  • Significant experience & success in fundraising
  • Experience building partnerships with districts & schools
  • Candidates of color strongly encouraged to apply

More Info


for long time LARRP steering Committee Partner
Amity Foundation LA

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The AMITY FOUNDATION is also looking for a COOK
Responsible for the preparation of all meals, assuring that the meals are prepared on time, assuring that sanitation, nutrition and safety are priorities at all times, and assuming responsibility for following all recipes in order to maintain quality and cost control.
For Details please contact Desiree Acuna

LARRP Steering Committee member Healthright 360 currently has over 100 jobs in the Los Angeles area.

CLICK HERE to see them all!

INVEST is a program launched by LA County Workforce Development, Aging and Community Services (WDACS) and Probation Department, in collaboration with the County Office of Diversion and Re-Entry (ODR), to create employment opportunities for Adult Probationers in L.A. County. The program coordinates Probation supervision programs with the WDACS' workforce development system to provide training and support that will help Probationers enter into the workforce on a meaningful career path.


Shields for Families

Over 15 positions are posted for a wide range of human services positions, including for program managers, administrative assistants, drivers, mental health coordinators, community health workers, and Controller. Joe Paul Jr., Director of Workforce Programs joined the LARRP Steering Committee in March. To see a full list of open positions with Shields, click here.

Volunteers of America

LARRP member organization VOA is looking to fill over 100 positions! VOA has dozens of openings for case managers, housing specialists, monitors, and outreach workers, as well as clinical directors, program managers and job developers. Do you see yourself giving back to the community, making a meaningful difference in impacted people’s lives, helping to end homelessness and keeping people out of the revolving doors of LA County jail? If so, there may be the right job for you here.


The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) Has many job openings.


SHIELDS currently has OPEN POSITIONS. For more information, please visit


Hire outside the box!

LARRP Employment Committee, Center for Living and Learning and LA:RISE showing up for #FairChanceHiring.

Employment Reentry Tools


Facts and Myths: Health Care Employment Opportunities for People with Criminal Records

Hosted by the National Reentry Resource Center
Health care is one of the fastest-growing employment sectors in the country, with the demand for qualified workers greatly exceeding supply in many areas. But people who have criminal records are often unable to enter or advance within this relatively high-paying sector due to a complex web of legal barriers that make jobs and licenses difficult or impossible to obtain.

This webinar separates the myths from the facts about these barriers in order to develop a better understanding of the true scope and impact of employment-related collateral consequences in the health care sector.

New Roads to Second Chances:
Want to Work? Chrysalis can Help!

Chrysalis is looking for workers for New Roads, a transitional job and job placement program for formerly incarcerated men and women currently on parole or probation. The program is made possible by a partnership between the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) and the City of Los Angeles Mayor’s Office of Reentry, and is managed by Chrysalis. Chrysalis is a job preparation agency designed to help individuals find, get, and keep a job.

Interested participants can go to a Chrysalis orientation at any of our three locations, 8:00 am Monday – Thursday. If you have any questions, please feel free to email Joseph Wise, Project Manager for Roads at joseph.wise@changelives.org

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LARRP Employment Committee Chair
Maria Alexandra

Employment Committee


February 20, 2020
9:00 - 11:00 
Location TBD
Committee Goals

The goals of the Employment Work Group are to:

  • Research evidence-based/best practices in the areas of vocational and soft-skills training, apprenticeships, and on-the-job training;
  • Explore Community Benefit Agreements/labor agreements;
  • Identify entrepreneurial opportunities to improve and increase employment readiness and job placement for formerly incarcerated or convicted people in LA County.

Employment Committee Mission

 “To increase employment amongst the reentry population, resulting in greater stability, self-sufficiency, and an improved quality of life for the community at-large.”


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Ban the Box Fair Chance Initiative 

California Fair Chance Act (AB 1008) – “Ban the Box” Frequently Asked Questions


Employers with 26 or more employees:

07/01/2017                       $12.00
07/01/2018                       $13.25
07/01/2019                       $14.25
07/01/2020                       $15.00


Employers with 25 or fewer employees or Non-profit corporations with 26 or more employees with approval to pay a deferred rate:

07/01/2017                       $10.50
07/01/2018                       $12.00
07/01/2019                       $13.25
07/01/2020                       $14.25
07/01/2021                       $15.00

Employee Remedies including, but are not limited to, the following:

• Payment of wages unlawfully withheld;
• Payment of Sick Time Benefits unlawfully withheld; and/or
• An additional penalty of up to $120 to the Employee and up to $50 to the City for each day that either violation occurred or continued.
• In cases of retaliation, the Employee may be entitled to reinstatement and trebled the above.

An aggrieved Employee may file a civil court action.

Brookings has come out with a new report on occupational licensing.

Here’s a summary:
Occupational licensing - the legal requirement that a credential is obtained in order to practice a profession—is a common labor market regulation that ostensibly exists to protect public health and safety. However, by limiting access to many occupations, licensing imposes substantial costs: consumers pay higher prices, economic opportunity is reduced for unlicensed workers, and even those who successfully obtain licenses must pay upfront costs and face limited geographic mobility. In addition, licensing often prescribes and constrains the ways in which work is structured, limiting innovation and economic growth.

Researchers have studied these licensing impacts, and much of their analysis is well-summarized in a 2015 report released by the Obama administration. One important finding is that licensed workers tend to earn more than similar workers who are not required to obtain licenses: they receive a wage premium relative to unlicensed workers.

Click here to read the full article

Success Stories

Employment changes lives. Success is possible. We would like to share some of those success stories with you.

mcith_RickyRicky’s Story
Prior to accessing services in the community, Ricky lived life in the fast lane. He faced huge barriers in his job search; limited work experience, a felony conviction, and a large employment gap. He felt lost, and did not know how to explain these barriers to an employer. Despite his barriers, Ricky was determined to succeed.
Click here to read Ricky’s story.


mcith_ErnieErnie’s Story
“I grew up in Southeast Los Angeles where three generations of my family lived and began using drugs and alcohol at age seven. My father was a heroin supplier to the East Los Angeles area, and was either in prison or just never home.
Click here to read Ernie’s story


Ron’s Story

I left home when I was 17; I had been abused by my stepfather and had been using drugs for about 4 years. I ended up in Hollywood about a year later with no money and no place to live in 1977. I met many people involved with drugs and began using them myself. I spent the years between 1985 and 1999 going in and out of prison, being homeless and addicted to drugs.
Click here to read Ron’s story