Job Title: Coordinator of Rikers Island Reentry Services Summary: Getting Out and Staying Out is an innovative reentry program serving young men (16-24) during and
After the crowds leave the shopping centers on Black Friday and the online traffic settles down on Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday is an opportunity to give
Mid-terms can be a stressful time for college students. But with preparation and hard work, GOSO Guys are rising to the challenge! Louis, one of
Growing up in the Bronx, GOSO client Keybo C. was faced with more than his share of negative influences and experiences. This personal history has
October 2 is International Nonviolence Day and we’d like to acknowledge the great, life-saving work done every day by SAVE Cure Violence (Stand Against Violence
We’re going to the movies, and you’re invited to come with us. On October 12, 2018, GOSO will be attending a screening of an important
Job Title: Social Worker/Career Manager and Coordinator of Vocational Services Summary: Located in East Harlem, Getting Out and Staying Out (GOSO) is a comprehensive reentry
Jonathan C. remembers the first time he knew he was destined for a career in the limelight. “I was at home watching Kevin Hart — one of his stand-up specials. I remember noticing the audience reactions, and how he brought so much laughter to the room. I thought — ‘I can do that!'”
The successful East Harlem-based post-prison reentry nonprofit Getting Out and Staying Out (GOSO) is excited to announce the addition of esteemed CNN news anchor John Berman to its Board of Directors.
At GOSO, we focus our efforts on teaching the hard and soft skills that our clients need in order to find success in the workforce, and computer skills workshops are part of the basic foundation of our two-week Job-Readiness Curriculum. Using Microsoft Office, e-mailing, and even typing are skills that have become second-nature. However, for many GOSO clients it’s the first time they’re being exposed to these different programs. It’s important to us that our clients become comfortable and ultimately master these skills so that they are opened up to more job opportunities.