Finding a Job or Getting Trained

Partner4Work


The Jewish Family and Community Services Career Development Center

Specific help for immigrant and refugee job seekers and people who have been recently laid off or have lost unemployment benefits.


Work Ready

Work Ready supports customers who are enrolled in the TANF and ABAWD programs to prepare for and seek sustainable employment.


The Employment, Advancement, Retention Network Program (EARN)

The purpose of EARN is to address the needs of welfare and low-income individuals with serious barriers to gaining and maintaining employment by providing comprehensive case management, remediation, education with special emphasis on individuals with limited English proficiency, skills training, work activities, job placement and retention activities, as well as providing supportive services, including payment for childcare.


Some supports are only available to specific individuals. If you’re a young or older adult, a veteran, an immigrant or identify as LGBTQIA+, look for these lightbulbs throughout the site.

ADDITIONAL HELPFUL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL HELPFUL INFORMATION

Young Adults

Partner for Work In-School Programs
Career exploration for young adults in high school. Not attending school? There are opportunities for you to get training and build skills too.
Learn more.


Partner4Work Learn & Earn
Summer employment for young adults ages 14-24 to get exposure to different careers.
Questions?


Life’s Work Youth Services
Job readiness training and support. For those with an intellectual disability or autism diagnosis.


Auberle Career Pathways
For young adults ages 16-24 who need help getting a GED, deciding on a career and finding a job. Call 412-673-5856 ext. 1317.


21 and Able
For young adults with disability diagnoses to transition smoothly from high school to adult life with help finding a job, a place to live and more. Use this Planning for the Future Checklist to get started.


The Northside Employment Institute
For job-searching youth who are residents of Pittsburgh’s Northside.

Some supports are only available to specific individuals. If you’re a young or older adult, a veteran, an immigrant or identify as LGBTQIA+, look for these lightbulbs throughout the site.

ADDITIONAL HELPFUL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL HELPFUL INFORMATION

Older Adults

The Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP) is a community service and work-based job training program for older adults.
For more information, please contact:

Urban League Mature Workers Program
Urban League of Pittsburgh Employment & Training Department
412-325-3927
or
AARP Foundation’s Senior Community Service Employment Program (SCSEP)
412-271-1580

Some supports are only available to specific individuals. If you’re a young or older adult, a veteran, an immigrant or identify as LGBTQIA+, look for these lightbulbs throughout the site.

ADDITIONAL HELPFUL INFORMATION

ADDITIONAL HELPFUL INFORMATION

Immigrants & Internationals

Literacy Pittsburgh
Provides a wide range of adult education services, including English as a Second Language (ESL), basic skills (reading, writing, math), GED preparation, workplace skills, literacy, and computer skills.

Call 412-393-7650 or send an email.