By Michael A. Saine
Have you ever had that dream where you had to speak in front of everyone? That dream where the lights are shining and fee blinding? I found myself in one of those moments, but instead of an awful dream, I was standing before microphone in front of 30 or so people. I had suddenly found myself giving a part of a presentation for the Speaker’s bureau associated as a working group within the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) science, technology, engineering, and mathematics Opportunities (STEM-OPS).
By, Jessica Snow
This fall marked P2P’s first cohort graduation inside a correctional facility since the advent of COVID in 2020. Cohort 26 took place in Missouri Dept. of Corrections, in a new state P2P had not worked with on the inside before. The entire P2P team and community felt energized by finally having the opportunity to share our program and the hope and support it instills with those who were still incarcerated.