Community Outreach to Diversity Organizations
|These organizations are participating in our exclusive Community Outreach program. Through this program, groups and organizations that directly work with Diversity Organizations receive open job notifications on a daily basis that match the criteria they specifically requested. These daily notifications (known as JobCasts™) can be customized by location, profession, education and experience.|
ABC Family Resource Center
Provides parent information, support, education, and resources for families in Ashland and Bayfield Counties in northern Wisconsin
ACCESS For Displaced Homemakers, MATC
Displaced Homemaker programs promote the employability of those who are displaced from homemaking due to widowhood, divorce, separation, incarceration, war or disability of a spouse or who have lost or will soon lose spousal or state support. The programs are funded through state-funded grants awarded to technical colleges and/or local private non-profit organizations in order to provide a broad array of employment and training services. Such services include career exploration, vocational counseling, job search activities and follow-up services.
Addison Chamber of Commerce & Industry
The Addison Chamber of Commerce and Industry Strives to provide the best environment possible to enhance business in the Addison community
and educational sessions for business and employee development.
Adult Options In Education - St. Louis Park
Adult Options In Education is an adult basic education program serving, and supported by, the community education departments of the Hopkins, Minnetonka and St. Louis Park school districts, along with the Hennepin County Adult Correctional Facility.
Agape Community Center - Milwaukee
Agape Community Center has been a beacon of hope, determination, support and success for thousands of area residents since 1986. The strengths needs and hopes of our neighbors vary widely. As a Community Center, we have the unique advantage of welcoming youth, adults, families and seniors into our facility through a broad range of educational, social, recreational, cultural, health and life-long learning opportunities.
Amicus - Reconnect Program
RECONNECT provides re-entry services that help inmates prepare for release and gives ex-offenders much-needed resources in their search for jobs, housing, clothing, family services and more. We also participate in numerous support classes such as SRD (Stop the Revolving Door), TRIAD (Chemical Dependency Unit), Sex Offender classes, Mock Job Fairs, and Transition Fairs.
APICS - The Association for Operations Management
Since 1957, APICS has met the educational needs of its members and their employers by developing educational programs and materials to increase productivity and enhance their competitive advantage. Formerly known as the American Production and Inventory Control Society, APICS has expanded to meet the needs of professionals in all areas of resource management, including inventory, materials, information systems, accounting/finance, supply chain, and all other functional areas that contribute to the overall efficiency and productivity of an organization.
ARG provides an innovative staffing resource and training solutions for all of its customers. Our staff has had decades of experience in the design and implementation of employment and training programs. Our efforts have resulted in the placement of literally tens of thousands of individuals with employers over the years.
Arlington Heights Chamber of Commerce
Whether you’re an established business or a start up company, your business needs the advantage of a solid foundation and a strong network of contacts to succeed.
Aurora Community Services - Eastern Wisconsin
We are a passionate and diverse human service agency committed to helping individuals live fuller, richer lives while helping businesses to thrive and flourish. Discover more about our creative and cutting edge solutions for you, your family, or your organization.
Aurora Family Service
When a crisis or major change occurs in your life, you may feel unable to cope with it. We reach people in home, work, school and neighborhood settings:
To identify and build on their strengths
To respect their ability to make the best decisions for themselves and their families
To help them find solutions that work for them
Aurora/St. Anthony Neighborhood Development Corporation
The Aurora St. Anthony Neighborhood Development Corporation's (ASANDC) purpose is to address the needs of neighborhood quality of life issues, advocacy, and community economic and housing development. Our mission is to foster positive relationships within and between neighborhoods, and to support its community members in effecting their choices relative to the quality of life in their neighborhoods.
Barrington Career Center
The Barrington Career Center is here to help anyone in a job transition learn the skills needed to launch and maintain a successful job search in today's challenging job market. We offer networking, one on one job coaching, interviewing skills workshops, weekly seminars and much more.
Bayview Foundation's guiding purpose is to facilitate families as they meet their needs, realize their dreams and make contributions to the community. Together, Bayview Foundation and Bayview Townhouse residents created a people proven model of successful, dynamic cooperation that works. The mission of Bayview Foundation is to provide housing, human service, arts appreciation and cultural awareness. These key elements evolved from over twenty-five years of experience in the business of neighborhood development.
Bengali Cultural Society of Milwaukee
Bengali Cultural Society of Milwaukee (BCSM) is a non-profit cultural organization representing the Bengali community in the greater Milwaukee area. The society continues to grow steadily as more Bengalis move to Milwaukee area from India, other parts of the United States and the world.
Blaine Learning Lab
Metro North ABE is a free program to help adults age 16 years or older (who are not enrolled in a secondary school) develop basic skills; such as reading, writing, math, work skills, English and technology. Several sites are located in northern Minneapolis and St. Paul metro area.
|There are currently 160 Diversity Organizations Outreach Partners receiving positions from WisconsinJobNetwork.com|
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