GOSO Co-Founder, President, and CEO Mark L. Goldsmith was delighted to join host Danny Tisdale on his podcast, The Danny Tisdale Show. The two spoke about Mr. Goldsmith’s years of working as an executive in the cosmetic industry, how that experience shaped his approach to working with young men at Rikers Island, and the principles on which Getting Out & Staying Out (GOSO) came to be founded.
Post-prison reentry program Getting Out and Staying Out (GOSO) and Stand Against Violence East Harlem (SAVE) hosted a successful first Hoops Against Violence tournament attended by more than 300 Harlem youth on Saturday.
Aleta Maxwell, chief human resources officer at the New York-based chain Dos Toros, said her company has had considerable success in hiring workers through Getting Out and Staying Out, or GOSO, a New York-based organization that seeks to find gainful employment for young men who have had run-ins with the law.
GOSO’s work was recently recognized in City Journal, a quarterly magazine published by the NYC-based think tank Manhattan Institute for Policy Research. In a special issue
New York Nonprofit Media Buzz: The post-prison reentry organization Getting Out and Staying Out last night celebrated thirteen years of hard work both on the part of
This week, GOSO Co-Founder and President Mark Goldsmith sat down with New York Nonprofit Media‘s Aimée Simpierre to discuss GOSO’s vital work with criminal justice-involved
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Harlem Antiviolence Organization Launches New Initiative Mika Basson / September 29, 2016 Harlem’s antiviolence organization, Getting Out and Staying Out, officially launched the Stand
Getting Out and Staying Out (GOSO) founder featured on ABC7’s Viewpoint to describe better ways of reducing prison recidivism