Employers are encouraged to open their doors to high school students and young adults seeking employment, through our “DONATE WORK CAMPAIGN”. Those socially responsible businesses, institutions, nonprofits, and individuals, will be publicly recognized for their efforts in providing work opportunities to those living within low-income communities and refugee camps.
High school students and young adults are invited to participate in the Global Deeds Career Fair, which normally takes place in April, where they learn how to find after-school and summer jobs, in addition to independent contractual work. Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, most of these opportunities are virtual.
The “DONATE WORK CAMPAIGN” is an ongoing effort to motivate employers to either create new work assignments, or to allocate funds within their budget to make sure such are utilized for the hiring of youths.
Those who are 15 years of age and above are welcomed to participate as job seekers. Anyone below the age of 15 could apply to participate in summer programs and boot-camps.