Isaiah 61 Project, Inc. in partnership with Orleans/Niagara BOCES, along with local churches, service providers, businesses, Niagara Organizing Alliance for Hope (N.O.A.H), Home Depot and the city of Niagara Falls are now offering a FREE four hundred (400) hour Job Training program in the Construction Trade.

The curriculum will include the following topics: Electrical, Flooring, Framing, Plumbing, Blueprint reading, Masonry, Installation of windows and doors, and Installation of kitchen cabinets and countertops.

The course will include classroom instruction as well as hands-on job training in the form of rehabbing vacant/abandoned homes…hence creating decent, affordable low-income housing. If a potential candidate is accepted into the program, and completes the course, O/N BOCES, Isaiah 61 Project, Inc., N.O.A.H, and others will actively assist in job placement of the graduate and/or direct them in enrolling in higher education programs (e.g. apprenticeship programs).

Isaiah 61 Project, Inc. is a Faith Based organization with offices and a training facility at 1625 Buffalo Ave Suite 3C, 14303 in the city of Niagara Falls. Its mission is to serve the immediate vocational and material needs of residents of Niagara County through construction trades training, career placement, and building a Biblical life purpose.



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(Applications are accepted throughout the year and paper applications can be obtained at the office 8:00am until 4:00pm on weekdays)


Why are you applying? What do you hope to gain by participating in the Program?

“I have a 5 year old daughter and one on the way,
I need to better myself to be able to support my family”. -CAB Jr.

“I need this job to get back on track and do what’s right for my family.” -JCB

“A better life for myself and my 6 month old daughter.” -MDB

“I’ve got children that need to be provided for.” -MG

“I believe that when human beings have a beautiful dwelling to occupy,
they are more hopeful. I hope to find fulltime employment in the building trades locally.” -ABS

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