Increasing Pittsburgh’s Employment Inclusion and Diversity
Through the Corporate Equity & Inclusion Roundtable, the Black Political Empowerment Project is working with local government, corporate, and business leaders to help the Pittsburgh region achieve the highest levels of diversity in employment and contractual opportunities.
One of the best ways reach this goal is through identifying local employment opportunities (at all levels) and sharing this information with the community ;and to highlight those businesses, corporations, and government institutions who are working to make the difference.
Organization Job Postings
Below is a listing of various organizations who have current job openings/ Internship opportunities on their websites.
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Individual Job Postings
Do you know of any jobs, trainings, or Internships that are hiring and want to share their information with the community ?
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Vibrant Pittsburgh was established as an economic development organization whose mission is to embrace inclusion, to ensure the Pittsburgh region’s growth by attracting, retaining and elevating a diversity of talent, and to promote the region nationally and internationally as a diverse, welcoming region of opportunities.
To Learn more about careers in the region, sign up to receive our Jobs Bulletin and visit the Jobs page of the Vibrant Pittsburgh website by clicking their logo above !
ImaginePittsburgh.com is a unique virtual concierge service designed to attract and retain diverse local, national, and international mid-career talent. It will showcase the Pittsburgh region as an exceptional place to advance a career and build a life, simultaneously serving both employers and job seekers. Want to learn more ? Click on their Logo above !
The History Center, Fort Pitt Museum, and Meadowcroft Rockshelter and Historic Village offer a variety of full-time and part-time employment opportunities, as well as seasonal internships. The History Center also has numerous volunteer opportunities.
For a listing of job and internship opportunities at the History Center, click on their logo above!
At the Energy Innovation Center (formerly Connelley Trade School) we are trying to further educate (and recruit) urban residents about careers in the union building trades. The program is called “Intro to the Trades,”; this six-week program will be offered three times a year. For more information on this program, Click Here!
For information on other jobs and training opportunities highlighted by the Energy Innovation Center, click on their logo to be redirected to their website.