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Thanks to a generous donation from the Laura & John Arnold Foundation and The Giving Library, we were able to produce the video below as the introduction to a series of videos about PEP. This video features PEP’s Prison Initiatives Manager, Pat McGee, who shares his story along with a bold vision for the future of PEP. Enjoy… and please share!

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Scott sharing his story

One of PEP’s 10 Driving Values is Servant Leadership. We believe that the success of our program is not achieved at graduation, but is lived out through the lives of our graduates every single day after they are released.

Recently, several of our past participants were able to demonstrate this principle to a group of 150 eighth graders at Hogg Middle School in Houston, Texas. The group included PEP’s Patrick McGee as well a graduates Scott Wesley and Greg P. These three men spoke to these middle school students about what led them into prison and how their lives have changed since they were released.

You can see photos from the event here: