WorkerSpring LOGO

The Importance of Recruiting from Diverse Communities

Recruiting from diverse communities plays a critical role in the development and success of organizations in the contemporary business world. It has multiple benefits that can propel a company forward, from promoting innovation and creativity to reaching a broader market and enhancing the company’s reputation.


The Jobs Portal has been released on the WorkerSpring recruiting platform. Now employers can post jobs and community organization can respond with their recommended candidates. Employers are able to enter the population groups they are hiring including previously incarcerated, youth, veterans, recovered drug and alcohol, refugees, Americans with disabilities, the elderly, single parents, autistic, Down

Jobs Programs Weekly

Durham Nonprofit Helps Former Inmates Get Back Into Workforce A nonprofit in Durham is working to help ex-offenders find jobs and get their lives back on track. The program, run by N.C. Works Career Center, offers participants mentorship and training to help them secure employment. It even offers gas money to help them find transportation to …


On her recent visit to Pittsburgh, Department of Labor & Industry (L&I) Secretary Jennifer Berrier stopped by an apprenticeship program that is training Pennsylvanians for information technology careers. The program aims to provide participants with the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in an IT career. Through the program, participants receive on-the-job training and …


Google’s Grow with Google Career Readiness for Reentry pilot program launched last April in partnership with nonprofits. The program prepares formerly incarcerated individuals for employment and digital skills. Today, Google announced an expansion of the program, with an $8 million investment in organizations helping “justice-impacted” individuals enter the workforce. This includes the formerly incarcerated and …

Ship Community Outreach Joins WorkerSpring

Ship Community Outreach joined WorkerSpring last week. Ship Community Outreach serves downtown Raleigh, North Carolina and the surrounding communities with a focus on food insecurity, poverty alleviation, crime prevention, healthy living, employment readiness, life skills training and human trafficking intervention. They have a unique calling and mission to serve underserved populations in Southeast Raleigh.

Neighbor to Neighbor Joins WorkerSpring

Thrilled to announce Neighbor to Neighbor has joined WorkerSpring. This amazing organization helps our neighbors overcome the stunting effects of poverty through comprehensive mentoring and educational programming so they can achieve their full potential. They are one of the top GED sites in Wake County, 82% of participants in their Jobs Program enroll in higher …

Veteran Readiness and Employment Program (VR&E) assists Veterans who are disabled and face employment barriers by preparing them to find new jobs

VR&E program assists Veterans, with service-connected disabilities and a barrier to employment, to achieve and maintain a life of independence through suitable careers. The program is overseen by the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA). Veteran participants are provided individualized services based on their unique situations and needs. The ultimate goal of the program is to […]