Our 2024 Volunteers

CWJC is Volunteer Powered!

Each year our volunteers provide approximately 5000 hours. If you are interested in volunteering, we have a place for you:

There is a place for YOU to be involved

  • Teacher
  • Meal Provider
  • Mentor
  • Administrative Support
  • Fund-raising
  • Financial Contributor
  • Prayer Team

Apply now using the form below or swing by our office to fill out a paper application!

Volunteer Spotlight - Carolyn Northcutt

Carolyn Northcutt has been a Century 21 Real Estate Agent since 1996 and very active in the Kerrville community. She has been volunteering at CWJC almost from the very beginning. In 2001, she was introduced to the CWJC spring class at a local women's luncheon by a friend that was a current CWJC teacher. The women and ministry made such an impact on her that, immediately after the luncheon, she drove to CWJC and filled out a volunteer application. In the fall of 2001, she began co-teaching a class called "Women to Work" which was the original foundation of the "Women at Work" class we now offer.

Carolyn later became a Certified Life Coach and has been teaching our Life Coaching classes ever since. In this class, Carolyn helps the women set and map a path toward achieving their "BHAG" (Big Hairy Audacious Goal) and gives them tools to be bold and stay the course. They also read the book "If You Want to Walk on Water, You Have to Get Out of the Boat" by John Ortberg and discuss it in length. Her class has been an integral part of what we offer at CWJC and is she is now teaching it in our evening program as well. Thank you, Carolyn, for being an encourager to so many.

How You Can Help

Prayer Team

Each participant, mentor, volunteer, and teacher needs ongoing prayer support.


Critical to the success of each woman enrolled in CWJC is the support they receive through a personal mentor who serves as a friend, encourager and spiritual supporter. Mentor training is provided.

Bible Teachers

One element that sets CWJC apart from other training programs is daily in-depth Bible study conducted by volunteer teachers.


Leaders are needed to teach basic life skills and job readiness classes such as budgeting, appropriate dress, interview skills and computer.


Suitable employment for the women must be found once they have completed their training. Please contact us to interview our graduates for job openings you have.


Assistance is needed in providing lunch for the class each day during the 12-week session, providing administrative support, helping with special events (including graduation and our annual spring style show), providing items for our food pantry as well as professional clothing closet and/or personal needs basket, providing financial support.

Financial Contributions

Participants often need childcare, transportation, haircuts, career clothes, eyeglasses, dental work, etc. You may help by providing these services or by providing financial support for these services.

Together we share in the love & joy of Christ!

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