Cornerstone's Workforce Development Division maintains numerous job readiness programs that help move each individual toward independent living and full-time employment. Participants not only receive guidance in job training, but assistance with high school GED, English as a Second Language (ESL), and adult literacy through Cornerstone's Adult Education programs. Other essential services such as transitional housing
and medical care
are offered to help a person maintain full-time employment.
Beginning with job readiness programs such as the Cornerstone Christian Women's Job Corps
, Workforce Development seeks to assist participants through the entire process of seeking, identifying, obtaining, and retaining a job in their chosen field. We also strive to connect job seekers with employers who work to facilitate retention and career opportunities for our participants. Twice monthly, Cornerstone hosts the Ladder of Achievement Job Club, a place to meet potential employers, network, and get support in the job searching process.