AALA partners are individuals, groups, organizations or businesses participating with the mission of AALA. Partners provide in kind support to the organization and its members. Partners may participate with AALAs events either discounted or free. Partners have limited access to member profiles. If you're interested in becoming a partner, fill out attached PARTNERSHIP form.
Recognizing that grassroots organizations require consistent support over a period of time, POISE identifies projects that will have significant impact on the community and provides annual grants to support those projects. Poise is creating a Sustainable Black Community. Lend your voice HERE.
-About The Minority Network Exchange
The Minority Networking Exchange, Inc. strives to increase the amount of succuessful minority owned businesses in the Greater Pittsburgh area.
The MNE uses traditional and nontraditional methods to provide opportunities for its members. The MNE explores opportunities in the black community, corporate community and others.
The Community College of Allegheny County is about students learning from expert faculty in a learning-centered environment. Its about a full campus life that includes athletics, social organizations, honor societies, service clubs, student services, the Honors Program and more. Its about choicemore than 170 programs that lead to great careers and great four-year colleges. Its about conveniencefour campuses, six neighborhood centers and flexible schedules, including online courses. Quality college education at an affordable pricethat is what CCAC is all about.
AALA Leadership Summit
Dr. Rahmon Hart, Moderator at the 1st Annual African American Leadership Summit.
Founded in 2009, the African American Leadership Association (AALA) is dedicated to fostering and developing the growth and participation of minority leaders in the greater Pittsburgh area and beyond... Learn More.
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When we started AALA, we wanted African American leaders to have a place where they were able to network, access information, and have questions answered that will help them become more successful. Since inception, people have been placed on boards, promoted and connected to people making a difference in their profession. As we continue to gain momentum, you too can be a part of the movement. Look over the site, become involved, get connected and L.E.A.D. (Leave Egos At the Door).
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