This year the Business Journal is recognizing 25 partnerships for their philanthropic work across Greater Philadelphia. Visit the site for the full article here or click here .
And another success story to add to the list! Hopeworks Web Intern Joshua Valente joined us 2 months ago in hopes to find new opportunities in tech and continue his education.
He left school in the 12th grade and has been incredibly determined to get his diploma since then. After taking the required tests in each subject, Joshua has successfully earned his diploma! It’s been awesome to watch Joshua grow at every level, overcome fear and nervousness, and continue to gain confidence after each win.
"With the guidance of Hopeworks, I turned dreams into reality. Today, as I hold my high school diploma, I am not just a graduate; I am a testament to the transformative power of hope and education. Thank you, Hopeworks, for being the beacon that lit my path to success."
Joshua has also joined our Web Department as a Web Development Intern and will be assisting with building client websites.
Last week, U.S. Sen. Cory Booker visited Hopeworks, a nonprofit and social enterprise that propels young adults ages 17 to 27 into long-term living wage careers from its headquarters in Camden. During the visit, Booker (D-N.J.) toured the facility, engaged in a dynamic career talk with young adults and greeted board members and corporate partners of […]
We have called Camden, New Jersey home since 1869. It’s why we’ve proudly partnered for years with incredible organizations that provide essential services to Camden residents. In addition to making monetary donations, we’re committed to volunteering and finding ways for employees to make meaningful improvements in the community. Read the full article here.