Speeches and Training

Jason’s diverse library of hard-hitting speeches and continuing education classes cover topics about how the system targets black families, how the formerly incarcerated can succeed after prison, and how white people can become allies and accomplices in dismantling systems of oppression.

Coaching

Jason focuses his coaching practice on helping people leaving the prison system find their way upon re-entry. He also works with black youth and young adults to help them develop a vision for their livelihoods and gain the confidence they need to get there. While this has been the bulk of his work, he’s highly effective in helping people accomplish their short and long-term goals.

Jason has helped shift hearts and minds throughout the nation, however, his individualized coaching has helped people overcome biases, overcome fear of public speaking, overcome childhood trauma, and overcome the fear of failure.

Consulting

Jason can work with your business or organization to assess your culture from a racial justice lens and readiness to push further. From there, you can work with Jason to develop a strategic plan for attaining desired outcomes and organizational effectiveness.

Examples of Past Presentations

  • Gangs-Providing the fundamental truths about gangs through self reflection and scholarly articles. He provides photos and a power point presentation that resonates with each participant. He has successfully helped youth denounce gang leadership or affiliation for years. Jason Sole provides trainings for staff as well as students.
  • Reentry- Helping others understand how collateral sanctions, peer pressure, and rejection are merely obstacles is a message that Jason speaks everyday. He motivates ex-offenders to keep their eyes on the prize by standing as a symbol of hope for others that believe that they can’t possibly succeed. He walks ex-offenders through the bumps that they may face in their journey and provides effective solutions to see past those obstacles.

National Trainer

Jason is a national trainer for The Council, as well as a facilitator. The Council is a strengths-based group approach to promote boys’ and young men’s safe, strong and healthy passage through pre-teen and adolescent years. The Council meets a core developmental need in boys for strong, positive relationships. In this structured environment, boys and young men gain the vital opportunity to address masculine definitions and behaviors and build their capacities to find their innate value and create good lives – individually and collectively! In addition, Jason provides gang, prisoner reentry, and diversity training throughout the country.