Social Work Internship

The Library is seeking a Social Work Intern to work at the McCormick Riverfront Library at 101 Walnut Street, Harrisburg PA.

The Library serves as an informal day shelter for unhoused individuals in the city 6 days a week. As many as 25 homeless individuals use the library as a refuge on a daily basis, as a comfortable place to rest, get out of the elements, and make use of the computers to conduct their business.

The Social Work Intern will assist the Library in developing resources to assist our unhoused patrons to identify unmet needs and help individuals to access services.

Essential Functions will include:
1.    Developing relationships with service providers to foster better and quicker connections to the unhoused individuals who use the library. This may include arranging for health care providers and other service providers to come to the library on a regular or one-time basis

2.    Working with individuals to apply for SNAP, Medicaid, Veterans Benefits, and other public benefits.

3.    Creating flyers that provide up-to-date information about resources for emergency housing, permanent housing, health care and food.

4.    Helping individuals to identify and apply for potential housing and employment.

5.    Assisting victims of domestic violence to access services.

6.    Connecting patrons to legal services.

7.    Participating in planning activities of the Capital Area Coalition on Homelessness.

8.    Lives by the Core Values.

9.    Performs other related duties as assigned.

Supervision:  Students will be supervised by a Field Supervisor, which is an individual with an MSW degree from a CSWE-accredited social work program, with at least two years of post-graduate practice experience. Students will also have a Task Supervisor which is the Library Manager.  This person would sign the student’s hours log if the Field Supervisor were not on site and if needed, sign off on the learning contract and student evaluation, prepared by the Field Supervisor.

Education/Training: High School Diploma or General Equivalency Development (GED). Bachelor’s degree or coursework in social work is preferred.

Experience: Excellent communication skills. Working knowledge of social work practice and theories.  Able to collaborate with others in a team environment. Strong problem-solving and decision-making capabilities. Demonstrated ability to work independently. Compassionate and non-judgmental attitude. Computer literacy and experience with MS Office Suite. Some knowledge of relevant laws, regulations, and policies.

Required: Requires independent transportation for travel to libraries and outreach locations. Ability to lift 35 lbs. unassisted.

Application Process: Please submit resume to  You will be required to complete an Application/Letter of Agreement and an Internship Opportunity Form.


STEAM Summer Camp Instructor

Pitt’s Community Engagement Center in the Hill District is seeking students to support our STEAM Summer Camp Programming *July 24th-28th 9:00a.m.-4:00p.m.

Camp Instructors will assist in leading programming that teaches middle school youth concepts in video game design, podcasting, creative writing, artificial intelligence, and more. Training will be provided to interested volunteers to equip them with tools to deliver this curriculum for the program. Student volunteers may also receive a stipend to support the time commitment to the program.

If interested please contact Outreach Coordinator, Marlo Hall, at

*dates may be subject to change and clearances are required to work with minors.

DS4SJ/CAASI Computer Science Summer Intern

Full time Software developer to support CAASI’s Data Science for Social Justice project. Develops code for CAASI web platform. Work closely with tech program manager and UX designer to implement and test web platforms. Coordinate development with other programmers and develop documentation.

This position will be from 5/1/23-6/30/23.

Prefer experience  with web development and related technologies, specifically: Python, Django, JavaScript, React, CSS, and Docker. Interest in being a full stack developer.

Key Account Manager – Engineering Sales

RG Group is a growing family-owned business that has been providing trusted expertise in the fluid handling and motion control industry for over 65 years. As a family-owned business, we encourage a culture where associates feel cared for and valued. To foster a team-oriented, engaged, and productive work environment, RG Group makes every effort to provide ongoing learning and career advancement opportunities, competitive pay and benefits, and flexible work schedules.


What we offer:

Competitive Salary and Bonus
Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance
Generous Paid Vacation
Educational Assistance Reimbursement
Ongoing paid training and certification opportunities
401k & Matching
Company Sponsored Social Events
Employee Assistance Program
Learn more about RG Group and watch interviews with RG Group associates at


Position Summary:

The individual in this role is responsible for sales growth of Motion Control and Fluid Handling Products, including industrial connectors, hydraulics, and pneumatics in an assigned territory.  The Key Account Manager is responsible for managing sales and relationships at existing accounts as well as developing new business within the same accounts.  Additionally, the Key Account Manager must be capable of identifying new accounts within the territory and implementing sales plans to capitalize on opportunities that exist within these accounts.


