Coca-Cola Completion CelebrationNorth Side Job Fair Draws Solid Crowd

Job Fair - July 1, 2016

Come to our job fair and meet with local employers. Please bring multiple copies of your resume and Remember to DRESS FOR SUCCESS!!!
Location:Wadsworth Hall480 Oak Hill DrivePittsburgh, Pa 15213(412) 621-0438

North Side Job Fair Draws Solid Crowd

Joining forces with North Side Old Timers and Pittsburgh United, Pittsburgh Community Services Inc.’s Workforce Development Department brought 14 of the region’s top employers to the Letter Carrier’s building on California Avenue in an effort to address unemployment among the city’s poorer resi...

Group Recognizes War on Poverty Anniversary

In honor of the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964, Pittsburgh Community Services, Inc. recently held its 31st Annual Awards Celebration.
The act authorized the formation of local Community Action Agencies as part of the War on Poverty. A creation of President Lyndon B. J...

Event-6The EECO Center offers workshops and classes focused on green principles to community groups, non-profits, schools and other interested groups. Our workshops focus on hands-on projects that provide knowledge and understanding to participating groups and individuals. Please call the EECO Center today at (412) 661-0576 to set up a workshop for your group or organization.
Event-5The Department of Training and Workforce Development held a Job Fair at Oak Hill to capture local community job seekers. The job fair was held on January 16, 2015, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and open to the public. There were 27 vendors in attendance: Citizens Bank, Rainbow, Fed Ex Ground, Career Link, Job Corps, Home Instead Senior Care, Alorica, Original Stylin’ Auto, and Ibex Global. Career Link participated as another source of assistance for employment and training. There were 150 people that attended the job fair. Out of that 150, there were FIVE job placements.


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To address the causes of poverty, and to diminish its effects through the development, implementation, sponsorship and support of programs and activities designed to enable and empower low-income residents of the city of Pittsburgh to make measurable progress on the continuum from impoverishment to self-sufficiency.
To have a visible impact in reducing the number of impoverished people in the City of Pittsburgh. PCSI is widely recognized in the community as a collaborative partner who routinely influences public policy decisions and is an advocate for and expert on the issues that affect the lives and wellbeing of impoverished people.

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