Pennsylvanians

Cafe Momentum in Downtown Pittsburgh to Help Teens Involved in Juvenile Justice

Cafe Momentum, an award-winning Dallas restaurant, hires teenagers who have been in juvenile detention facilities as paid interns to handle the business of its restaurant. This culinary training center is…

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Pittsburgh Magazine Profiles ASCI Founder’s Transformative Kinship Care Contributions

Article originally published in Pittsburgh Magazine. In 1993, Dr. Sharon McDaniel saw an opportunity. The need was dire, but McDaniel felt that her career had built up to that moment…

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PFSA Offering Virtual Mandated Reporter Training

PFSA is continuing to offer virtual Mandated Reporter Training at no cost to mandated reporters in Pennsylvania. This three-hour virtual training is approved by the Departments of Human Services, Education,…

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Alliance for Police Accountability Seeking Submissions for Youth Art Contest

The Alliance for Police Accountability is still seeking submissions for their Youth Art Contest! Youth are encouraged to create art pieces that reflect their passion for social justice issues in…

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Legislation Will Help Foster and Homeless Youth Graduate High School

The Fostering Graduation Success for Vulnerable Students Legislation was created to help foster and homeless youth graduate high school. This sponsored bill is aimed to “remove roadblocks for impacted children…

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Food Assistance Available for Pennsylvanians

According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), 12 percent of the U.S. population has limited access to nutritious food. Hunger can impact health and well-being, work performance and the rate at which children…

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PittCyber Offering Cyber Camp for High-School Students

PittCyber is now offering virtual AFA CyberCamp for high school students. Registration is now open. This camp will be completely virtual and is at no cost. What to know before registering:…

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AID in PA: Resource Collection for Autism & Intellectual Disabilities

A new resource collection website, AID in PA, has recently launched. The site was created in partnership with the Department of Human Services Office of Developmental Programs, PA HCQUs, ASERT, and Temple University….

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Women-Owned Businesses in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia You Can Support

March is Women’s History Month and we’d like to celebrate these amazing women-owned businesses in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia! It is vital to support female entrepreneurs. Here are a few places you…

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Register for the PA Youth Advisory Board 2021 Virtual College Fair Today!

Register for the PA Youth Advisory Board’s (YAB) Virtual College Fair March 15-18. See below for details and click here to register today! The deadline to register is March 8….

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