About Us

Back on Track Network is a 501(c)3 career support non-profit organization established to provide spiritual, motivational, and practical support to people who face career challenges. Our mission is inspired and guided by “Laborem Exercens” the Papal encyclical published in 1981 by John Paul II:

“Man’s life is built up every day from work, from work it derives its specific dignity, but at the same time work contains the unceasing measure of human toil and suffering.”

A Few Words from Our Founders

Our Mission

To provide spiritual, motivational, and practical support to people who are facing career challenges.

Our Vision

To extend our mission beyond the boundaries of our Church and community.

The Back on Track Prayer

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Our History

Back on Track Network, a faith-based career counseling support organization, was founded as a church ministry in 2001 by a small group of parishioners of St. John Neumann Catholic Church in Kendall, Florida. During the past seven years, Back on Track Network have met uninterruptedly every Thursday at 7:30PM in St. John Neumann’s Adult Education building providing spiritual, motivational, and practical support to over 700 people who have faced some kind of career challenge.

In early 2006, the ministry evolved into a non-profit organization with the purpose of expanding Back on Track’s mission to other communities in South Florida. With the guidance of the Holy Spirit, and the encouragement of Auxiliary Bishop Felipe de Jesus Estevez, Back on Track Network expanded to St. Louis Catholic Church. In the immediate future, new Back on Track chapters are planned for St. Catherine of Sienna, St. Katharine Drexel, and Mother of Christ Churches.

Road to Success

  • 2001: Six parishioners of St. John Neumann Church start meeting weekly seeking spiritual, practical, and motivational support in their respective job searches
  • 2002: The small support group expands to other members of St. John Neumann, and The Career Crisis Support Network ministry is born
  • 2003-2004: Experts in job search strategies start attending and lecturing at weekly meetings. Parishioners from other Catholic Churches begin attending the meetings
  • 2005: The Career Crisis Support Network continues to grow and Back on Track Network, Inc. is founded
  • 2006: Back on Track is approved by the IRS as a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. With the approval of the Archdiocese of Miami, Back on Track expands into other churches in Miami. Held Inaugural Gala
  • 2007: Total number of people that received motivational, spiritual and practical support exceeds 500. Martin Yate, New York Times’ bestselling author, addresses Gala attendees
  • 2008: U.S. economy falters; number of people that have benefited from Back on Track services exceeds 700. Over 200 job seekers from all around South Florida attend the first Back on Track Career Fair
    …and this is only the beginning!



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