Good for all.

The Intersect Group is committed to helping our communities the best way we know how: by nurturing skills that empower.

At The Intersect Group (TIG), we think our sense of caring should translate to good for everyone—not just the people who work with us. We’re ready to give back to a cause that aligns with our own values.

Community involvement isn’t a hobby for us or a box to check off. It’s a responsibility. That’s why we have an internal committee designed to support community engagement complete with its own budget. Our ideal community partners are an extension of what we already do—changing lives for the better through workforce initiatives.

We want to exemplify goodness in all that we do—for our clients, our candidates, each other, and for the communities around us. Just like every other aspect of our business—we’re here to be a force for good.

Our offices throughout the country focus on local organizations that align with our values. Organizations we’ve partnered with include:

Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit
High School

Corporate Work Study

Dallas Technology Ball
STEM education

WIT Atlanta
Supporting girls and women

Apparo - ConnectivIT Ball
Empowering Charlotte nonprofits with technology solutions

See more of what TIG is doing in our communities.

4 Students Kickoff the School Year with TIG STEM Scholarships

The Intersect Group scholarship is designed to support our candidates’, clients’ and colleagues’ dependents who are entering college to major in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). Each recipient will be granted a scholarship of $3,000. “It’s important to invest in education. We ar...

Selecting STEM Related College Majors Pays Off for 4 Deserving High School Graduates!

We are excited to announce the winners of our annual STEM scholarship. Four students from high schools in Georgia and Texas are receiving $3,000 each. Through the Intersect Group Scholarship program, our vision is to improve our community by making it easier for students to choose education as a priority in their lives. This ...