OPENING DOORS TO EMPLOYMENT—Hill House’s First Source Center Manager Donald McKeever and Director Sharnay Hearn helping residents to find jobs. (Photo by J.L. Martello)

OPENING DOORS TO EMPLOYMENT—Hill House’s First Source Center Manager Donald McKeever and Director Sharnay Hearn helping residents to find jobs. (Photo by J.L. Martello)

The nonprofit that funds social and community development programs in the Hill District has restructured its workforce development arm.

After cutting programming that was underperforming and refocusing needs of individuals in the community, the Hill House Association says it has strengthened its positive impact for jobseekers in the Pittsburgh area.

“Once we redefined our focus, we were able to develop strategic alliances with partners and restructure for longevity,” said Cheryl Hall-Russell, executive director of Hill House Association.

Located at the Blakey Center on Wylie Avenue in the Hill District, the Hill House First Source Center aims to prepare individuals in the community to compete for placement in the workforce.

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