Find the Career Group or Job Club in your area. (click on any of the links to go directly to that page):
Networking Groups (listed by group) - These groups meet on a weekly, bi-weekly or monthly basis to help give you the support to·meet others and help your career. Each group differs in their focus. Meetings are business casual and cell phone friendly. Be sure to bring business cards to share. There is NO CHARGE for participation at any of these groups, unless noted.
Career Workshops - 4,6,8,12 week programs (listed by group) - These groups follow a set program that repeats every 4, 6, 8 or 12 weeks thought out the year. There MAY be a charge for materials for many of these groups.
Networking Groups and Workshops shown on a Google map - Networking, Professional and Workshops Groups is shown on a Google map of the DFW area. What group is closest to you? Check the map and zoom in (down to street level), get directions from your location. Most of the groups are listed. If there are several that meet at one location, be sure to zoom in to see them. Use just like any Google map. Networking groups in blue, Professional groups in purple, Workshops in yellow. NOTE: depending on your internet connection, it may take a little time to download.
Professional Organizations - These groups are set up to further your professional career. In many cases these groups are affiliated with national organizations. This is an excellent place to network with people who are currently working in their field.
Business Groups - These groups meet to promote their business and find out about other businesses in the area. They are also know as B2B groups. This is also a great place to network with owners of small businesses.
Resource Rooms - This is a list of organizations that have resource rooms where you can use a computer, printer, fax machine and phones. Please call ahead before showing up.
Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) - This page has links to the TWC websites and TWC offices (on a map) - The TWC offices are shown on a Google map of the DFW area. What office is closest to you? Check the map and zoom in (down to street level), get directions from your location. Use just like any Google map. NOTE: depending on your internet connection, it may take a little time to download.