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.
The Client Service Associate is a full-time, Monday-Friday, daylight position. This client-facing role is designed to deliver exceptional service. The right person can anticipate client needs, is detailed, thorough, positive and warm.
The Director of Global Risk, Health, Safety, and Security will be the primary point person for international risk assessment, health, safety, and security training, logistics, compliance, and crisis management for the university on programs, projects, and partnerships abroad.
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Hello Neighbor is seeking interns to work in areas of programming, policy. communications, and fundraising
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.