More Hopeworks Youth Moving on to Employment!

Hopeworks is proud to share that three more of our young people are moving on to employment as they leave Hopeworks!

Johnathan Johnson, who worked as our Salesforce intern, has landed a job with Flow Development & Technology, working to help them achieve their goals!  Flow Development and Technology is a real-estate development and technology company focused on the integration of sustainable design and smart building technology to help create more efficient cities and reduce our impact on the environment.

Ed Holmes, one of our Youth Healing Team interns, has moved on to a contract position with NFI Industries, helping their IT Department make the transition as they move from Voorhees to Camden!  

Finally, Michael Ruiz, another Hopeworks trainee, has also obtained a contract position at NFI Industries, working to support their IT Team as they continue to grow into a dominant supply chain and logistics company nationwide.

“It is so gratifying to see Hopeworks young people delivering value to companies right here in our neighborhood,” says Hopeworks Executive Director Dan Rhoton.  

We wish Ed, Michael, and Johnathan well as they move forward with their careers.

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