We, the Work Hard PGH Cooperative, are excited to announce the acquisition of the commercial property at 120 Millbridge Street. The 10,000 sq. ft. brick warehouse is situated on almost a full City block of property in the Allentown neighborhood of Pittsburgh. It will be the future home of key activities and programs that support [...]
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First, apologies to the communication committee for not giving a heads up regarding this post or the opportunity to edit. For me, it was important to have an impulsive start to the new year with a different kind of task. I’m letting Asana sleep in today. So I’ve elected to forgo emails this morning [...]
Today we're launching a series of posts to reintroduce ourselves to the region in the run up to Hilltopolis. We're leveraging one of our strongest supporters, Neighborhood Allies and their widely-read blog to help make that happen. Read more about the organization, goals, and people of the Work Hard Pittsburgh ecosystem.
From Pittsburgh’s hilltop, a co-op incubator keeps startup culture down to earth, and a local economy starts to rebound
The cooperative is shaping the hilltop neighborhood of Allentown. Read more here in a Sunday feature by the Pittsburgh Post Gazette.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Work Hard Pittsburgh presents Hilltopolis, a donation-based music festival highlighting social innovation at Grandview Park Friday, September 22nd. Contacts: Josh Lucas • email@example.com Jacob Finch • firstname.lastname@example.org Chicago hip-hop duo The Cool Kids headline free community music festival at scenic Grandview Park featuring local Pittsburgh hip-hop artists, with proceeds benefiting The [...]
Meet the Coop Members - Kelauni Cook - Black Tech Nation Meet Kelauni Cook, an #AcademyPGH1 participant turned entrepreneur. While changing career paths and moving from the Midwest, Kelauni is now a software engineer and tech influencer here in Pittsburgh. How did you you interested in coding and the technology industry? In my prior [...]
Happy belated New Year. We are resolved to post here more frequently, so keep an eye out. For many of us, the end of 2016 was a drag. We watched our friends and peers struggle with a paradigm shift in our culture that is foreboding and sad (non-ironic use of the word). Work has seemed [...]
This past Tuesday, Academy Pittsburgh opened up its doors to showcase its newly rehabilitated space, raise awareness for all that Academy Pittsburgh seeks to accomplish, and to celebrate Inclusive Innovation Week! In order to provide more details about what exactly Academy Pittsburgh is, we had a lunch interview with John Lange. So who is John [...]
Everything moves faster in Dhaka, Bangladesh. If you stand still to take it all in, you’ll likely be run over by person, rickshaw, or luxury automobile. That energy goes beyond the daily bustle of one of the world’s most densely populated cities. It permeates the people and the culture. It's ingrained in their business relationships [...]
On Thursday (12/10/15) representatives from Team Tusick and Work Hard PGH kicked off Services to the Street with Leon Rose of Leon’s Caribbean Restaurant, as part of Pittsburgh Tall’s Services to the Street program. This meeting took place to identify the services necessary to help Leon’s expand their business capacity while simultaneously scaling their revenue. [...]