Jan-Mar 2014

Creative Correction Education Foundation
Featured in CNN Interview

 During a February visit to Milwaukee, Board President Percy Pitzer and Executive Director Anthony Haynes had the opportunity to speak at four correctional facilities.  While in Milwaukee, Percy also had the opportunity to be feaured in a CNN interview that spotlighted the Creative Corrections Education Foundation. The interview also spotlighted one of our scholarship recipients Christopher Scarver. This interview was a wonderful advertising opportunity for CCEF. To see the interview in it's entirety, please follow the link below.



We Are Proudly Sponsored By JPAY!
CCEF is proud to announce that Jpay has become our most recent Corporate Sponsor. We would like to thank Jpay for sponsoring our organization and we look forward to our new relationship with Jpay and their continued support.

CCEF Partners With Milwaukee Technical College

Creative Corrections Education Foundation is proud to announce a partnership with the Milwaukee Area Technical College. We will be identifying 25 youths of incarcerated parents who have dropped out of high school and placing them in a High School/GED program at the college. It is through the support of donors and our Corporate Sponsor JPay, a company that provides inmate services that allows us to accomplish programs such as this.


Remember, it's cheaper to send a kid to Yale than it is to jail. 

Percy Pitzer Featured on Radio Interview In Bangkok Thailand


During a recent visit to Bangkok Thailand, CCEF President and founder Percy Pitzer participated in the C.U.R.E. 6th International Conference. While at the conference, Percy had the opportunity to be interviewed on Boston Praise Radio. Follow link below to hear Percy's featured interview.






CCEF Partners With Colorado


Creative Corrections Education Foundation is proud to announce that we have partnered with the Colorado Department of Corrections in our effort to continue to provide scholarships for children of the incarcerated. With Colorado on board, Colorado inmates can now have the opportunity to donate to the Creative Corrections Education Foundation Scholarship Program and help their kids get a better education. Creative Corrections Education Foundation would like to thank the Colorado Department of Corrections for their support.



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Beaumont, TX 77706





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