What is FPCJOBS?

FPCJOBS serves the Piedmont Triad area of North Carolina.

Teamwork

When so many people in our congregation and community are seeking jobs, FPC is stepping up to help. We know that there’s strength in numbers and opportunities through networking, so whether you need a job or know of job opportunities, we need your engagement. Through FPC Jobs, we assist job seekers with professional resources that help them prepare for their next job – like writing resumes and interviewing skills. We meet as a group to hear guest speakers who share effective ideas and words of comfort and strength for challenging times. We build our individual and collective networks, so we can all find employment. Inspiration, energy and resources are shared here, and there’s no cost to participate.

Need a Job?

Networking

Men and women within the FPC congregation AND in our community who are looking for a job are invited to be a part of FPC Jobs. Whether you need a new job in your field or a whole new career, you’ll find a great support network, ideas and resources for marketing your skills and experience.

Know of Job Opportunities?

Networking

All of us can play an active role in uncovering opportunities for FPC Jobs. If you know of growing businesses within the community, or opportunities where you work, please share that information with us. As you talk with friends and acquaintances gather ideas – about job possibilities and companies that are hiring to share with FPC Jobs. Click here... to share information about job opportunities.

What color is your Parachute?

Read the book for help.
The Sky is the Limit
Meeting Information Tuesday / Thursday 8:30am - 10:30am

Park across from
617 N Elm St

Cross Elm St to First Presbyterian Church

Follow the signs to FPC Jobs

Meetings include networking, information, and education

Which Way?

Decisions Must Be Made

Is your field becoming obsolete...which way do you go?

Let us help! Many have shared the same career decisions but with support and help, the transition can be exciting.

Computer skills are important

Computer skills are important!