Program Website: www.fepps.org Contact: Executive Director: Tanya Erzen, email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org , Phone Number: 206.729.2480, Mailing Address: 2311 N 45th St #178 Seattle, WA 98103 Program Description: Our mission is to provide a rigorous college program to incarcerated women in Washington and create pathways to higher education after women are released from prison. Degrees/Programs Offered: […]
Program Website: http://www.blackprisonerscaucus.org/currentprogramsofbpc/t-e-a-c-h Contacts: Dr. Gilda Sheppard – email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org Program Description: Degrees Offered: Programs Offered: Unique Features: Headquarters: Correctional Facilities Served: BPC sponsors programs and activities at the Washington State Reformatory (WSR) at Monroe, Clallam Bay Correctional Center (CBCC) and in the community. Population Served: Number of Students: Graduates to Date: Year Founded: Founders: College/University/Organization Partnerships: Funding:
Program Website: N/A Contacts: Kristyn Whisman, Dean of Corrections Education email@example.com, 360.794.2651 Program Description: Edmonds Community College is contracted through the WA State Board for Community and Technical Colleges by the WA Department of Corrections to offer pre-college and post-secondary level courses at the Monroe Correctional Complex in Monroe, WA. Course offerings include High School Equivalency preparation […]
University Beyond Bars (UBB) provides higher education to incarcerated men on-site at the Monroe Correctional Complex in Monroe, Washington. UBB’s mission is twofold: 1) to transform Washington’s prisons into communities of learning by providing post-secondary education to the incarcerated, particularly to prisoners of color, and 2) to educate the public about prison issues. The men who are incarcerated who have earned their GED can choose from two educational pathways: one offers non-credit, college-level courses and the offers credit-bearing college courses. We have expanded to provide college preparatory instruction as well. Our twice monthly Arts and Lectures series, with guest speakers from a variety of disciplines, is open to all people who are incarcerated at the facility.
The college prep classes at Green Hill and Maple Lane offer incarcerated participants the opportunity to work with teachers and students from The Evergreen State College…(read more)