St. Joseph the Worker’s objective is to help remove barriers by providing the resources necessary to gain and maintain employment. We offer our clients a hand up, not a hand out—building on their strengths and helping to reduce or eliminate any barriers to employment.

We are thrilled to announce the close of our most successful fiscal year to date at SJW! The 2016-2017 numbers speak for themselves:

    • 3,883 dedicated SJW clients obtained new employment
    • The average starting pay was $11.27 an hour
    • 42% of the jobs offered benefits

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  • St. Joseph the Worker wants to send a huge heartfelt thank you to Bob Owens of Red Wing Shoes (left) for his dedicated support. On a regular basis, Bob hand delivers Red Wing boots that St. Joseph the Worker’s motivated job seekers use to fulfill the requirements of a new job. Often times, it is these tangible items that can make or break a job search for an individual that is struggling to end homelessness or extreme poverty.

    Thank you Bob for being instrumental in Transforming Lives through Employment!
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    February 20th  ·  

    Come together with friends, colleagues, and loved ones and hike in support of St. Joseph the Worker!
    Every year, thousands of individuals face homelessness and poverty in Maricopa County alone. St. Joseph the Worker tackles this problem head on with client-centered programming. By breaking down common barriers to job search (such as lack of transportation, interview skills, or access to computers) our dedicated team of staff and volunteers assists individuals to find quality employment.

    The hike will be held at two different locations this year, feel free to attend the location nearest you.
    Locations:
    McDowell Mountain Regional Park -
    16300 McDowell Mountain Park Dr, Scottsdale, AZ 85268

    Thunderbird Conservation Park -
    22800 59th Ave, Glendale, AZ 85310

    Online Registration Closes on March 1, 2018.
    (Adults – $30, Youth – $15, Toddlers – Free)

    Day-of Registration will be available at the Hike. On-site registration pricing is as follows: Adults – $35, Youth – $20, Toddlers – Free.

    Don’t forget to indicate your Hike location when you register.

    If hiking with a team, please enter your team name on the registration page. Award will be given to the largest team!
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    2018 St. Joseph the Worker Hike for the Homeless

    March 3, 2018, 8:30am - March 3, 2018, 12:00pm

    Come together with friends, colleagues, and loved ones and hike in support of St. Joseph the Worker! Every year, thousands of individuals face homelessness and poverty in Maricopa County alone. St. J...

    February 13th  ·  

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