Fairchance Testimonials

Fairchance Employer Symposium Participants.   

Nearly 200 employers to date have enrolled and participated in the Fairchance Employer Symposiums. And when employers like TSA, U.S. Post Office, Wheat Ridge PD, and others proudly display their Governor Hickenlooper-signed award plaques, Fairchance receives some of its highest praise for making a difference in under-served employability.

Testimonials Given.   Some of Fairchance’s biggest testimonials exist through affiliation agreements, including our work with the U.S. Attorney’s Office, U.S. Dept. Of Labor, Colorado Department of Labor, and the Colorado Department of Corrections.  However, other individuals, on behalf of their respective organizations, have taken the time to publish their testimonials regarding the significance of Fairchance programs in Colorado.enas condimentum i

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Michael V. Valdez,

U.S. Post Office, Denver South VMH, Colorado-Wyoming District

“I feel very blessed to have been presented with information regarding Fairchance and the benefits of considering justice-involved candidates for employment opportunities.  Before the presentation, it was never something that had crossed my mind as an option.  After hearing the positive and life-changing stories from those who have experienced this first-hand, I can say I would absolutely open up my mind to someone who falls into this category.  It is so easy for people to pass judgment or make a quick decision without really getting to know the individual and their story.  They may have made mistakes in their past but are doing what they can to turn their lives around.  I cannot thank Colorado Career Project and Fairchance enough for bringing this to light”