95% of incarcerated individuals eventually rejoin society. Incarceration often leads to major setbacks in a person’s career. A majority of those released are re-incarcerated within 5 years.
Reclassification is the process of transitioning from one military occupational specialty to another. At Project Reclass, we believe investing upfront in individuals who are working towards financial independence makes enduring improvements to our communities. We are a team of civic-minded industry professionals passionate about helping individuals striving for upward mobility to reclassify.
Career readiness is a significant hurdle when reentering society. Knowing how to navigate the job search process and prepare useful documents like cover letters and resumes is a crucial skill. Incarcerated people may be unsure how to present their strengths to employers and put their best foot forward in the career hunt. ReVision, our cover letter-focused workshop with accompanying curriculum materials, teaches writing skills and shares tips for job hunting as our answer to this issue.
Computer Networks are the backbone of the modern internet. The highly distributed and global nature of networking infrastructure ensures its long-term relevance in business, government, and telecommunication. Although there exists a high barrier to entry today, our in-house learning platform, ToyNet, aims to increase the accessibility of Computer Networking fundamentals through step-by-step, interactive learning modules. ToyNet prepares learners for the CompTIA Network+ certification, allowing inmates to accumulate marketable skills while serving their prison sentences.
Deliver in-person job hunting and cover letter writing course.
Publish a free seven part video course on job hunting and cover letter writing.
Finish building a demo of the ToyNet learning platform.
Reclass Ltd. becomes an approved 501(c)(3) nonprofit!
Deliver first class at Rutledge State Prison.
Kunal and Tay whiteboard Project Reclass as an idea.
Executive Director, Technical Program Manager at DataDog
Tay is an engineer living inn the City of New York. She has been founding enduring volunteer organizations over a decade. She also has over 7 years of software engineering experience at some of the world’s leading technology firms including Datadog, Bloomberg, Amazon and Google. Tay is committed to eradicating barriers to economic mobility through both career mentorship programs and free educational technology.
Head of Philanthropy, Captain in U.S. Army
Kunal is an Active Duty Army Officer and United States Military Academy at West Point graduate stationed in Maryland. He was previously stationed in Camp Casey, South Korea where he served as a field artillery platoon leader and fire support officer. He has also served in Fort Gordon, Georgia within the Cyber Center of Excellence. Kunal founded Project Reclass to help individuals find pathways to success through authentic, human relationships.