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Your Career Starts Here.

Pittsburgh Fellows is a Christian leadership development program that empowers college graduates as they launch their career and learn to integrate their faith in the workplace.

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Now accepting applications for the Fellows Class of 2025!

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Live

Navigating the transition from college to professional life can seem overwhelming. You don't need to do it alone. 

Our Fellows live together while beginning their careers, learning to live their faith at work and forming meaningful relationships with each other.

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Work

What does it mean to integrate faith and work? How do you lay the foundation for a meaningful career?

Fellows work four days a week in competitively paid positions. We offer a unique and personalized approach to finding a placement for each Fellow in their field of interest. The Fellows placement is not seen as an internship, but, rather, the first step in each of our Fellows’ careers.

Serve

We believe that God has called us to be Christians in our homes, workplaces, friendships, and communities.

Fellows develop habits of consistent service and positively impact their community by serving regularly at St. Stephen’s Church and monthly at local nonprofit organizations. 

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Lead

Forming leaders to serve the Lord with their whole lives. 

Leadership looks different depending on your unique personality and spiritual gifts. Through spiritual and leadership development classes, mentorship and networking, Fellows have the opportunity to develop their leadership skills.

We think our program is great, but don't just take it from us.

Here's what some of our alumni have to say about their Fellows experience.

“I wanted to live a life that mattered, and in Pittsburgh Fellows I received the direction and support necessary to develop a foundation to seek God first in all things.”

Bryson Edmonds '16

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