Stories Around the Fire Join us for “20 Years of Miracles: Stories around the Fire,” a virtual gathering on Saturday, November 14, at 7pm. Our CEO, Paula Robinson, and special guests will share stories around the campfire of all that God has done through the years at Parker County Center of Hope! Tune in on Read More
Our CareersNOW Construction program celebrated its 11th class with 4 new graduates in August. This 5-week course equips students through instruction and mentorship from experienced professionals, hands-on training and connection to contractors in the industry. For individuals like Josh, one of our recent graduates, CareersNOW provided encouragement and guidance while he navigated the transition and Read More
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Now in Session! Jobs for Life and Careers NOW Construction are now back in session as students have begun to meet in person at our new building. We are excited for a little “normalcy” and face to face interaction with our students while maintaining precautions and social distancing. Jobs for Life is our 8-week job training Read More
*COVID-19 UPDATE EFFECTIVE 10/5/2020: Parker County Center of Hope is still in operation to serve our community while closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and adjusting our services as needed for the overall protection of everyone involved. Please see below for a list of updates effective October 5, 2020. WAYS TO RECEIVE ASSISTANCE: Center of Hope Read More
BUILDING UPDATE – END OF YEAR FINISH DATE! JRJ Construction and their teams have been hard at work to stay on track with our November 2019 finish date! Interior and final construction began in March this year Plumbing and HVAC have been installed Framing for interior walls is almost complete Drywall installation has begun The Read More
Our Careers NOW construction program has officially passed its one year mark and continues to be a growing and successful pathway for acquiring new skills and a fresh career in an ever-demanding industry. 30 students have graduated from the program so far, both men and women, with many hired by companies like JRJ Construction, Phoenix Read More