COVID-19 VIRUS OUTBREAK
With regret, Stoneleigh Job Club have decided to temporarily suspend job club sessions at
Stoneleigh Library on a Tuesday morning and Epsom Job Centre on a Thursday morning.
We are following government advice; to help keep our clients, family & friends and ourselves safe.
Subject to further advice and review, our intention is to re-open both job clubs week commencing May 4th 2020..
Please check the website again before this date, the situation is changing rapidly and this opening date may change.
May we take this opportunity to thank our volunteers, partners and clients for their continued support.
We look forward to seeing everyone again in Spring.
SJC is open to all age groups and is completely free
You are more than welcome to drop in, have a coffee and find out how we can help you. If you are looking for your first job, returning to work, thinking of changing your job, starting up on your own, unemployed, or think you would benefit from further training, you will find a caring supportive coach able to listen and provide positive advice and help. If you are undecided about what job you can do, a useful link on our page or the link above with local jobs will help you decide.
Where & When
Our main branch of Stoneleigh Job Club is in Stoneleigh Library Community Room, 1 The Broadway, Stoneleigh, Epsom KT17 2JA every Tuesday from 10 am-12 noon, right next to Stoneleigh raliway station and within a short walk of bus stops. We are also in JobCentre Plus, 50 East Street, Epsom, KT17 1HQ on Thursday mornings from 10am - 12noon.
Who's it for?
Stoneleigh Job Club was started as a local all age Job Club to help people who need support in getting the skills and confidence to successfully find work.
Pop in and see us
Our clients are dropping in for coaching appointments and support, just call in. If you’re in the library on another day, leave your name and contact details with the librarian and we will get in touch. If you prefer to book an appointment please follow the picture link on the the right hand side of this page or give us a call.
Redesign your life - NEW RESOURCES
Web Author Peter Hawke, recently deceased, had put great free material online as part of his purpose, please take a look ...
In our opininion they are:
interesting and valuable in themselves
trigger new ideas and actions for you as you read them
point you to the various free resources on the websites.