To provide guidance for those out of work or about to be out of work who attend the CICT meetings, regardless of their faith, for the purpose of helping them find employment. This is accomplished by discussing issues encountered by job seekers, recommending actions, and providing advice based on experience, critiquing resumes, providing articles and reference publications, fostering workgroup interchanges, discussing networking and interviewing techniques, suggesting people with whom they can network, directing job seekers to employ various tips and methods to aid their search, and distributing job leads and postings. Meetings are 7 to 9 pm the first and third Mondays of each month. When there is a Monday holiday, meetings are held on Wednesday.
Our purpose is to ecumenically serve all those out of work, about to be, or underemployed regardless of race, creed or age.
A job description for volunteer counselors can be found on the CICT website.
Time commitment of volunteers:
For most counselors, about two to six hours per month
To volunteer or find out more, please contact Jack Rueckel, 704-341-8449.
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