Sugar Land, TX (PRWEB) July 25, 2009
Today, Jobs Ministry Southwest (JMS) announced it will celebrate its first full year of operation on Tuesday, August 18th. Doug Thorpe, Founder and Executive Director, said "We are proud to celebrate our first full year of operation. On August 18, during our regular weekly meeting known as the 'Main Event', we will be having a birthday party. We have invited many of our most popular speakers plus we are having alumni guests." The event will be held at Williams Trace Baptist Church, 16755 Southwest Freeway, Sugar Land, TX from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon CT.
JMS is a 501c(3) Texas non-profit corporation dedicated to helping job seekers of all ages and of all skill sets. The organization focuses on teaching people how to build a better personal plan for landing their next job. Since its inception in 2008, JMS has served over 900 candidates. There have been more than 7,000 man-hours of training and networking.
"JMS is about creating a better employment process, connecting highly motivated talent with employers, recruiters, and placement professionals. We work to promote a main street, marketplace solution to the economic challenges of the day." said Thorpe.
For more information about Jobs Ministry Southwest programs and resources, visit http://www.AskJMS.com.
About Jobs Ministry Southwest Inc.:
Jobs Ministry Southwest (JMS) is a non-profit, faith based community organization committed to helping people facing a career transition. JMS offers its members support and confidentiality in a structured, professional setting.
Jobs Ministry Southwest is dedicated to helping all classes of employment from entry level to senior executive. JMS helps people better manage their job search by providing a wide variety of programs and services. On a weekly basis JMS provides our members with general sessions, various Career Management Groups covering numerous disciplines and industry segments, as well as various workshops. Many sessions and special programs are designed to provide our members with the opportunity to interact with others and develop skills to improve themselves and their career opportunities.
Douglas A. Thorpe, Executive Director
Jobs Ministry Southwest