Pittsburgh Fellows welcomes our new class of 2014!
Passion for Pittsburgh

Workplace Excellence

Christ-like Living

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Alumni Panel

We are thrilled to have a new Alumni Panel that formed in the Spring and has already begun hosting events, fundraising and organizing service projects! The officers are Chris Seidler as president, Nella Matthews as Board Representative, Sarah Bray as secretary and Billy Rogerson as treasurer.  Joining their ranks are 15 committed alumni who are leading initiates that support our pillars of having a Passion for Pittsburgh, Workplace Excellence and Christ-Like Living. 

Pittsburgh Fellows

Steel City Leaders

We kicked off our fall with eighteen new fellows beginning their work-placements across the region.  They've already rolled up their sleeves to participate in the Radiothon for the Children's Hospital Foundation.  

Getting to know them...

Eighteen Fellows: Joanna Abraham, Justin Brothers, Kathleen Dallaba, Andrew Edwards, Kylie Elliott, Caleb Fuller, Olivia Forish, Brittany Goodwillie, Lon Hambrice, Gary Horvath, Kristen Kailer, Adam Kephart, Clara Limback, Ben Makin, Kyle O'Keeffe, Scott Schinderle, John Sikma, Ethan Tuxill, and Michelle Shimrock.
Six Schools:  Grove City College, Westminster College, University of Notre Dame, Geneva College, Furman University, and The Kings College

Sixteen Work-Placements: Henne Jewelers, Alpern-Rosenthal, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, PGT Trucking, Lunova Group, Net Health, UPMC, Metalwerks PMD, Prominent USA, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh Foundation, Teletracking, Urban Impact, Loyaltree, Clover Mountain Foods, Trib Total Media and Forever

Duquesne Club Breakfast Series

Greg Peaslee of UPMC shared on "Everyday Leadership" to a packed house of employers, mentors, fellows and alumni.  David Crosby (class of 2010) gave his perspective as a young leader in the workplace.  It was a wonderful morning that closed with table discussions between fellows and the business leaders who employ, sponsor and mentor them. 


We've toured the Heinz History Center and Carrie Furnaces as we launched our Urban Leadership course taught by Becca Chapman.  In addition to readings about the history of the Pittsburgh region, we will be visiting various historical sites and each fellow will be presenting a digital documentation of 18 key places in Pittsburgh.  The fellows are also studying Apologetics with Rich Herbster during our Friday classes at the Trinity School for Ministry.
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Our Vision is:

The Pittsburgh Fellows Program is a post-graduate, leadership development program that recruits and trains highly qualified college graduates to be values-driven, ethical business leaders in the city and region of Pittsburgh. Our goal is to positively impact the city through current and future business leaders who use their resources for the well-being of the whole community. We focus on bringing the best and the brightest college graduates, whose desire is to integrate their Christian faith with their calling to business, back to Pittsburgh.  We are passionate about this city and we are shaping great leaders for its future.

Impact in the Region:

Pittsburgh Fellows alumni volunteer over 500 hours combined in the Pittsburgh Region per month!  

Talent in the Region:
71% of Fellows stay in the Pittsburgh region upon graduating for the Pittsburgh Fellows. We now have 54 alumni working and living in Pittsburgh.

We now have 56 companies in the region who have employed a Pittsburgh Fellow or alumni.