Essential Functions:

Establishes, develops, and maintains business relationships with current customers and prospective customers to generate new business for the organization’s products/services
Makes telephone calls, web meetings and in-person visits and presentations to existing and prospective customers
Prospecting as part of the regular routine ensuring that new prospects are consistently being contacted and added to sales database
Conducts prompt follow-up of inquiries and leads
Appropriate and effective communication including, but not limited to weekly reports, customer call reports via CRM, expense reports, sales forecast, and market intelligence reports
Stays abreast of current marketplace dynamics including competitive issues, products, and new business opportunities
Knowledge, skills, and abilities:

Professional verbal and written communication skills
Ability to effectively establish and maintain relationships at a high level with major customers
Effective listening skills
Strong mechanical aptitude with the ability to work with engineers to solve their problems
Value added sales approach
Excellent interpersonal, organizational and follow up skills
Previous knowledge and possession of good selling techniques and practices
Must have demonstrated abilities to manage multiple tasks with the ability to
foster sales growth
Strong time management and goal setting skills
Proficient with Microsoft Office – Word, Excel, and Outlook

Bachelor or Associate degree (Business, Engineering, Marketing or related) and 1-3 years successful sales experience preferably within motion control or fluid power preferred, however, will consider other related experience.

IT Resident

Join the Pitt ULS in a two year paid IT Residency designed to give you a practical career-building opportunity.  This is an opportunity for recent graduates, including F-1 visa holders looking for Optional Practical Training.  You’ll gain directed, hands-on experience building out ULS information systems within a mutually chosen set of specialization tracks, including:

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Business Intelligence
  • Deployment Orchestration
  • Discovery and Accessibility
  • Open Source Development
  • Smart Building User Experience
  • Systems Analysis

The Residency will feature hands-on work in real-life problem solving. You’ll enhance the practical technical and professional skills which will prepare you for future pursuits within your Information Technology career.  You’ll find the freedom to explore, receive the direction to succeed, and will accumulate a portfolio of published, peer-reviewed work with application here at Pitt and beyond.

Come work where important conversations happen, curiosity and experimentation are encouraged, collaboration is key, and diversity and inclusion are fundamental.

UX designer

We are looking for a talented UX designer to join our team. In this role, you will be responsible for designing user-centered experiences and interfaces for our digital products, ensuring that they are easy to use and visually appealing.


Work closely with product managers, developers, and other stakeholders to define and design user-centered experiences and interfaces for our digital products.
Develop and maintain user personas, user flows, wireframes, prototypes, and other design artifacts.
Conduct user research, usability testing, and other feedback mechanisms to validate designs and identify areas for improvement.
Create high-fidelity visual designs, design systems, and design guidelines that are scalable, flexible, and consistent across our products.
Collaborate with developers to ensure that designs are implemented correctly, and work to identify and resolve any design-related issues that arise during development.

An UX designer, with a portfolio of digital products that demonstrate a deep understanding of user-centered design principles and practices.
Proficiency in design and prototyping tools such as Sketch, Figma, Adobe XD, and InVision.
Strong understanding of web and mobile development technologies, including HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.
Ability to work collaboratively in a cross-functional team environment, and to communicate design ideas and solutions effectively.
Bachelor’s degree in a related field, such as Graphic Design, Human-Computer Interaction, or Information Science.
We are an equal opportunity employer and welcome applicants from all backgrounds. We offer competitive compensation and benefits, and the opportunity to work on exciting digital products that have a meaningful impact on people’s lives.

If you are a passionate UX designer who is excited about the prospect of working on cutting-edge digital products, we would love to hear from you. Please send your resume, portfolio, and a cover letter explaining why you would be a great fit for this role to

Software Engineer

We are looking for a skilled full-stack software engineer intern or mobile app developer intern with expertise in React Native to join our dynamic fintech startup, Lagniappe Microsystems. As a member of our team, you’ll have the exciting opportunity to work on our flagship product, Richie, which is designed to automate debt management and provide users with a clear visualization of all their financial information on one dashboard.

Our startup is backed by the prestigious Swartz Center for Entrepreneurship at Carnegie Mellon University and the University of Pittsburgh, and our co-founders are graduates of these renowned institutions. By joining our team, you’ll have the chance to work alongside experienced entrepreneurs and industry experts, as we work to revolutionize the financial industry.

As a full-stack software engineer or mobile app developer, you’ll be responsible for creating well-structured front-end architecture and APIs, writing reusable and scalable JavaScript code, and working with a range of technologies, including React Native, JavaScript, Android, iOS, TypeScript, Nodejs, SQL, and MongoDB. You should be able to demonstrate experience in these areas, and be able to work independently, as well as collaboratively with our team.

This role is open to students with OPT, although it is an unpaid intern position. We are committed to providing talented individuals with opportunities to gain real-world experience in fintech and software engineering, and we are confident that this role will be a valuable learning experience for anyone looking to take their skills to the next level.

In summary, if you’re a highly skilled full-stack software engineer or mobile app developer with expertise in React Native, and you’re looking for an exciting opportunity to work on cutting-edge technology, we believe that Lagniappe Microsystems is the perfect place for you to grow and learn. Join our team and help us revolutionize the financial industry with our flagship product, Richie!

Please send your resume and a cover letter explaining why you would be a great fit for this role to

Business & Research Support Services Librarian

The Business & Research Support Services Librarian manages Lippincott Library’s research support services, a high touch operation which provides a critical link between the library and the faculty and scholars of the Wharton School. This service moves beyond standard document delivery, assisting faculty and researchers in transforming information into research-ready formats and providing expert advice on content and research management. This position works collaboratively with the other Lippincott librarians to design and deliver research and instructional services, as well as partnering with colleagues across the Penn Libraries system to develop services that support academic engagement across campus. This position conducts research consultations; offers course-integrated instruction and workshops; supports the discovery, use, and management of text and data; raises awareness of resources and services; and creates and maintains research guides and other research support tools including Lippincott’s flagship Business FAQ.


