The Northside North Shore Chamber serves the business community in and around the Northside and has been doing so since 1897. We currently have 280 member businesses, and we serve them by promoting, connecting and supporting.
Here are some of our recent activities and updates.
Renewed Members: The following 19 companies or organizations renewed their membership in the past month: Apraxia Kids, Brother’s Brother, Cayuga Centers, Choice Restorative Medicine, Citizens Bank, City of Asylum, East Street Beer, Eve Elsen at Morgan & Morgan, Huckestein Mechanical Services, New Day Family Law, Northside Leadership Conference, Open Door Inc., Piatt Companies, Pittsburgh Transportation Group, Taps & Tacos, The Life Safety Pro, Tucker Arensberg, University of Pittsburgh Small Business Development Center and Urban Impact.
New Members: We were pleased to welcome the following 9 companies or organizations as new members in the past month: D&GG Advertising, Gabriel Fera, GIR Training, Pittsburgh Pirate Ship, Provident Charter School, Riverlife, Sound Body Initiative, Voodoo Brewery and Wallflower Event Design.
How do you find out about events in the Northside? We recently added a community calendar to our website. On that calendar, you can see events throughout the Northside, including arts and culture events, family events, programs to benefit the community, and more.
Visit northsidechamberofcommerce. com/events/community-calendar today.
In the job market?
NorthSideWorks! is the chamber’s workforce development initiative. One of its goals is to connect good people to good jobs by sharing information about opportunities. For residents, there are several resources to note, all available at northsidechamberofcommerce.com/ community/northsideworks/.
l Resident Resource Guide — This guide provides information about job search, service organizations, barrier assistance programs, and training resources.
l NorthSideWorks! Digital Resource Hub — From established partnerships and ongoing research, the NorthSideWorks! team compiles information about jobs, workforce events, and training programs. This information is available in a continuously-updated online resource.
l Personal Outreach — A list of links and information oftentimes isn’t enough and you want to have a conversation. The NorthSideWorks! team is available to discuss resources, needs and opportunities. Contact Ellie Wentz, Program Coordinator, at [email protected] com.
We also send out a weekly email that notes events and programs that we think might be of interest. Sign up at eepurl. com/c88dqD to receive the newsletter.
The Northside North Shore Chamber prides itself on being approachable and genuine as we promote, connect, and support our members. Learn more today at our website northsidechamberofcommerce. com, contacting us at (412) 2316500 or [email protected] com, or stopping into our office on Middle Street in Deutschtown.