Our website is dedicated to helping those who have gone through the criminal justice system and are looking for successful reentry into society. This is more than just a website, it’s a community of people helping each other that was created by those who want to help get felons back to work and live normal lives. If this is your first time visiting our website, we recommend you visit our Jobs For Felons page to start your job search, or go to our getting started page to understand all of the information and resources we have available.
Helping felons find jobs is the core of what we do and why this website was created. We have in-depth lists of jobs for felons by city and state, companies that hire felons, job training resources, and even our own job board.
If this is your first time visiting Jobs For Felons Hub, we know that you’re struggling to find employment. We understand how frustrating this is and want you to know that every month we have 60,000+ people just like you visiting our website looking for work with a felony on their record.
The great news is that you finally stumbled on the resource you need to find work again. Our entire website is dedicated to helping you find employment and we have six different segments to this page that will help you. You can use the quick navigation below to find out more.
FREE Guide: Jobs For Felons
Getting employed with a felony isn’t easy and we’ve created this guide to help. Whether you’re looking to work for others, or want to become self employed, this guide will explain your options and some tips along the way.
GET THE GUIDE
We’re very proud to say that we’ve established partnerships that help our visitors connect with lawyers to get FREE legal consultations. Whether it be felony expungement, criminal defense, or other legal issues, our partners can help!
There are many resources out to help felons, but most people don’t know they exist. Things like a website to build your resume, a company that sells services to reduce the cost of calls from prisons, and more.
Sometimes it’s just better to get help from a reentry program in your local area. With that being said, we’ve listed all of the different reentry programs that we could find.
VIEW REENTRY PROGRAMS
Voting Rights For Felons
Regardless of the state you live in, your voting rights were impacted by your felony record. Every state policy is different, and here you can learn about the state you live in and how to vote again.
LEARN MY RIGHTS