Facing a crossroads in your career?
A program to help job-seekers who may be unemployed, underemployed, starting a career, or changing careers through workshops, hands-on networking and career search resources.
No matter where you are in your job search or career discovery, these presentations are designed with YOUR career success in mind!
All workshops are held in the Sweetwater Mission Community Room
6289 Veterans Memorial Highway, Suite C
6:30 - 9:00 pm All Classes and Materials are Free!
Thursday, September 6 "Resources Available through the Cobb Library System" Michael Ode, South Cobb Regional Library
Thursday, October 4 "Discovering Your Purpose for Life and Work" Kathy Grosskurth, The Cobb Career Site
Thursday, November 1 "Leveraging Social Media in your Job Search" Deb Krier, The Socialight
Who are we?
Career Connections, a program of Sweetwater Mission, is a member of Crossroads Career Network. Through this network, we are nationally connected with churches, community organizations, schools and universities, professional affiliates in workforce development, coaches, counseling, and consultants.
How can we help?
We provide practical, faith-based career resources online and in-person through the Crossroads Career Workbook and through meetings focused on helping you prepare for more in work an life.
Who can we help?
This workshop is for you if you are graduating school, unemployed, misemployed, underemployed or happily employed, but seeking more!
Crossroads Career Workshops are designed to help you discover and follow God's calling in your career. It provides the framework to discover and move toward fulfilling our individual destinies.
What are the program benefits?
Highly qualified instructors with years of experience and knowledge
Local business leaders sharing their experience and insights
Coaches available for follow-up and encouragement
Nationally recognized curriculum
Access to over 200 job resources
Specialized website for jobs, events, locations, prayer network, workbook and your own career dashboard