The grand kick off of this event will take place Saturday, July 15th at 10:30am at 4915 Second Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15207 (the former S&R Market site).
POORLAW and Praise Temple Deliverance Church are pleased to announce that we are close to reaching our $1.7 million goal for the establishment of the Equity One Stop Shop Resource Center!
Call for Artists Portfolios, open until June 9 at midnight.
- Center of Life Summer Camp Counselors – COL are still accepting applications for counselors. You can find more information by clicking here.
- Lifeguards – $16.48-19.05 based on experience. Free training and certification. For more info contact 412.323.7928 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Aetna Customer Service Representative – see flyer for details.
- New Century Careers – next cohort begins June 5. By enrolling in New Century Careers’ MANUFACTURING 2000 (M2K) program, individuals can obtain metalworking skills and credentials while having access to job placement assistance in order to begin a prosperous manufacturing career. Participants will learn the basics of operating manual lathe and milling machines, CNC machines, Drill presses, and more! Contact Sarah Bast or 412-258-6617 for more information
Applicants must: Be at least 18 years of age; Have earned a High School Diploma or GED; Submit a completed application packet (an online application is also available) ; Demonstrate successful performance on an industry-developed aptitude test (tutoring is available)
Proposals are requested by P.O.O.R.L.A.W & Praise Temple Deliverance Church for renovations to 124 Johnston Ave., Pittsburgh. See below for bid details for HVAC, roofing, and demo/painting.
The Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh (URA) invites the Hazelwood community to join them for an update on the Woods Village multi-family rental townhome development project. The developer, Oak Moss Associates, LLC, will share the current site plan, the results of the site environmental studies, their workforce development plans, and vision for small business retail shops. Food and beverages will be provided.
The study was prepared for P.O.O.R.L.A.W., GH-CARED and the development team for the Sarah Dixon Innovation Center. Please note this study contains “forward-looking information”, including demographics, new residential projects, and trends in the market for groceries and household goods.
We have also received renderings for the building, floor plans and site plans of the Sarah Dixon Innovation Center. You can view these documents and learn more on our About page for the Grocery / 4800 Block Project »