HOPE Goes to Cleveland

This weekend, four members from the HOPE Team travelled to Cleveland to present at the Correctional Education Association's International Leadership Forum. Dr. Theresa Ochoa, Sarah Swank, Helena Flores, and Haley Clements talked about the HOPE program in their presentation, titled "Reducing Juvenile Recidivism through Mentoring Support During and After Incarceration". The ladies had a great time exploring Cleveland and an even better time presenting their work to the receptive audience! The pictures below are from the conference and their travels through Cleveland.

First Facility Fashion Show with HOPE

This past March, HOPE Mentoring hosted its first fashion show at Madison Juvenile Correctional Facility (MJCF). This event was one of the Stepping Out workshops the HOPE organization has been implementing at MJCF. The workshops aim to give girls a chance to both practice their employment skills and connect with community supports and resources. The fashion show was very successful and enjoyable not only for the girls in the facility but also for the numerous volunteers and facility workers. The main purpose of the fashion show and presentation was to show the girls how to properly present themselves, either during a professional job interview or in the workplace. Several mentors and mentees

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CAROLINE CROUCH

Statewide Juvenile Mentoring Co-Director

camcrouc@indiana.edu

317.833.6240

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W.W. Wright Education Building 

201 N. Rose Avenue

Bloomington, IN 47405

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DR. THERESA OCHOA

Executive Director

tochoa@indiana.edu

812.856.8135

KIMBERLY INGOLD

Statewide Juvenile Mentoring Co-Director

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317.666.1715

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