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Winfield Correctional Facility residents complete In2Work program

by Carol Pitts last modified Jun 03, 2022 09:57 AM
Three Winfield Correctional Facility residents were recently recognized for completion of a program designed to reduce recidivism.

In2Work seeks to break the cycle of recidivism by helping men and women learn the fundamentals of working in a food service or retail warehouse environment.

"Combined with practical work experience and a nationally recognized certificate, these skills put the residents on stronger footing to reenter the workforce upon release," said Kansas Secretary of Corrections Jeff Zmuda.

The program covers kitchen basics, food service management and the ServSafe certification. Those who participate in the program complete class work, quizzes and a final exam.

Gaining employment that pays a livable wage is a foundation of success once an individual is released from prison. The program is sponsored in partnership with Aramark, KDOC's contracted food service provider. 

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