Though incarcerated, that has not stopped Steven Hibbler from creating an extensive list of achievements for himself. Between becoming a certified paralegal and creating a Restorative Justice program for parents, teachers, and teens, Steven Hibbler has continued to set himself up for success.
He is currently enrolled at Adams State University, participating in a Bachelors Degree Program.
Painting Writing Public Speaking Leadership
Legal Analytical Creative Initiatives
Restorative Justice Anti Bullying 'Zine / Author
Created a short ‘Zine to help parents, teachers, schools, and teens understand restorative justice
International Instructor Training Institute of The Inside Out Prison Exchange Program / Co-Facilitator
Co-facilitated the 8th-10th annual IO International Training Institute, teaching university and college professors about Inside Out's dialogical methodology of facilitating
University of Michigan Dearborn / Teaching Assistant
Assisted Professor Jeff Morenoff in teaching a Sociology
20th Restorative Justice Class
Completed course, having helped over 500 students redefine masculinity, justice, empathy, accountability, victim sensitivity, and the effects of harm. All to help them begin the process of healing.
Blackstone Career Center Institute
Became certified paralegal with an A average
In addition to graduating from the Inside Out Prison Exchange Program, Steven Hibbler has had the opportunity to participate in a writer's block reading, artwork exhibitions as well as a mini-documentary on Restorative Justice. Check out the blog page to see some of his artwork.