Hiring Happenings; Jobs at Nonprofits

Looking for work in the Huntington area? Look no further.


The Huntington Opportunity Resource Center & Business Incubator Complex says those who were displaced by Hurricane Maria can receive assistance with learning computer skills and obtaining employment. Call or email Daisy Diaz of Suffolk Independent Living Organization: (631) 880-7929; [email protected].

HORC also mentions people with vision issues can get vocational help from Helen Keller Services for the Blind. Call (631) 424-0022.


The Macy’s at Walt Whitman Shops will have a Cosmetics and Beauty Hiring Event Tuesday, Mar. 5, from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Register and apply here.

Huntington Public Library-Main Building will host the presentation How to Become a Suffolk County Police Officer Tuesday, Mar. 12, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Sign up at (631) 427-5165.


From serving food at an indie movie theater to serving as head of development for another cultural organization, there is money to be made at nonprofits:

Part-Time Sky Room Café Staff at Cinema Arts Centre

Part-Time Cattery Caretaker, Part-Time Canine Handler, and Part-Time Veterinary Technician at Little Shelter 

Senior Custodian at Developmental Disabilities Institute 

Accounts Payable Clerk at Family Service League 

Administrative Assistant at The Salvation Army

Vinyasa Yoga Instructor, Personal Trainer, and Director of Camping and Youth Services at the YMCA

Part-Time Program Assistant at Walt Whitman Birthplace Association

Project Manager at Friends of the Coltrane Home

Development Director at Huntington Arts Council

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