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“We are different in that we appeal to the soul of individuals and talk to the how to of the problem of getting work.  We also do not have “work”.  We don’t have lists of openings, we are not head hunters in that we have a job placement to fill and are looking for the right individual to fill it.  We talk about how people feel, looking for work, the let downs.  We share ideas of who is hiring if we know of anyone, and we talk about how to present yourself for a job, resumes and interviewing, the importance of networking etc.  We are support to those looking for work.”



  • Establish networks and build contacts
  • Benefit from group moral support
  • Share jobs, job-hunting tips, information and resources
  • Gain assistance with resumes, cover letter and interview skills

The Employment Support Center (ESC) is a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization founded in April 1984 by Ellie Wegener, a journalist, who previously launched the forerunner to Neighborhood Watch.

We are committed to serve as leaders to empower people seeking new jobs or career transitions.  Weekly meetings provide the opportunity to:

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