How Project Bono Works

At Project Bono, we believe that everyone deserves a chance to improve themselves and their community. Our correctional education programs are designed to educate first-time and repeat offenders about the risks associated with substance abuse and harmful behaviors. Our growing list of offerings include Drug and Alcohol Awareness, Cannabis Education, Nicotine Prevention & Awareness, Minor in Possession, Bullying Prevention, Truancy Prevention, Theft Prevention, and more. We strive to provide affordable and comprehensive education programs that are accessible to everyone, regardless of their background, so that we can help build a safer, more sustainable society.
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Step 1: Enrollment

The first step is discovering our curricula and enrolling a program that's right for you. Our courses are designed to be accessible to anyone with a stable internet connection and are authored using credible, evidence-based, peer-reviewed sources and are tailored to fit various time requirements. You can enroll in our programs by visiting our website and selecting the course and time requirement you want to participate in.
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Step 2: Course Progression

As you progress through the course, you'll have access to various forms of media, including videos, and external resources.

For participants with a reading or learning disability or visual impairment, devices that are capable of text-to-speech should be compatible with our programs to help read text aloud.

For those who speak a language other than english, many web browsers will automatically translate our site to your preferred language based on your device settings.
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Step 3: Course Completion

Once you've completed one of our courses by reaching the final section of the course and meeting the time requirement, you'll receive a certificate of completion that you can share with your court, school, or employer.
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Enriching Your Community

At Project Bono, we believe in giving back to the communities that assign our courses. That's why we allocate 25% of enrollment proceeds to be directed back to our partner communities and towards 501(c)(3) non-profits across multiple charitable causes to provide enrichment that prevents recidivism and relieves burdens on taxpayers. Our contributions can come in the form of donations to schools, recovery programs, shelters from domestic violence, and any other ways that we can effectively enrich communities.

We hope this article has given you a better understanding of how Project Bono works. You can discover more articles about how Project Bono works by visiting our Support Center page. If you have any additional questions, please don't hesitate to contact our support team. We're here to help you build a safer, more sustainable community.
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