The Ealing CAP job club is a friendly place for jobseekers to gain the practical tools, skills and confidence they need to step back into employment.
Our job club is run in partnership with CAP (Christians Against Poverty). CAP works with churches across the UK and beyond to bring hope and support to people living in poverty. See the CAP website for more information: https://capuk.org/about-us
What does it do?
Each term we run a 10 week Steps to Employment course which includes sessions on goal setting, job search, CV writing and interview skills. As well as the course, we offer 1:1 coaching and help with job searching and applications. Lunch and refreshments are provided, and members can use our laptops to work on their CVs and job search.
When and where does it happen?
We meet on Tuesdays during term time from 10:30am to 1:30pm at St Pauls Church, Ealing.
The club is free and open to anyone who is seeking employment. So if you would like support getting into work then please do get in touch.
How can people help?
We would love to hear from you if you’re interested in joining the team either on a weekly basis, or to occasionally provide advice about applying for jobs in your field of work. And if you are upgrading a fully functional laptop, please consider donating it to the club for the use of members in their job searching and applications. Please also let us know if you’d like to receive our termly prayer email.
The best thing about being involved with the Job Club
The job club is a lovely community of people from all faiths, cultures and backgrounds. It is a privilege to share their journey: hearing about their challenges, seeing them grow in confidence, and celebrating their successes.
What are the expectations for volunteers?
Volunteers can help by providing advice about job seeking, support with computers, hospitality, or just by being available for a friendly chat. We also offer prayer and the opportunity to discuss faith, for those who are interested.