FAQs

Here are some common questions about Jobs Partnership.

What is Jobs Partnership?

  • A biblically based study conducted throughout a 12-week period
  • Classes meet for 2 hours 1 day a week
  • Students not having an NIV translation Bible will be provided one at no cost

What's the Purpose of Jobs Partnership Classes?

  • To equip students with biblical principles in preparation to become valued employees and consequently more employable
  • To expose students to the truth of the Word of God
  • To bring about positive changes in the lives of students

Graduation certificates are presented to students who meet the requirements to complete the course.

Where Are Classes Conducted?

  • Southside Mission, 1127 South Laramie, Peoria IL
  • McLean County Jail, 104 W Front Street, Bloomington IL

In What Jails/Prisons are Jobs Partnership Classes Currently Offered?

  • McLean County Jail, 104 W Front Street, Bloomington IL

Who Instructs the Classes?

The goal is to secure one volunteer for each class with the exception of “God and Relationships” Part 1 and 2. The same instructor teaches both of these classes.

What's the Goal for Jobs Partnership Classes in Illinois Prisons?

The goal is preparation for life out of prison.

How Do I Get Started?

You can call 309-826-1715
or drop in Tuesday – 6pm
1901 Tracy Drive
Suite 6 (East Building), Bloomington

How Can I Volunteer?

We are always in need of volunteers for mentoring, helping in the jail ministry, helping in the classes, and other opportunities when available.

You can contact us by

  • Calling us: 309-826-1715
  • Dropping in on Tuesday – 6pm1901 Tracy DriveSuite 6 (East Building), Bloomington
  • Email us: info@jobspartnershipblono.org

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For any other questions, please write us at info@jobspartnershipblono.org or call us at (309) 826-1715
jobs partnership serves the areas of Bloomington and Normal Illinois