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CWJC welcomes volunteers in many areas. Most CWJC volunteers donate between 1 to 2 hours each week to CWJC students and staff. Although most volunteer opportunities require no previous training, we do ask that you meet the following qualifications if interested in volunteering:
CWJC Volunteer qualifications:
A Christian woman or man:
- with a heart to serve (Mentors must be women)
- who consistently honors committments
- who is accepting of diversity and is non-judgemental
- who is empathetic, open-minded, and willing to grow spiritually, mentally and emotionally
- who cares for others
- who has strong interpersonal skills
- who maintains confidences
- prior experience working with women helpful, but not required
The Christian Women’s Job Corps provides lunch each day for the students at the First Baptist site. We need lunch sponsors for the students on Mondays through Thursdays.
The Christian Women's Job Corps provides lunch each day for the students at The Whitesburg Pulaski Pike campus. We need lunch sponsors for the students on Mondays through Wednesdays.
The Christian Women's Job Corps provides dinner on Monday and Thursday nights for the students at Union Hill. We need 2 dinner sponsors for each week of class.
The Christian Women's Job Corps provides lunch each day for the students at the Heritage Church site. We need lunch sponsors for the students on Mondays and Tuesdays.
In addition to the weekly meals, we also have 3 special events at each site each semester where meals, decorations, and servers are needed.
The volunteers who serve as GED tutors commit to assisting the students obtain their goal of passing the GED exam. The time commitment is about 2 hours per week when classes are in session. The students work at their own pace using established curriculum.
Computer Teaching Assistants
Computer teachers present Microsoft Word, Excel and basic keyboarding skills. The computer teacher also helps the student prepare their professional resumé. Computer teacher assistants are volunteer positions and are vitally necessary for assisting the students one–on–one during computer classes.
Christian Women’s Job Corps has a car ministry whereby cars that are donated to the program are in turn given to students who have graduated and need transportation for employment. The interested student fills out an application to receive the car and when vehicles are available, the selection committee awards the auto to the chosen student. We need mechanics that are willing to assess the donated autos and provide repairs as a donation.
Doctors, Dentists, Attorneys
Provide basic medical, dental or legal services at a reduced fee or free of charge to program participants.
Fund Raisers/Event Planners
These volunteers assist in fund-raising efforts as well as help in planning special events. Events include volunteer recognitions, luncheons, graduations and other events as necessary.One such event is the Circles Luncheon. This is an annual fund raiser event for CWJC held at the Von Braun Center in downtown Huntsville. Find out more about the Circles Luncheon.
If you enjoy scrapbooking, CWJC can use your help in putting together a history of our program. We have several pictures of our participants and volunteers and we would like to preserve these memories. The time commitment is flexible according to your schedule.