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This Chicago business trains former inmates to be beekeepers
by Parija Kavilanz, CNN Business
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28 May 2019
On 28 May 2019 CNN reported:
On the West Side of Chicago, honey bees have become a beacon of hope for former inmates. James Jones was released from prison in February after serving three and a half years for selling drugs. ... Sweet Beginnings offers full-time, transitional jobs to previously incarcerated individuals like Jones, who need help reintegrating into society. The new hires are trained to become beekeepers and learn about harvesting honey, production, filling orders, packaging, shipping, and selling.
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'I'm excited that someone is giving me a chance,' said Jones. 'I've never had a job before. I don't have a resume. Someone with my background probably wouldn't get a job easily. Now I am making a resume.'
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