EMPLOYMENT SUCCESS PROGRAM
Our Employment Success Program is a sixteen-week educational class that provides employment and life skills training. Community Uplift Partnership uses the Jobs for Life curriculum to help students engage in a journey from unemployment or under employment to meaningful employment and increased economic opportunity.
During the classroom sessions, apprentices will learn key life principles from Biblical role models, identify and work through barriers, and learn skills to prepare them for the workplace and for life. Our program teacher and coach will walk the journey with them to encourage, problem solve and guide the participants through the process of increasing their employment opportunity.
To apply the skills participants have learned in the classroom, they will complete a resume, job applications and mock interview to prepare for employment opportunities. One of the opportunities for employment is in the Reunion Coffee House caffeinated by CUP. Other employment opportunities are available with businesses in the Commerce City area, with whom CUP has built relationships.
By the conclusion of the program, the students will have the tools needed to find and retain meaningful employment and engage in a journey that will lead them to a productive life.
THE IDEAL CANDIDATE
The ideal candidate for the program should meet at least one of the following conditions:
For more information or to register for these classes, please contact:
Anna Phillips | Interim Executive Director | email@example.com| 720.477.0847
EMPLOYMENT SUCCESS PROGRAM APPLICATION
Our program consists of a sixteen-week course that meets Fridays from 11am-1pm at Templo Gethsemani (6690 Monaco St, Commerce City). Classes begin February 26th and end May 28th. In this program you will learn employment skills and life skills, including how to build relationships, character building, how to budget money, how to apply for employment, how to keep a job, what employers are looking for, how to create a resume, how to interview for employment. School credit may be available. Complete the application below to apply for the program.
We offer this program throughout the year. If you've missed the deadline for our Feb. 26th start, check back later for the start date of our summer session.
“What if people united together in a common goal- to make their communities stronger by helping people find meaningful work?”
Wednesdays, Thursdays & Fridays
1st & 3rd Fridays every month
60th Ave & Quebec St (Dicks Sports Complex Parking Lot)
Arrive by 8am to sign in; food distribution begins at 9am
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