There’s dignity in work.
We find that most of our shelter guests, recovery students, and FYC families are eager to make a better life for themselves and those they love. To this end, John 3:16 Mission considers work experience and job training as a key part of our mission to prevent homelessness, offering a path out of poverty.
The women in our Renew program work with BeeLoved Trading, using honey and other bee byproducts to create products we sell. The men of New Creation help on our Refuge farm with managing crops and working in our ranching operation. All students help out with kitchen and cleaning duty around campus.
With the completion of our 19,780 square-foot John 3:16 Mission Administration and Training Building, opening in summer 2024 at our Refuge campus, we’ll be expanding our job training capabilities further. Check back for exciting opportunities coming soon!