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AS SEEN IN

Ami Magazine

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5 Towns Jewish Times

 

BY THE NUMBERS

our impact

8

Placements

30

Volunteers

560

Connections

214

Shuls in our Network

 

ABOUT

As featured in Ami Magazine, 5TJT and Queens Jewish Link, Jobs Task Force is a grassroots community movement that is harnessing the power of the Shul network to connect employers and employees. 

Jobs Task Force runs on a proprietary jobs engine where jobs are posted and candidates apply, free. Then, shul captains and industry volunteers plug in to facilitate placements.

Born as the 5TFR Jobs Task Force in Five Towns, Jobs Task Force divisions are popping up all over New York and New Jersey, in South Florida, Pittsburgh, and everywhere Shul communities are found. 

The Jobs Task Force was launched by brothers Yitzy (Isaac) and Mordy Sobel in April 2020, in an attempt to do their small part to help K'lal Yisroel. Yitzy is the Director of Finance at SeniorCare EMS, New York’s premier commercial ambulance service. In his spare time, Yitzy volunteers on the Board of Directors at Queens College, where he graduated in 2013 Magna Cum Laude. Mordy is a veteran chef who has been involved with non-profit management for years. Mordy runs a night kollel in Brooklyn. It is the Sobel brothers' humble hope that by honoring the Torah dictum to provide first for aniyei ircha, shul communities nationwide can help each other prosper.

 

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