About Us

Our Mission

For the past 21 years, the mission of Dallas Christian Women’s Job Corps (DCWJC) is to offer a supportive environment in which women in need are equipped for life and employment while providing a context in which women help women.

God is in every teacher and word spoken at DCWJC. Through DCWJC I healed emotionally, psychologically and most of all spiritually.

                                                   —Clarissa

THE MINISTRY HAS PROVIDED ASSISTANCE TO OVER:

1,500

Women have been touched by the ministry

DCWJC STAFF

Vernessa Green
Executive Director

Rochelle Ross
Site Coordinator

Nancy Mendez
Ministry Assistant 

 

Dr. Craig C. Christina Texas Baptists

Vernessa Cole Community Volunteer

 

Sam Holman Community Volunteer

Calvin Jackson III US Department of Health and Human Services

Earsa Jackson Strasburger & Price, LLC

Cindi Stalworth Community Volunteer

Candace Winslow, The Storehouse of Collin County

DCWJC BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Margaret McGary United Health Group

 

Jeff Morton Ergon Learning, LLC

Bobbie Stone Community Volunteer

Danielle Stone, Treasurer Commercial Metal Company

Becky Van Meter, Vice-Chair, Community Volunteer

Erin Willis RM 12:20 Bistro

Markeeta Wilson Dallas Area Rapid Transit

 

DCWJC ADVISORY BOARD

Richard Faling Community Volunteer

EX-OFFICIO

Jana Jackson Dallas Baptist Association

NATIONAL ORGANIZATION

Dallas Christian Women’s Job Corps is proud to be affiliated with the national organization of Christian Women’s Job Corps (CWJC), Christian Men’s Job Corps (CMJC) and ministries of WMU.

Through more than 200 registered and certified CWJC/CMJC sites across the nation, thousands of women and men each year gain self-confidence, purpose, direction, and hope for their future. CWJC/CMJC offers life skills, job skills, mentoring, and Bible study.

Click here to learn about other CWJC sites in the country.

 
 

OUR HISTORY

        ive Dallas women, representing various churches and area ministries, officially established Dallas Christian Women’s Job Corps (DCWJC) in March 1998. DCWJC’s Job and Life Skills Program began at Cornerstone Baptist Church and other locations before a move to the Buckner campus in 2004.

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In 2007, DCWJC moved to the former parsonage of Shiloh Terrace Baptist Church where the ministry is currently located. In 2018, the DCWJC celebrated our 20th anniversary.  We look forward to the next 20 years and beyond as we strategically plan for the expansion of our ministry outreach.

 

Copyright @2020 DCWJC

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