Hurst First United Methodist Church Networkers Career Transition Group
Hurst NETworkers Career Transition Group. You asked for some information about the group and I am providing a whole lot below. If you need more, just ask.
The NETworkers Career Transition Group started in November, 2009, to provide support, tools, advice, and motivation to those in career transition. It is open to all from the surrounding communities as well as members of the congregation. We currently have about 40 members on the roster and average between 12 and 25 per meeting.
The NETworkers Career Transition Group meets at www.fumchurst.org under the “About Us” tab. The Parlor is room I103 on the “1st floor” selection on the Map/Direction webpage and if you are looking at the church’s picture on the Home page, the Parlor is the room in the lower left-hand corner of the picture. in the Parlor of the Hurst First United Methodist Church. The church is located at and its phone number is . A map for church can be found on the church’s website,
The group normally meets for about a one and half to two hours. We usually have a program on one part of the job search such as interview preparation, resume preparation, social media, etc. Our next program is, Karen Granade, on the “10 Second Commercial”. We usually start the program portion of the meeting about 9:15 but we are flexible.
One of our leaders, Bob Horton, is starting an optional workshop after our regular meeting based on the book What Color Is Your Parachute 2010? It will be a 13 week session.
Some of our previous programs have been Helen Dickey on networking, David McLaughlin on applying for government jobs, James Snider on social media in networking, Michele Packard-Milan on working for non-profits, former baseball pitcher, Claude Osteen, on “Change Your Attitude and Get Back in the Game”, Cathy McCreedy Howard on “Call Preparations for Selling You”, Jackie Harper from the Container Store, and Diana Meisenhelter on what recruiters do.
Our leadership team changes as we have landings but the current leadership team is as follows:
Stephen Webb, liaison for the church, semi-retired American Airlines exec who still does corporate training and real estate. He is our program coordinator. email@example.com
Greg Shapley, and Music. He helped get the group started and is the church’s technical support because of his previous work experience. firstname.lastname@example.org
Sandra Hill, Director of Welcoming Ministries. She makes sure we have what we need from the church for the meetings and for the publicity. email@example.com
Harold Reed, member and . You probably know more about Harold than I do and he probably don’t want either of us to tell what we know. firstname.lastname@example.org
Lew Crawford, member and construction project manager whom you met today. Lew was instrumental in getting the group moving in the early going and continues to help all he can while doing some consulting.
Bob Horton, semi-retired volunteer. Bob has a long history with help groups like ours. He has a long history with the “What Color Is Your Parachute” program and knows the author, Richard Bolles, personally.
Larry McCarthy, member and Software Field Services Management/Account Management. I think you know Larry from CSN-IT and SFG. McCarthy.Larry@yahoo.com
Patricia (Patty, Pat) Ingram, member and Software Engineer. Patti not only provides fresh thoughts to our leadership team, but she does the correcting of the understanding of the men on the leadership team when necessary. email@example.com
Mike Bowen, member and IT Business Analyst. Hopefully you remember me.