About JobsRVA

Support JobsRVA

Join your faith with others to support JobsRVA and other nonprofits as we raise funds during The Amazing Praise!  Any time from Tuesday, Sept 20th at noon to Thursday, Sept 23rd noon we are raising funds to expand our transformational workforce initiatives.  It’s a 48-hour giving celebration. Go to The Amazing Praise, click JobsRVA and give your best donation!

JobsRVA is here to serve the unemployed, the underemployed and everyone in between in the greater Richmond community to provide them with the skills needed to better themselves and to find a career that can make a positive impact on their lives.

Our mission is supported by a partnership of nonprofits and churches who share our passion for working with people to help them thrive, through meaningful discussions and hands-on skills training with mentors and instructors.

Each training site in the JobsRVA Network teaches from an established, biblically-based job preparation curriculum called Jobs for Life, which seeks to break the cycle of poverty and build people up to serve the community in a greater way.

I believe I speak for all my partners when I say that we are proud to be able to offer this service to the Highland Park area. Seeing people get jobs and change their lives and the lives of their families is an amazing thing to see. Honest hard work is something God seeks from all of us. I’m proud of the men and woman who took these steps to improve their lives. Each one of our graduates has agreed to model their lives and exhibit the character of Christ in all that they do to the best of their ability. We can’t ask for any more than that.

Jo White, representing the Highland Park Site facilitated by…

Boaz and Ruth, Northside Outreach Center and Saving Our Youth

Highland Park Site

Into The Neighborhood started a Jobs for Life site in the Richmond City Justice Center (RCJC) in the fall of 2015.  We are grateful to the Jobs RVA team and their support in starting and maintaining Jobs for Life site in the RCJC. We share best practices and resources, learning from one another.  To God be the Glory! Great things He is doing!  Thanks, Jobs RVA!!

Marti Williams, Executive Director of Into The Neighborhood

Richmond City Justice Center