Concord California Employment Resource Center

At LDS Employment Resource Services (LDS Jobs), we'll help you become gainfully employed through education and networking with local companies.LDS Employment Resource Centers provide additional support that individuals may need to become self-reliant, including access to information about community resources, one-on-one coaching and mentoring, as well as additional workshops and classes that might be needed. These centers serve as a place where jobseekers can find employment opportunities, learn how to write a résumé or cover letter, and receive one-on-one mentoring and guidance. Some centers occasionally host job fairs. LDS Employment Centers may also serve as a gathering place for Church members and other members of the community seeking to strengthen their temporal and spiritual self-reliance.

Centers are open to the public and the services are free of charge. Centers operating hours vary in order to best meet the needs of local Church members.

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

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On going Training

November 20 - 21, 2018
9:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Concord California Employment Resource Center

In this 2 -day career workshop, you will learn about, and develop skills in the following areas:

  • Networking
  • Identifying your skills
  • Matching your skills to an employer's needs using the employer's job descriptions.
  • Preparing well crafted "Me in 30 Seconds" statements to introduce yourself and the job you're looking for, and why you would do well in that job.
  • Identifying accomplishments in your past work history that highlight your skills and show you would be of value to your employer.
  • Crafting "Power Statements," (concise stories about your accomplishments), that show your skills.
  • Producing written materials that get results, (resumes, cover letters, applications).
  • Interviewing and followup.
  • Employee skills and exceeding employer expectations.