SNUG program looks to hire former gang members, prisoners as mentors

The Snug program, which is guns spelled backwards,

The Snug program, which is guns spelled backwards, is searching for full-time outreach members for $30,000 per year plus medical benefits. They are also looking for part-time workers known as “violence interrupters,” which would pay $15,000. (July 14, 2014 4:40 PM)

Members of the SNUG program are looking to hire former gang members and prisoners as outreach workers who can steer at-risk youths down the right path.

The SNUG program, which is guns spelled backward, is searching for full-time outreach members for $30,000 per year plus medical benefits. They are also looking for part-time workers known as “violence interrupters,” which would pay $15,000.

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