The Mustard Seed Career Networking Group (MSCNG)
of HIEC and HIES meets weekly on Wednesdays at 8:15 a.m.
We want to invite you into a safe and supportive environment for open discussion and networking. All are welcome, and we look forward to seeing you there. Feel free to join us earlier for Holy Eucharist at 7:30 a.m. in the chapel. Coffee will be provided.
The mission of MSCNG is to facilitate professional networking and the sharing of resources between members of HIEC and families affiliated with HIES. In a setting of faith and fellowship, MSCNG will provide a forum for support, long-term networking possibilities, and economic prosperity.
This group is specifically targeted toward members who are:
Conventional wisdom says that "70% of jobs are found through personal networking". We want to offer a way to help HIEC & HIES families in these challenging economic times by making available a regular time and place for interested folks to network, share ideas and support one another.ALSO
- Prospecting for a job
- Aware of career opportunities and want access to an exceptional pool of human capital
- Seeking new ways to expand their business or find new opportunities
- Interested in career development
HIEC/HIES Mustard Seed Ministries would like to announce the formation of a new group for women
.The Transitions Group
is for women going through any kind of life transition- including but not limited to- career, divorce, hormonal, empty nest, etc… This group is open to both the HIEC and the HIES community and is scheduled to begin on Tuesday, September 8, from 1:00-2:30 in the Youth Pavilion
. If you are interested in the group please contact Anne Moore
It seems that we are most vulnerable to stress and have the least access to our skills to negotiate that stress - when we are experiencing a transition or change in our lives. The Transitions group is designed to support women in identifying and accessing the skills they already have as well as learning some new techniques. The group format will be loosely based on Interpersonal Effectiveness Skills
from the theoretical model developed by Marsha Linehan, Ph.D.
The skills examined and used in the group will include skills for being present in your own body- learning to identify, observe, and describe who you are and what you are feeling without judgment, increasing effectiveness in your relationships, and in your ability to communicate with others, learning to balance and regulate emotions and mood swings, and, finally, how to remain skillful when everything falls apart- no matter how hard we try to hold it together. The model lends itself to practical use for everyone. The group will be led by Anne Moore, Psy.D.
a licensed psychologist in the Atlanta area. Dr. Moore has been working in the field of psychology with women and issues relating to women since 1994. She is also an HIEC parishioner and HIES parent.