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Community Job Club, Inc.

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Causes: Human Service Organizations, Human Services

Mission: To eliminate unemployment and underemployment in our community

Results: Have helped over 1000 job seekers and many have landed new positions as a result of the information and support they received from participating in our services

Target demographics: Mature professionals, new grads, vets or anyone who wants to get back to work faster or manage their career for better results

Geographic areas served: Summit County and surrounding counties

Programs: Free and low cost job search assistance through out NE Ohio

Community Stories

20 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Client Served

Rating: 5

The Community Job Club is an excellent resource for the job seeker in getting the right help to land that great job. The organization provides you with the latest techniques being used in today's job market. The classes offered are very helpful, and Diana Miller does a great job teaching. The Community Job Club really reaches out to each person and gets you prepared for that new job.

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

Using information from Diana Miller and the Community Job Club, I started a Job Club in Cleveland at the Community College where I work. Unfortunately, my Job Club disbanded for lack of funding, but the information I gained from them sharing their expertise has been very helpful in helping clients one-on-one. Anytime I have a client who lives near Stow, I refer them to the Community Job Club. It is an excellent organization that serves their community well.

Client Served

Rating: 4

I came to the Community Job Club by word of mouth. Many of the concepts we cover have value and give job seekers coping mechanisms and useful tips for finding our next job. It does not guarantee a new job but can give strategies for success.

Patti20

Client Served

Rating: 5

Diana Miller, and the group, pass along all kinds of good information to we who attend the meetings. It helps to know there are others who experience the same thing. Plus there are usually visiting speakers who provide extremely helpful information for "senior" job seekers. I tell anyone who is in a similar situation that they should attend. And the recent Job Rally (Aug 29th) was an excellent learning experience.

Previous Stories

Client Served

Rating: 5

I attended this group because of a friend's recommendation. I found the attendees interesting, as we shared our stories. However Diana Miller, the group's founder and head, provides all kinds of services to us, including websites, ways to keep in communication, places to get a variety of assistance, etc. An added plus, however, are the people who come to the meetings to present a wide variety of information to us from all different areas (how to start your own business, for example). I strongly encourage ANYONE who is seeking work, or having issues with their job, to come to a meeting and see firsthand that one does not have to settle for less.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

The Community Job Club has been invaluable with helping me navigate all that is involved with a job hunt in the 21st century. Diana Miller has a wealth of up-to-date knowledge, plus a passion to help others. Her website for the Community Job Club is loaded with beneficial information and links. The semimonthly meetings always have excellent, pertinent speakers. The Community Job Club has been an excellent resource for me.

Client Served

Rating: 4

Diana has a passion for helping others and building a stronger community through the placement of quality employees. She founded the Community Job Club. Within this group, she continues to provide valuable tools, techniques, training, and support to those in transition. Meetings are held both in the afternoon and evening hours to meet the needs of the community. She creates and openly distributes free Step by Step guided workbooks for those in transition. The structure and topics of her meetings align with the workbooks to provide job seekers an organized approach towards landing their next job. There is no doubt that she played part in my landing. Thanks Diana for everything!

Board Member

Rating: 5

I met Diana 1.5 years ago when I was looking for a career change. She is so dedicated to helping job candidates with resumes and interviewing and finding innovative programs that work. She introduced me to 'Avtive Interviewing' and I swear by it. I am still a member of the job club but also a Board Member now on the Finance Committee. Volunteering to do the organization's accounting in QuickBooks helped me learn some new skills. I learned a lot from her and the many interesting speakers she brings in for the two free meetings each month. Keep up the great work!

Client Served

Rating: 5

Diana and the Community Job Club provide the resources and support to who ever needs assistance in finding employment. The resources were invaluable in my own job search, but the mental support the group provides was something that was needed and appreciated.

Volunteer

Rating: 4

Diana reaches out through the Job Club and speaks to the unemployed in a positive, get up and you can do this manner. She offers the tools needed to sell yourself in today's markets. Offers great speakers on topics of finances, interviewing, social media leveraging, etc. All the things you need when looking for a job after being unemployed for a few months and longer. I love helping at job fairs and assisting in the office when needed. Diana cares and she shows it through her efforts and hard work!!

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

I met Diana a couple summers ago. She is very hard working and provides good information for those individuals seeking careers.
I also attend another job club and she spoke to the group there as well,thus she is very committed to helping others!
I like the flexibility of two meetings a month at different times with different focuses (speakers at the evening meetings).
She does a great job!

Client Served

Rating: 5

Diana Miller was a speaker at a local job seekers club I was attending. She is a powerful speaker! Her passion is helping people and it shows in everything she does for the people walking into the Community Job Club. She is always thinking of ways to help empower the group members. The speakers and resources are unlimited. I have recommended this Community Job Club to other people and friends looking for full-time work/careers. I know I well become a volunteer for this organization because of the strong leadership and to give back to others.

Client Served

Rating: 5

I wish headhunters did half as much to help job-seekers get matched up with opportunities.

Community Job Club is in touch regularly, with new opportunities and ample free training.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

The Community Job Club provides a variety of speakers and resoursces to help job seekers become reemployed. I would recommend this job club to any job seeker.

Client Served

Rating: 5

Diana Miller is passionate about helping others. She is constantly looking for new and innovative ways to move members forward in not only finding a job but in growing as an individual. The Community Job Club offers training and resources that can assist someone in locating the perfect career while also providing encouragement during a person's time of transition.

Client Served

Rating: 4

Diana is a true professional. She understands the struggles that those of us are going through to find new jobs. She is hampered by lack of funding to do certain tasks that would allow better service.

Board Member

Rating: 4

As a Past Board Member and Volunteer, the experience helped me focus my future and plan it. I still recommend the group to any of my contacts who are currently unemployed/underemployed

Client Served

Rating: 5

The Community Job Club has really helped me focus my skills towards my passions. The tools and resources available to the community far exceeds that of any other service around. I have personally been able to tweak my resume and develop interviewing skills in these classes that have landed me job offers. The Community Job Club is a vital resource and I look forward to giving back to it.

Alan19

General Member of the Public

Rating: 5

Community Job Club provides the public who is unemployed or seeking a better job
the opportunity to meet guest speakers in the community who provide information about
the job market, and keep their spirits up during the job search process. The job search
process cannot be done alone.

Volunteer

Rating: 5

Great Organization! Diana Miller does a yeoman's job with providing outstanding services and job search related content to those in need. This is a nonprofit organization where volunteers are friendly, professional, and knowledgeable. The meetings are run like business meetings with an agenda and great content. Diana Miller is both friendly and professional and encourages the members to network and learn from one another. In addition, the technology provides opportunities to network and to gain information about upcoming career events. I would recommend this group to both volunteers and members.