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Our Strategic Partnerships

Academic institutions, dedicated philanthropists and private businesses have partnered with the School of Reentry to create meaningful change in the lives of our students and society broadly.

The School of Reentry cultivates public/private partnerships to provide additional resources to those it serves. These special relationships create opportunities for participants to experience diverse programming, pursue new interests, and accelerate their personal growth. Our alumni success would not be possible without their creativity, initiative, and imagination. 

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Engage and Join Us

We believe each partnership creates a mutually enriching experience for students, program staff and the supporting organization. Currently, the School of Reentry is seeking programmatic opportunities for hands on learning as well as private philanthropists who share the school’s vision for reducing recidivism in Massachusetts.

If you would like to engage in conversation about meaningful ways to advance our unique mission, please contact Lisa Millwood, Executive Director of the School of Reentry, at Lisa.Millwood@mass.gov

A Word of Thanks to Our Partners

The School of Reentry would like to express its heartfelt thanks to the dedicated organizations who have supported our unique mission. As part of their commitment, they have designed, funded, and staffed programming with thoughtful accommodations for those preparing for life beyond incarceration.

Ben Franklin Institute of Technology
Brandeis University
Coders Beyond Bars
Gardiner Howland Shaw Foundation
Jubilee Christian Church
Life Gains, Inc.
Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education
Massachusetts Office of Labor and Workforce Development
Massachusetts Prison Education Consortium
Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MIT-TEJI
Petey Greene
Roxbury Community College
Span, Inc.
Strive Boston
The Phoenix
The Timothy Smith Network
University of Massachusetts-Boston
Yetman House

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