Posted 2020-08-30
E-Hired Recommended for 7 Year Institutional Accreditation
On Friday, August 28, 2020, E-Hired.com ( www.e-hired.com) hosted Dr. Glen Mort, Vice President of Accreditation for the prestigious Middle States Association Commission of Elementary and Secondary Schools (MSA-CESS) for a virtual on-site review of operations. Dr. Mort's review included physical verification of all supporting documentation as well as extensive interviews with representatives from multiple stakeholder groups including governance, leadership, as well as students. (read more)

Posted 2019-11-04
E-Hired Seeking Regional Accreditation in 2020

E-Hired Seeking Regional Accreditation in 2020

 

E-Hired is proud to announce that it has been awarded candidacy status by the prestigio... (read more)

Posted 2019-07-20
E-Hired is honored and proud to announce it is now a member of the prestigious National Job Corps
As a new member of the NJCA E-Hired is excited to continue to support the great work being performed across the county at Job Centers we support and to pursue and develop better processes to serve our Job Corps Centers staff, students and stakeholders. Additionally, we are excited at building relationships with new Job Corps Centers and sharing thousands of daily employment opportunities with their Job Corps students (read more)

Posted 2018-09-24
Philadelphia Job Corps Center students receive 75,000 Employment Opportunities in August

Philadelphia Job Corps, a Management Training Corporation (MTC) center, in conjunction with E-Hired, provided 296 students with over 75,000 open job opportunities matched to their program & credentials.

From August 1, 2018 - August 31, 2018 Philadelphia Job Corps Center students received daily jo... (read more)

Posted 2018-09-19
Turner Job Corp Students Give Back and Get Ready for Future Careers

Turner Job Corp students are using their newly acquired skills to give back to their community. Landscaping trade students restored in the “Welcome to Albany” sign in Albany, Georgia on the Albany and Lee county border. They removed trash and cut back the overgrown grass, weeds, and bushes. The transformation was stunning, turning an area once an eyesore into somet... (read more)