Thrive partners with willing and capable people to work toward the goal of economic self-sufficiency and stability through employment by helping members overcome barriers to gaining, maintaining and advancing at work. If this is something you are interested in, Thrive is the place for you!
Finding a good job can be hard, but you don’t have to do it alone! Thrive exists to support job seekers in their journey towards self-sufficiency and reducing dependence on government benefits. We believe the best way to break the cycle of poverty is a good job.
The entry point of our services is a multi-day workshop where job seekers will kick-start their job search and learn about: Career exploration, God’s design and broken relationships, roadblocks, professional communication, interviewing, and job search tips and tricks. Workshops are offered in various locations throughout the course of the year.
The next workshop is January 2020.
After completing a workshop, members will have the opportunity to be paired with a coach for one-on-one employment support for one year. Coaches and members typically meet weekly and work towards the member’s employment goals. Coaches have access to employer partner information and can help connect the Thrive Member with companies that are interested in working with Thrive members.
Thrive may be a good fit for you if are:
- Willing and capable of working
- Currently accessing public benefits and have the goal of working towards self-sufficiency
- Motivated to put in the work for things to be different
- Single parent
- 18-49 years old
- Looking for a better job that will provide financial stability
- Unemployed due to criminal history
If you have questions about your eligibility, please call us at 303-604-8065.
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Quotes from Thrive Members
“I loved the variety of topics, interactions with others, employer panel, and interviews.”
“The workshop gave me the confidence to face my fears and to make a change in my career.”
“I wish I was aware of this resource a long time ago.”
“The most valuable part of the workshop was knowing I am not alone or the only one. “