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What We Do

The WorkFaith Connection exists to provide effective and comprehensive employment services to men and women who have become discouraged in their job search. Our highly-structured program and Christian values help students increase the skills and confidence needed for successful transitions back into the workforce.

How We Do It

The program goes much deeper than simply teaching someone how to fill out an application, interview, and look for work. We provide personalized coaching services to further sharpen workplace competencies such as time management, conflict resolution, team work, and crisis management. The WorkFaith Connection equips our participants with the skills necessary to achieve long-term employment, personal stabilization, and career advancement.

What We Can Do For You

A WorkFaith Candidate

Completed 42-hours of job-readiness training
Enrolled in our 1-year coaching program
Work-ready, vetted, and prescreened
Drug tested and background checked
Confident, positive attitude
Access to continued support

Tax Incentives

Federal tax credits extended to employers for hiring from selected demographics such as
recipients of government assistance
individuals living in impoverished areas

Employer Services

All WorkFaith services are free to the employer
Utilize a staffing service option to minimize risk and cover HR responsibilities
1-year coaching service for employees hired through WorkFaith
Use our coaches to resolve conflict
Ability to request additional support for employee if needed

Additional Benefits

Increase retention
Decrease expenses
Direct impact to your bottom line
Signed 1-job-1-year agreement
Handpicked talent for your open positions


Community Benefits

78% employment rate of WorkFaith graduates
60% employed within 90 days of graduating
72% still employed a year later
52% employed a year later with the same employer

As men and women return to work, families are provided for and poverty is alleviated. Employed individuals’ need for government assistance is reduced and, for those with criminal backgrounds, employment greatly reduces recidivism. But above all, work fosters dignity. These transformed men and women become providers, tax payers, and role models in their homes, communities, and our city.