There is help and hope for women facing difficult circumstances who need to return to the job market. The JVS Women to Work Program provides assistance to women from all social and economic backgrounds in Southeastern Michigan who must find a job following unemployment,
Like something from a superhero movie, the impenetrable fabric, Crypton®, created by Randy and Craig Rubin solved a major problem in the textile industry.
Applications are now being accepted through April 1 for “Better Job Opportunities,” a 12-week course beginning April 13 to help job seekers land new jobs or strengthen their computer skills for future promotion.
With a record-breaking crowd of more than 400 women and a few good men, the 7th Annual Trade Secrets dinner was held Wednesday,
Melanie Bergeron, chair of Two Men and a Truck, will share her trade secrets of success at JVS’s 7th annual Trade Secrets fundraiser March 18.
JVS seeks adult volunteers for the agency’s Activities Program as recreation aides. The year-round day program, based at the Jewish Community Center in West Bloomfield,
JVS is seeking metropolitan Detroit companies who will consider serving as internship sites as part of a new initiative to help people with disabilities develop work skills and gain employment.
JVS, a nonprofit human services agency headquartered in Southfield, was recently named a finalist in Crain’s Best-Managed Nonprofit competition for utilizing its strength in human resources to develop a revenue source for mission-based programs.
The David B. Hermelin ORT Resource Center, a division of JVS, offers “Better Job Opportunities” to help unemployed and under-employed workers build computer skills.
JVS Detroit is pleased to announce a new partnership with CARS™, a national vehicle donation program. This program is a great opportunity to support the most vulnerable in our community ‒ people with disabilities,