About the Author
I’m so glad you decided to stop by my page. I have been teaching ex-offenders and felons how to get jobs for many years. Through my seminars and formal classes, I have been able to help a lot of people discover exactly what it takes to get a job with a criminal record.
One day at the end of one of my classes, a student came to me and expressed how much he had learned and how his despair had turned to confidence. He thought that because he was a felon, he had no chance at getting a job. After taking my class, he could not wait to get to work putting what he had learned to good use. He suggested that I put the lessons from my classes into writing. Bear in mind, I am not a writer by trade, but he was absolutely right. By making this knowledge widely available, I can help many more people who felt hopeless, get jobs. Thanks Roosevelt!
Eric Mayo specializes in professional and personal development with special emphasis on life skills and job readiness training. Eric has over 20 years of corporate and educational experience which he uses to help people improve the quality of their lives. He is an expert at teaching people how to get jobs.
Mr. Mayo has a degree in Business Administration from Seton Hall University where he was a standout member of both the Pirate football and wrestling teams. An author and lecturer, Eric is the author of the books, “From Jail to a Job,” “The Teenager’s Guide to Getting a Job” and “The Secret to Getting Better Grades” has addressed, among others, the Congressional Black Caucus, and the Charles Hamilton Institute for Race and Justice of the Harvard School of Law. He is an active member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity and a youth mentor spending his life committed to community empowerment.
Eric has been studying, learning, applying and executing the art of personal achievement and leadership throughout his career. It is truly his passion and his gift. He combines a straightforward approach and real-world perspective with a presentation style that is inspirational and motivational. His primary message is, “Independence through Self-Reliance.”
Eric travels the country speaking to groups and conducting seminars that help ex-offenders and felons get jobs.
You can contact Eric about speaking to your group