What is a Volunteer Life Coach?

Life Coaches serve as an additional life-line for returning citizens, serving as as a confidant, counselor, and champion. A life coach helps build confidence and instill personal accountability and responsibility in people, as well as helps to establish boundaries for those seeking assistance. Essentially, a life coach stands as a "role model for life."

Ready4Work's Life Coaching program is intended to equip its life coaches with the skills required to support returning citizens with reentry. Ensuring support and success for clients, a life coach works in concert with the Life Coach Coordinator, as well as other Ready4Work Staff.

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If you are interested in learning more about becoming a volunteer Life Coach, please contact our Life Coach Coordinator at 904.354.HOPE or submit your information on the form below.

Eligibility Requirements to Become a Life Coach:​

  • 21 years of age
  • No felony conviction within last year
  • Not actively on parole/probation
  • Complete one 4-hour training class
  • One-year commitment
  • Submit to background check

Life Coach orientation occurs every 3rd Wednesday of the month from 12:30 - 2:00 p.m. at Operation New Hope