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|Human Resources Administrator||Sequim, WA|
|Controller||New York, NY|
|Loss Control Trainee||New York, NY|
|Construction Practice Leader - MidWest||Chicago, IL|
|Human Resource Generalist||Onalaska, WI|
|Vice President Loss Control, Middle Market||Hartford, CT|
|Human Resources Generalist||Cincinnati, OH|
|Investment Coordinator||Fitchburg, WI|
|OBIEE Functional SME Analyst||Washington, DC|
|CSR/Head Teller||Mechanicsburg, PA|
Reasoning Mind is an education focused non-profit that uses the web to teach kids math, and they’re hiring 30 new grads as Program Coordinators. Learn more about these amazing entry level opportunities.
Lately I’ve been talking a lot about the relationship between humans and computers. The most important takeaway from all of this is that we’re all humans, and that’s important. If we can’t all agree on that simple fact, then we as a society are doomed. Considering that the only thing more important than people is money, I think it’s essential that we take this special day to look at The Human Fund. They are a New York, NY based non-profit that provides “Money for People.” The organization was found by Art Vandelay in 1997, and since then they have continued to grow.
The Human Fund has found enormous success by getting their supporters to give gift donations in the name of friends. This is typically done during the Christmas/Hanukkah/Festivus season. (If you’d like to give a gift, you can find out how to do so here. Beyond providing money for people, The Human Fund has also been advocating for stricter health standards on envelope glue, but 90% of their work is still committed to serving humans. If you’re excited about The Human Fund and their work, I highly recommend that you check out their Job postings while also exploring the relevant links below.
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