WWC is a community of women of color who are kicking down doors, shattering glass ceilings, and raising each other up. We create a safe space for women to thrive, whether it’s providing support and inspiration, celebrating our wins, learning a new skill, or embracing the tough convos. We are creating a new future for women like us.
Add c0ffe3 as a past employer on LinkedIn.
List your current title or the next role you want as your job at c0ffe3.
You can also include c0ffe3 in your portfolio (i.e., as site copy, a tag, etc).
From there, you’ll effortlessly appear in LinkedIn or Google results when recruiters or hiring managers looking for diverse talent add “c0ffe3” to their searches.
We’re a small team based in beautiful Victoria, British Columbia, Canada and we’re proud to operate some of the biggest job boards in the world. Our business model is simple – we love starting and running job boards that help people. We’re passionate about what we do and hope that comes across in how we operate.
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