Jobs Bulletin

Check out our monthly Jobs Bulletin to find out what’s going on in Pittsburgh with job fairs and internships, job postings and relevant economic development news.

Submit Your Resume

Submit your resume here to provide Vibrant Pittsburgh Employer Members the ability to review your resume and follow up with job opportunities.

Diversity & Inclusion Best Practices

We believe that a diverse workforce is essential to the ongoing economic vitality of the Greater Pittsburgh region. We must attract, retain, elevate and educate people of all backgrounds and create an environment that is inclusive and welcoming. In this section of our website are links to diversity and inclusion best practices to ensure our region’s long term economic growth.  

Global Diversity and Inclusion Benchmarks

The 2016 Global Diversity and Inclusion Benchmarks: Standards for Organizations Around the World (GDIB) by Julie O’Mara, Alan Richter, Ph.D., and 95 Expert Panelists is a tool for helping organizations determine strategy and measure  progress in managing diversity and fostering inclusion.

The Pittsburgh Regional Diversity Survey

The Pittsburgh Regional Diversity Survey asked more than 3,500 southwestern Pennsylvania residents for their views on diversity in the workplace, region and their neighborhood.

About the Pittsburgh Region

You’re going to love it here. The scenic rivers. The hip nightlife. The bustling neighborhoods. The worldclass arts. The winning sports teams. And the innovative thinking from top universities and leading-edge companies. You can have it all – right at your future doorstep.

Pittsburgh Schools

Do you have a family with school-aged kids? Read more about the many educational options available in the region, rankings and even English as a Second Language programs available.

Pittsburgh Neighborhoods

Pittsburgh’s many neighborhoods each have their own unique way of making them a special place to call home.

Pittsburgh Amenities

These downloadable documents will show you some of the great benefits of living in the Pittsburgh region.

Regional Links

The Pittsburgh region has a storied history as one of America’s great industrial centers. Once the “Steel City,” today Pittsburgh has remade itself into a thriving hub of high tech and fast-growing industry. Home to world leaders in energy, finance, health care and IT, Pittsburgh is full of opportunities for people willing to seek them out. Check our list of links  to various organizations that will help you explore all Pittsburgh has to offer!

Quick Facts

Quick facts and stats about the Pittsburgh Region.

Pittsburgh Associations

Professional, social, and cultural associations are wonderful ways for people to meet, collaborate, and excel. They are also a great resource for recruiters and hiring managers when looking to attract diverse applicants to open positions. In Pittsburgh, we have many of these associations with hundreds of members that recruiters could reach out to with appropriate positions that might interest them. Below is just an example of the wonderful groups that Pittsburghers can join and recruiters can keep in mind while head-hunting new talent.

LGBTQ History in Pittsburgh

 June is LGBTQ Pride month; a time where we honor, celebrate, and advocate for our LGBTQ communities. We also take the time to remember the history of the LGBTQ community and its fight for civil rights over the decades. Below are some resources to help us remember and celebrate the LGBTQ community's history here in Pittsburgh.

Pittsburgh's Asian and Pacific Islander Population

Both Pittsburgh's Asian and Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander communities have grown greatly in the past couple of years. In fact, the Asian community is one of the fastest growing in the region. May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, when we celebrate the culture, traditions, and histories of those populations here in America. This edition of Vibrant Facts presents the data behind the Pittsburgh, PA Metro Area's Asian and Pacific Islander populations.

Older Americans Month, Pittsburgh

Older Americans offer support and major contributions to their families, communities, and society. In the Pittsburgh Metro Area, we have a healthy population of citizens over 60 years of age. Many in this group have served their country in the armed forces and are still active in the labor force. It is important that we show our appreciation for their work and offer them the support they need to live comfortable and prosperous lives, even after 60. Click through for data on Pittsburgh's older population. 

2017 April Holidays

The spring has always been seen as an important time of year. Observing the end of winter and the beginning of the regrowth and rebirth of the earth has inspired many religious holidays and observances over time. This year we see many of these international holidays fall on April. Click through to read more about these celebrations and observances!

Notable Women of Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh has served as the home to many extraordinary women who broke barriers, set records, won prestigious awards and recognition, and advanced our society in immeasurable ways.

Pittsburgh Black History

Pittsburgh’s black and African American communities have played integral roles in American culture and advancement.

