Tennessee

Disclaimer:
No representation is made regarding their current status, leaders, policies, location, hours or anything else shown or implied.  The information listed is provided as a public service.  At one point in time information about the listed group(s) below was believed accurate based on published sources.  Prior to joining any organization we strongly encourage a full discovery of the organization including what obligations you in your participation with them will face including financial costs and what those charges are for, obligations on your time, your talents (skills, knowledge, expertise, etc.), religious affiliations or preferences if any, and any other expectations or obligations you accept in becoming part of their organization.


STATE WIDE RESOURCES
Support organizations operated by non-government groups are listed below the State Wide Resources.  Consider Professional Groups and Associations for your job search activities.

BRENTWOOD

BARTLETT, COLLIERVILLE, GERMANTOWN, MEMPHIS
  • The CT Groups
    A network of career transition support groups with over 2,500 reported current members.  Meetings are held at various times through the week.  For more information including organization structure, meeting schedules and locations, and other information please visit using the link above.  You do not need to be in a career transition to become a member or attend meetings as we can help those needing to enter/reenter the job market or those concerned about their current employment stability.
 
 CHATTANOOGA
FRANKLIN
HENDERSONVILLE

HERMITAGE

KNOXVILLE
  • JobSeekers Employment Network
    A group of Christian volunteer businesspeople providing a supportive environment and network for those seeking new employment opportunities. Meeting sites in Knoxville, TN and 4 locations in GA, but are willing to help individuals establish more sites.

  • Knoxville Job Seekers
    Post leads, network contacts, ask for advice.  JobSeekers is a non-denominational group of professional businessmen and women who willingly volunteer their time to help others in career transition. Groups meet weekly with unemployed men and women to help them learn more about the Word of God and assist them in finding career positions. Attendees find encouragement, job leads, mentoring, and tips for job hunting. In addition to addressing vocational needs, individuals are challenged to consider their spiritual needs and development as well.   Links to webpages for information, other places to go for help and resume samples are at jobs.godel.com   Remember Our Motto is: But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things shall be added to you. Matthew 6:33 NKJV

  • Upsize - Job Seekers
    Thursdays, 7 to 9 AM
    Holiday Inn West, I-40 off Papermill Road.
    Led by professional businessmen to help those in career transition; guest speakers, networking and job leads; workshops include career focusing, interviewing, Internet job-searching and resumes.   No fees.  5806 Briercliff Rd, Knoxville  37918
    Contact:  yoder3@juno.com or 423 786-0210  No Web site

MURFREESBORO
NASHVILLE (METRO)

WINSTON-SALEM