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Targeting Success

Targeting Success is a re-entry training program that teaches inmates job search and money management skills.  This is accomplished through interactive lessons delivered on a multimedia instructional platform.

Targeting Success emphasizes goal setting, job search, and money management skills using CD-based audio, video, and print resources.

Traditionally institutions start preparing inmates to reenter society three years before release. Targeting Success allows an inmate to build a portfolio, with introduction letters, resume, a complete financial plan and listing of community contact wherever they are released to.

When an inmates improves their educational level and completes vocational training programs, they can simply go back to the resume' sessions to update.

Through this program, inmates will start concentrating on the positive side of society instead of the negative side of incarceration.

Targeting Success effectively integrates learning with the transition needs of inmates, correctional institutions and prospective employers.

Targeting Success Program - Program Excerpts

The following excerpts will give you a good idea of what this program has to offer the prison population who are making re-entry into the real world.  These files are large, so please be patient while you are downloading the files for viewing.  And you may need a viewer to see the movies. 

Just click on the following links to see the movies:


Targeting Success Program - System Requirements

Since Targeting Success is a multiplatform software the hardware requirements for the product differ depending on the computing architecture utilized. The product was designed to be used with the Microsoft Windows operating system, so to achieve the best results it is recommended that Targeting Success is run on Microsoft Windows.


Targeting success supports the following platforms:

Microsoft Windows: 


  • Pentium II/AMD K6 processor or better

  • Windows 98 or better

  • 16-bit sound blaster compatible sound

  • Super VGA monitor (800x600 resolution)

  • 4x or faster CDROM drive




  • G2 processor or better

  • Mac OS 9 or better

  • Mac OS 10.2 recommended 

  • CDROM drive

  • Microsoft Internet Explorer




  • 500Mhz or higher frequency CPU recommended

  • XFree86 with support for 800x600 @ 24bit

  • Macromedia Flash player for linux

  • WINE windows "emulation" layer software

  • WINE compatible sound device

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