Government services in Pittsburgh, PA - Page 1

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  • 09/23/21
    The U.S. Department of State’s Trafficking in Persons Report from 2012 states that "[P]ersons with disabilities remain one of the groups most at risk of being trafficked.” Join us on Sept. 28th for t...
    > Achieva
  • 09/23/21
    Achieva is hiring to support people with disabilities. Start a career and change live! Apply today! https://www.achieva.info/achieva-career-opportunities
    > Achieva
  • 09/23/21
    How do we define #democracy? Who benefits from it, and who has been historically forgotten? Moderated by Nadine Farid Johnson of PEN America, our panel discussion "The Future of Democracy" will explo...
    > World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh
  • 09/23/21
    Curiously enough, the only thing that went through the mind of the bowl of petunias as it fell was Oh no, not again. Many people have speculated that if we knew exactly why the bowl of petunias had th...
    > Kaitlyn Teressa Tattoo Artist
  • 09/23/21
    #Education doesn't start or stop at the classroom door. In This #TEDx talk, Michelle King of Remake Learning speaks on how to create dynamic learning experiences throughout life. Hear more from Mich...
    > World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh
  • 09/23/21
    Compass Newsletter: Disability advocates are sounding the alarm over the funding and staffing crisis. - https://mailchi.mp/achieva/compass9-23-21
    > Achieva
  • 09/22/21
    Happy first day of Autumn, #Pittsburgh! Rain may be on the way today, but who else can't wait for these colors to return to our neighborhoods? What's your favorite place to see fall leaves in our com...
    > City of Pittsburgh
  • 09/22/21
    Designed by and created for youth, the World Affairs Institute will feature in-depth sessions and interactive workshops with experts and activists. This year, the topic for the World Affairs Institute...
    > World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh
  • 09/22/21
    On #WhyCareWednesday, we explore what are the most pressing global issues of today and why it's important to care about them. Issues like #ClimateChange, #Refugees, and #WomensRights are complex, ong...
    > World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh
  • 09/22/21
    The Dress for Success Pittsburgh team is excited to provide mobile services to women at Penn Ave Clubhouse. Penn Ave Clubhouse is a nonprofit organization that provides a day program for adults, age 1...
    > Dress for Success Pittsburgh
  • 09/22/21
    #Pittsburgh's CitiParks has reached an incredible milestone - having distributed one million free meals to children and seniors. After Recreation and Senior Centers closed, Grab & Go food distributio...
    > City of Pittsburgh
  • 09/22/21
    ICYMI: The Mayor has announced that the Child Care Quality Fund has awarded $387K to child care facilities. The grant allows them to implement strategic investments to ensure that young children have...
    > City of Pittsburgh
  • 09/22/21
    False information and opinion bubbles – prevalent on social media – can lead people to #extremism and even violence. We'll be exploring more about preventing extremism and #misinformation at our pan...
    > World Affairs Council of Pittsburgh
  • 09/22/21
    There's one week left to apply for Repair the World's Fall Service Corps Program! Learn more and apply: https://www.tfaforms.com/4841213
    > East Liberty