Staff Spotlight – Daniel Muldrow

“This is my work; it is what I was called to do. Between Monday and Friday I see transformation. Someone comes through the door searching. They’re knocking, asking and searching. And somehow, they get what they’re searching for. What could be better than that? We get... read more

Phoenix Receives Grant from Duke Energy Foundation

In 2016, Phoenix Hometown Hires received a $25,000 grant from the Duke Energy Foundation as part of their Economic & Workforce Development Grant focus.  Funds from the grant are being used to support individuals seeking employment and long-term... read more

Participant Spotlight – Courtney

Twenty-five year-old Courtney first came to Phoenix in August 2015. Even with an Associates degree, she had been searching for a job for several months with no luck. She completed Jobs week and began working with our Employment Counselors to find work. Weeks passed by... read more

Women to Watch

We are excited to announce that Phoenix Hometown Hires Programs Director, Ally Thornton, has been selected as a finalist for the 2016 Wilma Women To Watch Awards.  Now in its fifth year, the awards spotlight women in seven categories: Arts, Education, Health Care,... read more

The Story of Travis

Travis came to Phoenix Hometown Hires in February 2016. He struggled with finding a job due to his criminal background. He said all he wanted was a normal life, “just go to work and come home to my family.”  Travis was incredibly generous to share his story with all... read more