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Just as I have big goals to keep putting people into exciting jobs, LitWorld has some serious ambition—and that's going to require new faces.

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It amazes me that after all of these years, the written word is still so powerful. Audio and video mediums started to take over with the advent of radio and then television, but the Internet brought writing roaring back. Take me for instance. With no job and barely any experience even looking for one, I was able to build a business that is helping over a million job seekers every year. It all started with reading. I scoured the Internet for new ideas and perspectives on how I could best serve my market. But it really took off when I started to write and share what I learned with all of you. I truly believe that if you have strong reading and writing skills, you can do nearly anything, and I think the people at LitWorld would agree with me. They are a New York City based non-profit organization that works “to cultivate literacy leaders worldwide through transformational literacy experiences that build connection, understanding, resilience and strength.” LitWorld’s main focus is on children, since they’re the ones who stand to gain the most from literacy.

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The way that LitWorld goes about spreading literacy is pretty cool. They believe that stories are essential to all children. By giving children the ability to tell and share their own stories through writing and reading, LitWorld is able to give children “the power to transform their lives.” And through that “children’s stories then become a force for justice and change in the world.” I couldn’t agree more. As I’ve told my story of being a frustrated job seeker, I’ve been able to transform the lives of a number of readers who landed jobs with companies that I introduced them to. Hopefully you’ll be next. Just as I have big goals to keep putting people into exciting jobs, LitWorld has some serious ambition. By 2014 they want to “help one million children learn to read.” By 2015 they want to “implement [their] three-year literacy strategy in eight additional countries.” And by 2016 they want to “equip ten thousand literacy leaders to effect change that will impact ten million children.” Those are big, audacious goals, but they’re doable with the right people. They’ve already put together a strong team, and their Get Involved page makes it look like they want to add to it. They don’t specifically mention Jobs (nor does their Idealist page), but I strongly recommend that you use the contact information on their Get Involved page to inquire about how you might fit into their story.

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