Alumnae Spotlight

Before I came to Christian Women’s Job Corps, I was feeling afraid & defeated. Having lost my job and my home in the same month put me at my lowest. Being a part of the Job Corp helped me to realize I was going to be OK.

Psalm 23 reminds me I don’t need to be afraid anymore. God is providing for me along the path that I am on. CWJC was one of those paths. Walking along the path of CWJC, I had to step out of my comfort zone many times and face my fears. Along the way I’ve realized I’m not doing it alone. God is with me and I no longer have to live my life as if I’m lacking anything. I no longer have to believe that I’m not enough because I DO measure up and I will let my cup overflow.

Leaving CWJC , I walked away knowing that I am Blessed, Chosen, Adopted, Redeemed, Forgiven, Sealed and a Child of God.

After leaving CWJC, I was hired at Hill Country Memorial Hospital in the supply department. It is a job that fits my personality perfectly. Thank you CWJC for giving me my confidence back.

-- Sonja Moose, 2019 Graduate --

Pictures of Some of Our Alumnae at Work

Beatrice Leyva

Beatrice Leyva

Franklin Clinic

Courtney Ayala

Courtney Ayala

TSO Optical

Dana Rodriguez

Dana Rodriguez

A Child's Place

Janise Alcorta

Janise Alcorta

Owner

Lending Hands with Open Hearts

Lisa Olgin

Lisa Olgin

San Saba Cap

Maria Barcenas

Maria Barcenas

Owner

Paparazzi Jewelry

Michelle Cranford

Michelle Cranford

Yogi Bear Park

Misty Ayala

Misty Ayala

MG Builders

Nelida Sanchez

Nelida Sanchez

Destiny Golbal

Sarah Kier

Sarah Kier

National Hearing Aides

Sherri Wineriter

Sherri Wineriter

Owner

Sherri's Calling

Stacey Poe

Stacey Poe

San Saba Cap

Sylvia Gonzalez

Sylvia Gonzalez

Japonica Water Well Services

Tabatha Kramer

Tabatha Kramer

Hill Top Nursing Home

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