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Our Career Development Program

FaithWorks is different from other job-training programs. As a participant in the program, you will receive:

Career Guidance

FaithWorks wants to help you choose not just a job, but a career. You will learn how to turn your interests and abilities into the opportunity of a lifetime.


FaithWorks offers individual and group life coaches who help you improve your personal life — especially how you feel and act on the job.

Job-Seeking Skills

By the time you graduate, you will be equipped to find a job. FaithWorks will teach you how to network, create a resume and interview successfully.

Spiritual Development

As a FaithWorks student, you will have the opportunity to explore your own spirituality through weekly Bible study, journaling and prayer.

FaithWorks Internship Program

FaithWorks students participate in 60 hours of internships during the last few weeks of class. Students are matched with their internship providers based on their abilities and long-term employment interests.

Internships provide opportunities to experience and pursue careers that match a student’s personal interests. Completing an internship provides for the development of strong teamwork skills balanced with the exercise of individual responsibility. Internships also increase the chances of building professional networking contacts and mentoring relationships. Internships help students become viable, experienced job applicants when seeking employment after graduation. In fact, many employers consider internship experience in the hiring process, and often look to their own interns as the best potential candidates for full-time positions.

Our Graduates

See how FaithWorks has worked in the lives of Class 32 plus the Charge to Graduates from one of our many success stories!

Typical FaithWorks Day

Breakfast is served at 8:30 a.m. Class begins at 9 a.m. with the daily Psalm reading, journaling and prayer time. A few minutes of quiet time allows students to write in their journals. It’s amazing how quickly a person comes to know and respect another by praying for them.

Life skills training follows, which includes: how to choose, find, get and keep a job.

We have a full computer lab so that students can learn computer skills individually. A hot lunch is served at noon every day, and those who help clean up get to take home the leftovers.

Afternoon classes might include:

Seven Habits of Highly Effective People

Character education

Group counseling

Conflict resolution

A walk through the book of Matthew is taught every Thursday morning. occurs on Friday mornings. Class concludes at 4 p.m. every day, pausing to recognize the day’s highlight and low light.

During break times, students may visit the lending library or our clothing closet. Students are often seen encouraging one another or lending a listening ear.

“The first week I came I felt my life changing. I went home everyday exhausted but a good tired. I was told I matter. ME!!! WOW No one but my kids and church family had ever told me that. I felt my kids and my friends at church were obligated to. But here was strangers telling I could realize my dream. I hadn’t even had a dream or so I thought. They help me find out what I wanted out of life. I had been abused all my life. It was what I expected from people. But God had another plan for me.”
– Former Student

What does it take to become a FaithWorks Student?

FaithWorks students work hard to improve themselves. Learning valuable job skills is a challenge, so students must commit themselves to the full thirteen weeks of the program.

The FaithWorks class meets Monday-Friday from 9a.m. to 4p.m. During the second half of the program, students volunteer sixteen hours a week in an internship of their choosing. Experience and job training is offered through class and the internship, and students must be motivated to complete the process.

FaithWorks is designed for drug-free and alcohol-free adults, including those who have been clean and sober for six months. Applicants who have been clean for less than six months may be considered if the are currently participating in a recovery program.

  • 18 years of age or older
  • Reading ability at the 6th grade level or higher
  • Willingness to participate in five individual counseling sessions

Sound like the opportunity you’ve been waiting for?

Come by 1229 N. Mockingbird to meet some of the staff and register for the class. It’s free. You will see how the aims and purposes of FaithWorks can become your goals as well. If you come while class is in session, you may visit with students and share lunch with them and the staff.

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