I was going through some research I had done a few years ago and came across something that referenced ROJW Healthcare Support and a note to myself to take a look at ROJW when I had the time. So I did a search for ROJW (an acronym for Religious Order of Jehovah's Witnesses).
The search turned up some interesting bits of information.
According to Dun & Bradstreet, ROJW was founded in 2011:
Since 2011, Rojw has been providing Nonclassifiable Establishments from Wallkill.
For a list of persons who have worked for ROJW:
Some of the people listed above have worked for ROJW since 1999 (the year that the Religious Order of Jehovah's Witnesses was established)
Several of the positions that are listed are professional and it appears, according to this website, that these are paid positions:
The average Base Salary for rojw is $89K per year, ranging from $74.5K to $104K.
It appears as though there are several paid positions within the ROJW. This is not unusual for a non-profit. It is entirely acceptable to pay people who work for non-profits. Not everyone who works for the WTS is a volunteer.
But, if you are a volunteer for ROJW, there are resources available for training through linkedin:
Note the courses available:
Social Media for Non-Profits
Public Speaking Fundamentals
How to Rock Social Media
Grant Writing for Education
ROJW also has a clinical lab registered:
I found a fellow that works for ROJW Health Care Support who is a Referral Champion:
Referral Champions are members who have referred 10 or more colleagues to QuantiaMD. The more colleagues you refer, the more you earn.
If you love QuantiaMD and tell a fellow clinician, you can become a Referral Champion too, and earn Q-Points for doing so
Edward Thomas, RN-BC, OCN
Coordinator, Health Care Support, ROJW
Another ROJW enterprise is this one:
ROJW Interior Designers & Decorators
I am not sure what the deal is with the above business, but Brother Hector sports a nice little blue lapel pin and a big smile.