The PMAHCC stands in solidarity with the Jewish community, the Tree of Life Synagogue, and our city as a whole.
Violence, in any of its harmful forms, has no place in our community, especially when directed against innocent human beings targeted because of their race, gender, religious beliefs, or any other personal identifier. Our organization, one of Pittsburgh’s largest and most diverse community engagement non-profits, will continue to cherish diversity and inclusion in our community, and our activities will always promote principles of respect and solidarity applicable to all. Read the Full Statement
GlobalPittsburgh to honor foreign-born entrepreneurs, professionals, and immigrant champions.
The event will honor foreign-born entrepreneurs, professionals, and immigrant champions from around the globe that have made an impact on the greater Pittsburgh community.
Forty entrepreneurs and professionals from twenty-seven countries around the world have been nominated for awards in seven categories.
THANK YOU to Wells Fargo for supporting the Casa San Jose youth program Puentes Hacía el Futuro (Bridges to the Future)! Puentes is our out-of-school program for Latino youth ages 8-17, offering homework help, cultural activities, field trips, and much more! Last Saturday they went to Jennings Environmental Education Center near Slippery Rock, where they hiked with a guide who taught them to make a campfire, cook lunch over it (including s'mores), and be safe in the woods.
The Latino Community Center's "La Tienda" is currently seeking donations of gently used winter clothes including: coats, hats, gloves, scarves for children, youth and adults.
To donate, contact Sofia Bermeo at 412-335-7446 email@example.com 212 9th Street, Floor 5th Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Latinos make up an increasing share of the U.S. electorate. A record 29 million Latinos were eligible to vote in this year’s midterm elections, accounting for 12.8% of all eligible voters, a new high. While it’s too soon to know how many voted and their turnout rate, Latinos made up an estimated 11% of all voters nationwide on Election Day, nearly matching their share of the U.S. eligible voter population (U.S. citizens ages 18 and older). Here are key takeaways about Latino voters and the 2018 elections.
Nearly 6-in-10 Hispanic American voters in the midterm elections this month say they support mandatory E-Verify, which is designed to prevent U.S. businesses from hiring illegal aliens over American citizens. Read More
There is a new, diverse cohort of individuals that are joining politics, winning elections and representing an increasingly large portion of Americans—Hispanic and non-Hispanic. Read about five new Hispanic lawmakers who you may have missed during the chaos of election season. Their varied backgrounds and politics help to demonstrate the diversity of the U.S. Hispanic population, which is projected to number 107 million by 2065.
Hispanics in the U.S. have lower rates of death from heart disease overall than non-Hispanic whites, except in communities where Hispanics make up most of the population, a recent study finds. Get the Full Story
LATINO BUSINESS INITIATIVE Feature:
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LBI DEAL: A free Bran Profile One to One mentoring session
What is the Latino Business Initiative?
Small Business or Corporate Members offer discounts to PMAHCC & LACU members through our LBI program. This establishes a mutually beneficial relationship between PMAHCC members and LACU community members (as well as other PMAHCC members). This also lends to establishing and maintaining customer loyalty and a community in which we all help each other to move forward.
Novus Group seeks a well-qualified Administrative Assistant/Onboarding Specialist for our premier client in Downtown Pittsburgh.
Work for one of Pittsburgh’s premiere organizations (employer of choice), located in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh. With an exceptional work environment, this company has the great people and culture that create healthy and happy work place!
This is an awesome opportunity for a polished professional who is a people person and self-starter. The ideal candidate will have advanced MS Office skills (especially Excel and PowerPoint).
This is a long-term contract position that may lead to full-time employment.
Please apply ASAP.
Luciana Brussi's "Pittsburgh Samba Group" has been entertaining the Pittsburgh region since 2012 by performing at various events including, but not limited to, festivals, parades, shows, school events, weddings, private parties, and Carnival-like celebrations! We perform lively choreographies, and also enjoy dancing freestyle with Timbeleza (Pittsburgh's high energy Batucada band). We perform all forms of Brazilian dance: from traditional Samba with beautiful feathered headdresses, to folkloric style, and much more! Info Here
KeyBank is hiring a Commercial Banking Relationship Manager to serve as the account executive for commercial clients, develop new business and build strong relationships with prospects.
Amazon seeks an IT Support Engineer to provide its teams with the IT equipment and services they need and to work across a large scope of IT software, hardware and networking disciplines.
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6 - 10 pm
Charity Basketball Game
@Penn State Greater Allegheny
The Pittsburgh Metropolitan Area Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (PMAHCC) and Penn State Greater Allegheny are partnering to host a basketball charity game to raise funds to be used scholarships for college students. This event benefits the PMAHCC Foundation Educational Fund and PSUGA’s scholarship program.
Food will be provided at the event. During the game, we will hear from keynote speakers, Jackie Edmondson, Carmen Malloy and Orlando Melendez.
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Note: The November events have been removed since they have passed.