The Center for Health Equity from the University of Pittsburgh created a list of the main resources available for Latinos in Pittsburgh. Click on any of the categories to access them:
Community Clinics / Clínicas Comunitarias
Clinics and Services for Children / Clínicas y servicios para Niños
Dental Clinics / Clínicas Dentales
Prevention / Prevención
Consumer Help / Ayuda al Consumidor
Women's Health / Salud de la Mujer
Counseling and Emotional Help / Consejería y Ayuda Emocional
Support Groups / Grupos de Apoyo
Faith Communities / Comunidades de Fe
English as a Second Language / Clases de inglés
Recreation / Recreación
Job Hunting Assistance
Career Development Center: Whether you are just starting your career, have been recently laid off and need assistance with a job search, are considering pursuing a new direction or simply want to make sure you’re prepared for a job search should you suddenly need to embark on one, we can help. At the Career Development Center, we work with you to build career skills for career success. Offering expert guidance and proven strategies, our seasoned career counselors will provide personal attention every step of the way to help you achieve your career goals.
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Career Development Center
5743 Bartlett StreetPittsburgh, PA 15217
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NonProfitTalent: Nonprofit organizations need passionate and talented individuals to help achieve their missions.
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Diversity Pennsylvania: A network of local diversity employment Web sites committed to connecting employers with qualified, local applicants of all backgrounds. We understand that creating an inclusive, progressive work environment goes beyond just recruitment. Our goal is to be a comprehensive diversity resource for job seekers, employees and employers by:
Building alliances with local diversity organizations
Sharing information and resources that address workplace diversity and multicultural issues
Connecting progressive employers with a highly-qualified, diverse workforce
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Professional Latino / Hispanic Associations
Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (PMAHCC)
Provides regional business opportunities which allow economic growth, while simultaneously advocating, promoting, and facilitating the success of Hispanic entrepreneurs and professionals.
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)- Western Pennsylvania Professional Chapter.
PO BOX 22211, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Local Professional chapter of SHPE whose mission is to promote the development of Hispanics in Engineering, science, and other technical professions to achieve educational excellence, economic opportunity, and social equity.
Association of Latino Professionals For America | ALPFA Pittsburgh
ALPFA is the largest Latino association for business professionals and students with chapters nationwide and over 15,000 members. ALPFA is dedicated to enhancing opportunities for Latinos and building leadership and career skills. ALPFA is a non-profit entity registered with the Internal Revenue Service. Membership is open to anyone who shares our values, vision, and mission.
STUDENTS AND LATINOS UNITED against DISPARITIES (SALUD)
SALUD is a group of students that works with the Hispanic population in Pittsburgh. We send Spanish-speaking volunteers to Birmingham (the underserved clinic in the South Side) on Saturdays and provide interpreters to Spanish-speaking patients in the community. To contact us, email the website firstname.lastname@example.org.
Latin American Student Association (LASA) at Duquesne University
Helps students cultivate and promote an understanding of the Latin American culture and roots within the Duquesne community, establish ties with the local Latin American community in Pittsburgh, and serve as an avenue for those Duquesne students who wish to practice the Spanish language and create opportunities for international research and programs focused in Latin America are part of LASA’s main goals.