H.O.P.E. Help One Person Every Day
Southlake Focus Group (SFG) is for jobseekers in any stage of career transition. Our members come from all backgrounds and professions, C-Suite to warehouse, aerospace to pharmaceutical. Our members are just like you – people looking to network. No need to register prior to attending.
SFG exists solely to help you, the jobseeker. We share our journeys, challenges and ultimate successes. SFG volunteers and leaders have been in your shoes and understand the ups and downs of job searching. Come join us to develop the skills that will help you land your next role.
We offer multiple ways to network. Each week has tabletop networking sessions, informational interview tips and visiting recruiters.
People who attend SFG come from a broad background of industries and skill levels. Meet people from your industry and other industries to explore career transition opportunities.
We have a diverse group of guest speakers from recruiters to industry experts. Every guest speaker offers information that will help you achieve your career goals.
The SFG leadership team has several experts from a recruiting background. One way they help is by reviewing and optimizing your resume so it gets noticed and, more importantly, has a greater chance of getting through Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS).
SFG invites local recruiters to come and announce jobs at our opening session. They are available to answer questions after the opening session and often speak to our networking groups - perfect for that “Ask Me Anything” of a recruiter.
SFG exists solely to help you, the job seeker. We have been through this process and are here to help. We offer networking sessions and workshops on resume writing, interviewing, LinkedIn, and much more. Join us to help take the frustration and fear out of job searching.
SFG is one of the longest running career transition groups in North Texas. We have jobseekers from all over the DFW metroplex that attend covering multiple industries and skill sets. Your next hire might just be among them.
Jude Wardle, Southlake Focus Group Leader