The Year of the Rooster

The Lunar New Year, which is also called the Chinese New Year or the Spring Festival, has ancient roots in China.

Human Rights Day

Human Rights Day was instituted by the United Nations in 1950 to observe the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, which occurred on December, 10 1948 in Paris.

Veterans in the Pittsburgh Metro Area

For Veteran’s Day, review important demographic statistics about the veterans in our area. Knowing this data can help local organizations offer the effective support veterans need.

International Autumn Holidays

This time of years sees the celebration of several popular international holidays, including Diwali, Samhain (Halloween), and Dia de los Muertos.

Pittsburgh Welcoming Week

Welcoming Week was created to help celebrate the spirit of inclusion and diversity throughout the country surrounding immigration and foreign born citizens.

Hispanic Heritage Month

During National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 to October 15) we recognize the contributions made and the important presence of Hispanic and Latino Americans to the United States and celebrate their heritage and culture. 

LGBT Pride Month

June is LGBT Pride Month. How has U.S. opinion on same-sex marriage changed in the past 12 years? 

World Refugee Day

June 20th is World Refugee Day. Find out what it is and how you can get involved.

Black History Month 2016

Black History Month is a month set aside each year to learn, honor, and celebrate achievements of black men and women throughout history.

Diverse Community Groups Tool

Diverse Community Groups are major assets in the region that provide critical support networks to their members and newcomers who connect with them. That is why we want to increase the visibility of diverse communities and their organizations and facilitate connections between groups and diverse new residents in the region. 

Jewish Family & Children's Service of Pittsburgh

Jewish Family & Children's Service is an acknowledged leader in helping immigrants and refugees resettle and successfully build new lives in our community. If you were born outside the United States and if you are interested in becoming a U.S. citizen, or if you are an immigrant with limited financial means and need help with immigration-related legal issues, their immigration attorneys and Board of Immigration Appeals Accredited Representatives can help you. Learn more about what JFCS can offer on their website:

Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh

The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh offers a vast selection of resources for immigrants, refugees, ESL speakers, and internationally born members of the Pittsburgh community. This ranges from books on gaining citizenship or navigating tricky legal issues, to offering classes on English and learning your rights as immigrants. And with nearly 20 branches throughout the city, there are many options for getting the help you need and services to make your life easier. Follow the link to learn more about the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh:

Hello Neighbor

Hello Neighbor is a new kind of mentorship program that partners current and established individuals and families living in Pittsburgh with new immigrants and their families to help them become better acclimated to the community. It is an opportunity for Pittsburghers to come together and truly be welcoming. Learn more about the program and how you can participate here:

The Immigrant Community Blueprint

The Immigrant Community Blueprint is a set of strategic priorities and plans developed through broad community participation and designed to help immigrants thrive in Allegheny County, to be implemented over the next three to five years. Click here to learn more about Blueprint and access important resources for newcomers to Pittsburgh.

Welcoming Pittsburgh

Welcoming Pittsburgh is an immigrant and Latino integration strategy launched by Mayor William Peduto in 2014. The following year, Mayor Peduto released a comprehensive citywide plan that established nearly 40 community-led recommendations to advance welcoming efforts. The Mayor’s Office is leading implementation of the plan through cross-sectoral partnerships. Welcoming Pittsburgh is rooted in a commitment to ensure a more livable city for all residents. To learn more about the amazing projects being done by Welcoming Pittsburgh, visit their website:

Collegiate YMCA

Located on the University of Pittsburgh's campus, the Collegiate YMCA works to connect international students to critical resources they need to be successful both on and off campus while completing their degree. They also work to help international students find employment and work towards becoming a United States citizen. Visit their website for contact information:

Whitehall Public Library

The Whitehall Library in Whitehall Borough, nestled between Brentwood and Castle Shannon, is in a unique position to build impactful programs that increase the quality of life for many immigrants in the Pittsburgh metro area. The community is home to New Americans who have immigrated to Pittsburgh from around the world, including such countries as Bosnia, Nepal, Bhutan, and various countries in Africa. The neighborhood continues to grow and evolve as new populations find their homes in Whitehall. Since beginning its targeted outreach in 2001, the library has worked to adapt to the changing immigrant populations and their cultures, traditions, aspirations and needs. Please visit the Whitehall Library's website to learn more about the services and programs they offer to newcomers: