When does the work get done?

To set up for the question “When does the work get done?” I need to set two scenes. SCENE 1 About a month ago, I sat working in my guest room with Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson’s senate testimony playing in the background. At the same time, news of Russian attacks on Ukraine cut in and…

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Tis the Season for Fun and Family in Pittsburgh!

This holiday season is a bit different from the prior. While the 2020 season had been tempered by the pandemic, this season we are celebrating (with caution) a little more. So we here at PYP want to let you know some fun things to do in the ‘Burgh this season that’ll get you into the…

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Halloween in Pittsburgh: Best Haunts in 2021

Looking to get out and about this Halloween? Whether you’re new to Pittsburgh or just missed out last year, here are some haunting and hip things happening in Pittsburgh. An Evening in Haunted PittsburghThursday, October 7, 2021Interested in the dark side of the Pittsburgh? Book a haunted tour at the Bethel Park Public Library where…

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5 Hidden Gems Outside of Pittsburgh: Winery Edition

Looking for something other than fine dining? Perhaps a little wining? Well, fall is almost here and the wineries are all the rage. Throw on your coziest sweaters and head to these wineries before they close for the season! Wooden Door Winery – Allegheny Township/Vandergrift With two locations, you can double the fun! Both Wooden…

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5 More Hidden Gems Outside of Pittsburgh

Pittsburgh Young Professionals is here to get you the latest and greatest spots to hang out and relax. This week we are covering 5 more hidden gems just outside of Pittsburgh, but focusing on breweries. So get out, get a brew, and get to relaxing! Full Pint – Warrendale You may recognize this name, as…

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Explore Pittsburgh in 2021

Pittsburgh is easing out of quarantine and opening up to new events and festivals. Now that vaccinations are more easily available and restrictions are easing, there is a lineup of fun things happening “dahntahn”. To get into the summer fun spirit, we are listing off 5 below: Dollar Bank Three Rivers Arts FestivalJune 4-13, 2021…

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PYP Interview: 2020 PYP Scholarship Winner Katie Winter

Pittsburgh Young Professional’s (PYP) Public Relations Committee recently sat down with Katie Winter, the 2020 PYP scholarship winner to discuss how our scholarship has helped her accomplish her goals and shaped her future. Katie Winters has a dual undergraduate degree from Carlow University in accounting and art, with a concentration in art history. She then…

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How to Smoothly Transition Back to the Office

The past 12 months have brought a whirlwind of changes. 2020 was a year of new rules, new situations, and new normals. Likewise, 2021 is a year of slow, but steady transitioning back to our lives pre-March 2020 and the “new normal”. Some of us are transitioning back to work in the office, whether we…

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4 Tips for Paying Down Student Debt

If you’re very invested in achieving a higher education, but may not have the financial backing to support that in the given moment, student loans can be very beneficial. For those of us that have student debt, we know that although it can help us achieve our goals, in the end, you still have to…

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