Looking Ahead to Summer Jobs for Teens

Mon., Mar. 30
Schools are closed and the Governor has ordered us to stay at home. So much feels unpredictable and unknowable. But one thing that I do know and want to share with you, is that Partner4Work is committed to providing job opportunities for young people ages 14-21 this summer and applications are now being accepted for Learn & Earn 2020. So even though you might not…
A teen holds a heart-shaped cucumber slice.

Summer Meals Are Making a Comeback at the Library!

Thu., Apr. 11
This summer, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh will continue its participation in the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) in order to ensure even more Pittsburgh youth have access to free food during summer vacation. Read on to learn more about summer meals at the Library.
Learn & Earn Logo

Don’t ‘Think Spring,’ Think Summer and Summer Jobs!

Thu., Mar. 7
Learn & Earn is a six-week summer employment program for teens and young adults ages 14-21 in the Pittsburgh region. Participants can earn money, gain valuable work experience and develop soft skills to help them become college and career ready. Want to know more before you or your teen start the application? You can find all the details here.

Coming Soon : Summer Food Program at the Library

Mon., Jun. 4
This summer, Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh will continue its participation in the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) in order to ensure even more Pittsburgh youth have access to free food during summer vacation. Stop by the Library on weekdays for hands-on activities, crafts, games and meals with friends!
Reading Warriors in action

Celebrate Reading with the Reading Warriors!

Sun., Apr. 9
Every day Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (CLP) staff work to empower teens to be builders of their own future by connecting them to mentors, resources and opportunities that reflect their interests. This school year, CLP is thrilled to be collaborating with Neighborhood Learning Alliance (NLA) and its Reading Warriors program in which high school students act as reading mentors for elementary school children.