Giving Back

“Life doesn’t get better by chance, it gets better by change.” ~ Jim Rohn

Here at Vital Professional Services, we are in the business of making a difference in everything we do.

That’s why social change is at the very core of our business model.

When you invest in your business success by using our recruitment expertise to attract and hire the very best IT talent that you need, you’re not only helping yourself, but you’re also helping support an extremely worthwhile cause. You even get to choose which one!

In addition to our non-profit partner contributions, we – ourselves – go out into the community to facilitate employment workshops and demonstrate to first-time job seekers how to interview effectively. Vital provides young people their first job search tools and supplies. All our non-profit partners focus on preparing individuals of all ages and backgrounds to enter and re-enter the workforce and develop the ‘Vital’ skills that are needed to get a job. By working together, we are helping them to secure their future and the future of their families and loved ones.

When you build a relationship with Vital, you’re building your community.

Here are our current non-profit partners:

New Directions for Veterans

 

Did you know that the unemployment rate for young veterans is nearly twice that for non-veterans of the same age?  Vital Professional Services takes pride in continuing our Giving Back initiative in 2016.  This month, we join the dedicated professional team at New Directions for Veterans (NDVets) and their rapidly growing, visionary organization. If you enjoy helping others…

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New Directions for Veterans

Compassion Planet

 

Vital recently joined some of the amazing folks at non-profit Compassion Planet.  Their continuing effort with youth at the end of the foster cycle prepares these young and capable professionals to enter the competitive world of business.

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Compassion Planet

A Walk on the Wild Side

Licensed and inspected by the United States Department of Agriculture, A Walk on the Wild Side has provided feature educational exhibits with live exotics at several West Coast state fairs.  You may ask, “Where do they collect so many special species?”

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A Walk on the Wild Side