Jobs for Life Inc

Rating: 4.92 stars   13 reviews


111 E Hargett St Raleigh NC 27601 USA


Jobs for Life offers a unique solution to poverty and joblessness in communities and for individuals across the country by equipping churches and community-based organizations to help unemployed and underemployed individuals obtain meaningful work and build healthy lives


Over 7,000 people have been served by JfL since 2006. As of 1/1/2010, churches and organizations in over 120 cities and 29 states lead JfL training classes.

Target demographics:

Nationwide, unemployed and underemployed men and women as well as at-risk youth

2010 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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Rating: 5 stars  

8 people found this review helpful

I've been involved with Jobs for Life in 2 capacities: as a donor and as a facilitator of a JfL group in my community. As a donor I know that Jobs for Life is exactly what it claims to be, and that it uses its funds effectively, efficiently, and as expected. As a facilitator, I know that the material is absolutely outstanding. Our participants developed break-through confidence in their ability to seek and finds jobs. They learned interview skills; they prepared excellent resumees; they learned how to overcome barriers; they learn how to handle criminal records and periods of unemployment in the interview process; they strengthened their commitment to values such as punctuality and integrity; and they grew closer to the Lord. It was life-changing... it changed me too! Powell Harrison Roswell, GA

I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...

watching participants slowly, slowly grow and, by the grace of God, put their lives back together.

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About every month

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