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UPMC is deeply committed to the western Pennsylvania region, and is proud to share our experience and resources to enhance the quality of life for local residents.

We touch the individual lives of people throughout the region - through the patients we treat, and the individuals and communities who benefit from our activities.
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CDI Printing Services Overview
Job Creation

UPMC’s Supplier Diversity Program, which began in 1989, and reengineered in 2006, is designed to provide minority, woman-owned, and disadvantaged businesses (MWDBE) equal access to obtaining commerce opportunities.  The program ensures that certified MWDBEs are provided the maximum opportunity to participate as partners and suppliers of goods and services to[…]

Goodwill PASSAGES
Job Creation

Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania provides a wide array of job training and education programs, including a program for individuals with Autism whose goal is to obtain competitive employment.  Goodwill’s PASSAGES program (Providing Autism Support Services to Achieve Gainful Employment) ensures students have the necessary social and emotional skills needed to[…]

Goodwill Overview
Job Creation

Goodwill of Southwestern Pennsylvania helps more than 53,000 individuals per year and serves as one of the largest and most diverse social and human service organizations in the region. Operating more than 30 thrift stores selling donated clothing and housewares, Goodwill also offers a broad variety of programs and services[…]

Dress for Success Success Story
Job Creation

The Dress for Success Pittsburgh Chapter not only invests in their client’s attire, but also devotes time and compassion to each client’s professional journey by providing the following: Professional Women’s Groups Soft and hard skill workshops Networking opportunities Mentoring programs Dress for Success’ programs are designed to empower women to both[…]

Oakland Planning- School 2 Career Program
Job Creation Research and Education

Oakland Planning and Development Corporation helps youth succeed in high school and beyond through their School 2 Career (S2C) program. The School 2 Career program ensures at-risk students from Pittsburgh’s urban core graduate from high school and are prepared to pursue a career and post-secondary education. S2C provides the following[…]

Manchester Bidwell Corporation Overview
Job Creation

Manchester Bidwell Corporation (MBC) has a few simple guiding principles: Environment shapes people’s lives. People are assets. Creativity fuels enterprise. For over 40 years, MBC and its affiliated non-profits have been implementing these philosophies in many ways – adult career training, youth arts education, social enterprise – but the end[…]

Brashear Association Job Center
Job Creation

The Brashear Association has provided human and community services to more than 5,000 South Pittsburgh residents annually since 1917. The association provides community outreach programs at no cost to residents of all ages. The Brashear Association is committed to the following actions: Providing support and educational enrichment for children in[…]

Dress for Success Program
Job Creation

Founded in 1979, Dress for Success has served more than 700,000 women around the world. The organization promotes the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support, and career development tools to help them thrive in work and in life. The Pittsburgh Chapter not only[…]

Supplier Diversity Program: All Purpose Cleaning
Job Creation

“They’re giving us an opportunity.  And now we’re reaching out and giving other people an opportunity.”  – Mary Coffey, All Purpose Cleaning Services   The UPMC’s Supplier Diversity Program is based on the simple belief that businesses can grow, lives can change, and communities can be strengthened. The program ensures[…]

Project SEARCH Program: NATALIE
Job Creation

“Project SEARCH made her a mature, hard-working, appreciative adult.”  – Mother of Natalie, Project SEARCH participant   Project SEARCH, a national program that helps high school students with disabilities find satisfying roles in the workplace. The program is a one year, business lead, school-to-work partnership to provide relevant job-skills and life-skills[…]