March 8, 2021
Childcare & Education
March 8, 2021

Available Jobs and Support

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Affordable Connectivity Program – If your household income is 200% or less than the Federal Poverty Guidelines, or someone in your household participates in certain government assistance programs, you may be eligible for the benefits the ACP provides. Visit the ACP website to see if you qualify and apply. You can take advantage of the discounts with confidence knowing that receiving ACP assistance does not affect Social Security retirement, survivors, or disability benefits. What discounts are available?

  • $30 per month toward internet service for eligible households. Some companies offer internet service for $30, making internet service free.
  • $75 per month for households on qualifying Tribal lands.
  • Eligible households also can receive a one-time discount of up to $100 toward purchasing a laptop, desktop computer, or tablet from participating providers.

Along the Way is hiring caregivers and babysitters who will love and nurture children in the mother’s home and promote a safe and healthy environment. Positions are PT (up to 30 hrs/week) with rates beginning at $13, but will do a 90-day review. Click here to learn more and apply!

Bee-Bergvall & Co. is hiring! Explore jobs at

Bucks County Community College has an opportunity for people interested in training and gaining new skills. Industrial Maintenance Pre-Apprentice Training starts on September 19, 2022. This is a great opportunity for someone that likes to work with their hands and who wants to take advantage of free training that can lead to a good job and a career with good pay. The program is FREE for Bucks County residents who meet eligibility requirements. Average starting salaries are $20+/hour with benefits. The program has a 90% job placement rate for graduates. They partner with employers throughout Bucks County and the surrounding counties so while training is in Bristol, someone can find a job with a suitable commute. Find out more about this or other free career training programs at

Department of Education: Financial assistance is available to help students learn skills in high demand by today’s employers in energy, health, advanced materials and diversified manufacturing, and agriculture and food production. The PA Targeted Industry Program, created by the Pennsylvania General Assembly in 2012, provides need-based awards up to $5,000. Approved veteran applicants may receive up to 100% of the student’s total educational costs or the max award, whichever is less. Awards can be used to cover tuition, books, fees, supplies and a $4,000 living expense allowance. Students must have received a high school diploma, GED or recognized homeschool certificate. Students who have completed a bachelor’s or graduate degree are still eligible to apply for assistance. Information and ApplicationsThanks to Senator Bob Mensch for sharing this information!

Family Services of Montgomery County PA is hiring for their Meals on Wheels Program Director position! If you are energetic, reliable, engaging, and eager to work in the human services field to assist seniors in Montgomery County to remain safe and independent in their own homes, Family Services is looking for you to join their team. Apply here.

Family Promise Montco PA case manager Devon Lassiter shares her tips for job development in serving individuals in the housing and homelessness field, with the recommendation that a prompt resume workshop or revision when individuals enter a housing program builds confidence and readiness for employment. View her video message, and reach out –  case manager to case manager – if you’d like to discuss resume workshops:

Generocity Listing of Nonprofit Openings

Hopeworx is hiring for The Ferns Peer Respite Director. This role will supply trauma-sensitive peer support and team leadership within the context of the Peer Respite. Duties will include substantial direct support and administrative responsibilities. See more info here. And get all the details on requirements and apply here.

Integrate for Good – Congratulations to the Spring 2022 Integrate for Good Empowerment Lab graduates from Perkiomen Valley School District! The Empowerment Lab works with students to create digital portfolios highlighting their abilities and work aspirations, and setting them up for success during and after high school. View a sample digital portfolio, and learn more if you’re hiring or want to get involved and support!

Intersect Access Services is hiring a part-time Intersect Care Portal Coordinator for the Intersect program. As the Intersect Care Portal Coordinator, you will assist Intersect Network leadership as you review needs submitted to our Intersect Community Needs Facebook Page and oversee the delivery of approved services to clients. The Intersect Care Portal Coordinator will value accuracy, integrity, and organization as critical to maintaining the excellence in care the Community Portal provides every individual we serve. You will establish and foster partnerships with faith communities, human service providers, and government agencies on behalf of Access Services to meet the critical needs of people throughout Bucks and Montgomery Counties. The candidate must be a resident of Bucks or Montgomery County. To read the full job description and apply click here.

