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How has God gifted you? What are your interests? Share your skills and experience with our participants to encourage their journey to positive change.
Shiloh Terrace Baptist Church
Park Cities Baptist Church
Royal Lane Baptist Church
Women of St. Michael's
Highland Park United Methodist Church
Dallas Baptist Association
Thanks to DCWJC my life has been changed for the best in more ways than I expected. I learned many things about myself. I took in as much as I could and began to practice what I learned and now have a full-time job. My family appreciates the change in me and I thank DCWJC for helping me during my transition. I can’t wait to visit and help pay it forward. Thank you to all of the volunteers that make DCWJC possible!
There are opportunities for your congregants to sow into the lives of DCWJC program participants! Members of your church who own businesses can hire a participant or provide internships, enabling women to learn hands-on job skills.
Our desire is to maintain a comprehensive network to meet the needs of women as they transition from dependency to self-sufficiency.
Support that we receive from local churches ranges from annual contributions and one-time financial gifts to program materials/supplies, bus passes, and lunches for program participants. Church contributions are used to help women advance in various aspects of their lives: spiritually, professionally, physically and personally.
THERE ARE MANY WAYS YOUR CHURCH CAN BE INVOLVED
Support a woman by being her prayer partner and encourager. You can also support the ministry through your consistent prayers.
Bible study, led by volunteers, is one element that sets DCWJC apart from other training programs. We welcome volunteers to lead our morning Bible studies. In addition, experienced educators or business leaders are invited to inquire about teaching in our workforce readiness classes.
When women graduate from our Workforce Readiness & Life Skills program, they are equipped and eager to become employed. Corporations can provide direct-hire and internship opportunities for DCWJC alumni. Individual volunteers can help our graduates identify employment opportunities, make referrals to companies, and be a cheerleader by providing moral support and prayers.
Everyone needs a cheerleader! Mentors are an important part of DCWJC because they critical to the success of each woman enrolled in the DCWJC is the support received through a volunteer mentor. Mentor training is provided.
Share your expertise and enthusiasm with eager participants! Teach a 1 or 2-hour class or workshop! Are you experienced in a particular subject related to professional or personal development? We want to hear from you!
There are several other ways to get involved! Additional ongoing volunteer opportunities include Boutique Helper, Administrative Assistant, Event Planner, Light Housekeeping Helper, Public Relations and Outreach Assistant, and more!