Through our Career Strategies program, JEVS Human Services provides a broad range of career and educational services to the Jewish community that are sensitive to traditions inherent in Jewish life.
- Through the Career Strategies program:
- One-on-one career guidance for Jewish professionals in transition
- Free seminars and support groups related to career development and educational guidance at local synagogues, libraries, and community centers
- Through the Helping Hands program: Job assessment, readiness, training opportunities and placement assistance for unemployed and underemployed Jews under the age of 65
- Through the Franklin Ash Summer Internship: Internships for Jewish full-time undergraduate college students
- Through the Lasko College Prep Program and Dorothy M. Cohen College Prep Program: Variety of services for high school students as they prepare for college, such as SAT test prep, high school subject tutoring, and post-secondary education planning
- For career assessment or guidance services, click here
* NEW! You will also have access to a variety of personalized resources & tools through our partnership in ProjectEM, an initiative dedicated to empowering and employing local Jewish communities across our nation.
- Varies per program
- Contact Career Strategies to schedule an appointment
No cost for most services; sliding scale fee based on income available for career counseling services
* For the safety of our staff and clients during the pandemic, many services are provided via phone and video conference.
Center City Philadelphia:
123 S. Broad Street, 7th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19109
2770 Red Lion Road
Philadelphia, PA 19114
Workshops held at off-site locations
Monday – Friday:
9 am – 5 pm
Evening appointments available on request. Not all services available at every location.
See calendar for occasional evening events.
Other appointments available by special arrangement.