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  • pghGLO recruitment kicks off

    By Web Administrator on September 29, 2014
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       Last week, Luqmon Salaam (first photo), Dante Mitchell (second photo), and others visited Pittsburgh Milliones 6-12 (University Prep) to talk about pghGLO, our afterschool program for high-school students. pghGLO is a culturally responsive and African-centered model that is wholistic, youth-driven, growth-oriented, and designed to build leaders to engage the community through service learning. It aims to address the spiritual, psychological, physical, […]
  • Bullying prevention training

    By Web Administrator on September 25, 2014
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    One in six students reports being bullied during the school day. What can we do to prevent this from carrying over into our afterschool programs? Join us as we discuss the difference between bullying and common childhood interactions and what to do when bullying occurs. What: Free training, “Creating a Bullying Prevention Program That Works” When: October 10, 9 to […]
  • Why volunteer with NLA?

    By Web Administrator on September 24, 2014
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    Our volunteers and staff members talk about the Everybody Graduates! campaign, ways to get involved, and how volunteering makes a difference. Thanks to Chris Mason (videographer and editor), Rachel Zadnik (director), and Cayla Elliott and Temperance Surgest (photographers) for creating the video. To become a volunteer, complete our online form.
  • Welcome to Cale Davis

    By Web Administrator on September 22, 2014
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    Neighborhood Learning Alliance recently welcomed Cale Davis, our KEYS Service Corps AmeriCorps Member for the 2014-2015 school year. A longtime Pittsburgh resident, he is interested in working with teachers and faculty at Pittsburgh Public Schools and exploring the possibilities of community partnerships in the education system. Cale is excited to contribute to NLA’s work, and he believes that truly caring […]
  • Back-to-school ice cream social

    By Web Administrator on September 8, 2014
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    Kick off the school year by joining Neighborhood Learning Alliance for an ice cream social tomorrow, 6 to 8 p.m. at the McKinley Park Shelter House, 900 Delmont Ave. in Pittsburgh. Learn what it takes to graduate high school, pick up information from our partners, and enjoy free ice cream, networking, and games. Download flyer.
  • Calling all volunteers

    By Web Administrator on August 28, 2014
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    Neighborhood Learning Alliance (NLA) is recruiting caring, enthusiastic volunteers for the 2014-2015 school year. At NLA, there’s a role for everyone who wants to get involved, from college students to retirees. Whether you serve as an afterschool tutor, give feedback on college application essays, or drive a student to the SAT, you can make a significant difference in a young person’s life. Read more about opportunities to volunteer with […]
  • Reading Warriors in the news

    By Web Administrator on August 5, 2014
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    Last week’s Public Display of Reading was covered by Diana Nelson Jones in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: “Cars honked as children bounced signs in the air at the corner of Whitfield Street and Penn Avenue one recent morning in East Liberty. The signs read ‘Got books?’ and ‘Honk if you read.’ Many of these children weren’t readers until they met a […]
  • Learn about school-year employment

    By Web Administrator on August 1, 2014
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    Neighborhood Learning Alliance is hosting an information session at for high school students and 2014 graduates interested in becoming Warriors in our afterschool programs. Learn more about school-year employment opportunities and sign up for interviews from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. next Friday, Aug. 8 at Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – East Liberty. Bring your transcript or report card. RSVP on […]
  • NLA is hiring pghGLO coordinators

    By Web Administrator on July 24, 2014
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    Time Commitment: 25-30 hours/week Compensation: $15/hour Neighborhood Learning Alliance Mission
  • Community partners needed

    By Web Administrator on March 26, 2014
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    Everybody Graduates! is a city-wide campaign to raise the high school graduation rate of Pittsburgh Public School (PPS) students. Partners who join the campaign are committed to ending the high school dropout crisis that affects one in three of our students. These partners are part of a community driven campaign that engages hundreds of PPS students daily. Successful partnerships will […]