Jack Burnett is program director for Level Ground Vocational Training, and currently a practitioner of humanism as a Life Coach Specialist and friend of the court; addressing the area of “Juvenile Justice” in its particularities and criminology in general, with emphasis on constitutional law. In today’s technocratic society, our children yet remain the most underrepresented and voiceless in our nation. As a “Life Coach”, Jack has mentored juveniles “at risk” in multiple cities and states and have often been called to testify on their behalf in juvenile and criminal justice system as a paraprofessional seeking a reasonable alternative to incarceration. Jack spent five years at “Resource Treatment facility” in Indianapolis, Indiana as a Life Coach specialist, where he studied behavioral psychology and developed an effective way of reaching young people with a curriculum called Man-up. For the past several years, here in the State of Minnesota, Jack very successfully facilitated Man-up in three high schools in St. Cloud Minnesota. Graduating close to forty students a year from that program. Level Ground Vocational Training is an extension of that effort, instituting a co-ed curriculum within Level Ground called “Back To Basics”, a commonsense mentor-ship program designed to aid young teens in making the transition into adulthood.
*Associates Degree from Ivy Technical College*Four years at North Hennepin Community College (NHCC) in Criminal Justice *Three years as a social media journalist.
Jack is engaged in direct efforts in Minneapolis Minnesota to establish a comprehensive “Community Center” in neglected and depraved areas where one is lacking and most needed in our urban communities and empowering our young people to efficiently staff such centers. Jack has also made inroads by way of appeals to the “Minnesota Board Of Pardons” to conduct comprehensive reviews of those who were incarcerated while they were under the age of twenty-five and consider these individuals for conditional release ten to fifteen years into a sentence of over thirty years or more.
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