Sunday, May 14 – HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY to all the Mom’s, Mentors and Role Models!
Hosts, Senator Vincent Hughes and Tiffanie Stanard kicked off Philly Speaks discussing an upcoming job fair with guest, Senator Street.
Temple University’s 11th Annual Neighborhood Job Fair! Taking place Thursday, May 18, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., in Temple’s Student Pavilion on 1913 N 15th street, Philadelphia, PA, there will be over 120 employers on-site ready to hire!
If you’d like to register as an employer contact Michael Robinson at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 215.204.0667.
Then we had the pleasure of interviewing Christian Dennis, CoFounder of Quaker City Coffee Company. Great to have him in the studio to tell his story and the mission and vision of the company.
Quaker City Coffee is a profit-sharing company, focused on job creation for formerly incarcerated individuals, also known as returning citizens.
Their Motto: Supporting Returning Citizens, one cup of coffee at a time.
Returning citizens working in sales, account management, e-commerce, billing, shipping, accounting, human resources, community relations, marketing and product quality control will have the opportunity to be included in a profit sharing plan, and to share their input regarding company policy and direction.
Support Quaker City Coffee Company by visiting their local coffee shop.
Follow them on Social: @QuakerCoffee
Then we closed out the show, interviewing District Attorney (DA) Candidates in prep for Election Day on Tuesday May 16. For the past few weeks, Philly Speaks listeners had the opportunity to learn about the importance of the DA race, background on the candidates and the always important topic of VOTING!
VOTE on Tuesday May 16! More info on the Candidates running for DA, Controller & more, here.
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By: Tiffanie Stanard (Host/Producer)