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INTER/VIEW is fast approaching, and we are gearing up to give employers a chance to get to know the real you.
Unlike the stiff, suit-filled job fairs of old, INTER/VIEW will provide light food and beer to loosen everyone up and provide the opportunity for you to get to know employers informally. You’re going to have to work with each other every day, after all, so we think both sides should get to know the real deal.
Each one of the participating companies are on a mission to make Philadelphia a better place. There will be employers as well as volunteer-seekers; we’re interested in citizens getting involved inside and outside the office. Whether you’re actively looking for a job or looking to get plugged in to local organizations, INTER/VIEW will give you the opportunity to see what’s out there.
Here’s a taste of a few of the organizations that will be exhibiting at INTER/VIEW on Tuesday, April 19, at Christ Church Neighborhood House in the Great Hall from 5 to 8 p.m.
THE ORG: EDUCATIONWORKS
THE MISSION: EducationWorks provides academic support, career readiness and enrichment programming throughout Greater Philadelphia. Tackling issues like literacy, graduation rates, safety and social awareness, the staff works directly with community and school leaders to identify challenges and create customized programs that will have the greatest impact.
THE JOB: Summer Camp staff
While there are a bunch of part-time and full-time positions that you can talk to them about at INTER/VIEW, EducationWorks is specifically looking to recruit for Summer Camp 2016 teachers, daycare workers, education students. They need people with education or childcare experience, and also people with college credits or a degree in education.
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THE ORG: RESOURCES FOR HUMAN DEVELOPMENT (FaSST/Connections)
THE MISSION: FaSST/Connections of RHD provides targeted case management services to families and singles who need mental health services within selected family and single shelters in Philadelphia.
THE JOB: Resource Coordinator
Resource Coordinators assist consumers with developing and reaching their service goals using natural community supports and available psychiatric, medical, social, residential, financial services and other services appropriate for the consumer.
You can also check out other positions open at RHD here.
THE ORG: THE LENFEST CENTER
THE MISSION: The Lenfest Center is a community center located in North Philadelphia that offers a wide variety of free programming with a focus on serving grades K-12. They provide youth a safe space to learn skills, to find community, and to develop as leaders and learners.
THE JOB: Program Leader — Education (part-time)
This position leads a group of 15 students after-school in activities that include academic support, team-building activities, character development and fun. It involves creativity in creating curriculum, modeling behavior around youth, and lots of energy.
THE ORG: AZAVEA
THE MISSION: Azavea is a B Corporation that does data visualization and build software for the web. Their mission is to apply geospatial technology for civic, social and environmental impact and to advance the state-of-the-art through research.
THE JOB: Various
You’ll have plenty to talk about with the Azavea team; they’re hiring software engineers, operations engineers, and UI/UX designers, as well as a Community Ambassador.
THE ORG: SOLUTIONS FOR PROGRESS
THE MISSION: Solutions for Progress delivers practical, cloud-based services to directly assist low- and moderate-income individuals and families to move sustainably out of poverty.
THE JOB: Various
If you like analyzing, you’re in luck. SfP is looking for programmer analysts, business analysts, software engineers and a UX designer.
If you’re hiring or looking to find volunteers for your organization, it’s not too late get involved. Email Mo at email@example.com for more info.-30-
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