Christian Women's Job Corps of Greater Baytown

aka CWJC   |   Baytown, TX   |  www.cwjcbaytown.org
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Mission

CWJC of Greater Baytown, began in 2004. Our mission is to teach women skills to become independent and self-sufficient in life. Through building self-esteem, job training, computer training, and other hands on teaching, women are better equipped to break the ties of poverty and leaning on government assistance. Women become empowered by gaining confidence through their class work, building healthly relationships and choose higher paying careers without fear. CWJC's current goal is to provide a home for the women and children who are homeless. These women will be required to complete the CWJC course requirements in additional to more in-depth personal goal setting and money management to prepare them to purchase their own home. This is a huge need in our area since hurricanes, Rita, Katrina and now Ike, devasted our housing and resources in Baytown, and brought thousands of families to our area. Safe, affordable housing is non-existent in our area. Our goal is to meet this critical need by purchasing a home for the women to start living healthy, independent lives, free from assistance and continue teaching them the values and sacrifices it takes to own your own home and be a productive and proud citizen. She will now give back to the community, because of her experiences and the pride she has for all she's accomplished! She's a better mother, wife, neighbor, friend, an employee with integrity and worth. She treasures the things she has and respects her property and others. She sees the scares fading and a vibrant new life ahead. That's why we do what we do!

Ruling year info

2004

Principal Officer

Mrs. Sandy Crow

Main address

PO Box 2782

Baytown, TX 77522

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EIN

90-0170294

NTEE code info

Services to Promote the Independence of Specific Populations (P80)

Employment Training (J22)

Other Housing, Shelter N.E.C. (L99)

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CWJC students are enrolled in a 12 week semester which includes life skills classes and computer and job training courses. Women are provided a mentor to help work on her personal needs and/or goals and are provided tools/resources to help meet those needs. CWJC also provides professional clothing for each student to ensure they look and feel the successes they truly are. The clothes closet is also open to women in the community who are interviewing or just received employment. Education opportunity workshops are provided each semester for students better understand our local college and other area educational training opportunities. Domestic Violence workshops are provided each semester with students having the opportunity to discuss privately with a professional counselor.
Professonal counseling for students is now available for those in need.

In March 2008 Serenity was opened. Serenity is a long-term transitional home for women and their children who need an encourageing, safe and structured environment to live and work toward living independently and free of agency/government assistance. This is a huge need for our community, especially since the disasters of hurricanes. The current home is being leased. Seven women can live in the current residence. CWJC's goal is to purchase a larger home in 2009.

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Women's Missionary Union 2004

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Christian Women's Job Corps of Greater Baytown

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Christian Women's Job Corps of Greater Baytown

Board of directors
as of 05/02/2012
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Brenda Nikird

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Michelle Gilmore

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Chere' Wilson

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Brenda Nikirk

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Betty Breaux

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Stephanie Campos

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