Action at INTER/VIEW 2018.
Let’s level for a moment: We think journalism can have a huge impact on connecting a city’s workforce with growing, innovative companies.
Hopefully you’ve seen our increased focus on content on nonprofit and grant-based organizational career growth, such as our series chronicling leadership movements within Philly’s social impact community: Power Moves or On The Market, our weekly round up that highlights our growing Philly impact jobs board, or even through the past month’s editorial focus on the Digital Divide which explored the “digital first”approach to the 2020 census and asked how that might impact Philadelphians who would like to pursue a census job. Read more on that, here.
Journalism helps us, as an organization, to be smarter about how we deliver info about things we’re promoting — like by taking a deep dive into the data behind-the-scenes of our impact job and volunteer fair INTER/VIEW, which goes down Wednesday, June 12 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. at PHMC, Centre Square East, 1500 Market Street, East Tower, in Philadelphia.
Presented by Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC) and organized by Generocity, INTER/VIEW is an informal social impact jobs fair showcasing mission-oriented companies seeking talented people seeking to do good on and off the job.
Each year, we poll our attending companies about the roles they’ll have open at INTER/VIEW.
Here’s a little bit about the culture of 14 of the companies hoping to meet you next week at INTER/VIEW:
“ASAP is dedicated to fostering a culture of partnership through our work with schools, libraries, community-based organizations, and recreation centers across Philadelphia. ASAP’s commitment to collaboration, partnership and equity in our youth programs is mirrored in our day to day work environment. ASAP employees are passionate and creative team players who bring diverse backgrounds, perspectives and experiences to our staff. As a team we strive to create, maintain and expand opportunities for youth through meaningful relationships and evidence-based practices.”
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“African American independently owned talk radio. People who work at WURD are passionate about people, politics, and the planet. (see also ecoWURD) —We are a very fast paced, yet easy-going team.”
“We are dedicated to creating a culture that provides an opportunity to connect, learn, and grow from one another. We live our core values by modeling each value through our work and putting our best self forward for others to see.”
“The Urban Technology Project is Philadelphia’s premier I.T. apprenticeship program. We are a launchpad for young adults to start their career in technology and learn how to be successful in a professional setting.”
“We are a two-year-old nonprofit that is volunteer-based. Everything we have done to date is on spare time. We need volunteers for our on-site gardening events, but we also need someone to update our social media, establish our CRM and help us with our website. We’re also looking for aspiring landscape designers.”
“The Eastern Pennsylvania region seeks to fulfill on a regional level the American Red Cross mission to prevent and alleviate human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors. We are guided by seven fundamental principles: humanity, impartiality, neutrality, independence, voluntary service, unity and universality.”
“Our colleagues are smart, dedicated, competent and kind. We believe in being generous with our time, knowledge, and expertise.”
“Dwell City Solutions is a social impact web-based risk management platform that helps landlords reduce evictions by finding jobs for their tenants and providing them with tenant satisfaction information to help them retain tenants. We provide landlords with de-identified aggregate data and recommendations to help them connect with their tenants and prevent evictions.”
“If you love spending time outdoors in nature and working with children, Riverbend is the place for you!”
“We believe in our mission, and we enjoy collaborating with each other and our partners. We believe it does take a village — we see it every day.”
“Friendly and family environment. Management is support to staff and want them to be successful.”
“Here at N5SRP we strive to be open, welcoming and transparent. We encourage and support each staff member with personal and professional development goals.”
“Valley Youth House is a fast-paced, ever-growing and developing organization filled with individuals who are committed to positively impacting the lives of vulnerable youth populations. Valley Youth House does more than provide housing to vulnerable, abused and homeless youth; we partner with thousands of individuals to build a solid foundation for young people and their families.”
- “NET Centers (NET) offers support and hope to individuals and families at times of great stress in their lives. A nonprofit agency, NET provides a continuum of trauma-informed behavioral health and social services designed to meet complex needs of all family members.”
Here’s some data about the type of work and qualifications for the positions companies will be looking to fill:
- Community & Economic Development
- Disaster Services
- Software Services
- Real Estate
- Gardening support for US Veterans
- Seasonal (summer) Internship
- Interns and people that want to help with specific gardening projects
- Digital Marketing
- Only technical interest is required; no prior tech knowledge
- Scala, AWS
Here’s the 15 additional organizations you’ll meet at INTER/VIEW:
- Blessings, Inc.
- Children’s Crisis Treatment Center
- College Possible
- Georgia E. Gregory Interdenominational School of Music
- Heritage Community Development Corporation
- National Philanthropic Trust
- Philadelphia Women’s Network Connection
- Philly Tech Sistas
- Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC)
- Throw Like a Woman, Social Impact Consulting
- YouthBuild Philadelphia Charter School
- Network for Women with Careers in Technology
- Live 24HRs
Get your ticket for INTER/VIEW presented by Public Health Management Corporation at the door (June 11, 4:30 – 6:30pm) or RSVP now.
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