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Job Finders Support Group- A Meeting for anyone
To utilize all the collective minds that attend the meeting each week
to assist one another on how to be productive in finding your next opportunity.
We'll help you end your work week on an upbeat note, putting you in a
more positive mood for your next encounter. Remember
it is your job to spot the many opportunities that you come in contact
What Goes on in a typical meeting?
Generally we start with introductions of ourselves. That will lead to
questions, suggestions, referrals, networking, idea exchanges, dates of
upcoming meetings, and what the group wants to discuss each week.
Always free (Since 1991)
Every Friday (except holidays)
Noon to 3:00pm
Capitol Hill Library
10723 S.W. Capitol Hwy.
Portland OR 97219
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From janitor to stockbroker, trucking company owner to co-founder of
the National College Association, Cleon Cox III has invested his time,
energy and expertise as facilitator of the Job Finders Support Group,
Portland, OR. since 1991.
Born in San Jose, California, Cox explored careers in both blue and white
collar arenas before becoming a business owner. His experience reflects
customer service. His background exemplifies family and commitment to
community. Cox is the 2002 recipient of the Herb Stude Award for outstanding
educational service, District Seven* Toastmasters International. Recipient
of the Toastmasters Internationl Presidential Citation in 2010. This support
group facilitator turned author is a 73 year old great grandfather of
seven. Cox helps create new Toastmaster Clubs in the Portland metro area.
Cox is a former Area Governor and Club President of Toastmasters International.
He is an active member of Wallmasters International, Tigard, OR. Other
professional affiliations include: Northwest Association of Book Publishers,
Masonic Lodge (Tigard), Oregon Entrepreneurs Network, AARP Safe Driver
Training, to name a few.
Cox attended his first Job Finders Support Group shortly after selling
his business in 1991. Ed Burpee, retired publisher, founded the group,
which helps job finders end their week with renewed enthusiasm. He has
devoted over 3000 hours in counseling/mentoring people to achieve success
in their job search.
Cleon Cox III and his wife, Gloria reside in Tigard, Oregon (a Portland
*180 clubs in Oregon, Southwest Washington and part of Northern California.