At SJW, sometimes it’s the seemingly simple things that make a huge difference in our clients’ employment journeys. This was the case for Mitzi, who simply needed a computer and internet access to apply for jobs online. This, like many of our clients, is the reality for many of our Valley community members who are…
We can’t do this alone, and neither can you! We exist to serve our clients; you are our “why.” SJW understands that life throws a lot of difficult challenges our way. Read this post to learn about the process of letting us help you get a job.
Valley employment organization St. Joseph the Worker has officially marked its expansion into the East Valley.
Looking for a job as a person with a criminal history can be challenging. Numerous obstacles will be in your way. However, it is not impossible to find the job for you. You can be hired!
Clothilda has been working with St. Joseph the Worker since the summer of 2020, and has since become the first member of our Employment Bridge Program to purchase her own apartment!
There are ways to gain the benefits of focus while avoiding a destructive either-or mindset.
For many professionals, their career is an integral part of their identity amongst other activities. Sudden and prolonged unemployment can seriously impact one’s mental and emotional health.
Watch Lieryn Jacobs with SSP America discuss open jobs from our Mesa office.
SJW Director of Development, Marcy LaRont, discusses false myths and stereotypes surrounding the homeless community in DTPHX’s Community Voices series.
Watch St. Joseph the Worker’s Executive Director, Brent Downs, talk about our services at 5800 SJW.
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