The Nonprofits In The March – June Spring 2018 Full Circle Cohort

Assemble is one of the first maker spaces in Pittsburgh that blends tech and STEAM programming for youth from underrepresented backgrounds with community and economic development. They are coming to Full Circle to figure out how to take their successful organization to the next level of impact.

AllStarCode offers black and latino young men mentorship and intensive coding/computer science programming to help them build successful career paths in technology. ASC, first founded in NYC, is relatively new to Pittsburgh and growing fast. They came to Full Circle to help determine the best way to expand their program and become a model for future cities.

Northern Area Multi-Service Center’s Refugee Resettlement Office is the largest refugee resettlement agency in the Pittsburgh region. NAMS Refugee Resettlement program came to Full Circle looking to determine how they can inject innovation into their work and better tell the story of their impact.

Pennsylvania Youth Initiative is a new nonprofit that has created unique curriculum and multifaceted programming to help young people with disabilities train to enter the workforce, particularly the emerging innovation economy in the region. PYI came to Full Circle in the midst of rapid growth and is looking to understand how they can responsibly scale their programming to impact more young people in the region and beyond.

Veterans Breakfast Club creates communities of understanding and support for veterans as well as civilians. VBC came to SVP because they are on a rapid growth track and are looking to determine a strong business model for their future as well as the marketing and branding they need in order to better communicate the breadth of their activities and impact.