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Shell Says Yes to Greater Pittsburgh Region Inflection Point: Supply, Demand and the Future of Work in the Pittsburgh Region The Power of Pittsburgh – Public and Private Partners Moving the Region Forward. Join the Allegheny Conference. Join in the yearlong Pittsburgh Bicentennial Celebration!
Shell Says Yes to Greater Pittsburgh Region Inflection Point: Supply, Demand and the Future of Work in the Pittsburgh Region The Power of Pittsburgh – Public and Private Partners Moving the Region Forward. Join the Allegheny Conference. Join in the yearlong Pittsburgh Bicentennial Celebration!
Inflection Point: Supply, Demand and the Future of Work in the Pittsburgh Region Regional Transportation Alliance
The Allegheny Conference on Community Development works to stimulate economic growth and improve the quality of life in the Pittsburgh region. The Allegheny Conference relies upon the Regional Investors Council – leaders of more than 300 companies and organizations – to provide time, talent and resources to advance our Agenda.

The Allegheny Conference on Community Development works to stimulate economic growth and improve the quality of life in the Pittsburgh region. The Allegheny Conference relies upon the Regional Investors Council – leaders of more than 300 companies and organizations – to provide time, talent and resources to advance our Agenda.

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A Note From Dennis Yablonsky A Note From Dennis Yablonsky

As the Labor Day weekend brings to a close the traditional summer vacation season, many of us will be outdoors, enjoying the beautiful rivers throughout our region. Yet, as Allegheny Conference board member Nick DeIuliis noted last Sunday in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, appearances can be deceiving. We learned again over the weekend that our archaic wastewater infrastructure is, as Nick put it, “vastly insufficient” in its...
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How do we keep college grads in Pittsburgh?

Throughout the summer, the Allegheny Conference on Community Development’s workforce team fanned out across the 10-county region, talking to more than 2,500 employers, educators, elected officials and economic development professionals to discuss solutions to the coming skilled workforce gap. Read more.

How do we keep college grads in Pittsburgh?
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