2016 Upcoming Events

November 3, 2016  Retail Fundamentals  Canton




Employment Services provides both individualized job coaching and group centered learning activities to enhance the marketable skills of those seeking employment. Educational offerings are designed to complement our core programs: food pantry, clothing closet, and financial assistance.


How can I attend?

  1. Send an email to trainingisamust@gmail.com. Include your name, the class you are interested in, and your phone number.
  2. For Back to Work orientation visit www.mustministries.org for locations and times, as well as information on what to bring with you when you come to MUST.
  3. Once you complete the Back to Work training, you’ll be confirmed for the Retail Fundamentals course.

     How to Access Services

Volunteers and Staff are available:

  • Computer – Fax – E-mail
  • Career Assessment
  • Job Search Assistance
  • Locating Training/Education Programs
  • Job Coaching
  • Mock/Practice Interviews
  • Ex-Offender Counseling
  • Referrals to Other Services

Available on a first come, first serve basis

Back to Work

Canton           W/F            10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Marietta         M/Th          10:00 AM - 2:00 PM
Smyrna Tu/Th 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM


This comprehensive workshop will help you become job ready.  During this time, you will identify your skills, learn how to tell an employer how you can benefit their company, begin the resume writing process, and understand how to prepare for and be successful interviewing.  You will also identify your work goals and limitations, taking some of the frustration out of your job search and helping you focus your search for success.   Bring a resume or be able to access it online if you have one

Computer Lab/Job Coaching

Canton             M-F    10:00 - 2:00
Marietta     M-F         10:00 - 2:00
Smyrna     M/W/Th    10:00 - 2:00


Volunteers and staff are available to assist you with your job search, or use the computers to search for employment independently. We also receive job postings which are placed in the computer lab.
MUST Ministries reserves the right to limit computer use based on the number of persons requesting access, and use is limited to job search and job related activities only.

GED Prep

Marietta         Wednesday          10:00 AM - 12:00 Noon


  • No cost to participate.
  • Use appropriate materials, based on your learning level, to gain the knowledge required to pass the GED test.
  • Once ready, register online at https://ged.com/

These skills are needed to successfully take the GED:
Keyboarding, cut/paste/copy, undo/redo, insert, spacing/backspacing, highlight, navigate, click/double click, scroll, calculator, math symbols, pen/send/forward email, and attach documents

Industrial Training Programs

Offered at various times throughout the year

Step Up Your Game

A program to motivate and empower job seekers
Offered in the spring and fall


TOPPSTEP’s goal is to assist every parolee and probationer in gaining employment and self-sufficiency.  Learn how to get back to work when  you have a felony on your background.
GA Department of Labor                                      1st & 3rd Friday
465 Big Shanty Rd, Marietta, GA                        8:00-10:00 AM


“Two years ago, I checked into the Elizabeth Inn and began searching for job postings in the MUST computer lab. I got a job as a sales clerk and completed the shelter’s 6-week program. I constantly refined my resume and polished interview skills with the help of MUST Education and Employment staff. Soon, I accepted a better position at a higher wage with a public storage facility and they offered me an apartment on site! I still stop in and see my friends at MUST who helped me so much. --Tony