Our career navigation services provide comprehensive employment and education support. Through services such as professional soft skills training and job application support, we equip men and women coming out of homelessness and addiction to successfully enter and re-enter the workforce.
We encourage clients to use self-assessments, such as Myers–Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®), Strengths Finder 2.0 and learning style assessments, to understand and incorporate their strengths in a professional setting. In our employability classes, clients learn soft skills such as teamwork and interpersonal communication necessary for establishing and maintaining job security.
Vocational Training Program
Our Vocational Training Program is a partnership opportunity with local business owners and professionals meant to help graduates of our New Life Recovery Program transition into or back into the workforce. Local employers come alongside our graduates for thirty, sixty or ninety days to provide them with job training and experience. Through this program, men and women coming out of homelessness and addiction are equipped to secure long-term employment and stability.
Want to be a Vocational Training Provider? As a Vocational Training Provider you will make a major impact in the lives of men and women coming out of addiction and prepare them for success in escaping homelessness for good. For more information on the requirements and benefits of becoming a Vocation Training Provider, click HERE.
Yes! I’m Interested. If you are interested in providing job training through your business please fill out the interest form below: