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Reentry Curriculum 


Chapter 1: Changing the thinking changes the behavior, 7-7-7

Chapter 2: Your beliefs system

Chapter 3: The responsible adult

Chapter 4: Goal setting

Chapter 5: Time Management

Chapter 6: Initial Assessment/Checklist

Chapter 7: Documentation

Chapter 8: Food & Shelter

Chapter 9: Resume & Job Application

Chapter 10: The Interview

Chapter 11: The Job & Work Ethics

Chapter 12: Education

Chapter 13: Substance Abuse and Mental Health

Chapter 14: Relationships

Chapter 15: Parole Supervision

Chapter 16: Community Resources

Chapter 17: Budget & Money Management

Chapter 18: Credit

Chapter 19: Banking

Chapter 20: Putting it all together

Chapter 21: Final Assessment       



Schools & Non-profits Curriculum



Success leaves tracks! If you change your thinking, you change the behaviors. Inevitably you change the outcomes and the conditions in your life. The principles for growth. Developing a personal mission statement congruent with self-values.


How to set goals:

To achieve all that you can achieve you must develop a clear sense of direction. A person with goals makes progress even on the roughest road. Goals are the compass to a straight and definitive destination.


Time management:

You cannot manage time but you can manage yourself. Time is perishable and cannot be saved. It can only be spent. Participants learn to spend time differently, reallocating activities of lower value into activities of higher value.


Budgeting-Money Management:

Financial literacy is the ability to understand how money works in the world. More specifically, it refers to the set of skills that allows an individual to make informed and effective decisions with all of their financial resources, budgeting minimum wage. 



What is credit? Credit bureau, Credit rating, Credit scoring, Types of credit, Income/Credit ratio, what is the statute of limitations for credit? Removing a claim from your report. Credit Consolidation, Debt Settlement, Bankruptcy Chapter 7 & 13. 


Banking Services:

How to open an account, Simple interest Vs. Compound interest, types of accounts, Underwriting and basic loan products. Debit card Vs Prepaid card, fees, how to avoid them. Overdraft protection, direct deposit. How to read and balance a checkbook. 



Real Estate Basic


Chapter 1: Why Real Estate

Chapter 2: Economy

Chapter 3: Federal Reserve

Chapter 4: Taxes Primary Residence

Chapter 5: Taxes Income Property

Chapter 6: Search Investigate Analyze

Chapter 7: Purchase Offer Purchase Agreement

Chapter 8: Finance Application/Process Renegotiate

Chapter 9: Closing

Chapter 10: Ownership, Management, Rehab & Equity

Chapter 11: Foreclosure

Chapter 12: Real Estate Math

Chapter 13: Types of Mortgages

Chapter 14: Creative Finance

Chapter 15: Putting it all together

Chapter 16: Real Estate Dictionary


Real Estate Advance


Chapter 1: Real Estate Appraisal

Chapter 2: Legal Consideration

Chapter 3: Formal Appraisal Process

Chapter 4: Neighborhood, Community

Chapter 5: Real Estate Economics and Value

Chapter 6: Property Inspection and Analysis: The Site

Chapter 7: Property Inspection and Analysis: Improvements

Chapter 8: The Sales Comparison Approach

Chapter 9: Analyzing and Adjusting Comparable Sales

Chapter 10: Valuing the Site

Chapter 11: Introducing the Cost Approach

Chapter 12: Estimating Loss in Value: Accrued Depreciation

Chapter 13: Income Capitalization Rate and Techniques

Chapter 14: Reconciling Estimates and Reporting Opinions

Chapter 15: The Income Approach

Chapter 16: Appraising Special Ownership and Interest



Entrepreneurship Basic



Phase 1 - Product Development

Identifying Your Business Concept
Market Share
Business Structure
Business Operations


Phase 2 - Corporate Identity

Who We Are
Internal Structure
Initial Contact
Customer Service & Support


Phase 3 - Sales & Marketing

Sales Systems
Forced Awareness Marketing
Campaign Implementation


Phase 4 - Management & Operations

Marketing Campaign ROI
Quality Assurance
Tracking & Reporting
Record Keeping



Entrepreneurship Advance 


Executive Summary

Mission Statement

Product/Service Description

Opportunity Analysis

Target Market




Marketing Strategy



Start-Up Investment

(A) Expenditures $
(B) 3 months of fixed expenses $
(C) Contingency ($)*2=$
Total Start-Up Investment ($+$+$)=$


Section I

1.2 Mission
1.3 Values


Section II

2.1 Industry and Type of Business
2.2 Customer Needs, Wants, and Desires
2.3 Legal Structure and Ownership


Section III

3.1 Features & Benefits to Organizations
Features & Benefits to Individuals
3.2 How It Works


Section IV

4.1 Industry Analysis
4.2 Opportunity Analysis
4.3 Target Market Analysis
Market Segmentation
Primary Segment
Secondary Segment
Consumer Profile
4.4 Competitive Analysis
Core Competencies
The Offer
Target Market
Service Delivery Capability
4.5 SWOT Analysis


Section V

Marketing Strategies
5.1 Marketing Mix


Section VI. Sales Strategies

6.1 Promotional Mix
Direct Sales
Direct Marketing
High Quality Prospect
Public Relations
Overcoming Objection
Visual Merchandising
6.2 Sales Forecast


Section VII

7.1 Social Responsibility



8.1 Management & Leadership
8.2 Operations


Section VIV

Financial Summary
Short-term goals:
Goals to accomplish by
Mid-term goals:
Goals to accomplish by
Long-term goals:
Goals to accomplish by
Personal statement



Ministry & Volunteer Workshops will be designed by mutual agreement. There are massive differences with mission statement and purpose which impede on the culture of each organizations. Feel free to reach out via email to discuss the specifics by scheduling a phone conference, thank you!

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