Date Presented 03/28/20

Incarcerated women face challenges to community re-entry and employment, including unemployment and low wages. We explored vocational interests with women (N = 114) at a midwest US prison. Career aspirations were explored through self-reported employment history and interests, O*NET survey, and Holland codes. Findings inform the development of OT interventions and prison programming to improve postrelease employment among incarcerated women.

Primary Author and Speaker: Selena Washington

Additional Authors and Speakers: Lisa Jaegers

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