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​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Welcome to Christian Job CorpsCJC teaches people for a lifetime of successEquipping Adults for Life and Vocation

At Christian Job Corps of Kendall County, we teach women and men to fish for themselves.  Our dedicated volunteer instructors teach Christian-based life skills along with computer skills that prepare people for jobs.   Learn about our Free Programs.

Get Info - Classes for Men

Get Info - Classes for Women

Generous donors and enthusiastic volunteers allow us to improve lives.  As a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, we welcome your involvement.  Read more about some of our volunteers here.

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Our students are eternally grateful to you.
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Hate computers? Come learn with us!
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Every student builds a closer relationship with our Lord through loving instruction.
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Students help raise funds through
our style show.

Male students learning skills for a better job.
Our instructors are Christian volunteers with a passion for helping students succeed.


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Myths about the unemployed:

1) They are lazy

2) They aren’t very bright

3) They just want hand-outs

4) They just don’t have what it takes

Working together, we’re proving the myths wrong.

We know that our students have untapped abilities and gifts that, once discovered, can be used to open new doors of opportunity.

Together, we’ve opened eyes, ears, hearts and minds to teach others and give them a hand up – not a hand-out.

We’ve watched our students blossom as they gain self-confidence to apply for a new job or to find their first one.

Since 2005, we’ve helped more than 200 adults gain a relationship with Jesus Christ and confidence in themselves so that, with His help, they can have a more fulfilling life.


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