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.
Yesterday, Getting Out and Staying Out had the great privilege of meeting Charlamagne tha God, co-host of the radio show The Breakfast Club and outspoken
Last week, we were proud to honor a number of young men at GOSO’s graduation for all of their hard work in our program. Congratulations
Michael Thorne recently took the time to consider how GOSO has impacted his life: Before I came to GOSO I was truly a different person than
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
TICKETS ON SALE SOON Mark your calendars for our upcoming 6th Annual Gala! Ticket and other information will be coming soon.
In our East Harlem office, we have built a community around our library. The books in our library have all been donated by the legendary
NYC RE-ENTRY ORGANIZATION “GETTING OUT AND STAYING OUT” HONORS NYC TAQUERIA CHAIN DOS TOROS FOR PROVIDING FORMERLY INCARCERATED YOUNG MEN OPPORTUNITIES TO EARN AND ADVANCE
Getting Out and Staying Out (GOSO) founder featured on ABC7’s Viewpoint to describe better ways of reducing prison recidivism
For the past few weeks, PIX11 has been focused on reform inside Riker’s Island, looking at the violence and corruption plaguing the jail. Caught in the middle are inmates, many of whom want to turn their lives around once they get out. Yet, in so many cases, they simply do not know how and many end up back on a path of crime, back inside Rikers.