Getting Out and Staying Out (GOSO) is proud to announce that Michelle Pryce-Screen has been promoted to Executive Director & Chief Program Officer, and will continue to report to Vikki Pryor, President and CEO.
GOSO’s programs this past year have been enthusiastically received by participants and demonstrate their resourcefulness and resilience in the face of post-pandemic challenges. The accomplishments below demonstrate the GOSO team’s expertise and strong commitment to participants with a focus on impact and progress.
CBS News New York’s Jessi Mitchell visits SAVE East Harlem following the announcement of a $2 million US Department of Justice grant to GOSO and SAVE.
Pix11 News’ Monica Morales visits SAVE East Harlem for a day to learn about their work on the ground and their Junior Violence Interrupters program. The goal? To prevent violence before it happens.
GOSO was awarded a 2 million grant from the Department of Justice’s Office of Justice Programs. DOJ’s goal is to help reduce gun crime and other serious violence in communities across the U.S. GOSO’s reputation and positive outcomes in East Harlem have prepared us to maximize our impact.
Youth development professional William Blair has joined GOSO as our Director of Education and Employment. He will work to expand our workforce development programming to provide even more job readiness training, create more permanent job opportunities and help to enhance the overall prospects of our participants to find good careers and fulfilling lives.
We want to spotlight Terry who joined GOSO back in 2019. After a paid internship he was hired on the spot for a permanent position
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
Between holiday gatherings with friends and family and the anticipation of a brighter year ahead, December is an exciting time of year. But this December
Here’s a special look back on a celebratory night that strengthened connections, commitments from our community, and secured financial support for GOSO’s participants and our