CAREERWORKSHOPS, INC. is a non-profit organization dedicated to equipping individuals with job and career skills to enable them to locate and secure good career positions and further enable them to reach their God-given potential through achieving career and life goals. We deliver skill training workshops, seminars, and other resources including individual coaching by arrangement. 


CAREERWORKSHOPS, INC., dba CAREERSOLUTIONS, is approved as a 501(c)(3) charity by the IRS.  Contributions are gratefully accepted.

CAREERSOLUTIONS has created powerful workshops and dynamic seminars and hundreds of audio files designed to help you locate, land and advance in your career ... and they're delighting and encouraging audiences weekly!  For individuals out of the area, audio and written resources are available through our online store and our radio archives with hundreds of hours of great career advice.

How You Can Help Us Help Others


Make a Contribution. Mail tax deductible contributions to:

112 Bedford Rd Suite 116
Bedford, TX 76022


Areas of Ministry


CAREERSOLUTIONS Workshop is offered weekly at Cross City Church in Euless, Texas.  We teach job seekers many valuable techniques to locate and land their next career job – from résumés to networking to interviewing to negotiating job offers and more! 

CAREERSOLUTIONS Coaching is providing personal, one-on-one coaching for those who are stuck with some aspect of their career. These FREE sessions are given to those already involved in the ministry who need individual help. 

CAREERSOLUTIONS Saturday Seminars are offered every three to four weeks on preparing your Résumés, Interviewing, and Career Success. There is a small donation requested for these half-day events taught by experts in their fields. 

CAREERSOLUTIONS with David Rawles, a radio show that was broadcast three days a week on station KDKR 91.3 FM in DFW and in other cities around the nation. This program deals with issues facing career people from various professions and provides straight-talk answers to callers’ questions.