Dear Friends of GOSO, I am honored and thrilled to introduce myself to you as the new President and CEO of Getting Out and Staying
This month, we kicked off a new initiative: our Advanced Curriculum! When a participant joins our community program, he must complete a Two Week Job
Why did you decide to join GOSO? My friend had told me about the programs, and I especially was interested in the high school equivalency
2020 marks not only the start to a new year, but also a new DECADE! Here at GOSO, we’re excited for this fresh start and
GOSO is able to reach hundreds of justice-involved young men each year because we have a strong team of dedicated and passionate individuals who show
Getting Out and Staying Out (GOSO), the nonprofit that has helped more than 10,000 formerly incarcerated and justice-involved young men access education, achieve emotional well-being and secure meaningful employment, has named Jocelynne Rainey, Chief Administrative Officer of the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation, as its new President & CEO.
For 15 years, Getting Out and Staying Out (GOSO) has been a pillar of support for justice-involved young men in New York City. Participants know that they can count on GOSO to be an accepting, safe space to thrive as they reenter their communities and build productive lives.
Small Business Saturday, on November 30th, is all about showing up for and supporting the local businesses that keep our communities flourishing and resilient. We’re grateful
Why did you decide to join GOSO? I heard about GOSO when I was at Rikers Island in 2016. Mr. Goldsmith visited my building and
Our incredible network of volunteers makes our work possible. They provide invaluable service that complements the work of our staff. Volunteers work with our participants