Atlanta Georgia Self-Reliance Services

Les services d'aide à l'emploi de l'Église (LDS Jobs ou Emplois SDJ) vous aideront à trouver un emploi rémunéré par le biais de formations et grâce à un réseau de contacts avec les entreprises locales.Que vous soyez en début de carrière ou qu’elle soit déjà bien établie, les services d’aide à l’emploi de l’Église (SAE) ou les services d’aide à l’autonomie (SAA) peuvent vous aider à atteindre vos buts professionnels. Le centre d’aide à l’emploi et le centre d’aide à l’autonomie offrent des aides individuelles, des ateliers et une large base de données sur l’emploi, l’instruction et les possibilités d’auto-entreprise. En visitant le centre vous pouvez apprendre les méthodes de recherche d’emploi les plus efficaces, construire votre réseau et trouver des ressources pour vous aider à poursuivre vos études ou à gérer une bonne entreprise.

Nous vous invitons à ouvrir une session et à commencer à créer votre profil sur avant de vous rendre au centre d’aide à l’emploi. Même s’il n’y a pas de centre d’aide à l’emploi ou d’aide à l’autonomie assez proche de vous pour vous y rendre, offre de nombreuses documentations en ligne. Si vous le souhaitez, un conseiller peut aussi vous aider par téléphone ou par courriel.

LDS Employment Resource Centers offer…

  • A gathering place for Church members and others seeking to become more self-reliant through employment, education, and self-employment
  • Personalized coaching and career planning
  • Access to the internet, computers, phones, printer, and copier
  • Job postings and lists of local employers
  • Assistance with resumes and cover letters
  • Interview preparation, including video-taped practice interviews
  • Information about local education and training programs, including scholarship and financial aid information
  • Information about local self-employment resources, including NGOs and microcredit institutions

Prochaines manifestations

Writing the Annual Report

January 23, 2019
9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Georgia Center for Nonprofits
100 Peachtree Street NW
Suite 1500
Atlanta, GA 30303

Every year, your nonprofit should record your achievements in an annual report, and make it available to board, funders, and stakeholders. But is anybody reading it?

This hands-on, interactive session will show you how to write stellar annual reports that tell the story of your yearly successes. Participants will learn tricks and techniques for crafting compelling narratives that celebrate the past year with clarity and creativity. Discussion will also include options for design, printing, and distribution – ensuring your report finds and impresses the right audiences.

What you'll learn

How to conduct research and collect data to convey your impact, and turn those results into a meaningful narrative

A year-round plan to support preparation of your annual report

How to identify key audiences for the annual report, and understand how to make sure they read it

Writing an annual report with clarity and creativity

Designing and printing an annual report on a budget


Member $150

Nonmember $195

Information and registration: Annual Report?utm_source=GCN+Subscribers&utm_campaign=fdee16a5db-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2018_10_18_03_54_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_0f70ec794f-fdee16a5db-38323531

CONNECTED - In-Person Networking for LinkedIn Users

January 23, 2019
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Dave & Buster's Sugarloaf
5900 Sugarloaf Parkway Suite 441
Lawrenceville, GA 30043

CONNECTED℠ NetworkingEvent!

The Gwinnett Chamber and Gregg Burkhalter "The LinkedIn Guy" invite you to

CONNECTED  - In-Person Networking for LinkedIn Users

A unique networking opportunity to hang out in person with your

LinkedIn connections, make new ones and grow your network!

$20 Admission ($25 at the door), includes:

One drink ticket (cash bar also available)

Heavy appetizers sponsored by Dave & Buster's Sugarloaf

LinkedIn tips, tools and new features of LinkedIn shared throughout the event by "The LinkedIn Guy" - Gregg Burkhalter

Discount voucher for LinkedIn After Hours  (February 12th at the Gwinnett Chamber)

Photographer will also be on site for professional headshots

Information and registration at: Event-2803/details

How to Create a Winning Business Plan

January 28, 2019
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
BB&T Bank
271 - 17th ST NW, Atlanta GA 30363
Atlanta, GA 30303

ABOUT the Workshop

Know Importance of a Business Plan

Gets You Organized

Basis to Attract Necessary Capital

Know the Key Business Plan Components and How they FitTogether

Able to Write a Winning Business Plan to Successfully Launchand Operate Your Company

$25 to Attend


Nonprofit University - Certificate of Fundraising

STARTING JANUARY 29 The Georgia Center for Nonprofits Nonprofit University is offering a Certificate of Fundraising - Capital Campaigns course.

Starting January 29, expert fundraiser Brenda Johnson will facilitate the all-new Certificate of Fundraising | Capital Campaigns, providing the strategies you need to cultivate donor relationships that translate into maximum funding.

Capital campaigns are among the most intensive fundraising efforts that your organization will undertake. With the right planning and shared expectations in place, even the grandest capital campaign can be managed for success. This revised and updated five-part curriculum will walk you through all phases of winning capital campaigns.

Learn more at:

Small Business - Eat & Educate Workshop

January 30, 2019
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce
6500 Sugarloaf Parkway
Duluth, GA 30097

"Your Price Is Too Low!: How to Change Your Pricing and Make More Money"

  • Are you tired of working too hard for too little profit?
  • Do you feel like the value you deliver is not reflected in the price you receive?
  • Is your business growing faster than your profits?
  • Do you know the most effective strategy for improving your bottom line?
  • What’s the most effective strategy to prepare your company to be sold?

The answer to all these questions lies in pricing.

We'll cover these topics and more in this informative session:

  • Given the competition you face, it is possible to achieve higher pricing for your product or service?
  • How can you communicate value to your customers to realize a price which better reflects the value you deliver?
  • How do you respond to the “it’s too expensive” objection?
  • How can you raise your prices and keep your customers?
Chamber Member Attendee Jan 30, 2019 - $10.00
Guest/Non-Member Attendee Jan 30, 2019 -$20.00


Certificate of Supervision & Management

STARTING JANUARY 31, The Georgia Center for Nonprofits Nonprofit University is offering a Certificate of Supervision & Management

Because managing your people is essential to mission success, anyone new to the supervisory position will need to scale the learning curve quickly. That means mastering the transition from tactician to strategist, learning best practices for hiring and evaluation, picking up skills in conflict resolution, and much more.

Be ready to lead your team thoughtfully, and strategically,with the Certificate of Supervision & Management series, starting January 31, where you'll learn the core principles of effective people management – the keys to establishing team cohesiveness and creating organizational success.

Learn more at:

Certificate of Nonprofit Human Resource Management

February 7, 2019
9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
Georgia Center for Nonprofits
100 Peachtree Street NW
Suite 1500
Atlanta, GA 30303

Session Dates

Starting February 7, 2019

HR 210 | Strategic Human Resources Management - February 7,2019

Gain a strategic view of human resources management, andexplore how policies implemented in HR fit into the organization's strategicplan.

HR 220 | Strategic Talent Development and PerformanceManagement - February 21, 2019

Learn concepts and techniques essential to talent andperformance management that supports your organization's mission.

HR 230 | Employee Relations and Policy Management - March 7,2019

Gain practical understanding of the ways that managers,supervisors, and human resources personnel implement employee policies thatgovern performance, conduct, conflicts of interest, and discipline.

HR 240 | Legal Compliance and Policy Development - March 21,2019

A deep dive into compliance requirements, including how toresolve compliance issues and when to seek legal advice.

Fees: GCN Member: $499, Nonmember: $699