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The graduates of Martha’s Way

Angie Frederickson
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Martha’s Way vocational-training graduates

Martha’s Way vocational-training graduates

The Christian Community Service Center’s (CCSC) Martha’s Way vocational-training graduates (pictured) received their diplomas and are ready to take the next steps toward launching their own housekeeping businesses. The Martha’s Way entrepreneurial training program began in 2003 and has graduated more than 2,200 trained housekeepers to work across the Houston area. This year, CCSC, led by president and chief executive officer Michelle Shonbeck, celebrates 20 years of service to the community and great successes for helping people find employment through the Martha’s Way program. To hire a Martha's Way-trained housekeeper, visit

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