Our Mission
The Mission of the Forward Training Center of Hood County is to Educate, Support and Inspire Life-Changing Growth in Men and Women.

Profile & History

The Forward Training Center of Granbury (FTC), originally the Christian Women’s Job Corps of Granbury, Inc. (CWJC), began as a vision from Carol Seay, Executive Director, to help women in our community to go from dependency to self-sufficiency by obtaining life skills and job readiness training. The program was expanded when men were added to the program. 

Major Accomplishments

  • Over 200 men and women have graduated for the main program
  • 80% of the men and women enrolled in the program completed it
  • 11% have pursued further education
  • Operates with one paid Executive Director, Administrative Assistant and Program Director.
  • A certified Site Coordinator, teachers, guest speakers from the business community, mentors and a host of others volunteer their services

Recognitions

  • Christian Women’s Job Corps becomes a National Certified Site–2003
  • Lake Granbury Chamber of Commerce Business Award of Excellence—2005
  • Granbury Lions Club Certificate of Appreciation—2005, 2006 and 2007
  • The State of Texas Senate Commendation—2006
  • The State of Texas House of Representatives Commendation—2006
  • Lake Granbury Chamber of Commerce member—2003 to 2016
  • The State of Texas House of Representatives Commendation presented to Christian Women’s Job Corps of Granbury Volunteers—2008
  • Leadership Advisory Board of Hood County honors CWJC volunteers–2008
  • Granbury Newcomers Club recognizes CWJC as a valuable community agency–2009-2015
  • Pecan Plantation Women’s Club recognizes CWJC as a valuable community agency–2012-2015