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.|
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
Boys and Girls Club - Lavarnway Branch
The mission of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee is to inspire and empower all young people, especially those from disadvantaged circumstances, to realize their full potential as productive, responsible and caring citizens.
Campus Kitchens - Marquette University
The Campus Kitchens Project empowers thousands of students each year to recycle food from their cafeterias, turn these donations into nourishing meals, and deliver those meals (along with a friendly visit) to those who need it most in communities across the country. Then, we open up that on-campus kitchen space to teach culinary skills to unemployed men and women, who in turn teach the college students a thing or two about poverty, stereotypes, and what it takes to make it these days.
Inspired by Christ’s call to serve, our mission is to provide service those in need, to advocate for justice and to call upon others to do the same.
City on a Hill
City on a Hill is a faith-based nonprofit organization located in the heart of Milwaukee, and working as a catalyst to bring transformation to individuals, families and neighborhoods in the central city.
Families and couple thrive when they have access to the protections and benefits society provides through the law and custom. Whether its winning domestic partner benefits at public employers, securing new legal rights for same-sex couples, or helping businesses make their workplaces more equitable and competitive, Equality Wisconsin and Equality Wisconsin Fund are involved.
Family Life Center
“The Family Life is committed to promoting healthy family life for the families
of our neighborhood by:
- providing a nurturing, supportive non-threatening environment for growth.
- empowering families to advocate for themselves and become resources for others.
- collaborating with available community resources
- continually listening to participants and responding to their needs.
FYI Center of Milwaukee
The FYI Center is committed to providing youth who are aging out of the Foster Care System with programs and services that help them transition from custodial care to living independently in their communities. We seek to improve the lives of youth aging out of the foster care system by developing a dedicated social service agency to address their needs using state of the art programs and best practices.
By integrating the ideals of self-help, motivation and empowerment, and physical and spiritual support, HeartLove Place does more than just provide a service or render a program; HeartLove Place is a conduit for the kind of lasting change needed to profoundly impact lives.
HIRE Milwaukee Center
Each year thousands of job seekers, including youth, low-income unemployed adults and those displaced from their current employment due to layoff, have been assisted with skills training and job search assistance. We provide information and resources to enable individuals to gain competencies, make career decisions, set goals, and take action to change the course of their lives.
Hmong-American Friendship Association
The Hmong American Friendship Association Inc., is a non-profit organization founded in 1983 by Southeast refugees in Milwaukee. Our goal is to improve the quality of life for Hmong and Laotian refugees and the larger community, bridging culture and language barriers to identify resources and meet the needs of low and moderate-income residents.
Hoffman Estates Chamber of Commerce and Industry
A strong, thriving community doesn't just happen. It requires foresight, commitment, and a vision for the future. The Hoffman Estates Chamber of Commerce is proud to be a vital player in the sustained growth and prosperity of the greater Hoffman Estates area.
|There are currently 64 Diversity Organizations Outreach Partners receiving positions from MilwaukeeJobs.com|
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