The Regional Black Contractors Association (RBCA) is an advocate of “Helping those in the Community, Help Themselves.” One of the many ways RBCA help those in the community is by assisting previous/current criminal justice-involved individuals with the workforce development services necessary that could potentially lead to gainful employment. RBCA advocates on behalf of those who complete our workforce development training (soft skills) and/or occupational training with our Members, Industry Partners, affiliate contractors and partnering employers to hire our referrals.
In addition, RBCA works closely with First Step Community Empowerment, The Potter’s House, Texas Reentry Offender Initiative (T.O.R.I.), City of Dallas Community Courts and Unlocking Doors to find vetted talent that will assist their referrals with job occupational training, job placement assistance, and job coaching. RBCA conceptual ideology is to decrease recidivism, increase the tax-base among previous/current criminal justice-involved individuals and provide economic development within their perspective communities through gainful employment.