Send educational material to someone at Plymouth County Jail

Level sends educational material to people incarcerated at Plymouth County Jail, a county jail in Iowa. Level provides content including entrepreneurship training, job training and personal development material. Often, Level can serve people in maximum security or solitary confinement.

Person in prison at Plymouth County Jail
prison education at Plymouth County Jail

Popular content

We develop educational and job traning content based on requests from people in prison across the country. Our current content focuses on entrepreneurship, computer science, job training and meditation. And we're always working on new content.

certificate of achievement for education completed at Plymouth County Jail

Certificates of completion

We send two printed copies of a Certificate Of Achievement to each person who completes one of our guides. We also include a new guide to keep learning. Our certificates are available online to share with friends, family and even to show to a parole board.

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No internet required

Level's educational guides have been specifically designed to get into nearly any prison or jail. No interenet is needed. Incarcerated learners can work at their own pace in their cells or a communal area. We even send to solitary confinement and maximum security.

Address for educational material

Plymouth County Jail
451 14th Ave NE
Le Mars, IA 51031-8851

I appreciate you and your program. I cannot thank you enough for giving me what I want most - knowledge. It gives me the opportunity to teach others the wisdom I've learned. I would like to learn about every topic you have to offer me. I acknowledge my potential of limitless growth of my image and soul.

- Alexander

I took the ServSafe food handling test in 2022. I failed due to the way the instructor taught the class. Level's guide broke down the same lessons in simple and understandable terms. If I took the test right now, I would ace it! Thank you! I cannot wait to be released to continue while supporting Level.

- Ben

I've been incarcerated since the age of 17, I am now 41, and it's places like Level that give people like me hope. The guides are insightful - I have learned a lot. I read the last one four times and frequently re-read to remember what I learned. A person told me about Level, so it's only right that I tell others.

- Lenzy

I'm in administrative segregation (solitary confinement) on 23 hour lockdown. We are locked in our cell with no educational classes - none! This system sticks us in a cell and that's it? We don't have the privilege of going to school or learning a trade. So the worst gets worse. I'm glad I ran into you all at Level.

- Ruben