Project Reclass develops technical, vocational skills in incarcerated veterans who are striving for upward mobility upon re-entry into society.
Computer Networks are the backbone of the modern internet. Expertise in this field takes decades to master. The distributed nature of networking infrastructure (both hardware and software) prevents drastic design changes from being made quickly.
95% of incarcerated individuals eventually rejoin society.
A majority of those released are re-incarcerated within 5 years.
Reclassification is the process of transitioning from one military occupational specialty to another.
At Project Reclass, we believe that by investing upfront in individuals who are working towards financial independence, we can make enduring improvements to our communities.
Incarceration often leads to major setbacks in a person’s career, and starting over can be daunting. The longterm marketability of computer networking skills allows incarcerated individuals to accumulate knowledge while serving their prison sentence. Our learning platform prepares individuals for the CompTIA Network+ certification.
The second volunteer cohort is building out the rest of the learning platform for user feedback!
Finish building a demonstration of the learning platform.
Reclass Ltd. becomes an approved 501(c)(3) nonprofit!
Deliver first class at Rutledge State Prison.
Kunal and Tay whiteboard Project Reclass as an idea.
Co-Founder, Captain in U.S. Army
Kunal is an Active Duty Army Officer and United States Military Academy at West Point graduate stationed in Augusta, Georgia, working within the Cyber Center of Excellence. He was previously stationed in Camp Casey, South Korea where he served as a field artillery platoon leader as well as a fire support officer.
Co-Founder, Site Reliability Engineer at DataDog
Tay is a Site Reliability Engineer in the City of New York. A believer in grassroots change, Tay also serves as an NYPD Auxiliary Officer and American Corporate Partners mentor. Tay has ten years of experience founding enduring organizations such as mental health advocacy, women-in-technology, healthcare, and Chinese dance programs.