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​​​​​Christian Women's Job Corps Program

Who is eligible?

Any woman, 18 or older, who is sober and drug-free, may apply for enrollment in the program.       

Do I need a high school diploma?

No high school diploma or GED is required to attend CWJC.  We will help you enroll in a GED program that works for you, should you desire a GED.

This FREE 11-week program provides you with job and life skills training, including Microsoft Office 2010 computer software.  Our curriculum prepares you for today's workforce and life's challenges, and builds character that employers are looking for.  Our participants also receive a lunch each full class day.

CWJC Programs:

  • Are free to participants
  • Require an application and interview
  • Network with employers for you, but don't guarantee employment
  • Include a free lunch Monday through Thursday
  • Require regular attendance just like your employer would
  • Include graduation and certificate 
 
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What hours and days will I attend?

CWJC is a full-time day program that is 11 weeks long.  You are required to attend classes  Monday - Thursday from  8:45 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. and Friday 8:45 - 12:30 p.m.  Programs begin every February and August.

Listen to one of our students​.

How do I get more information?

    • Call the CJC offices at (830) 331-9916 ext. 1 and talk to Debbie.
    • Download a participant brochure.
    • Email Debbie at Debbie@cjcboerne.org or from our Contact Us page on this site. 

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Debbie McCormick

CWJC Program Director 

Debbie became part of Christian Job Corps in 2007, first as a participant and then as the office Administrative Assistant for both the men's and women's programs.  CWJC was a life changing experience for her and her desire is to give back so that other women may benefit.  She and her husband Richard were married in 1973 and they attend Cibolo Creek Community Church in Fair Oaks Ranch.  They are blessed with two children, Carrie and Doug, and four grandchildren.