Jobs Ministry Southwest, Inc.

Rating: 4.83 stars   35 reviews


1860 Fm 359 #128 Richmond TX 77406 USA


Jobs Ministry Southwest (JMS) is committed to helping people from entry level to senior executives better manage their careers by providing a wide variety of programs and services. On a weekly basis we provide our members with General Sessions, various Career Management Groups covering numerous disciplines and industry segments, as well as various workshops. Many workshops and special programs are designed to provide our members with the opportunity to interact with other professionals and develop skills to improve themselves and their career prospects.

Geographic areas served:

Southeast Texas, Houston and surrounding counties


Served unemployed people by providing job-search seminars, coaching, and retraining services. 1125 job seekers were served during the year.

2010 Top-Rated Nonprofit
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Rating: 5 stars  

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As a job search speaker and teacher I present at similar organizations around the country. JMS is among the best at what they do. This ministry is a calling for Doug Thorpe. JMS was launched with no funding and continues to offer world-class job search advice, techniques and connections at no cost to the job seeking public. I know personally of the time and commitment that Doug makes for the benefit of those he counsels.

If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...

grow this uniquely structured program across the nation. JMS has a smart, efficient workable process that takes job seekers from novice to expert in a period of approximately 6 weeks.

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