Stand Against Violence East Harlem, or SAVE, is an organization whose mission is to treat violence as a disease and work to spread a cure for violence by changing the community norms.
GOSO is pleased to have had the opportunity this week to present our organization’s successful approach and best practices at a White House summit on reentry services.
What’s the Code for Success? Coding is a segment of the tech industry that is booming. Countless companies and organizations are teaching people how to
GOSO guys learn beginning Muay Thai at the Renzo Gracie Academy during our Monthly Coaches Club outing! Coaches Club is a mentoring program where a group of GOSO guys get to do a fun activity with volunteer mentors.
Congratulations, Omar and Javon! As Program Manager and Outreach Worker Supervisor, respectively, these guys are now in a position with SAVE to share their personal
Poet and memoirist Reginald Dwayne Betts should be lauded as a true American success story. Following a conviction and 9-year sentence for carjacking in 1996 and following an awakening spurred by the book “The Black Poets,” Mr. Betts wrote two critically-acclaimed books of poetry and a memoir, got a B.A. and an M.F.A, became a Radcliffe fellow at Harvard and, last summer, graduated from Yale Law School.
Last December, GOSO Guys met with representatives from Twitter and Buzzfeed and learned about the rapid growth of the tech world. This week, we were thrilled
On July 6th, GOSO’s Julia Friedman (LMSW, Career Manager and Director of Community Reentry) joined with other individuals and organizations committed to restorative justice for
Last week, we were proud to honor a number of young men at GOSO’s graduation for all of their hard work in our program. Congratulations
Michael Thorne recently took the time to consider how GOSO has impacted his life: Before I came to GOSO I was truly a different person than