Re-entry Counselor (Government Service) apprenticeship

Description of an apprenticeship as a Re-entry Counselor (Government Service)

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Re-entry Counselor (Government Service) apprenticeship

DOT Code: 045.107-010

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The Reentry Counselor will provide reentry planning and case management services for people transitioning after incarceration, probation and parole. The Reentry Counselor will work with community based organizations, with the Sheriff's Department and inmates. During the term of apprenticeship the Reentry Counselor will become familiar with "reentry-focused" resources as well as other counseling responsibilities as deemed appropriate by the Assistant Superintendent of the Community Safety Center, or his authorized agent.

Work Process Schedule

Task Hours
A. Work with community agencies 1000
B. Work with Members of the Sheriff's Department 1000
C. Case management 1000
D. Portfolios/data 1000
(Every 2,000 hours = one year) total hours: 4,000


Related technical instruction

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts requires 150 hours each year of related technical instruction which must be mastered by the apprentice in order to successfully complete the program. For further information, please call the Division of Apprentice Standards at (617) 626-5409.

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