In a quest to help conquer childhood cancer, Paul Taggines, Site Administrator and Michael Kenney, Director of Operations at Kintock’s Bridgeton Campus, teamed up to become shavee superstars as part of the Saint Baldrick’s event to raise funds for childhood cancer.
Thanks to the implementation of a new server and desktop infrastructure within the Erie Avenue facility computer lab, residents will reap several benefits from Kintock’s upgrade. Gone are the large bulky monitors and computers that limit space for working. The lab is now equipped with 20 LCD screens and thin clients.
Kintock’s Newark’s CRC helps pave the path for a successful transition from incarceration to the community by assisting clients in obtaining and maintaining employment.
Kintock is pleased to announce a new partnership with Essex County College that will allow residents of our Newark residential program to participate in a federally funded Training to Work 2 – Adult Reentry program, called TEAM (Training to Empower, Advance and Maintain). The pilot program, which commenced in March, offers participants job skills training opportunities in a variety of areas, including automotive, culinary arts, A+ certificates, computer repair, black seal, electrical, and plumbing.