Organizers in United States

Organizers (Process People) are educators, or business, operational, and finance professionals. Organizers teach, manage and define resources as they develop the project scope based on input from stakeholders. Organizers engage in the planning, managing, and moving of people, materials and goods. All operations, supply chain, infrastructure planning, logistics services, facility maintenance belong in this category. Organizers often develop the scope of projects, which can include training people on the plan. These individuals are employed in positions as director, supervisor, manager, bank teller, administrative assistant, personal assistant, customer service representative, clerk, agent, or dispatcher. They also work in accounting, human resources, finance, operations, or education.

AdVSA, Inc.

1835 Market Street, Suite 820, Philadelphia, PA




Valerie Schlitt

High School Students, College Students

On-the-Job Training

    AdElevate Growth Consulting Group

    314 South Henderson Road, Suite G, #344

    Bachelors Degree, Advanced or Professional Degree


    King Of Prussia


    $47K-$57K/year, $58K-$65K/year, $86K-$100K/year

    Part-Time, Day, Summer program


    3-6 Months, 9 Months - 1 year

    Siera Smith

    High School Students, College Students, Educator Programs (Train-the-Trainer)

    College Prep, Lectures & Webinars, On-the-Job Training, Internships

      AdDream2Career | Seeking Maven Interns

      150 Main Street, 252, Plymouth PA 18651

      On-the-Job Training, Certifications Licenses & Badges, HS Diploma or GED, Associates Degree, Bachelors Degree

      PrepMD, Vertex Labs

      Wilkes Barre


      $10K-$25K/year, $26K-$30K/year, $31K-$38K/year, $39K-$46K/year, $76K-$85K/year, $86K-$100K/year

      Part-Time, Day


      3-6 Months

      Human Resources

      Advances in Education, Artificial Intelligence, Gig Economy

      High School Students, College Students, Displaced Workers or Career Changers, Individuals with disabilities, Veterans, Educator Programs (Train-the-Trainer), Diversity and Inclusion Programs

      College Prep, Lectures & Webinars, Scholarships, On-the-Job Training, Internships, Incubators & New Startups, Apprenticeships & Co-Ops, Career Events & Expos, Job Shadowing, Mentorships, Associates Degree, Bachelors Degree


        50 Braintree Hill Park #102, Braintree, MA 02184

        Bachelors Degree, Advanced or Professional Degree


        $58K-$65K/year, $66K-$75K/year, $76K-$85K/year


        3-6 Months


        Career Events & Expos, Study Abroad & Camps, Competitions & Hackathons

          AdMichael I. Kaplan, LLC

          35 Wesley Street, Savannah, GA 31406

          Georgia Southern University's Center for Applied Cyber Education



          Part-Time, Full-Time, Virtual, Day, Summer program

          Michael I. Kaplan

          Advances in Data Management & Logistics, Advances in Education, Advances in Electronics, Advances in Energy, Advances in Healthcare and Devices, Advances in Manufacturing, Advances in Self-Driving Vehicles, Advances in the Trades, Advances in Transportation, App Development, Artificial Intelligence, Drones, Holograms, Internet of Things, Nanotechnology, Robots, Cyber Security, Smart Devices

          College Students, Displaced Workers or Career Changers, Veterans