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.
PICC is hiring a full-time Youth Organizer to be based in Central PA or Southeast PA. They are looking to fill this position with someone who has experience in youth organizing, leadership building and experience and commitment to working with multicultural and immigrant communities.
Volunteer supervisors are responsible for supervising volunteer activities in accordance with Global Links protocols and standards while pro-actively engaging them with relevant information about Global Links and our programs.
The person in this position will be responsible for conducting intakes and investigating client issues, undertaking research, drafting documents, compiling immigration applications, and/or acting as an advocate as permitted by law.
The new Employment Staff Attorney will be responsible for providing legal assistance, community education and advocacy on behalf of eligible clients of the program, with a focus on handling cases involving wage theft.
The program coordinator’s role is to take lead on the program by overseeing all program activities, supporting volunteer mentors and students during the program, and to ensure the safety of all youth enrolled in the program.
The Global Switchboard seeks interns on a rolling basis for the fall, spring, and summer semesters
Apply today and serve with a nonprofit. Live in a community. Grow as a leader.
Hello Neighbor is seeking interns to work in areas of programming, policy. communications, and fundraising
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.
Tutor students who are new to learning Spanish
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 email@example.com if you're interested in helping support a new American expand their network.