What Employment Seekers say about Champions Career Centre:
- "Thank you for your support and understanding. I love what you do for people to get us back in the workforce. It is a very good feeling."
- "Thank you so much for getting me the job interview! It's an interesting place to work."
- "I just wanted to say Thank You for all the support you have given and continue to give. You are always out there looking out for my best interest by pounding the streets looking for better opportunities for me and I have full confidence that you are representing me in a professional manner."
- "Finding employment, especially in the specialized field for which I am trained, can be a difficult task. One must draw on all the resources available and you were a valuable resource."
- "I really appreciated having you available to proofread my cover letters and resume. Your comments, suggestions and ideas helped me to write powerful letters and resumes that I am sure were of great benefit in getting me the interviews."
- "You went beyond the normal call of duty by being available to take my phone calls and meet with me. You listened to my concerns and fears and you helped me to calm down and put a business perspective on things. Your experience in human resources was a great resource which helped me understand the employer's side of the job hiring process."
- "I want to thank you again for being personable while maintaining strength of knowledge within your human resource field."
- "The information you provided at the class was excellent! You really helped me realize I had to look past my disability and focus on my strengths as a person."
- "The class helped me express who I am as a person and it was a very uplifting experience. I have you to thank for the job that I got. I do not think I would have been able to express to people in the working world who [I] really [am]. You are a very powerful motivator."
- "The day of my interview, I was RELAXED and I felt really prepared. I know your encouraging words and support really helped me stay focused on my strengths and forget that I am a person with a disability."