Passion for Pittsburgh, Workplace Excellence and Christ-like Living.

Exploring the City Photo Blog

All 18 fellows selected a location throughout the city of Pittsburgh to photograph and research for Becca's Urban Leadership class.  The result is a photo blog featuring: historic insights, personal inspirations, and tips on current attractions at each location.  To see the blog click here!

Variety Mic Night

Our Highland Park cohort hosted a Variety Mic Night featuring local artists and alumni barista Erik Ancil's signature drinks. It was a packed house comprised of current fellows, alumni, prospective fellows, co-workers, and friends from the area.  Thrilled for this kind of creative community!

Serving up Christmas Spirit

Pittsburgh Fellows volunteered with St. Stephen's youth group to serve hot coco to the community during Sewickley's Light Up Night. 

Merry Christmas!

from Pittsburgh Fellows

We are so thankful for our staff, volunteers, employers, board of directors, operating committee, current fellows, alumni, ministry leaders, church families, mentors and partners in the community.  What a wonderful year it has been!

Thank you to all who attended our Annual Christmas Party this year.  We heard from Pittsburgh Fellows alumni Marjorie Loresh, Alumni Panel president Chris Seidler, current fellows Johnny Sikma and Andrew Edwards, as well as from assistant director Amanda Yarger. 

Learning our City's Ethnic Heritage

Dr. Todd Allen of Geneva College spoke to our class on the importance of racial reconciliation.  Fellows also toured the Millvale murals by Maxo Vanco at St. Nicholas Croation Church and learned about the rich ethnic heritage of our city. 

For the love of Pittsburgh

We toured the Andy Warhol museum and discussed the life and leadership of this iconic Pittsburgh artist. Our first semester finishes this week as fellows finalize papers for Rich Herbster's class on Apologetics and complete a photo blog showcasing key places in Pittsburgh for Becca Chapman's Urban Leadership course.

Celebrating our own Women of Integrity Award Winner

Current fellows, alumni, board members, mentors, roundtable leaders and family joined us to celebrate Becca Chapman receiving the Women of Integrity Award given by Pittsburgh Professional Women.  

Green House Christmas Party #ghcp13W

We learned that our fellows love their workplaces and Pittsburgh so much that they where inspired to construct smaller sweeter versions! A rousing party hosted in collaboration with St. Stephen's young adult group completed our series of Christmas celebrations!

Women's Christmas Brunch

Pittsburgh Fellows heard from St. Stephen's Community Life Coordinator, Lauren Sharf about being compassionate to the lonely during the Christmas season.
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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.
Impacting in the Pittsburgh Region

95 Pittsburgh Fellows To-Date

54 Alumni Living in the Pittsburgh Region

23 Colleges & Universities  Represented

56 Employers Have Hired Fellows or Alumni

500+ Hours Volunteered in the Region/Month