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My WBP Story – Jolene


I must admit that I had a lot of hesitation before coming to Women’s Bean Project because I originally thought this program had something to do with the halfway house I live in, and I  didn’t want anything to do with it. 

After finding out that the Bean Project offered job skills and life skills that would help me, I decided to apply for a job and I am so glad I did! 

Since being employed at Women’s Bean Project, I have earned my GED with the help of a weekly tutor and I am taking the steps to attend community college. 

This place (WBP) has helped me so much and I am so thankful to be here.

For the first time, I have money saved and I’ve been volunteering at my local church, helping others in need.  Within the next few weeks, I will be moving out of the halfway house and be reunited with my kids.  I am still working on myself, but I now know the future looks bright.

~Jolene, 2013-14 Program Participant 

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