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The Joseph Project is a faith-based program which equips and empowers community members toward greater vocational opportunities.  Participants experience a 4-day transformational life skills training program and then are offered a chance to interview with a company willing to hire at a living wage.

Transformational Impact

Joseph Project participants build powerful skillsets which empower all aspects of life

Team Work

Stress Management

Financial Management

Spiritual Fitness

Time Management

Conflict Resolution


Graduates of the Joseph Project receive transportation as part of the program to eliminate barriers and help them succeed. Are you a volunteer that wants to make a difference by transporting men and women to and from their job to help them regain a life of self-sufficiency? If so, please click below!!!


How it works

Joseph Project is an intensive 5 day course which focuses on enhancing life skills, resume building and interview mastery.

How to get started?

  1. Attend a Wednesday Info Session to learn more about the program and see if it's a good mutual fit

  2. Joseph Project coordinator will contact you the next day to confirm if you are "in" for an upcoming course

  3. Attend Friday Orientation

  4. Attend a course which typically starts the following week

What to Bring

  • A positive attitude

  • Your resume

  • A willingness to learn


What to Wear

  • Be dressed for success!

Form more information about The Joseph Project, email Eugene Smalls or call 920.283.0185

Upcoming Joseph Project Info Sessions

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“The Joseph Project has been an absolute blessing for me. Through the program, I have identified some barriers that have prevented me from sustaining employment in the past. I have a new confidence. I believe in myself. I am a winner.” 


- Joseph Project participant


The Joseph Project is made possible through the generous support of individual, foundation and corporate partners.

For more information on how to make a deep community impact through The Joseph Project, contact Christian Jensen.

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