Job Description

Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to:

Provide leadership in planning, implementing, and promoting resource delivery, content and data management and other research support services to meet the needs of Wharton students, faculty and staff.

Collaborate with departments across the Penn Libraries to develop innovative research support services Evaluate and recommend new technologies and services to improve processes and workflows and actively assist in implementation.
Develop and grow liaison relationships with several of the Wharton School’s academic departments and research centers or constituent groups to support teaching, learning and research activities.
Work collaboratively with a team of librarians to deliver business information support services across all phases of research, teaching and learning using a range of technologies.
Create and maintain guides to information resources and other digital learning objects and maintain and improve knowledge base of frequently asked questions.
Establish, design and teach specialized classes and workshops.
Represent Lippincott Library in library-wide and Wharton School working groups and committees, as well as appropriate professional organizations.
Participates in general Penn Libraries research consultation and chat reference service and in other Penn Libraries-wide initiatives such as the Critical Writing Program.
Perform additional duties as assigned.


Master’s degree or equivalent graduate education in library or information science/management.
Excellent interpersonal, organizational and communication skills.
Demonstrated ability to work independently and to manage projects.
Ability to manage multiple priorities and meet deadlines.
Ability to establish effective relationships with diverse constituencies and to promote teamwork, diversity, equity and inclusion.
Strong analytical and problem-solving skills.
2-3 years experience in a business-focused library or information service.

Coursework, advanced training or degree in business, statistics, economics or a related subject.
Experience conducting library presentations or teaching in an academic environment.
Supervisory experience.
Knowledge of citation management or research organization tools.
Familiarity with data analysis (text, numeric, etc.).
Experience with a statistical or general-purpose programming language (R, Python, etc.).
Application Requirement:
A Cover Letter and Resume/CV are required to be considered for this position. Please upload your Cover Letter where it asks you to upload your Resume/CV; multiple documents are allowed.


Budgeted Pay Range:
$60,000 — $69,000 commensurate with education and experience.




Job Location – City, State

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


Department / School

University Library

Affirmative Action Statement
Penn adheres to a policy that prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, creed, national or ethnic origin, citizenship status, age, disability, veteran status, or any other legally protected class.

Special Requirements
Background check required after a conditional job offer is made. Consideration of the background check will be tailored to the requirements of the job.

University Benefits

To learn more, please visit:

About Us

The University of Pennsylvania’s special character is reflected in the diversity of the Penn community. We seek talented faculty and staff who will constitute a vibrant community that draws on the strength that comes with a substantive institutional commitment to diversity along dimensions of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, disability, veteran status, interests, perspectives, and socioeconomic status. Grounded in equal opportunity, nondiscrimination, and affirmative action, Penn’s robust commitment to diversity is fundamental to the University’s mission of advancing knowledge, educating leaders for all sectors of society, and public service. The University of Pennsylvania prohibits unlawful discrimination based on race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, creed, national or ethnic origin, citizenship status, age, disability, veteran status, or any other legally protected class.

Library Circulation Clerk

Mt. Lebanon Public Library is located in the South Hills of Pittsburgh, and is a member of the Allegheny County Library Association. We are looking for friendly, helpful individuals who enjoy working with the public and as part of a team; and will help us carry out our mission to provide for all patrons an inclusive, welcoming environment of intellectual enrichment, creativity and enjoyment, and a forum to exchange ideas by providing top-tier programs, materials, services, and community support.

Starting wage is $13.10/ hour, minimum 20 hours per week, with step increases at 12, 24, and 36 months as well as annual cost of living adjustments and PTO. Some evening and weekend hours required. This is an in-person customer service position – no work from home or virtual option is available.

We are accepting applications through Monday, January 23. For the full job posting and application link, please visit:


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Research Development Student Worker- Administrative/Office Support II

Research Development Student Worker- Administrative/Office Support II
Office of Sponsored Programs – Pennsylvania-Pittsburgh – (22009081)
Academic research and scholarship employment opportunity for a student with an interest in informational technology, data management, and communications strategies.

While being mentored by current staff members, the student employee will have the opportunity to gain practical experience in database management; data management and refinement; and data stewardship.

The student will have the opportunity to identify specific goals and objectives for their work in collaboration with the Assistant Director for Research Development.

Essential job functions:

-update existing records with detailed opportunity information

-compare records to identify and remove duplicate entries

-edit records to reconcile conflicting data

-compare records across databases to identify matching items

-assist in developing content and communications for constituencies

-employ descriptive metadata to review and assess impact of strategic communications efforts.

-Experience with data visualization tools and basic coding

-Data entry- attention to detail

-Social media analytics- string analytical skills

-Awareness of current data management technologies.