The Haitian Professionals of Philadelphia (HPP) is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization in partnership with the Urban Affairs Coalition’s (UAC) network of program partners. HPP was established in November 2008 to help elevate Philadelphia’s Haitian community through education, professional development, and mentorship.
Joining the Haitian Professionals of Philadelphia will provide you with access to the largest Haitian professionals’ organization in the Greater Philadelphia region. We are a progressive, smart, and connected organization. We are dedicated to providing our members with a quality experience. We can help you network with fellow Haitian Professionals, give back to the Haitian Community, connect with local leaders, and experience the rich and dynamic culture of Haiti.
The Haitian Professionals of Philadelphia (HPP), would like to thank you for your contribution to the Haiti Relief Project. As a result of your help, HPP was able to respond swiftly and strategically to the catastrophic earthquake. Our response included sending medical supplies, medical professionals, water, and food to our beloved homeland. As a cherished supporter and partner, we would like to provide you with a detailed account of our response to the earthquake to date. Continue reading to learn more about our response efforts.
APPRENTICESHIP OPPORTUNITIES 1. International Union Elevator Constructors Local 84 JAC will be accepting applications for its 4 year Apprenticeship Program. Description: You must be 18 years old. You must present: valid government photo ID, photo-copy of your birth certificate, photo-copy of your high school diploma or GED. At a later date, you must take an Aptitude Test [$25 fee required at time of test], be interviewed by Local 84 JAC and submit to Drug Test and Physical Exam when h...Read More
BIRTHRIGHT CRISIS haitianwomen.wordpress.com Ethnic Cleansing… An Article by Sonia PierreFarming of Bones by Edwidge Danticat Remembering Sonia Pierre and Her Fight for Dignity www.haitianwomen.wordpress.com Copyright (C) 2013 Haitian Women for Haitian Refugees I All rights reserved. ...Read More
Celebrate Haitian Traditions! WheatonArts presents a Celebration of Haitian Traditions Program at Half Price Admission Sunday, November 10 from 10am to 5pm. Concert Featuring La Troupe Makandal of New YorkRemembering Ginen: Traditional Music and Dance of Haiti 3pm-5pm Event Center, Main Hall The Exhibition, Presentation, Demonstration and Concert are included with WheatonArts General Admission Ticket. HALF PRICE General Admission! On Sunday, November, 10$5 Adults $4.50 Senior Adults (62+) $3...Read More
Dear Friends: On behalf of The Wharton School’s African American MBA Association, you are cordially invited to the 40th Annual Whitney M. Young Jr., Memorial Conference. The 2013 conference themed, The Crisis. The Opportunity, will take place December 6 to December 8, 2013 at the Loews Hotel Philadelphia, 1200 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107. This year’s conference will include a prospective students day; keynote speakers; spotlights on successful entrepreneurs; panel...Read More