Christian Men’s Job Corps, Waco provides a Christian context in which men in need are equipped for life and employment; and a missions context in which men mentor men.
Before coming to CMJC, Aaron, age 23, had never had a regular job. By the time he graduated from CMJC he was working full-time at a Waco-area poultry processing plant. More significantly, Aaron left CMJC with a new attitude and opinion about work to last a lifetime, and a firsthand understanding of God's grace and redemptive power.
Earlier in his life Ronnie graduated at the top of his class at Baylor, passed the CPA exam, and went on to a successful career leading several global real estate development companies. But then he made some wrong moves and ended up in Waco, broke and homeless at age 59. Through CMJC, God opened doors for Ronnie to land a well-suited, top-level controller position with an entrepreneurial manufacturer in the Dallas area.
John, 26, discovered new horizons that God had in store for him at CMJC. Not only was he quickly hired at a Waco-based mechanical contractor that employs numerous CMJC graduates, but John decided to pursue higher education and enrolled part-time at MCC by the time he graduated.