Giving food, donating clothing, and assisting with housing are important but what if we could help people break out of the cycle of poverty?

We are ready to host our third Jobs for Life class (April 9 – June 4). The 16-week program provides job readiness training as well as a support strategy to help people be successful at work and at live. We believe this ministry has the potential for long-term impact on our community.

Here is a video overview about Jobs for Life:

We look forward to working with our local partnerships (New Hope Fellowship, the Lamb Center, and WFCM) to come alongside people who are unemployed or underemployed. As they refer clients, we will walk with them on the journey toward employment.

In order to begin our third Jobs For Life class, we need to put several important pieces together. We need mentors, teachers, and professionals. If you are a business manager or owner, would you be willing to consider working with us to help someone step into financial health?

Download this volunteer flyer here for details on how to be involved.

If you would like to hear more, please join Director of Missions Sharon Hoover for a meeting on February 3 (Saturday, 1-2:00pm) or February 20 (Tuesday, 7-8:00pm) at the Lamb Center (3160 Campbell Drive, Fairfax, VA 22031). Questions? Contact Sharon Hoover (sharon@centrevillepres.com).

Giving food, donating clothing, and assisting with housing are important but what if we could help people break out of the cycle of poverty?

Over the past year our Missions Ministry has been exploring options to impact the community in a long-term strategic way. We are excited to share that we have chosen the Jobs for Life program and curriculum. The 16-week program provides job readiness training as well as a support strategy to help people be successful at work and at live.

We look forward to working with our local partnerships (New Hope Fellowship, the Lamb Center, WFCM and Habitat for Humanity) to come alongisde people who are unemployed or underemployed. As they refer clients, we will walk with them on the journey toward employment.

In order to begin our first Jobs For Life class, we need to put several important pieces together. We need mentors, teachers, and professional coaches. If you are a business manager or owner, would you be willing to consider working with us to help someone step into financial health.

Upcoming Class: April 1 – June 3, 2019
Class Location:
The Lamb Center
3160 Campbell Drive
Fairfax, VA 22031

Mentor Orientation/Training

What: Jobs for Life Orientation and Initial Training for Mentors

Date and Time. Sunday, January 13 (11:30am -12:30pm)

Location.  Centreville Presbyterian Church (15450 Lee Highway, Centreville 20120)

Purpose. We will discuss the basics of the program, our goals and vision for the class, and tools and resources for the Mentor community to come together and support one another. Of course our primary goal is to come beside the students and support them in their journey in building long-term career and relationship skills.

Questions: Learn more about Jobs For Life on their website or contact Sharon Hoover (sharon@cpceco.org) or Mentor Coordinator Clay Worley  (worleynation@verizon.net).