My Nonprofit Reviews
Review for Upwardly Global, San Francisco, CA, USA
It is a great privilege to write a review about upwardly global about their commendable work in assisting qualified immigrants find back their job and life in the USA. I have been the lucky very few to have met upwardly global and get the necessary assistance I need to find a job. With their professional approach they instill a systematic and well founded methodology of preparing and presenting a qualified non-US origin professional to the US job market. With their close and personal communication techniques, they understand each job seeker’s need and provide guidance and day to day counseling. Unlike many other Job assistance organizations, they not only give the theoretical information on how to get a job, they actually practically help prepare the clients in building resumes, self marketing techniques, networking techniques and even do mock interviews. Moreover, they go the distance to search jobs and present the job seekers to companies from their large network of employers. I have known Upwardly Global only for two months, but every workshop and personal communication I received has been getting me ever closer to realizing my dreams and even gave me the opportunity to network with a number of companies and organizations very relevant to my career line.
What I've enjoyed the most about my experience with this nonprofit is...
They organize events and invite a lot of volunteers from all professions. Simply talking to the volunteers can give a lot of help for many job seekers.
The kinds of staff and volunteers that I met were...
They have hard working and versatile staff who are always eager to assist and answer questions; who follow up relentlessly until they see achievements.
If this organization had 10 million bucks, it could...
It could actually not only make employer and employee to find each other easily but actually create projects/jobs run by it's own job seekers.
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Tewodros Teketel (MD)
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