Woman’s Career Exploration Series (2022)

Program Description The Women’s Career Exploration Series is a three-part gender-responsive and trauma-informed care series, grounded in the evidenced-based practices of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy; Motivational Interviewing; the Transtheoretical Model of Behavior Change; and Interactive Journaling. It teaches strategies to help women succeed in the workplace and offers insights to assist women to overcome employment barriers and move forward toward success in a long-term career.

Components include career path exploration, steps for success in the workplace, identifying career paths that align with individual interests, building a professional network, applying for and gaining a job that leads to a career, establishing good work habits, and learning skills for thriving in the workplace.

Time Frame
Hours This program is typically completed in 32 hours.
Needs Addressed Work
Program Delivery To ensure program fidelity and proper credit, Women’s Career Exploration Series must be delivered by the Special Populations Coordinator or Education staff.
Institution Locations Available at all BOP institutions with designated females.

All female sites
Alderson FPC
Aliceville FCI
Brooklyn MDC
Bryan FPC
Carswell FMC
Chicago MCC
Danbury FCI
Dublin FCI
Greenville FCI
Guaynabo MDC
Hazelton FCC
Honolulu FDC
Houston FDC
Lexington FMC
Los Angeles MDC
Marianna FCI
Miami FDC
Oklahoma City FTC
Pekin FCI
Philadelphia FDC
Phoenix FCI
San Diego MCC
SeaTac FDC
Tallahassee FCI
Tucson FCC
Victorville FCC
Waseca FCI