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This mission-focused digital design firm is offering unlimited vacation in its job post

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THE MISSION: “To use design and technology for social good, collaborating with likeminded partners in the arts, culture, education and care fields”

THE JOB: Project manager

These are the “unlimited vacation” people. We’ll give you a minute to apply immediately.

OK, great. But before we get into the specifics of what this job actually is, let’s go over all the other awesome hiring-related stuff this company is doing:

  • Blind resume reviews — No names, no pictures, only qualifications
  • Matched retirement account
  • MLK Day of Service participation
  • Flexible work hours
  • Reimbursement for visits to cultural attractions

Oh, and the job — you’d be in charge of coordinating Interactive Mechanics’ digital projects, keeping the team on task and managing clients. Must be passionate about arts, culture, museums and education. Done.


THE MISSION: “To strengthen the physical, social, and economic fabric of the [Kensington, Fishtown and Port Richmond] community by being a catalyst for sustainable development and community building”

THE JOB: Multiple

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From our Partners

THE MISSION: To work “for a more just world through civic engagement” by practicing “radical hospitality” in a broad-minded Christian community

THE JOB: Development manager

BSM offers services that are essential to people’s everyday wellbeing, but are hard to come by when you’re experiencing homelessness — such as mail pickup and Saturday meals. This role would support those programs by soliciting financial gifts via individual giving and peer-to-peer fundraising.


THE MISSION: “To increase the number of adults completing college in the Greater Philadelphia region by engaging business, higher education, government, organized labor, workforce and economic development, community building organizations, social service providers and college graduates to align existing resources, remove barriers and create new pathways for adults to complete a college degree”

THE JOB: College success advisor

Help adult “comebackers” earn their college degrees by providing “advising, support, assistance, follow-up and referrals to clients.”

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