Employment Resources

The employment resources below provide individuals with workforce skills job readiness training, career counseling, and even job placement. These community resources listed represent a small portion of the work readiness providers throughout the city of Pittsburgh and Allegheny County.

Please note that some organizations may have eligibility requirements; please contact the programs directly to see if you qualify.

  • works with young adults ages 17 through 21 who are not in school and who have an interest in gaining paid work experience for bright futures in a wide variety of career opportunities in medical, financial, technological, and customer service fields.

  • offers job readiness preparation and job search/retention assistance to unemployed and underemployed adult residents throughout the service area at their Neighborhood Employment Center.

  • provides individuals with all the help they need to compete in today’s job market. In addition to hosting on-site employer interviews and job fairs, the ENEC offers workforce skills job readiness training, career counseling, and even job placement.

  • provides a broad array of employment-related education and workforce development programs and services for people with physical and mental disabilities and other special needs.

  • operates the Career Development Center (CDC), a full service career counseling organization with special programs targeting job seekers with additional challenges including mature workers, legal immigrants, professionals with mental health issues and at-risk youth.

  • programs and services address job training, placement and career development needs of individuals with disabilities.

  • operates a neighborhood employment center dedicated to helping jobseekers gain employment by providing access to a variety of services, including help with resumes and accessing local job listings through the Northside Leadership Conference.

  • provides a one-stop shop that connects employers and job seekers. Jobseekers can access job listings, job search assistance, skills assessment, career counseling, and a range of education and training programs.

  • provides services and referrals to the appropriate agencies while augmenting processes and resources that assist individuals and families to navigate and overcome barriers of poverty by providing exposure to subsystems and networks in the Pittsburgh area.

  • helps jobseekers by providing low or no-cost training opportunities in Pittsburgh and connections with a variety of job-search services.

  • offers job seekers free computer and internet use, resume help, computer classes, and job search assistance.

Bloomfield-Garfield Corporation 5149 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15224 412.441.9833 www.bloomfield-garfield.org Brashear Association 730 E. Warrington Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15211 412.390.3588 www.brashearassociation.org Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center 5321 Penn Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15224 412.362.8580 www.bloomfield-garfield.org
Goodwill of Southwestern PA 118 52nd Street Pittsburgh, PA 15201 412.481.9005 www.goodwillswpa.org Jewish Family & Children Services of Pittsburgh 5743 Bartlett Street Pittsburgh, PA 15217 412.422.7200 www.jfcspgh.org Life’sWork of Western PA 1323 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15219 412.471.2600 www.lifesworkwpa.org
Northside Neighborhood Employment Center 4 Allegheny Center, Suite 601 Pittsburgh, PA 15212 412.330.25513 www.pittsburghnorthside.com PA CareerLink of Allegheny County 2040 Ardmore Boulevard Pittsburgh, PA 15221 412.436.2225 www.careerlinkpittsburgh.com Three Rivers Workforce Investment Board 650 Smithfield Street #2600 Pittsburgh, PA 15222 412.552.7092 www.trwib.org
West End Works Neighborhood Employment Center 825 Lorenz Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15220 412.532.6329 WNEC@gmail.com