Work4Success program is an intensive two-week employment preparation program open to clients of Our Daily Bread Employment Center, St. Edward’s Workforce Development Center, My Sister’s Place Women’s Center, Sarah’s House and Anna’s House.


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To help raise your level of professionalism to new heights and prepare you to be truly competitive in the workforce as a Work4Success participant, you must:

  • Attend all ten classes, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. (lunch is provided)
  • Meet all class standards

We invite you to participate in our highly successful Work4Success program. As a participant in this rigorous training program, you will receive (at no cost):

  • Job readiness training – even if you’ve been looking for a job, we can help you make your job search faster and more efficient. Let our experts teach you how to conduct a successful job search that leads you to a job you really want.
  • Job placement assistance – we don’t just teach you how to look for a job; our placement assistance service helps put you in touch with employers who are looking for candidates like you.
  • Case management services

As a graduate of the ten-day training program, you will receive a certificate of completion and be eligible to work with our dedicated staff of placement managers. They will assist you to find and to retain a good job.

To further assist our Work4Success graduates, we can provide:

  • Bus tokens for travel to interviews
  • Business attire

Does Work4Success Work?

Watch the videos to hear from some of our graduates.

Ronald Reed, CP Alumni

Sherman Walker, Work4Success graduate

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Work4Success in the News, Stories & Testimonials

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July 3rd, 2020|

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