As a non-profit agency serving women in need, the material needs of the ministry are many and the opportunity to give is immediate. God has been faithful to provide the resources we need to continue the ministry. Please consider being an instrument of God's blessing to Christian Women's Job Corps. We are happy to provide you a receipt for your donation to be used in your tax preparation.

Each year Christian Women's Job Corps® holds its Annual Circles Luncheon to raise awareness and money for CWJC and its students. This is a major event coordinated by CWJC and its sponsors at the Von Braun Center in downtown Huntsville.

Jackie Albrecht 2015 Circles Speaker_smallOur 2015 Circles event will be held on Monday, November 2 at noon in the Von Braun Center North Hall. We are excited about our speaker this year, former FBI agent Jackie Albrecht.

Jackie Albrecht is a native of Birmingham, Alabama.  She attended the University of Alabama in Birmingham, where she received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice and Psychology.

In 1980, Jackie was sworn-in as a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).  At that time, there were less than 300 women who had held the position of Special Agent with the Bureau. During her 30-year career, Special Agent Albrecht served in five field offices, initially working bank robberies and fugitives. For 2½ years she worked undercover. Jackie was promoted to Supervisor and assigned for three years to the FBI Training Facility, located in Quantico, Virginia. The vast majority of her career involved classified counterintelligence operations and espionage investigations.

In 2010, Jackie retired from the FBI to serve the Lord as a volunteer in the mission/church field.  She has lead several mission trips to Costa Rica. Locally, Jackie organizes women’s ministry activities at Cove Church, assists with the Walk to Emmaus movement and mentors women from all walks of life. Jackie and Ken have been married for 16 years and have a mountain home overlooking Lake Guntersville.

If you would like to be added to our Circles invitation list, please send an email with your name and mailing address to

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