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IN THE NEWS
Cornbread Hustle was featured in a report by Spectrum News 1, which covered our dedication to helping people in recovery and with criminal records find jobs.
The report aired on Spectrum News 1 in Dallas / Fort Worth, Austin, and San Antonio, prompting a wave of calls and emails from around the state asking for more information about our programs.
Can we help you find a job? Or, can we help your company grow with second-chance staffing? Contact us today to learn more.
PROUDLY CERTIFIED BY SHRM and the Texas Comptroller’s Office
The Society for Human Resource Management, or SHRM, offers a special certification course through its SHRM Foundation. Getting Talent Back to Work aims to help connect employers with hard-working people who are ready to reenter the workforce but are held back by a criminal record.
All Cornbread Hustle recruiters have completed the ten-hour SHRM course and earned the Getting Talent Back to Work Certificate and Professional Development Credits.
The Office of the Texas State Comptroller Statewide Procurement Division recognizes and certifies certain companies through its Historically Underutilized Business (HUB) Program. HUB certification recognizes vendors owned and operated by certain ethnic minorities, disabled veterans, and women.
Cornbread Hustle is proud to be HUB-certified by the State of Texas and eligible to provide additional employment opportunities with companies seeking a more diverse workforce.
about the founder
Cheri Garcia is the Founder of Cornbread Hustle, a staffing agency for second chances. Cheri is passionate about helping people with criminal backgrounds and individuals in recovery find transformation through employment or entrepreneurship.
As someone who has re-invented her own life, Cheri wanted to create a company to help others do the same. Before starting Cornbread Hustle, Cheri found her first transformation and recovery through inventing a tanning bed and starting a career in the TV news industry. She later found recovery a second time, but through faith and a sober lifestyle.
With a strong background in marketing and PR, Cheri uses the skills she acquired to help individuals getting out of prison re-brand themselves to become the person they want to be and get noticed by the people they want to meet.