Philadelphia’s Non-Profit Leaders Send Hopefuls to “Bootcamp”

With thousands of Philadelphians looking to land a job in non-profits, but many of them not sure how to get their foot in the door, Nonprofit Nerds Philly Meetup created various programs that would help individuals not only get in the door, but kick it down. Before their 'Non-Profit Job Hunting Bootcamp' program, organizer Marta Rusek... Continue Reading →

How are nonprofits impacting Philly?

Jenny Roberts and Aaron Gibbs will be covering the nonprofit beat. They are both senior journalism majors at Temple University in Philadelphia. Jenny is the supervising editor at The Temple News, the university's editorially independent student newspaper, which means she spends most of her time deleting the oxford comma from writers' drafts. Aaron is currently... Continue Reading →

Empowering Individuals To Break The Cycle Of Poverty

  Homeless Finding their way to Project Home Erika Hickerson, Case Manager Safe Haven 1 and 2 for Project Home, says there are 18 programs at “Project H.O.M.E, which is a Philadelphia non-profit organizationempowering individuals to break the cycle of poverty and homelessness through affordable housing, employment, health care, and education.” “We have 18 programs in... Continue Reading →

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