P2P Events

Helping Currently and Formerly Incarcerated Men & Women Pursue and Obtain Higher Education

For information on events contact:
Lauren Beal, [email protected] OR
Haleemat Adekoya, [email protected]
  1. 8
    Jan
    P2P Cohort 5 (Inside MD-DOC)
    6:00 - 9:00 pm ET
    P2P has partnered with Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services (DPSCS) to bring the hope of post-secondary education to over 100 incarcerated men and women.
  2. 19
    Jan
    P2P All-Cohort Session: Self-Care
    9:00am
    Self-care is about knowing when your resources are running low, and stepping back to replenish them rather than letting them all drain away. Improving self-care will lead to: (1) Better productivity. (2) Improved resistance to disease. (3) Enhanced self-esteem. (4) Increased self-knowledge & awareness. Presented by: P2P Pyschologist.
  3. 2
    Feb
    P2P All-Cohort Session: Financial Literacy
    10:00am
    Financial literacy is the education & understanding of various financial areas such as managing personal finance, money, and investing. This topic focuses on the ability to manage personal finance matters in an efficient manner. Presented by: Thrive Director, Letissha Boyd.
  4. 2
    Mar
    P2P All-Cohort Session: Cultural Competency
    10:00am
    Cultural Competency I: This session focuses on building cultural competence in reentry by utilizing the strengths of formerly incarcerated people and/or people in recovery. Presented by: The P2P Team
  5. 23
    Mar
    P2P Cohort 6 (outside)
    10:00am
    The goal is to inspire & to help people with criminal convictions obtain college education. Our scholars receive college/loan application assistance, SAT/GRE prep, college readiness workshops, paid mini-internship (if applicable), sitting in on college courses (before enrolling), access to tutors, scholarship opportunities (if applicable), and 2-yrs of mentoring.
  6. 27
    Apr
    Prison-to-Professionals (P2P) Annual Event
    TBD
    Prison-to-Professionals (P2P) Annual Achievement event in Baltimore, MD at Johns Hopkins Medicine. Celebrating the accomplishments of our 30+ P2P Scholars & 100+ Team Members.