Although Christian Women’s Job Corps is open to any participant regardless of religion, we do require that all volunteers adhere to our Statement of Faith:

We believe in the Trinity, God as Father, Son and Holy Spirit, and the Bible as the Word of God.  Salvation comes through grace by believing in Jesus Christ as the only begotten Son of God, our Savior and Lord.  Once saved, the Holy Spirit indwells, thereby instructing, guiding, and empowering the individual to follow the mandate of Jesus Christ in daily living.

We are a Strength-Based Ministry

This ministry is not about “fixing” what is wrong with our participants.  CWJC is about change and we want to empower our participants to make the changes necessary to reach their goals.  We believe that each person has the capacity for change and growth by way of the Holy Spirit which requires us to focus on their resources: talents, goals, and experiences.  Nevertheless, CWJC is NOT a Deficit-Based ministry that focuses on problems and weaknesses.  We are a Strength-Based ministry that focuses on the person’s resources that will guide them to achieve their goals.  We will always seek the Lord in prayer in regard to enacting a Strength-Based strategy.


  • Cleaning of the CWJC building
  • Organizing of the clothes closet
  • Restocking and organizing the food/supply closet
  • Preparing lunch or dinner for participants and volunteers on-site
  • Scheduling a night of fellowship and fun with the participants and their families at the local Playground, Outreach Center and/or church Fellowship Hall
  • Sharing your “God testimony” with the participants during dinner
  • Scheduling a Car Care Clinic for our participants (how to check your oil, how to change a flat tire, how to add water, etc.)


Many of the women who will attend CWJC may be unfamiliar with the Word of God, for this reason we are still in need of Godly women to help walk along side them through this process and follow up with them about their progress after graduation.  Give a someone a fish and feed them for a day, TEACH someone to fish and feed them for a lifetime.

  • The term “Mentor” will no longer be used and will instead be replaced by the title “Christian Friend.”
  • The purpose of a Christian Friend will be to walk along side each student rather than to lead the student.
  • Christian Friends will be asked to indicate their strengths in the areas of spiritual, practical/career and relational skills.  The students will then be asked to identify their needs within these areas for an ideal match with a Christian Friend.
  • Matching of Christian Friends will be held during participant orientation.
  • It is advised that Christian Friends periodically come by the site to meet, encourage and have fellowship with the students.  It is our hope that we can facilitate an environment conducive to trust building and openness between the students and Christian Friends.
  • Each Christian Friend will be paired with one student during the ten or twelve week session.
  • A Christian Friend will take on the role of 1) encourager, 2) prayer partner, 3) listener and 4) friend.
  • Christian Friends are given a list of resource books that may aid them during their time with Christian Women’s Job Corps.
  • Christian Friends for are required to attend CWJC Volunteer training, Christian Friend Orientation and regular Christian Friend meetings during the session.


You or your group can partner with CWJC  by volunteering a meal. Preparing and/or serving meals are great ways to meet the participants “up close and personal.”

Follow these instructions:
1.  On the Internet, go to the website
2.  In the Find box in the middle of the screen, type the following information, then hit     “enter” or click the green Find box.
Recipient Last Name — cwjc
Password — fall2017
3.  It will bring up the instructions and schedule for the Fall 2017 session.
4.  Please see the “Notes from Robbie Richardson” concerning the number of meals, what to bring, and the time to deliver the meal.
5.  Click Take on the date your group wants to bring a meal and enter the information.
6.  Contact your group concerning details such as who will bring the different dishes of the meal, and the date, place and time to deliver them.

You might prefer the “old school” method of signing up to furnish a meal and that can be done by contacting Robbie Richardson, the CWJC Meal Coordinator, at 662-722-7598 or through email at



Men and women are needed to teach classes such as Bible Study, Basic Computer, Money Management, Health and Nutrition, Communications, Interpersonal Relationships, Conflict Resolution, Boundaries, Anger Management, etc.

“Teach me your ways, O Lord, that I may live according to your truth!  Grant me purity of heart, so that I may honor you.  With all my heart I will praise you, O Lord my God.  I will give glory to your name forever.”  Psalm 86:11-12

You may email the CWJC Site Coordinator,, call us at (662) 722-3016 or call the Golden Triangle Baptist Association at (662) 328-6802 with further questions about volunteering. 


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