PIT2Work


Now, it’s easier than ever to pursue a career in the trades. Introducing PIT2Work—an innovative 5-week training program that immerses you into the trades and provides you with the skills you need to take your career to new heights. The program is hosted by the Pittsburgh International Airport in partnership with Partner4Work, Builders Guild of Western PA and Trade Institute of Pittsburgh, and takes place on the construction site of our new terminal, giving you the chance to be part of something historic.

This program comes at no cost to you and does not require previous training, skills or experience to enroll.

Throughout the program, you will receive:

  • Top-notch training
  • One-on-one mentoring
  • Hands-on construction experience
  • Daily stipend
  • Accessible shuttle service to/from PIT
  • Trade certifications
  • An invitation to a career fair
  • Connections to numerous local trade unions and their open jobs

Want to earn a trades certificate? Apply now!

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Creating Opportunities for Continued Success

PIT2Work is your chance to be part of something historic. Set on the site of our new terminal, program participants will get hands-on training at one of the biggest construction projects in Western Pennsylvania. Now is your opportunity to contribute to the region’s workforce. When the local community is set up for success, we all benefit.

If you are interested in participating in the workforce collaborative or have additional questions, please contact Alicia Booker, Director of Workforce Development, at [email protected] or complete the webform on this page.  

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Ensuring that the airport represents everyone who lives in the region is key to its success, which is why our new terminal is being built for Pittsburgh, by Pittsburgh. This project is adding thousands of jobs for people in local communities, and many of the materials used for the project are coming right from our region. Our video series, Built for Pittsburgh, By Pittsburgh, introduces you to the local men and women making this project possible.

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