The Center for New Americans provides job training and employment coaching to refugees, asylees, and survivors of human trafficking so that they can gain workforce skills, navigate new cultural environments, and gain self-sufficiency.
The Franklin C. Ash Summer Internship Program is a seven-week summer internship for high-achieving Jewish college students interested in nonprofit career paths.
Get Ready, Get Set, Get Out provides reintegration support for Philadelphia residents. Participating individuals receive personalized plans to help them navigate release, ensuring a smooth transition back into their communities.
JEVS’ hireAbility provides employment services to help individuals with disabilities, mental health needs, or substance use disorders in PA and southern NJ to help them gain employment and be active in their communities.
IT Pre-Apprenticeship is a 21-week training program in Philadelphia designed for young adults aged 18-24 who are interested in IT and office technology.
OICA Adult Reentry offers reintegration support for Montgomery County residents who are within 80 to 180 days of release from a Pennsylvania State or Montgomery County Correctional Facility.
PA CareerLink® offers comprehensive services for both jobseekers and employers by providing employment assistance for individuals and qualified candidate matching for businesses.
The Choice is Yours (TCY) is a program for first-time, nonviolent felony drug offenders facing minimum prison sentences. Upon successful program completion, graduates earn the opportunity to have their criminal records expunged, removing stigma and reducing recidivism.
Work Ready provides a comprehensive set of employment-oriented services to those receiving TANF and SNAP benefits, including those who need help and support to overcome obstacles to self-sufficiency.
Searching for a job is never easy. For 80 years, JEVS has been providing a guided approach for those in all stages of career transition, including […]
Helping Hands provides free employment assistance to members of the Jewish community who meet eligibility criteria and are looking to find or change employment.