Jewish Family and Children’s Service of Greater Philadelphia is an equal opportunity employer. If you are interested and passionate about applying for a job at JFCS and meet most of the qualifications listed, please submit your resume and cover letter to Your email application must include: #1 The job title in the subject line (or we will not be able to route your resume), #2 Your cover letter and salary requirements in the body of the email, and #3 Your resume as an attachment. You can always visit their website for a current list of jobs available and for greater details. As of May 2022, these are JFCS’s openings:

  • Director of Finance – senior executive in the organization reporting directly to the President. This role’s broad authority to act on behalf of the agency on matters related to Financial Planning, Treasury Operations and Accounting. They are accountable for activities and operating results in these same areas.
  • Housing Specialist – A new position. Reporting to the Director of Individual and Family Services, The Housing Specialist works with JFCS case managers in all Agency departments to help them assess their needs and assets and refer clients to appropriate housing resources. The Housing Specialist also works with community businesses and organizations to develop relationships with landlords who may provide affordable housing, and secure goods and other donations from businesses to help furnish needed items for new housing units. The housing specialist works to develop community partnerships, participate in community forums and housing related meetings, and provide training and education to staff members.
  • Art Therapist – Working within JFCS’ counseling program, the art therapist develops and facilitates therapeutic programing for identified populations including children, older adults, and people with disabilities, although the position will focus primarily on youth services. In addition, this person will facilitate and lead groups, programs, and provide individual therapy.
  • Youth Therapist IFS – Under the supervision of the IFS Clinical Program Manager, the Youth Therapist works with an integrated team approach in providing clinical counseling for Individual and Family Services (IFS) clients. The Youth Therapist works with youth, five and up, to complete bio-psychosocial assessments, develop individualized treatment plans, and provide appropriate therapeutic interventions including CBT, narrative therapy, play-based therapy, family systems-based interventions, and others as applicable. The Youth Therapist may also plan and facilitate group therapy programs. Services may be provided in home, community-based settings, in JFCS offices at varying sites, and via telehealth platforms. After school and evening hours will be required.
  • Driver – The agency is searching for an individual to provide transportation FOR JFCS clients to and from shopping locations, medical appointments, and social outings. The driver also provides JFCS food and supply deliveries and pickups along with other transportation needs as identified by the Transportation Manager. This position would require the driver to assist with carrying grocery bags. All transportation is always provided in a safe and courteous manner.

Keystone Opportunity Center is hiring and shares community jobs. Learn more!

  • Keystone Opportunity Center has an immediate need to hire an Executive Director. The Executive Director has primary responsibility for the implementation of the mission of Keystone through strategic and tactical initiatives addressing food insecurity, homelessness, housing instability, and adult literacy. Learn more about this position and apply here.

Literacy Council of Norristown hosts Looking to be Tutored? Free basic skills and tutoring for Adults. LCN provides free 1:1 tutoring and classes for adults age 18 and over who are not in school. Visit or call 610-292-8515 for more information.

Laurel House

  • Sales Associate at Marian’s Attic Thrift Shop – Marian’s Attic, an upscale, thrift shop located in King of Prussia, PA is currently hiring for a part-time sales associate. This position will work in all aspects of the shop. This position is part-time (3-4 days/week) and may include Saturdays and some evening hours. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Barbara Warliga.
  • Sales Associate at Laurel’s Loft – This position works as a sales associate for all aspects of the Laurel’s Loft shop with an emphasis on working at the register and sharing with our customers the mission of Laurel House. This position is part-time (approximately 15 hours/week). The times of day and hours will vary, in accordance with the hours and staffing needs of the shop, but will include Saturdays and some evening hours. Pay: $11.00 per hour. To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to Barbara Warliga.

Lenape Valley Foundation is hiring aides for residential services, with flexible shifts and sign-on bonuses. Learn more about their mission, work and how to apply!

Maternity Care Coalition is hiring for multiple positions. Learn more and join their team!

Mercy LIFE is expanding! The following positions are available in Montgomery, Delaware, and Philadelphia Counties.  Link is provided below to apply.




If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out directly but all applications must be completed online. Questions: Lynn Degenhart, Regional Sales Manager, Mercy LIFE of Pennsylvania,, 484 241 0295 (c)

MontCo Anti-Hunger Network (MAHN) is hiring an Executive Director and asks for your help! The Executive Director is the thought leader of MAHN in collaboration with the Board of Directors. The Executive Director is part of a paradigm shift with regard to how food security is thought of and addressed. They will be responsible for overseeing the administration, programs, and strategic plan of the organization with great potential for growth over the next three to five years. Other key duties include supporting the pantry network, linking resources, networking with other organizations within the food security space, community outreach, fundraising, finances, and marketing. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors. Please submit your materials via this LINK. Questions can be directed to Patty Cook at Read more here.

