Mobile Area Interfaith Conference, Inc. (MAIC) is a collaboration of faith-based organizations and religious congregations on mission to encourage development of community resources to address unmet human needs with a focus on serving marginalized citizens.
Today the MAIC staff and volunteers had the opportunity to perform the Reentry Simulation for a group of law enforcement officers from north Alabama at the Correctional Peace Officers Foundation Conference at the Orange Beach Event Center.
This exercise simulates the struggles and challenges faced by individuals who are transitioning from incarceration back into society. Many of the officers felt and demonstrated the frustrations our neighbors feel when trying to get their basic needs and life responsibilities taken care of. If you are interested in bringing the Reentry Simulation to your church or event call us today 251-308-8725.
The Academy for Career Development, a division of MAIC, is hosting a Lunch and Learn. The Academy provides education, training, and employment program services for adults with histories of incarceration having made a commitment to avoid recidivism and become economically self-sufficient citizens. Join us for the MAIC's for Destination Reentry on Tuesday, November 15, 2022, at the Innovation Portal 358 St. Louis Street Mobile, Alabama 36602 from 11 AM CST until 1 PM CST. This lunch and learn event is designed to provide area business leaders and interested employers with the opportunity to learn about:
Gov. Ivey Hosts Fourth Annual Governor’s Job Fair for People With Disabilities at the Mobile Civic Center. Dr. Raoul Richardson of the MAIC's Academy was interviewed by Fox 10 News about the Alabama Governor's Job Fair to help our neighbors get a second chance at employment.
Please join us for our 2nd Annual Christmas Gala. There will be food provided by Naman's Catering, music by Leonard Houston, a silent auction with some lovely items for your Christmas gifts, and a significant chance to help give real and lasting change to a returning neighbor.
Neighbors returning from incarceration to the Mobile Area can receive reentry case management services along with assistance with housing, employment, transportation, identification and other needs.
Through the pre-release services at Mobile County Metro Jail Chaplaincy Program, inmates can attend GED classes, job readiness classes and religious services.
The Academy offers Neighbors assistance with Job Placement, Job Training, Internships, Preparatory Classes and Employment Case Management.
Thank you to everyone who attended our Open House. We had a great turnout and made some great connections. If you would like to know how your ministry or business can partner with the MAIC call us today 251-308-8725.
Early last month the Mobile Career Center held a Second Chances Job Fair for jobseekers who were on probation, but eligible for employment. This event was held at and organized with the Mobile Community Corrections facility.
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Mobile Area Interfaith Conference (MAIC) is an Alabama nonprofit corporation and is tax-exempt under Section 501(c) 3 of the Internal Revenue Code. Donations are tax-deductible.
The Mobile Area Interfaith Conference is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any employee, applicant or client for employment or services because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity and/or expression, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.
The Mobile Area Interfaith Conference strives to create and maintain an environment in which all people are treated with dignity, decency and respect.