A partnership with The Last Mile means we share in each other’s successes. Listen to the stories from other organizations about the mutual benefit of our partnerships.
TLM launched the first ever Chromebook program that allows students to take laptops back to their housing units.
The Last Mile provides technology training for high-demand jobs to incarcerated individuals in facilities across the US
SiriusXM Launches Powerful New Show About Justice System Reform and Paving the Road to Success for the Formerly Incarcerated
Hear from TLM’s Classroom Facilitator, Katy Gilbert, and Executive Director, Sydney Heller on the impact of this program.
New Audio and Video Production Program (AVP) leverages LinkedIn Learning content and Avid Certifications to help incarcerated students within the Indiana Department of Correction build the skills they need to get hired; TLM’s innovative computer engineering and coding program has successfully expanded to 10 states across the U.S.
Pilot program at Pelican Bay State Prison enables students in TLM’s coding program to take laptops into housing units for continuing education
55% of formerly incarcerated people end up back behind bars. Learning to code can change everything for life after prison.
I never thought that what I experienced on the inside could help during a pandemic like coronavirus. But needs are similar: purpose, routine, positivity.