A great cup of coffee takes time. From the trees to the farmers to the coffeehouse, many hands contribute. We believe this is true of the great things in life. It takes community and time to build lasting things. That’s what we’re doing at The Ever House.
By joining us as a sponsor, you can make a lasting impact on the lives of individuals and our community as a whole.
The Ever House apprenticeship program focuses on practical skills for the workforce. Our goal is for graduates to have the knowledge, practice, and confidence to launch into their next adventure, whether further education or a career.
We equip them for success in their personal and professional lives through mentorship, leadership training, and practical job experience carried out through our non-profit coffee shop.
For everyone who goes through The Ever House apprenticeship program to step forward with confidence into a society where they know their place and purpose.
Through mentorship, individuals find emotional and spiritual support. In practical skills training, they receive career coaching and financial literacy. Finally, they develop responsible habits, integrity, and clear and honest communication through leadership training.
Our barista training program encourages individuals to break free from what’s comfortable or cyclical to embrace a life of purposeful work and personal progress. Every part of our program is designed to encourage, heal, and equip young adults spiritually, emotionally, mentally, and professionally.
In the heart of “Ever,” meaning “always” and “ongoing,” we believe in creating a sustainable model. We invest all the profits from the Ever House Coffee Co. back into the apprenticeship program, providing income for our interns and helping meet their immediate needs of food, housing, and clothing.
Everyone who steps through the door of The Ever House—whether a neighbor stopping in for a cup of coffee or an intern arriving for a day of educational opportunity—we want them to step back out into the world changed by the power of community.
Knowledge and perspective change how we see and want to live in the world. This happened when Josh and Jenai, founders of The Ever House, traveled and served overseas. Meeting individuals who have been handed hard times and denied opportunities, are stuck in generational setbacks, and don’t know how to move forward—they knew they wanted to equip and empower those who have been marginalized. They wanted to open a door to change and nurture an atmosphere of opportunity where second chances are created.