The Pittsburgh Partnership
Programs and Services

Pittsburgh Partnership offers a variety of training and employment services designed to assist individuals find meaningful jobs and employers find qualified workers. To learn more about our services, please see the sections below.

RESET/EARN Program

The City of Pittsburgh's Pittsburgh Partnership receives funding and operates several employment and training programs designed to assist welfare clients to obtain and retain employment. Services are provided through the RESET/EARN (Employment, Advancement and Retention Network) section of the Pittsburgh Partnership. The programs are headquartered at:

Pittsburgh Partnership RESET/EARN
304 Wood Street, 3rd Floor
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Phone: (412) 552-9071
Hours: M - F from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

ATTENTION: RESET Offices have moved as of April 29, 2014. Please note our new address above.

The City of Pittsburgh's RESET/Employment, Advancement and Retention (EARN) program offers a range of employment and training services to economically disadvantaged customers receiving welfare benefits. EARN is designed to provide comprehensive education, training and work services to enable them to move rapidly from welfare to work. EARN services include: GED preparation, training opportunities, job readiness/search, paid work experience, subsidized employment, retention services and skill upgrades.

Summer Youth Employment Program (PSYEP)

The Pittsburgh Summer Youth Employment Program (PSYEP) provides a six week summer employment opportunity to disadvantaged youth, ages 14-21.  Youth work in two different tracks: internships in businesses and offices and work experiences in conservation related jobs.  Youth are paid an hourly rate for approximately 30 hours per week.  Additionally, the program provides a number of hours of Work Readiness Training. The Summer Youth Employment Program is provided by the City in order to engage community youth and neighborhood agencies in summer employment.  Activities for the employment program are provided via contractual arrangements with community based organizations and/or other youth service providers.  Proposals are selected by an independent review panel to receive program funding.    Youth selected gain valuable work experience, earn wages, and contribute to Pittsburgh's economic growth.

 

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