First among the values that guide Resources for Human Development
is a belief in the fundamental dignity of each human being. At RHD, we know that for many people the opportunity to attain employment is a key element of self-esteem and dignity – so we have made a commitment to helping provide that opportunity, especially to the most vulnerable and marginalized populations.
Brothers' Keepers Hope Improvement is a general contracting program that provides employment to marginalized populations, including returning citizens and adjudicated youth.
RHD has long been a leader in providing job training to marginalized and vulnerable populations. Our Urban Youth Program at RHD Boston trains high school students to work in residential or vocational settings with children or adults with developmental disabilities. The program provides other organizations with a talented pool of multi-cultural individuals who work full-time in the summer and part-time during the school year.
All the programs listed below assist individuals who are in need of employment and training. Please click on the links for more information.
For more information, please contact Jennifer Arthur-Lewis at215-951-0300 ext.3912
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You can find a program to fit your needs from our list at the bottom of this page.Any questions?
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'We make sure people get a second chance'
When RHD sponsored the largest gathering of resources aiding in the employment and re-entry of returning citizens and homeless individuals in Philadelphia history, Mayor Michael Nutter showed up to thank RHD for its efforts. He was greeted by more than a thousand job seekers eager for a second chance. Read the story here.