Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center

For more than 20 years, the ENEC has helped low- to moderate-income residents find new employment opportunities.  The ENEC offers free assistance for anyone over 16 with:

  • Computer and Internet applications
  • Resume writing
  • Job counseling
  • Copy and fax services
  • On-site employer interviews and job fairs
  • Workforce skills job readiness training

The ENEC’s services are available for anyone over 16.  For more information, call the office at 412-362-8580 or visit the website.

“I couldn’t have done it without the staff at the ENEC. They know exactly what to do for you and what direction to send you.”

                -Pat, an ENEC client


Neighbors in Need

Neighbors in Need is a not-for-profit program based in Pittsburgh, PA and fiscally sponsored by Bloomfield-Garfield Corporation. NIN strives to provide grants to those in the community who are going through crisis or are in need of services, but are not eligible to receive help from existing nonprofits. Currently NIN fulfills its mission by giving small, one-time grants to residents in crisis and by providing SAT Prep Scholarships to high-achieving students.

For more information, contact, visit or call 412-441-1272.


Pittsburgh Connects Technology Center

The BGC operates a free community computer lab through Pittsburgh CONNECTS, a program of Neighborhood Learning Alliance funded by the U.S. Department of Education. The lab is located at 5321 Penn Avenue, in the same building with our Youth Development Center and the Eastside Neighborhood Employment Center. Computer learning center and comfortable neighborhood café in one, the lab offers Pittsburgh residents the use of laptop computers and wireless Internet service at no charge.

Call 412-441-9833 for more information.