D.B. Tree Service, Quincy Mass (Groundspeople)

UPS South Boston, MA (package handlers and drivers)

Snap Chef South Boston, MA (Cooks)

Boston Baking Quincy, MA

Labor Ready Quincy, MA (manual labor)

Adecco Staffing, Norwood MA (employment agency)

Meineke Car Center N.E. Region (Sales resp and technicians)

Ex-Offender Resources is a project of the Prisoner Re-entry Working Group.

They have compiled a comprehensive guide for ex-prisoners returning to their communities across the Boston Area.  The guide is online, and also is at Chuck Turner’s Office and in the Dudley Branch Library.  You can click on the site below to check out the resource.  There are suggestions for food, employment training, fuel, housing, transportation, medical, faith, etc.

On September 21st, 2006 the Boston Workers Alliance worked with the Second Chance Job Fair to hold a CORI Friendly Job Fair at the Hyatt Hotel in Downtown Boston. BWA helped register over 25 people for the fair. Over 200 applicants were in attendance.
The following businesses were in attendance at the job fair:

The BWA is interested in helping our members begin new Worker Owned Cooperatives as a better style of business that gives power to the workers and keeps wealth in our community. Below is a brief definition of a “Worker Coop” abridged from the US Federation of Worker Cooperatives website: