The Hospitality and Support Group is responsible for making the guests of Job Connections feel welcomed and connected. This group functions as a connection point for participants of the program.
Other important areas of care and support include the fostering of small group fellowship, mentoring, and partnership programs. The aim of this objective is to encourage members to become participants, not observers.
The loss of a job is not just an individual problem but can adversely affect the entire immediate family. Job Connections has engaged with the CPC Counseling Center to provide members and their families with professional counseling in times of need.
The Programs group is responsible for the development of the presentation topics and materials. The members of this group will also coordinate the speaker engagements and will provide services necessary to assist the keynote speaker of the day. Contact the Leadership group for this.
Special Event planning will also be coordinated within this group. Special events may include a picnic, a family fun day, a dinner banquet etc.
The Networking group is our link to the Executive of Influence within target organizations throughout the East Bay. In simple terms, this group engages with an executive who will commit to utilizing the Job Connections Non-Fee Referral Program to place qualified candidates within their organizations.
The Internet group manages the infrastructure and Internet accessibility to our data. Data includes all multimedia presentations, tips, and notes that have been posted as well as helpful utilities and resumes.
This group supports technical communication and social media such as Yahoo Groups, LinkedIn, Twitter, email, YouTube and multimedia.