News and Media
Important Message on PODCAST with CCEF Founder Percy Pitzer and Media Relations Jackie Simien
April 24, 2018
https://ruralamericaroundtable.com/podcast/ Hello Friends, Jackie Simien and I had the opportunity to be interviewed in a nationally recognized podcast. We’d really appreciate you listening to it and leaving us comments about it. We’d love to hear your thoughts about what we’re doing right and what we could do better. Listen to the podcast by clicking https://ruralamericaroundtable.com/podcast/… View Article
Opportunity for Employment!!!
April 17, 2018
ATTENTION: FB FRIENDS AND FAMILY (GREAT OPPORTUNITY) Creative Corrections Education Foundation is partnering up with a local lumber yard in offering job placements for ex- offenders. We are currently looking for Drive thru barn attendants- open (full time) Lumber yard Positions- open (full time) Yard hands start at $9.50 then after 30 days bumps up… View Article
CCEF Right Path Progrom Beaumont (Act Fast!!!)
April 9, 2018
FREE TUITION – FREE TUITION – FREE TUITION. Attention FB friends & family! Creative Corrections Education Foundation is assisting Lamar Port Arthur and Associated Builders and Contractors (Southeast Chapter) I currently have 7 students registered for the Construction Site Carpentry class, starting May 7 thru July 6 (9weeks) I’m needing 13 more. If you’re not… View Article
Message from CCEF Founder Percy Pitzer
September 28, 2017
The Creative Corrections Education Foundation Right Path Program is in its third year. The purpose of the program is to get at-risk young adults into Lamar Institute of Technology, learn a trade, become employed and become a productive, tax-paying member of our community. We have a lot of people in our community who are hurting… View Article
CCEF Partners with The Christmas Connection Project!
September 13, 2017
CCEF and the Christmas Connection Project is starting a fundraiser for the 2017 holiday season to help bring joy to the children of military prisoners through the Christmas Connection Project program. The Christmas Connection Project provides an opportunity for the children of military prisoners to reconnect with their parent over the holiday through the simple… View Article
CCEF Receives Donation Support from the Inmate Veteran’s Group at Lawton Correctional Facility!
September 5, 2017
The inmate veteran’s group at Lawton Correctional Facility in Lawton, Oklahoma, which is a facility operated by the GEO Group, donated $4,000+ to Creative Corrections Education Foundation, to provide scholarships to children of incarcerated parents. It’s amazing how inmates are willing to become involved in such a positive manner. 100% of the money collected from… View Article
CCEF Awards $32,000 in New Scholarships and Financial Aid!
August 26, 2017
Creative Corrections Education is proud to announce we provided $32,000.00 in scholarships this semester to children of incarcerated parents, at risk young adults and several individuals released from prison into a program through The Association of Builders and Contractors. This organization provided vocational training programs at a very reasonable cost to the student. Working in… View Article
CCEF Helps Ozen Valedictorian Student with a Fundraiser Drive for College!
August 9, 2017
Creative Corrections Education Foundation was pleased to present Ozen valedictorian/Johns Hopkins University-bound Lillie Shelton with a check for $4850. Lillie won a $50,000 scholarship to the institute of higher learning, but needs $20,000 more, to meet the cost of attending the school. CCEF thanks all who donated to this deserving young lady. If you’d still… View Article
Message from CCEF Founder, Percy Pitzer
June 21, 2017
We will be starting a new semester at LIT soon. We still have 15 students that will be enrolled, but we will not be able to add to that number, because of a lack of donations. Many times, when we talk with companies, the first question is what’s in it for them. This irritates me,… View Article
CCEF’s Right Path Program – Beaumont Receives Donation
May 12, 2017
It has been a banner day for Creative Corrections Education Foundation and its Right Path Program, which provides scholarships for financially challenged students to attend Lamar Institute of Technology. After celebrating the graduation of some of our students this morning, we were presented a $2000 donation from Trans Canada by that company’s field work planner,… View Article