Previously incarcerated mother now burgeoning artist

Jobless, homeless, convict … but now she’s an award-winner

Mary Baxter, a single mother, is homeless, jobless, $40,000 in debt, and a convicted criminal. But, at age 35, she is also a burgeoning artist, accepted by the New York University Tisch Film School, the Art of Institute of Chicago, and the Moore College of Art; one of the faces of Sens.

PowerCorps program key in helping formerly incarcerated man change life

How an Overbrook High grad went from jail time to a career in engineering

Paul Johnson talks about his time in the PowerCorps program and the motivation to get his life back on track Paul Johnson knows that it’s hard for people from the outside looking in to understand his story and his struggles. His life, he said, was never straightforward.