What is Prepped for Life?
CJC’s Prepped for Life Program equips women to navigate their path toward better life-choices and a new start. If someone is suffering from past or present hurts, our program can help the healing process. We work with our women’s strengths, identifying their talents, sharpening their skills, and encouraging them towards God’s intended path.
This six-week life-enhancing program, held in-person, includes dealing with guilt, setting boundaries, conflict resolution and anger management, identifying your gifts, confidence in talking about your gifts, interviewing proficiency, and money matters. Our curriculum prepares you for life’s challenges and builds character that God intends for all His children. Check out the program Outcomes Map and a listing of activities.
Prepped for Life includes:
Learning a new approach to life
Finding your God-given talents
Learning your true worth
Building your confidence and resume
Restoring hope and fulfillment
Communicating with respect
Polishing an interview
Completing application, assessments, and a commitment
Receiving a professional or volunteer resume
Receiving a certificate upon completion
Is this for me?
Women come from all walks of life and stages in their personal development. Whether you are just entering the workforce, re-entering after a period of time, really don’t need employment, or looking to advance in your career, our program has something for everyone. Are you someone who doesn’t need employment? Then let us help you find your passion and purpose in life through this same program. If you are suffering from past or present hurts, our programs can help your healing process. If you have been convicted of a felony or have a troubled past, we can help you navigate your path toward better life choices and a new start.
Who is eligible?
Any woman who is 18 and older and who is sober and drug-free may apply for enrollment in the women’s program. Age waivers for those no longer in high school.
Do I need a high school diploma?
No high school diploma or GED is required to attend CJC. We will help you enroll in a GED program that works for you, should you desire a GED.
What hours, days, and location will I attend?
This is a daytime program for women only. You are required to attend classes every Monday & Thursday for six-weeks from 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Programs repeat approximately every 9 weeks. Classes held at the Hill Country Pregnancy Care Center, 439 Fabra St., Boerne, TX 78006.
What do students say about the program?
Listen to what Evelyn has to say about the program.
For more information:
- Submit questions via the Contact Us page.
- Call the CJC office at (830) 331-9916 to speak with our Programs Coordinator.