The COVID-19 pandemic had a dramatic effect on prison systems in the United States. While the prison system has been able to slow the spread of disease, it has been difficult for many programs to resume in-person teaching.
Access to education is rarely available to incarcerated people in the United States. It is also one of the only documented solutions to recidivism.
By the end of my internship, I was able to Dockerize and deploy several applications to a K3s cluster for Project Reclass’ annual Hackday event.
Many civilians don’t have experience with the veteran population. We want to give vets a platform through the Veteran Experience series.
United States correctional facilities number in the millions, and a sizable portion of incarcerated people are held under the rule of for-profit prisons.
When a former inmate steps back into the outside world, they face the challenge of making a fresh start in their lives and careers.
I’m Theo, the Cloud Infrastructure Team Lead at Project Reclass! I’d like to discuss how we keep prices under control concerning our AWS Infrastructure.
It’s imperative that we always consider our users’ needs above our own. This means asking the right questions and collecting quantitative data.
I wanted one thing, and one thing only: find a way to bring down Project Reclass. But first, I had to get inside the organization.
On October 3rd our team at Project Reclass held our inaugural HackDay. Take a look at what you may have missed.