Life Skills

a collection of curriculum used in Rescue Missions to teach clients life skills

Anger Management Course

A series of classes designed for people in early recovery in Rescue Missions

Anger Management Course

Series developed for shelter clients of Rescue Missions

Conflict Resolution

Class prepared for persons in early recovery in Rescue Missions

Stuckpoint Classes

Two of a series of classes planned for homeless shelter clients in first weeks of homelessness to assist them with issues that leave them "stuck" in their situation

 

Negative thinking and Time Management

Workplace Ethics

In this presentation, TechMission Corps program assistant Camille Britton covers some of the basic principles of workplace ethics. She stresses the importance of responsibility, hard work, honesty, and willingness to accept correction.

Work Study

Work Study

What is work-study?

As part of their financial aid packet, college students can earn a certain amount of money by working. Most of this money is earned through on-campus jobs, but the US Department of Education requires that 7% of all work-study funds go to jobs serving in community and faith-based organizations. Schools pay up to 75% of the cost of these positions with the nonprofit paying as little as 25%.

Why hire work-study students?

You get the committment paid staff member for half or quarter the money!

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