3 July In2Work Program Graduation July 3, 2017 By ODRC Grafton Correctional Institution (GCI), Institutions GCI, In2Work Program, Aramark, Food Service, Food Safety, Food Management 0 Twenty-four offenders successfully completed and graduated from the seven month long Aramark sponsored In2Work Program. Amanda Harrison, GCI’s In2Work instructor, presented 15 students their certificates followed by James Jones, GRC’s In2Work instructor, presentation of nine students their certificates. This is the third graduating In2Work class since its inception in 2014 with each class increasing in size from the first class of eight graduates, the second class of 14 graduates, and the third with 24 graduates. This is the largest graduating In2Work class thus far in Ohio. The graduates from this class will continue to utilize their new found knowledge in the areas of Food Service, Food Safety, and Food Management. Deputy Warden Reynolds, Correctional Officers, Aramark staff, and graduates family members joined in the celebration. Related CCI IN2WORK Program Graduation Dayton Correctional Hosts Their First Graduation for IN2WORK Lorain Correctional Honor Guard Supports NERC Military Program Graduation In2Work Graduation at FMC Graduation for MyHuntPath Program at GCI NERC Recovery and Addiction Program Hold Special Graduation Comments are closed.