"When we say simply help one person find a job, we mean it," said Stelzner.
The idea took flight less than two months ago with one simple "tweet" on Twitter. Now, it connects job hunters with potential employers. Thousands of followers are exchanging job leads, resume tips, and free advice.
"I got my own coach, someone who just wanted to help. That was her ulterior motive, to be good and kind and to help people," said former job seeker Leslie Birdwell Shortlidge.
Stelzner says the ultimate goal is to encourage people to continue to help others offline.
"If Job Angels does nothing more than remind people to help those with whom they already associate, those they love, we've succeeded, and we're thrilled with that," said Stelzner.
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