In addition to being a recommendation for writing good fiction, the adage, “show me, don’t tell me,” could just as easily be applied to economic development, a practice that includes marketing a location, attracting business to it and enhancing its economic well being and quality of life. Being able to actually see or experience what [...]
MJ Tocci received the 2011 Greater Pittsburgh ATHENA Award for her mentorship of other women, through both her community involvement and work as a prosecutor and later a coach for fellow attorneys at Trial Run.
Now she has co-founded what is believed to be the first program in the [...]
Business and civic leaders in the Pittsburgh region understand that sustainability is about taking the long view on return on investment. Those benefits will be explored at the 12th annual Southwestern Pennsylvania Smart Growth Conference on Thursday, Dec. 13 at the convention center. Organized by Sustainable Pittsburgh, the conference [...]
Uniquely bonded and allied by their lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) identity and a love of singing, women and men from the region raise their voices in concert this Sunday evening, Dec. 9, filling Oakland’s Carnegie Music Hall with seasonal song that’s as diverse as the choir itself – joyful, campy, soulful and sassy.
When workforce demands start growing, the ShaleNET program gets going with comprehensive recruitment, training and placement and retention services for employers and employees in the natural gas industry.
ShaleNET is a U.S. Department of Labor-funded $4.9 million multi-state workforce program addressing current and future jobs in the burgeoning natural [...]
Part of the power of Pittsburgh is the way that individuals come together to find solutions across sectors, organizations and interests. That is exemplified in the robust discussions generated at the Robert M. Mill Labor-Management Lecture Series, which returns to the Community College of Allegheny County on this coming Monday, Dec. 3.
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