MILWAUKEE, WI – Jobs That Help, the specialized Milwaukee-based jobs listing website for nonprofit organizations and job seekers, is announcing its expansion to Racine County, as well as to the rest of the state.
Jobs That Help was launched in February 2019 by a team of Milwaukee nonprofit professionals in order to provide nonprofit organizations and job seekers with a high-quality, specialized, and accessible jobs listing website.
Previously listing job openings on its website ( www.JobsThatHelp.com
) that were solely at nonprofits in the greater Milwaukee region, Jobs That Help will now list nonprofit job openings throughout the state.
All services of Jobs That Help continue to be offered for free to the community.
The website currently draws thousands of visitors each week to its job listings, and is now the largest job board that is exclusively for nonprofit career opportunities in the state.
“Whether our job-seeking visitors are experienced professionals or enthusiastic newcomers, they come to Jobs That Help because they are mission-driven candidates who are looking specifically for the nonprofit job opportunities that we list,” says Ben Hastil, who founded and operates Jobs That Help.
Currently, the website ( www.JobsThatHelp.com
) features over 250 job openings in the state from more than 70 nonprofit organizations, with more job openings from nonprofit organizations being added every day.
Jobs That Help was launched in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in February 2019 and provides nonprofit organizations and job seekers in Wisconsin with a specialized jobs listing website. The website allows nonprofit organizations to easily post jobs and job seekers to easily search and apply for job openings, helping both nonprofit organizations and job seekers find the best match of talent and passion. All services are offered for free, and the website currently features over 250 job openings in the state from more than 70 nonprofit organizations, with more job openings from nonprofit organizations being added every day. Learn more at: www.JobsThatHelp.com
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