Spotwork Second Chances

We are committed to providing second (and sometimes first) chances to Justice-Involved Individuals* and At-Risk Youth (age 18-29)**. Keep scrolling to discover this new program!


Announcing our NEW Community Partner!

Introducing: The Whiteboard Collective! An incredible accelerator program looking to make social impacts through careers and career development! Check out their amazing work here!

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Accessible opportunities

We're announcing a new program.

Spotwork is creating more accessible opportunities through a new technology development program targeted to enabling justice involved individuals accessible work opportunites. 

for companies

Program benefits

Hiring a worker through our new partnership program provides companies with a range of benefits. Over 10 benefits from wage subsidies to employment services.

Increase diversity and innovation

Improve your DE&I

Enabling justice involved individuals equal work opportunities can have a significant positive impact on an organization’s DE&I initiatives. By providing these individuals with a fair chance to compete for jobs, companies can promote diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace

Benefits of hiring previous justice involved individuals

Diverse Perspectives

Individuals bring diverse perspectives and ideas creating a better understanding of issues and problem solving.

Social Responsibility

Helps companies fulfill their social responsibility. It is an opportunity to make a positive impact and help individuals who may otherwise struggle to find employment.

Strong Work Ethic

Many individuals who have been incarcerated have had to work hard to overcome obstacles and rebuild their lives. As a result, they often have a strong work ethic and a determination to succeed.

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*Justice involved individuals are those who have been involved with the law, charged, jailed, or been in contact with the law but never formally charged but have had brush-ins. 

**At-risk youth are those (but not limited to) with social or academic circumstances or are part of a racialized/marginalized community and due to that they have had a negative impact on their living, between the ages of 18 and 29.