Heart of JfL
Flip the List Video
The Flip the List Video is one of Jobs for Life’s signature marketing pieces. It summarizes why Work is important to God and the dignity of every person. It demonstrates how Jobs for Life uses Work as means to break the cycle of poverty and joblessness. Use this video as a way to market your Jobs for Life ministry to your church and/or community to give a case why others should get involved.
JfL Flyer: The Church
One-page flyer with information on how the Church is uniquely positioned to help solve the problem of poverty and joblessness.
JfL Flyer: THE COMMUNITY
One-page flyer with information on how your community can work together with Jobs for Life to address the problem of poverty and joblessness.
JfL PowerPoint Presentation (includes notes and customizable slides)
This PowerPoint presentation can be used to present Jobs for Life to churches, organizations, businesses, etc. Includes an overview about Jobs for Life (mission, vision, how it works, etc), discusses the poverty issue, and covers what is taught in the JfL class. There are also customizable slides that can used to add additional details about your site and class, if applicable.
Preparing for Instruction
Class Evaluation Requirements Overview
A brief overveiw of the 5 required steps for class evaluation and information about class impact reports.
JfL for Adults Pre-Class Student Survey
Pre-Class Student Assessment for Jobs for Life. Please reserve 5-10 minutes for your students to complete during class. Save for your records to ascertain progression once class is completed.
Student Progress Report
Form for tracking student attendance, completion of assignments, graduation status, and post-class follow up.
Career Key Assessment link
Professional assessment tool often used in career counseling to identify potential careers that may lead to job satisfaction.
Student Interview Questionnaire
Recruiting and Training Team
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Recruiting Your Leadership Team Test
Recruiting a strong leadership team is key to implementing an effective job preparedness ministry. Select below to access all the tools you need to recruit solid team members. Included are planning checklist, leadership roles, job descriptions, and marketing tools to kick off your ministry.
Volunteer Background Form
Information form for all volunteers to complete. Includes general info, educational background, security, employment status and training info.
Volunteer Contact Form
For site leader to keep track of volunteer info on single page.
Site Consent Form
Form distributed by site and signed by each student consenting to publication of their story, testimony, and pictures for use in JfL materials.
Applicant Background Form
Information form for all students to complete. Includes general info, work status, educational background, security, employment status, and previous work experience.
Joy’s Story: The Lord’s Hand is in Everything
Joy came to her end when she learned she could not escape addiction and destructive behavior on her own. Every time she tried to quit she fell deeper. Through Jobs for Life, Joy met Margie, a caring friend who committed to walk alongside her. Through the story of Joseph discussed in class, Joy learned not to compromise and that the Lord’s hand is in all.
Sample Prayer Log
For logging prayer requests; includes student name, site team member, date of request, and date answered.
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Daniel’s Story: Learning the Language of Work
Daniel began seeking employment after losing his job of 17 years. Originally, he did not believe he could learn anything new from the Martha O’Brian Center Jobs for Life class. However, after attending a job interview ill-prepared, Daniel decided to try the JfL class. Since completing the training course Daniel has grown in his presentation skills, confidence, and relationship with God. This is a great testimony video to show participants in the class.
JfL Graduate Testimonies – Damascus, Annette, Shuntae, and Jill
Four graduates briefly recount their Jobs for Life class experiences and the skills the class gave them to succeed in the workforce.
JfL for Adults Post-Class Student Survey
Post-Class Student Assessment for Jobs for Life. Please reserve 5-10 minutes for your students to complete during your final class. When completed, scan and email surveys to firstname.lastname@example.org, noting your site name.
As a reminder, this survey is a part of our newly modified class evaluation requirements for every site. These simplified requirements are designed to be quick and easy to use.