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Convicted Felon Turned Software Developer Creates Americas First Friendly Felony Job – Housing Marketplace App

(The Magazine Plus Editorial): – Los Angeles, Calif. June 9, 2022 ( – The Friend A Felon app is America’s first and only crime-friendly job and housing marketplace and crime-friendly app. back-to-school assistance. Community reintegration of convicted felons who attempt to make positive changes in their lives is a significant social issue in American society, and at Friend A Felon we are committed to ending recidivism by championing successful reintegration through technology.

Being convicted of a crime does not have to define one’s future. We are committed to helping criminals overcome their situation by making them aware of the opportunities they never knew we were available to them. At Friend A Felon, we favor transparency. We exist to help bridge the gap between convicted felons and fair employers and landlords. Employers and landlords can post ads to our database in seconds. You tell us what beliefs you will accept and we will quickly match you with the right candidates.

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Hello and nice to meet you, my name is Sterling Braden. I’m a software developer, entrepreneur, father, and convicted felon. With the FRIEND A FELON app, I can only say that I use passion and time for the benefit of others. Recidivism is more likely to top the stats with the help of our communities. My goal is to break the cycle in the community I grew up in and all similar places across the United States and give opportunities to people so they can make better decisions in turn, they n don’t have to do the things they did to get in trouble with the law in the first place. I created FRIEND A FELON with the aim of helping people like me. After being convicted of a crime, opportunities are scarce. For someone trying to make positive lifestyle changes, the journey can be daunting. I have direct experience of the difficulty of reintegrating into society. I faced the challenge of finding a job that didn’t involve hard work, finding real estate agents willing to assess my qualifications, and being passed over because of a box I had to tick on an application. Constant rejection can cause someone to fall into the same behavior that got them in trouble in the first place. Having my daughter made me realize that I wasn’t doing enough to prepare for her legacy. With FRIEND A FELON, I seek to help end the “revolving door” and bring about positive change around the world. The FRIEND A FELON app has everything you need to reenter society as a criminal. It has a national job market and a felony-friendly housing resource and listings center. It also has its own social media forum type platform so you can stay up to date with all things back to school and more. Available on Apple App Store and Google Play Store