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Looking for a new job in the social impact sector? Catch PTW20 Virtual’s INTER/VIEW on July 22

Organized by Generocity, this year's INTER/VIEW jobs fair will feature leadership talks, a virtual exhibit hall, and 1:1 opportunities to connect.

Attendees from a previous INTER/VIEW jobs fair. (Photo by Dominique Nichole)

Looking for a new job in the social impact sector? Join us Wednesday, July 22, from 9:30 a.m. to noon EST for INTER/VIEW Virtual, organized by sister site Generocity.

Back for its fourth year, INTER/VIEW is an informal social impact jobs fair showcasing mission-oriented companies and nonprofits seeking talented people seeking to do good on and off the job.

INTER/VIEW is going virtual for the first time this year and will be the featured Professional Development Day event for the PTW20 Virtual Summer Series. PTW20 Virtual is a series of online events organized as part of a now all-virtual Philly Tech Week 2020 presented by Comcast.

The day will feature panel conversations, lightning round chats and a dedicated expo area. Attendees can meet with some of Philly’s top mission-driven organizations. This event is an opportunity to connect with nonprofit professionals and social impact leaders while supporting Generocity’s community reporting.

The agenda

Who attends, and why

Organizations participate to show off their company culture and get to know professionals outside of their resume. Professionals get to meet organizations that don’t just want another employee or volunteer — they’re looking to build lasting relationships that work for both sides.

INTER/VIEW is dedicated to connecting Philadelphia employers and professionals seeking to make a positive social impact in our region. This year’s event will highlight paid full- and part-time opportunities for veterans, returning citizens, and those with disabilities. If your organization has hiring needs, be sure to reserve a spot early.

How to participate as an attendee or exhibitor

This event is free to attendees, and small organizations can apply to participate as exhibitors for free. Larger organizations can exhibit via a standard package or fund donation option. The deadline for securing your spot as an exhibitor is July 20. Register or apply today!

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About PTW20 Virtual

PTW20 Virtual features a summer series of partnered programs aligned to the year’s tracks. The series’ events focus on celebrating resilience, technology and innovation. From immersive daylong conferences to dynamic idea exchanges and casual fireside chats, PTW20 Virtual keeps you connected to the ideas and opportunities that create more equitable hometowns.

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