(Employment Life Skills)
Anthony Fagan did 7 years in prison. Upon his release he joined 2nd calls wolf pack. Here, he was introduced to the union life, and became an apprentice in the UBC local 213. Over the next 4 years he raced through the Apprentice stages. And two weeks after he Journeyed out(completed the apprenticeship program) He became a superintendent for PCL construction, a general contractor.
After 23 years in prison, Richard is in his 7th year as a Union Electrician Journeyman thanks to his own efforts and hard work but also because of the relationships he formed as a participant of 2nd Call.
Warren Goodman spent 18 years in prison for a murder he didn't commit and after being found suitable for parole he returned to society not angry or bitter and joined the 2nd Call wolfpack. Since that time he endured the hard process of studying and has become an IBEW local 11 union general foreman and is an example for others.
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