Student Housing Program: The Journey Project provides fully furnished shared housing units for all male Students/Participants. Usually there are two occupants per unit. Each unit has its own kitchen and bathroom facilities. Usually laundry services are available on site. The Journey Project housing is a friendly and pleasant community where you can focus on moving your life forward and need not be concerned about any “stigma” attached to a criminal conviction (If applicable). We do not deny anyone because of their criminal history. We are drug free and harassment free. We provide the benefit of establishing a residential history.
We cannot over express… if you have any difficulty with anyone’s past this is not the place for you.
VOCATIONAL SKILLS TRAINING
Vocational Skill Training provides work readiness training for the eventual transition into the non-program work force. Also available is job placement assistance through a network of partnered companies and/or schools. During this time you will also be guided in developing a plan for obtaining a career rather than just working a job.
Everyone is required to participate in the Vocational Skills Program for the first thirty days. This consist of Work Skills Training in one of our business and/or Vocational Skill Training.
For those not yet employed The Journey Project provides, on a case by case basis, Work Skills Training in a variety of fields. If you enroll into the Work Skills Program you will receive a stipend for the hours assigned, which will be applied towards your program fees and helps establish the financial needs for building a life in the community.
The Journey Project asserts that a positive sense of personal spirituality is an important tool to develop and engage the greater good within ourselves. We believe in finding and following a moral compass that promotes self-love and love of others. We believe that finding your own place in the spiritual community creates positive pro-social friendships and community.
Work Skills In Action
Some of The Journey Project students (below photos) learning concrete skills that will add to there list of skills learned at The Journey Project. We offer many skills training and projects here at The Journey Project for students wanting to learn a trade.
Ways to Help
Make A Donation
The Journey Project values your dollar as we are always growing and always evolving. The Journey Project relies 100% on donations.
Sponsor A Participant/Student
Want to sponsor a particiapants monthly rent, or perhaps their basic needs? The Journey Project gladly takes your participation with our participants with open arms. For more details, e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Give A Gift
Giving a gift to a Journey Project particpant is an uplifiting experience not only for you but a great encouragment to our students . Check out the Donate or Student Needs link for more details.
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