All for All Immigrants Make Up A Fraction Of Pittsburgh's Population, But The Economic Contribution Adds Up By Megan Harris • Sep 12, 2018 Megan Harris / 90.5 WESA Listen Listening... / 39:41 90.5 WESA's "The Confluence" for Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2018 Immigrants comprise 3.4 percent of the Pittsburgh region’s population but are collectively much more likely to be entrepreneurs than native-born Americans. Local Immigrant Inclusion Group Offering Training For English As A Second Language Teachers By Sarah Schneider • May 30, 2018 Virginia Alvino Young / 90.5 WESA A local immigrant inclusion initiative, All for All, is recruiting English as A Second Language teachers to participate in a year-long professional development program. Pilot Program Will Help Pittsburgh's Immigrant Population Rebuild Careers In U.S. By Kathleen J. Davis • Dec 22, 2017 90.5 WESA A pilot program to provide skill-building career services to immigrants is launching at seven Pittsburgh organizations. These include resettlement agencies, the Allegheny County Library Association and the Greater Pittsburgh Literacy Council. Pittsburgh Pilot Program Will Help Immigrants And Refugees Prepare For U.S. Workforce By Virginia Alvino Young • Jul 19, 2017 LM Otero, AP File A new initiative aims to better prepare unemployed immigrants in Allegheny County for the American workforce.