A new resource to support non-profit organizations and job seekers in the greater Milwaukee region, Jobs That Help, celebrates one month since launching.
Jobs That Help was launched in February by a team of Milwaukee non-profit professionals in order to provide non-profit organizations and job seekers in the greater Milwaukee region with a high-quality, specialized jobs listing website.
The website (www.JobsThatHelp.com) allows non-profit organizations with job openings in the greater Milwaukee region to easily list their open jobs, in turn enabling job seekers to easily search non-profit job openings and find jobs that match their skills and interests.
All services of Jobs That Help are offered for free to the community.
“Our non-profits form the backbone of our communities not only through the critical services they provide, but through offering meaningful employment opportunities in our communities. We are proud to be helping our non-profits secure the best talent possible, while helping our local job seekers find the best match for their skills and passion,” says Ben Hastil, who founded and operates Jobs That Help.
Currently, the website (www.JobsThatHelp.com) features over 200 job openings in the greater Milwaukee region from more than 60 non-profit organizations in the area, with more job openings from non-profit organizations being added every day.