Making Hope Happen
We're helping the people we serve lead self-determined, connected, and hopeful lives that strengthen themselves, their families, and their communities.
Partner with JEVS for Customized Business Solutions & Opportunities
With an 80-year commitment to workforce development, we help employers source and hire motivated employees, build their team through customized training, and more.Learn More
JEVS is Open for Business
We are maintaining services (safely) and (still) making hope happen. Learn more about how we are providing the programs and services our community needs to thrive in challenging times.Read All About It
The Results Are In!
JEVS' The Choice is Yours diversion program just released the results of a rigorous external evaluation conducted by Equal Measure. Read about the program's remarkable impact.Read More
This is What Essential Looks Like
Watch this video to learn more about how our employees are continuing our work, even during our current economic and health crises.Watch Video
Strictly Business 2020
Watch the recording of our special virtual edition of Strictly Business, our annual fund-raising and awards event.Get Inspired >
Helpful COVID19 Resources
Check out this easily digestible guide to local and state COVID19 resources.View Resources
JEVS is a Top Workplace!
For the fourth year in a row, JEVS Human Services has been awarded the Inquirer's Top Workplaces honor.Read More
You Can Make Hope Happen
Help JEVS continue to provide life-changing programs to those most in need by making a donation today. Your contribution will go a long way to Making Hope Happen!Donate Now
Philly didn’t become America’s poorest big city by chance. Here’s how we fix it.
See how JEVS is helping in this Future of Work article by the Inquirer.Read Story
Looking for Work? We Can Help!
JEVS Career Strategies is still helping clients who are looking for work or need help with their job search during these uncertain times. Phone and video conference appointments available.Learn More
Get Back on Track
Project WOW offers skills training, GED® test preparation, and job placement assistance for Philly youth ages 18–24 who did not complete high school.Enroll Now
A Virtual 3 Cups of Coffee® Can Jumpstart Your Job Search
3 Cups of Coffee® is a new short-term mentoring program that matches people who are job-ready with a volunteer mentor in their target industry. Mentors provide a wealth of knowledge and connections to help mentees land-and succeed in-the perfect job!Get Started
Didn’t finish high school? There’s a program for that…
E3 Power Center City provides education, employment, and life skills training to out-of-school youth to help them re-engage academically and develop skills needed to be successful.Learn More
If Your Next Career Step Requires a Degree
We now offer a Southern New Hampshire University degree, powered by JEVS. Achieve your educational goals in a flexible, affordable way – on your schedule - with coaching, resources and support.Learn More
Help Us Get Philly Back to Work
Invest in skills. Help us provide individuals like Bayir with the tools they need to succeed. Despite the pandemic, Bayir enrolled in our Project WOW and earned his high school diploma. He has now set his sights on his HVAC certification at our Orleans Technical College.Make a Gift
Your contribution matters and will be used wisely to provide vital services for those most in need throughout Greater Philadelphia.
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Making Hope Happen for Catherine
“Catherine, your resilience is your superpower.” After moving from Wilkes Barre, Pa., to be closer to her son and attempting to search for a job in […]Continue Reading
Jewish Professionals and Organizations Navigate Job Loss, Career Changes
by Jewish Exponent Stephanie Lees worked in the food and beverage industry selling wine and spirits before the coronavirus pandemic began. The former manager at Butcher […]Continue Reading
JEVS Offering Job Search, Career Help
By Northeast Times At age 62, Catherine Blum moved to Northeast Philadelphia for the first time, settling down in Bustleton to be closer to her […]Continue Reading