Volunteers of Beauregard Christian Women’s Job CorpsSM are making an investment in the lives of women and their families in our community. We invite you to come join us!


“Since retiring from a career in education where I spent the first half teaching business classes and the last half with high school special education, I now am involved in a different aspect of the learning process with CWJC. CWJC has truly become the highlight of my teaching life……I feel so grateful God has led me to be involved with Him in this program.” Nita Maddox, Computer Instructor

“I came with the attitude of giving but instead I am the receiver.” JoAnn Varnum, Mentor

“Being a teacher at CWJC is a God-appointed opportunity to share my talents with others in whatever capacity He permits. I am blessed with the “A-HAH” and “LIGHTS ON” moments that occur. Being a mentor is a blessing to me in that I am allowed to share with other mentors and mereas [participants] all that God has blessed me with and to encourage others along the way.” Sandra Grant, Mentor and Teacher

Volunteer Opportunities for Individuals

Prayer Warrior:

Prayer warriors receive periodic prayer requests and updates.


Women serve as mentors and play a very important role in the life of a participant as they act as an encourager, confidante and resource person.

Bible Study Leader:

A Bible study leader meets with participants weekly for a one-hour nondenominational Bible study.


Teachers lead or facilitate classes in our spring and fall sessions. Classes include keyboarding and computer skills, customer service,  job-readiness preparation, financial management, health and nutrition, GED tutoring, etc.

Lunch Provider:

Provide a lunch for participants and volunteers or donate funds for lunches.

Opportunities for Groups, Businesses or Individuals

Childcare and Transportation:

Adopt a BCWJC participant, providing childcare and/or transportation if needed.

Driver’s Education:

Provide a scholarship for driver’s education for a participant.

Professional Assistance:

Offer your professional services pro bono for dental work, legal advice or other assistance.


  • Provide one week of on-the-job training (without pay).
  • Take part in a roundtable discussion with participants.
  • Sponsor a fundraising event.
  • Hire a BCWJC graduate.