Making Hope Happen
JEVS Human Services has 1,000 employees and two dozen successful programs providing skills development, job readiness & career services, vocational rehabilitation, recovery services, adult residential and community participation services, and in-home personal assistance.
Introducing 3 Cups of Coffee®!
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!Learn More
When you're ready for your next step...
With Career Strategies, Michael was able to resume his job search and confidently re-enter the workforce.Learn More
When you're ready to show what you can do...
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
When you’re ready to finish your GED…
The E3 Program in Center City offers education, employment and empowerment opportunities to young adults in Philadelphia. Enroll now!Learn More
TCY Featured in National Publication
JEVS' The Choice is Yours diversion program is one of only three programs to be spotlighted in a new Criminal Justice Toolkit from the Jewish Council on Public Affairs that addresses mass incarceration.Read More
When you’re ready to build relationships…
JEVS Lifesharing connects individuals with intellectual disabilities to supportive families that can help provide a new level of independence.Learn More
You Can Make an Impact
Invest in independence. Help us help new Americans hailing from 30 countries across the globe.
Growing up in a Rwandan refugee camp, the American dream seemed like just a dream until Gentil and his family found JEVS Human Services. He got a new start and the skills he needed to succeed.Learn More
Your contribution matters and will be used wisely to continue providing vital services for those most in need throughout Greater Philadelphia.
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An Equal Trade
When Althea Burgett first toured Orleans Technical College, she was inspired by the presence of instructor Linda Dunphy, the only woman instructor at the school. Learning […]Continue Reading
Philly Mother Joins Growing Number of Women in Trades
When Althea Burgett has gone to interview for electrician jobs wearing makeup and high heels, she said, the interviewer always looks at her a little funny. […]Continue Reading
A Mother’s Love
By outward appearances, Jennifer Burke, 41, is the typical stay-at-home mom. The North Philly resident lives in an apartment with two of her daughters, 9 and […]Continue Reading