The 18th annual AL DÍA Philadelphia Diverse City Career Fair featured dozens of exhibitors, several panel discussions, and a special speed networking session featuring area CEOs.
My Philly Summer gives interns and college students throughout the Philadelphia region the opportunity to connect, network, and have fun!
The Philadelphia Collaborative for Health Equity was founded to address the health inequity challenges in Philadelphia.
At the annual AL DÍA Philadelphia Diverse City Career Fair, the exhibitors talked about the importance of workforce diversity, among other things.
AL DÍA is celebrating the new generation of professional nurses enriching diversity in the top health organization of our region.
Un informe reciente de la Oficina del Controlador revela que la municipalidad debe hacer una mayor esfuerzo por crear una fuerza laboral que refleje la diversidad de la población a la que sirve.
As AL DÍA strives to help the diversity in the workforce match the diversity of the city, the career fair will also provide attendees with value resources on topics, such as personal branding.
Congreso de Latinos Unidos celebró su gala anual con un viaje a la capital de Andalucía.
The goal of the Diverse City Career Fair is to celebrate the diverse city of Philadelphia, but transfer that diversity into the workforce.
The 18th annual AL DÍA career fair will see a new name, with an evolved goal.
Tras su carrera exitosa como boxeador profesional, George Foreman III encontró su pasión por entrenar a otros y no ha vuelto a mirar atrás.
Ceiba, Finanta y Santander Bank lanzan en Filadelfia el “Programa Adelante”, una nueva vía financiera concebida para eliminar obstáculos a la hora de conseguir la ciudadanía estadounidense.
Ceiba, Finanta, and Santander Bank are bringing Programa Adelante to Philadelphia, a financial pathway intended to break down barriers to attaining United States citizenship.
The consequences of slavery to education both in Brazil and in the USA is the scenery for Baobab Flowers, a film directed by the Brazilian filmmaker Gabriela Watson.
La diversidad de las comunidades Hispana y Latina protagonizó el acto “Colmando Brechas” organizado por la Cámara de Comercio Hispana de la Región de Filadelfia (GPHCC). Foto: Aja Beech.
Diversity within Latino and Hispanic communities was the highlight of the Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce ‘Closing the Gap’ event.
About 750,000 undocumented immigrants live in the United States under the DACA program. 23,000 of them live in Pennsylvania. The increase of arrests and the petition of 10 'red' states for the Trump administration to eliminate this program have plagued this community with fear.
Kelley B. Hodge has been selected as the Interim District Attorney.
About 50 people gathered together at Independence Live to witness -and taste, of course!- the art of making the most delicious Mexican tamales in Philly, featured by Hispanic chef Jen Zavala.
The American Beverage Association is taking its legal actions against the city to another level.
An accident by SEPTA's Regional Rail on the Landsdale/Doylestown line reportedly killed a man near Fortuna station.
City Solicitor Sozi Pedro Tulante responded to the allegations made by General Attorney Jeff Sesions against 9 jurisdictions considered as "sanctuary cities" by the DOJ.
Rodriguez Carrión is the first native of Puerto Rico to be awarded the Woodmere Art Museum Purchase Prize. Its work, Exodus, talks about the Puerto Rican diaspora to the US.
Puerto Ricans are creating thriving communities outside of the island in light of the debt crisis.
Philadelphia defends it's sanctuary city policies in at a news conference on Thursday.
An end to the teachers' five-year raise stall and four-year struggle with the school district has arrived.