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  1. Cedar Junction Intensive Staff
    Cedar Junction Staff Summer 2008

    Cedar Junction Staff September 2008

    Cedar Junction Staff Summer 2006

    Cedar Junction Staff Summer 2006

  2. Bay State Intensive Staff
    Bay State Staff July 2008

    Bay State Staff July 2008

    Bay State Staff June 2007

    Bay State Staff June 2007

    Bay State Staff July 2006

    Bay State Staff July 2006

  3. Devens Intensive Staff
    Devens V Intensive Staff May 2009

    Devens V Intensive Staff May 2009

    Devens IV Staff Spring 2006

    Devens IV Staff Spring 2006

    Devens III Staff Summer 2005

    Devens III Staff Summer 2005

  4. Wisconsin TRUTH Project
    OshKosh Staff, TRUTH Project, October 2007

    OshKosh Staff, TRUTH Project, October 2007

    Beginning in 2006, JCP established a mentoring relationship with the Wisconsin Truth Project. This relationship has included the exchange of staff serving on weekend intensives, consulting and training. The T.R.U.T.H. Project stands for To Restore Understanding Trust and Hope. Serving incarcerated men in Wisconsin, the TRUTH project, like JCP, utilizes volunteer facilitators who support inside men in both weekly groups and weekend intensives at a number of state run facilities.

  5. Revisiting our Perspectives Facilitator Workshop- January 2009

    Perspectives Workshop April 2009

    Wtih life coach Guthrie Sayen, we looked at habitual, familiar perspectives we carry and experienced a powerful tool to change our perspective and creatively explore new possibilities.

    As one participant said, “What a beautiful gift we received yesterday at Guthrie’s workshop! Spirit was with us and the feeling of connection and purpose was palpable. Everyone helped form a powerful container that revealed to me, once more, how much each of us– if we are aware, dedicated and mindful– can contribute to changing the world. I was reminded of Shirley Chisolm’s observation, “Service is the rent we pay for the privilege of living on this earth. It is the very purpose of life, and not something you do in your spare time.”

    From another man, “Seeing us together, I feel invigorated in my purpose and am reminded of what a determined group can do to make a difference.”