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This April, Generocity wants you to get a job.
Not just any job — one that lets you do good and do well at the same time. Philly is seeing investment and social enterprise grow locally, and organizations are starting to take notice that potential employees are looking for more than a way to pay the bills. They’re looking for a way to give back.
Enter INTER/VIEW, a new job and engagement fair for social impact employers, employees and volunteers. On Tuesday, April 19, we’ll be connecting job seekers and potential volunteers with mission-minded organizations who make a difference in the Philadelphia community, inside and outside of careers.
Why is this different from other job fairs? Generocity is curating the employers to highlight jobs that showcase companies who are invested in Philly. In addition, you’ll be able to talk to organizations looking for volunteers who are interested in using their skills to give back.
This job and engagement event will be casual — no dressing up required. You’ll be able to grab a free beer and talk to potential employers who are interested in more than your resume — they want to get to know you as a person and find out if you are a good fit for the company. You’ll also have the opportunity to get a headshot taken in between conversations with employers and volunteer seekers.
We’re expecting 30 exhibitors to be at the April 19 event. Get your tickets on Ticketleap — the list of employers will be updated closer to the event. Are you an organization interested in participating? Email Mo Manklang.
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Don’t miss out on this great opportunity to meet local impact organizations and find your next career opportunity or volunteer gig.-30-
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