The PYP Blog
Building wealth with real estate is complicated, but not impossible. Here are four tips from a Pittsburgh pro on starting.
PYP’s marketing advisor has always kept a side hustle running in the background. Here are the lessons he learned along the way.
Pittsburgh Young Professionals, the oldest young professionals networking group in the United States, named its executive board and board of directors for 2023, the nonprofit announced today. The following people will serve on the executive committee: At-large board members are: Nick Cucci, social events advisor; Kelly Frey, professional development advisor; Alexander Lehman, community outreach advisor;…
At 6.5% average APR, borrowing rates for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage have descended since their November peak, but not nearly enough to give aspiring Pittsburgh homeowners confidence they’re not getting a good rate.
PYP members at the Professional membership level are eligible for a 15% discount on the Duquesne University’s graduate business program.
Thomas Weeden’s story offers a sharp reminder that few of us have the luxury of knowing where our careers will take us. For Thomas, his determination and curiosity led him to where he is today, a recruitment and outreach manager for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Pittsburgh. But it didn’t start that way. When…
The board has allowed me to develop my professional skills including project management, relationship building, managerial duties, and creating initiatives.
I joined the board to enhance my leadership skills and resume.
I joined the board of PYP to hone in on my leadership skills and build my network. I have found the experience to be tremendously rewarding.
The last part of a three-part professional journey series featuring Claire Baer, PYP’s professional development advisor.