Black History Month is the time we celebrate the Black men and women whose accomplishments have moved America,
For thousands of years, at thebeginning of each New Year, we all make promises to ourselves to be better, toimprove and accomplish some goal that eluded us in the previous year. It is agreat tradition. The start of a new yearis the perfect time for
On this #GivingTuesday, please consider donating to Philadelphia OIC as we help people recover from the pandemic and train them for life sustaining jobs so that they can get back to work. Please give here: https://www.philaoic.org/support-oic#donate
Planning for the coming recovery by building careers
We are honored that Philadelphia Tribune recognized our CEO, Judge Hughes on their 2020 Most Influential African Americans list.
For the first time ever, Philadelphia voters can vote in person before Election Day.
Hospitality and tourism are vital parts of our economic engine.
OIC offices are closed on Monday, October 12, 2020
Our President & CEO, Judge Hughes will be a featured speaker at the Graduate Philadelphia! 15-Year Celebration on Tuesday October 27th
FREE COVID Testing on Tuesday, September 29th at Sharon Baptist Church
Our Hospitality Training Institute provides free job training for people interested in careers in the hospitality & tourism industry.
PA Bankers is committed to providing diversity and inclusion resources in support of members so they may meet their own diversity and inclusion goals and effectively serve their customers and local communities.
The 2020 B. PHL Innovation Festival will be virtual and focus on supporting COVID-19 recovery efforts in the Philadelphia region. Tickets to attend B. PHL are free, with the option to donate to the PHL COVID-19 fund. No donation is too small to help!
No Cost, No Symptom COVID-19 Testing
Our economy hasbeen devasted in ways that none of us imagined. National unemployment continuesto rise. It is not unrealistic to expectthat the unemployment rate will crest at 30%. As daunting as this number seems, unemployment will be worse in....
The impact of digital inequity on communities of color and low-income families has been a challenge for City leaders for decades. The race to solve the digital divide wasthrown into hyper drive by COVID-19.
Investing in Returning Citizens is an Investment in Our Community
Judge Renée Cardwell Hughes will lead Philadelphia OIC into the New Decade
Riots and Looting are not Protest
In light of the new development surrounding COVID-19, Governor Tom Wolf has ordered and extension on the closure of all schools in the Commonwealth.