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Connecticut Faith Jobs Collaborative

“Reviving Connecticut’s Economic Equity, Development, and Hope” 


Empowering Connecticut Residents & Businesses

The Connecticut Faith Jobs Collaborative is dedicated to creating and promoting self-sufficiency in Connecticut communities through Workforce & Business Training Program Design & Implementation

Key Collaborating Agencies & Organizations

Multiple CT Municipal Housing Authorities

Bridgeport Landing Development

Connecticut Faith Leaders Collaborative

Connecticut Black Clergy Coalition

Martin Luther King, Jr. Corriodors Initiative

Corves Development

Connecticut Hispanic Clergy Association



  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • Building Trades
  • Clerical & Administrative
  • Medical Skills Certification
  • Employer/Trainer Coordination
  • Cyber-Tech/IT

 Recruitment, Intake & Screening

  • Outreach & Marketing Campaign
  • Drug & Alcohol Screening
  • Police Records Check

Four Week Apprenticeship Training

  • Certified Instructors
  • Fulfills DOL Requirement
  • Enrollment Matches Demand
  • Necessary Skill Development
  • Familiarize with Industry Tools
  • OHSA Compliant
  • Top Flight Training Facilities

Comprehensive Life Skills Training

  • Application Counseling
  • Mock Job Interviewing
  • Appropriate Work Behavior
  • Enhancing Workplace Relations
  • Communication Skills
  • Appropriate Dress/Equipment
  • Adapting to Change

Training Areas

  • Advanced Manufacturing
  • Medical
  • Clerical
  • Customer Service
  • Construction
  • High Tech
  • Insurance
  • Banking & Finance
  • Bio-Tech

CFJC Workforce Readiness Program

The CFJC Workforce Readiness Program is designed to provide Connecticut residents with the opportunity to learn skills and train in a variety of trades. The Program will screen individuals interested in the Workforce Readiness Program and make appropriate referrals.

Program Description

The Program will administer a 4-week pre-employment training classes that are compatible with the hiring schedules of employers. For each class period WDP will recruit, accept, and train a number of residents that are compatible with the number of slots and type of trade positions requested by the employers. This process can produce 125 WDP graduates per year to meet the needs of the employers. The training disciplines shall be compatible with industry standards and the employment requirements dictated by the projects participated in.


Employers obtain access to pre-screened, motivated, well-prepared candidates in an industry where the labor demand is high and the supply low; they receive candidates that have access to the WDP support system; their employees are provided a mentor who is a knowledgeable mediator to address employment/ personnel situations. Connecticut municipalities receives new employment opportunities for its citizens, increased taxes, reduced crime, and less expenditure providing indigent supportive services.

Program Outcomes

CFJC seeks to provide applicants with career opportunities not just a job! It is expected that the WDP participants will have a meaningful experience in the area of improving the amount of their income and increasing their future employment prospects. Through the establishment of a CFJC Workforce Development Program in Connecticut, residents and program graduates will have learned how to market their skills to potential employers, improving their chances of continuous employment.

Outreach & Recruitment

Refer a minimum of 25 qualified individuals prior to the commencement of each cycle. Qualified applicants must meet the following minimum criteria:

  • Connecticut Resident
  • Valid Driver’s License
  • At least 18 years of age
  • Authorized to work in the U.S.
  • Drug free
  • Willing to authorize a Criminal Background check
  • Possess a High School Diploma or GED
  • Math and English Proficiency

CFJC will ensure that each individual has the following documentation:

  • Social Security Card
  • Driver’s License
  • Proof of Work Authorization (if not a U.S Citizen)
  • Proof of Residence
  • Copy of any credentials (HS Diploma, OSHA, etc.)


CFJC will be paid $(TBD) per cycle upon referral of 25 qualified applicants for a maximum of $(TBD) CFJC will submit a report with an invoice (form to be provided) which must contain the following information:

  • Number of Outreach activities
  • Dates and Locations of Recruitment
  • events
  • Number of Referrals
  • Name, Address and Social Security
  • Number of Referral


Program Proposal

Connecticut Faith Jobs Collaborative (CFJC) proposes to execute and complete the tasks related to the development, design, and implementation of a Workforce Development Program (WDP). It is proposed that a race and gender neutral program be implemented that assists Connecticut residents to receive building trade employment and training slots. It is proposed that each employment slot contain 1,000 hours, which will provide an opportunity for recipients of those slots to develop a marketable skill bank. Most starting wages are $15-$20.00 per hour. The Program will be implemented over a twelve (12) month period at which time it is anticipated that 125 WDP graduates will either enter on-the-job-training (OJT), skilled craftsmen, or laborer positions. Current Connecticut projects or employment needs will provide the employment opportunities to foster Connecticut resident’s success in the building trade industry and beyond. These wages will significantly contribute to Connecticut’s economy. For Connecticut residents to gain immediate benefits from these projects they must vigorously participate in the opportunities taking place in Connecticut now and projected for the very near future. Connecticut residents must be properly prepared to obtain and retain these employment positions.

Program Objectives

The WDP objective is to provide hiring employers with motivated and industry prepared candidates for employment. To reach this objective the WDP shall:

  • Outreach and recruit throughout Connecticut
  • Interview and screen applicants
  • Conduct aptitude and drug testing on final candidates
  • Select an appropriate number of applicants to meet the employment qualifications requested by employers
  • Implement 4-week building trade pre-employment training classes
  • Distribute required materials etc., to hired WDP graduates
  • Provide hired graduates stipend funds during their first week of work to cover transportation and lunch costs
  • Provide monthly job site visits by Counselors to monitor and counsel WDP placements and to interface with employers

Contact Us

For more information, feel free to write to us at ctfaithjobs@gmail.com