Building a Welcoming and Inclusive Region For All From around the world, people are moving to Pittsburgh to attend college, escape conflict, start a career, find a new home, and more. Pittsburgh has a proud immigrant history, and local elected officials, nonprofits, community groups, and individuals are forging a path toward an inclusive future where […]
To find more of the people, projects and organizations working on Immigrant & Refugee Inclusion, visit our directory!
From around the world, people are moving to Pittsburgh to attend college, escape conflict, start a career, find a new home, and more. Pittsburgh has a proud immigrant history, and local elected officials, nonprofits, community groups, and individuals are forging a path toward an inclusive future where Pittsburgh residents old and new can prosper and contribute to the region’s success.
Immigrants and refugees living in Pittsburgh are storytellers, business owners, artists, community innovators, parents, educators, students, and more.
Young immigrants and refugees share their stories and discuss their experiences
Salem’s in the Strip District is working to meet the demand of Pittsburgh’s growing immigrant community
Amizade-produced series about Switchboard members and initiatives
Meet the people, projects, and organizations working to support, celebrate, advocate for, and empower immigrants and refugees in the Pittsburgh region.
Legal services, naturalization assistance, and resettlement services
Connecting people, organizations, and communities to ensure that the Pittsburgh region is welcoming and inclusive for all.
Advocating for Immigrants, Migrants, and Refugees
Browse our collections of services available to immigrants and refugees and the latest research and reports published by Pittsburgh universities and nonprofits.
Supporting immigrant and refugee youth in becoming prepared, engaged, and confident members of our communities
Defending the rights of migrant workers in Pennsylvania
We work to build bridges, not walls.
In March 2018, The Global Switchboard began hosting a series of meetings to understand challenges in the immigrant and refugee inclusion work in Pittsburgh that are going unaddressed and require cross-sector, collaborative solutions.
A framing of The Global Switchboard's model and role as convener
Meeting Notes & Agendas