Montgomery County is hiring! See a list of all available jobs with information and requirements here.

  • Montgomery County is seeking applications for a Health and Human Services Director. This is a vital role within the County and they are looking for your help in identifying the next Director to lead their team to fulfill their mission and ensure the equitable access and delivery of services. Please share this posting within your network and with any other individuals that may be interested in this role. Candidates should respond directly to the search firm; information can be found in the posting and prospectus. Applications are not being taken by the County. Please do not refer individuals to County HR; direct all questions and send all required information to the firm at

NAMI Montgomery County PA (NAMI MontCoPa) is hiring for their Development Coordinator position. This role focuses on successfully leading fundraising efforts and special events, social media and website management, and marketing/development planning. The ideal candidate will be a dynamic self-starter who enjoys mission-driven work. The NAMI Montgomery County PA affiliate values relationship-based fundraising and seeks an individual whose goals are aligned with that philosophy. For a full job description, click HERE. Send email resume and cover letter to to apply.

The Nonprofit Center at La Salle University is hiring!

  • They embrace diversity and seek candidates who will contribute to a climate that supports a fully inclusive, equitable, and diverse working and learning environment. We strongly encourage individuals from underrepresented and/or marginalized identities to apply.  For consideration, please forward your cover letter and your resume or curriculum vitae for review to: Lori C. Moffa, Director of Consulting at
  • It’s the moment you’ve been waiting for: Nonprofit Center classes are OPEN FOR REGISTRATION! With classes offered online, in person, daytimes and evenings, there’s lots to explore. Sign up for one class, or enroll in one of our certificate programs to take your career to the next level. What will YOU learn this year?

One House at a Time is hiring!

  • Job Description – Location: Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006, Job Type: Part-time, Pay: $15.75 per hour, Schedule: Day shift, 4 hour shifts. Apply here.

PA CareerLink. Opportunity portal for jobs and training throughout PA.

The PA Department of Labor & Industry Issues New Guidance for Overtime Rules, Tipped Workers. They recently issued a series of FAQ documents to help employers comply with new rules dictating overtime pay for salaried employees and various changes to tipped worker regulations, all scheduled to go into effect on August 5, 2022. Thank you to the Indian Valley Chamber of Commerce for sharing! Learn more.

Partnership TMA of Montgomery County. Know someone who could get to a job if they had use of a bike? PTMA-MC offers to lend bikes from their Bike Share program on a temporary basis. The recipient could use the bike until it is deemed safe to resume bike shares. To discuss the program or request a bike, contact

PASSi and Penn Asian Vocational Institute provides training to assist participants in gaining employment, thriving in the workforce, and advancing in their careers. See what courses they’re currently offering. Get more information here.

Peaceful Living. Hiring direct support professionals with a sign-on bonus of up to $1,500. Learn more by emailing or visiting

PennDOT has launched a new site called “Find My Ride” to share more about transportation services and assistance programs by County. Thank you to TMA Bucks for sharing! Visit the new site, including the Share-A-Ride program, a free, computerized service that matches commuters who work in southeastern Pennsylvania with transit services, potential carpool and vanpool groups, and walking and bicycling information. Employers can locate matches for employees at a specific site(s).

Public Health Management Corporation. Connect with the Early Childcare Education Professional Development Office at PHMC! Learn about career advancement opportunities. If you are interested in advancing on the PA ECE Pathway but are unsure of where to start, the ECE PDO Career Advising services can assist in coordinating your plans! Individuals who are interested in enrolling in Early Childhood Education coursework can reach out to the ECE PDO at PHMC for information about available degree and credential programs across Southeast Pennsylvania. Click here to complete an intake form to access Career Advising services, or reach out to the PDO team at to get started on your Career Pathway. You can connect directly with Mina Abdollahi, the ECE and Higher Ed Coordinator for ELRC 17 at

Pottstown Works/Salvation Army. Offers employment readiness training, individual employment coaching, and connection with location employers. For more info or to apply, call Bill MacGregor, Director at 610.326.1621, x313.

