The global engagement community has a place for you Whether you want to spend an afternoon doing service or make a career changing the world, there are many opportunities to be a part of Pittsburgh’s global engagement community. Do you have an opportunity that you’d like featured? Submit it here.
Whether you want to spend an afternoon doing service or make a career changing the world, there are many opportunities to be a part of Pittsburgh’s global engagement community.
Do you have an opportunity that you’d like featured? Submit it here.
PULSE (Pittsburgh Urban Leadership Service Experience) seeks a high-energy individual able to coordinate PULSE’s recruiting and help develop a small-sized nonprofit organization as it grows.
Hello Neighbor is hiring! They have both full-time and part-time positions available. Applications are due as early as July 24th.
The Pennsylvania Budget and Policy Center is seeking individuals who have a solid mix of strong research skills and interpersonal skills who are deeply committed to the ideals of racial and economic justice. The policy analyst / coordinator will work to do detailed analysis of city and other budgets and their impact on different communities, using traditional tools of budget analysis as well other tools, including drawing on the knowledge of EJC members, interviews, and other strategies. The analyst will also help the EJC coordinate meetings and train members and community partners on budget and policy issues of most import to the Circle.
The Resource Director will be focused on helping PICC answer the question: how do we build the organizational capacity and infrastructure of our movement so that immigrant communities can access the services they need and have powerful vehicles for creating systemic and structural change?
The Thomas Merton Center is looking for new members for its Board of Directors! Nominations can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Just Mediation of Pittsburgh has two full-time positions open. Applications for both of these positions will be accepted on a rolling basis, and the positions will remain open until filled. Please submit a cover letter, resume, and three references by email to email@example.com.
BCAP is looking for 8-10 adults/youths (18+) to engage people over 50 years old in fruitful conversation. They will work as Chat Hosts with 8-10 seniors for an hour, once every week remotely. The chat hosts will be paid at $20.00 per hour, two hours a week. One hour will be used for planning and preparation purposes. Requirements for the Chat Host: Age: 18+, Proficient in English and Nepali and should able to work with virtually (Zoom, Google Meet, and/or WhatsApp.) For details on the responsibilities please write to Hema Neupane at firstname.lastname@example.org by 5:00 PM of August 5th or call 412-668-3197 or 724-732-2534(please leave a voicemail if not answered.) This opportunity was initially posted specifically for youths of 18-26 years old and now we have extended the age requirements to 18+ and we have also increased hourly compensation.
Apply today and serve with a nonprofit. Live in a community. Grow as a leader.
Global Wordsmiths is an interpretation and translation company which serves immigrants and refugees in Pittsburgh by eliminating language access barriers. Our Social Impact Initiative, the Language Access Project, recruits and trains bilingual university students to be paired with local nonprofits who are in need of language access services.
Global Links is seeking applicants with diverse backgrounds and experience to join our Young Leader Advisory Committee(YLAC). Resumes and a cover letter are being accepted through March 31st should be sent to email@example.com
Volunteer supervisors are responsible for supervising volunteer activities. This position is for 12-24 hours per week, must include Thursday evenings and some Saturdays. May also include Tuesday-Fridays daytime shifts.
Volunteers primarily serve JFCS clients as mentors, either during weekly in-home visits or through After School Club. In-home mentors help refugee families navigate life in America during weekly visits to the family’s home, teaching life skills, practicing English and easing general acclimation to Pittsburgh.
Want to support immigrant and refugee job seekers in our community? Join All for All's Pittsburgh's Connector Program! Modeled after the award-winning Halifax Program, unemployed and underemployed immigrants, refugees, and international students are connected with established professionals, business owners, and community leaders. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested in helping support a new American expand their network.