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JOBS FOR LIFE

Jobs for Life is a 16 week job training course that we will launched in October 2012. This ministry is currently our biggest need, as we are looking for volunteers to mentor students, lead small group discussions, be community partners, as well as students for the class.

Would you take a moment to read through the following articles? We KNOW that there is a place within the JfL family for you to make an impact in someone’s life!

 

JOBS FOR LIFE: THE FIRST STEPS

Here at Love INC, our main focus has been eviction prevention, predominately through financial assistance. In addition, we have focused on service projects and being a quality resource referral center. But recently, we have come to the conviction that poverty alleviation can also be  about reconciling people’s relationships. After 10 years of ministry, we have long known that operating on a “Needs Based” relief work is not sustainable.  We have been quick to provide food, clothing, shelter, money to meet perceived needs.  But pouring in outside resources is not sustainable and can exacerbate the feelings of helplessness and inferiority… [Read more]

A STUDENT’S GUIDE: JfL IN A NUTSHELL

Love INC is looking to launch Jobs for Life in the Fall! Jobs for Life is a course designed to teach job skills, networking you with local businesses, and a support system that truly cares about you. Want to learn more? Read below or click here to read the high quality PDF… [Read more]

 

COMMUNITY PARTNERS: SECURING TOMORROW’S JOBS

Here in Pierce County, Love INC is implementing JfL’s job training and support strategy enabling unemployed and underemployed individuals to obtain and maintain meaningful employment. This is where YOU and your business come into play. Jobs for Life is an enormous benefit to the individual, the community, and your business. Learn more by reading through our Community Partners packet… [Read more]

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 WHAT’S JOBS FOR LIFE LIKE? FROM A PASTOR

To Whom It May Concern:

Last year the leadership at Rainier View Christian Church began to evaluate our benevolence programs. We felt discouraged and frustrated that our efforts to help the financially poor in our community was doing little to change the lives of the people we were trying to help. Like many churches, we desire to care for people from all walks of life and introduce them to Jesus Christ… [Read more]