Rahab’s Hope is looking for board members! Apply here for the following positions:

  • Prospect ResearcherResearch donor and partnership opportunities  
  • Secretary – Manage meeting and board-related documents and communication
  • Fundraising Chair – Manage fundraising efforts (events, donors, grants)
  • Volunteer Coordinator – Volunteer recruitment, engagement, development

Reentry Services offers the Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program. This program provides college classes in prisons and jails involving campus-based students and incarcerated students learning together. Thos who participate will receive 3 college credits upon completion of the cource. There is no cost, but participants will need a computer and internet access. If you or anyone you know is interested, please contact John Pace at

Voice & Vision is hiring! Here are a few current opportunities:

  • Bucks Coordinator for Consumer/Family Satisfaction Services. Learn more.
  • Interviewer (Field Staff Specialist). Learn more.
  • Delco Coordinator for Member /Family Satisfaction Services. Learn more.

RSVP is hiring!

Looking to volunteer? Whether you are new to volunteering, already a seasoned volunteer looking for a fun activity, or just returning after pausing your volunteer activities during COVID. RSVP always needs dedicated volunteers. Contact Kathy Stocker for information or 610-834-1040 x.123. Learn more about volunteering with RSVP!

The Open Link – The Board of Directors of The Open Link (TOL) seeks an experienced, ambitious, and mission-conscious Executive Director who can build upon TOL’s history of a nurturing and vibrant organization. Learn more here. Please e-mail resume and cover letter to: and reference TOL in the subject line.

TMA Bucks provides leadership and advocacy for transportation management services and solutions that impact Bucks County. Their goal is to improve transportation by fostering partnerships among state, county, and local governments and the Bucks County business community.

  • Telecommuting Works – even just one day a week for a year – can save the typical commuter 1,200 miles on their vehicle and more than 58 gallons of gas according to the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission! Telecommute when you can, especially on poor air quality days. Join the TMA Bucks Air Quality Partnership program and make more of an impact! Learn more and get involved.
  • SEPTA Key Advantage Program Expansion Begins –After a successful launch with three introductory partners, SEPTA has announced that the transit authority is expanding its institutional pass program, called “SEPTA Key Advantage” and inviting more organizations to participate in this initiative that is bolstering an inclusive recovery for the region. The target date for the next phase of employees to begin using the passes is September 1. Interested employers can apply and inquire about SEPTA Key Advantage here:

Victim Services Center of Montgomery County is seeking a FT Counselor! The Counselor, who reports to the Direct Services Supervisor for assignment of cases, tasks, case consultations, case management and ongoing supervision, is responsible for providing counseling including advocacy and accompaniment for protection from sexual violence and intimidation orders to victims of sexual assault and other crimes. These services may be provided in community based locations as needed and assigned, including services to the underserved populations. This position will require both in person and remote working.

  • Responsibilities: Counseling, advocacy, community outreach and support group facilitation as assigned. Rotation on crisis hotline in office and weekly on-call hotline rotation, in-person hospital and police accompaniment for sexual assault victims, record keeping in accordance with ETO and other agency data collection and reporting requirements, intake monthly reports and client number assignment.
  • Qualifications: Master’s Degree (required) in Psychology, Social Work, Counseling, or related field, License preferred. Completion of VSC 65+ hour Sexual Assault Counselor/Victim Advocate training. Criminal Record, Child Abuse History and FBI Clearance background checks required. Valid driver’s license, vehicle and valid automobile insurance required. All employees are At-Will employees. EOE * Spanish language skills a plus*
  • Benefits: After a three-month period, benefits will be available (medical including dental and vision and vacation, sick and personal leave) Resumes can be sent to Erin Milbourne at

Wonderspring Early Education. Various Openings! For more info, contact Tricia McDevitt Ortiz, tortiz@wonderspring.orgView job descriptions and/or apply here.

YWCA offers support to women. If you’re a woman wanting to start or grow her own business, the YWCA Tri-County Area invites you to join a free self-paced, online program that can help budding entrepreneurs turn an idea into a sustainable, profitable business. Women’s Empowerment 360 (WE360) is designed to help women overcome barriers to starting and sustaining a business, helping entrepreneurs increase their knowledge and confidence through concrete steps to create, maintain and grow a business, as well as the support of professional coaches, one-on-one mentoring, and a community of peers across the nation. Learn more!

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