MEMPHIS, TENN. - The Crye-Leike Commercial Memphis Division has had the unique privilege of working alongside employees, volunteers and participants of the Work Life program facilitated by Advance Memphis.

According to Advance Memphis, The Work Life program is a soft skills job-training program to assist unemployed or underemployed people. The class focuses on finding dignity through work and overcoming personal roadblocks to attaining employment.

The Crye-Leike Commercial team, led by Managing Broker Eric Fuhrman, visited the Work Life program to share a meal and learn more about the job-readiness and job-assistance programs offered through Advance Memphis. Two Crye-Leike Commercial agents volunteered to participate in mock job interviews, the last step before students graduate from the Work Life program.

"Perspective is power," said Fuhrman. "We believe keeping our city strong requires learning from each other to build caring communities and opportunities for growth through work."

Established in 1977 in Memphis, TN, Crye-Leike has continued to uphold its Core Value of being a good corporate neighbor. Crye-Leike Commercial agents look forward to working with Advance Memphis in the future to help bring economic stability to neighborhoods throughout South Memphis.

For more information regarding Crye-Leike Commercial, please visitwww.clhomes.com/commercial.

 

ABOUT CRYE-LEIKE: Crye-Leike Real Estate Services (www.clhomes.com), a full service real estate company for over 40 years, is ranked as the third largest independently-owned real estate firm in the nation and the largest serving Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi and the Mid-South. Crye-Leike has more than 3,200 sales associates, over 800 employees and 140+ company-owned and franchise offices throughout an eight-state footprint. It generated $8.9 billion in sales and had 32,499 closed transaction sides corporate wide in 2021, making it the companys most successful year to date.

ABOUT ADVANCE MEMPHIS: The mission of Advance Memphis is to empower adults in South Memphis to break cycles of unemployment, establish economic stability, reconcile relationships, and restore dignity through knowledge, resources, and skills by the power of Jesus Christ.