Mennonite Urban Corps
Mennonite Urban Corps
Mennonite Urban Corps
5615 Stanton Ave
Pittsburgh, PA
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Phone: (412) 361-0124
Visit our website: http://www.pulsepittsburgh.

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The Mennonite Urban Corps program  in Pittsburgh (PULSE) introduces college graduates to the myriad opportunities for service and learning available in the city.

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Welcome to PULSE!

Who are we?

PULSE, the Pittsburgh Urban Leadership Service Experience, was founded in 1994 by the Rev. Dr. John Stahl-Wert. Since then, PULSE has brought more than 90 college graduates to the Steel City, pairing them with responsible positions at community-building organizations ranging from hospitals to local radio stations and food banks. About a third of PULSE alumni are still living in Pittsburgh, making important contributions to their adopted city.

Our Mission

PULSE cultivates a community of young urban citizens, leaders, and dreamers in Pittsburgh. We invite talented university graduates to celebrate the city through learning, service, and work. A faith-based cooperative living experience, we teach and model the core values of sustainability, justice, stewardship and peacemaking rooted in the Anabaptist/Mennonite tradition.

Our Core Values

We Believe In:

  • Engaging in the Possibility of the City
  • The Transformative Power of Serving
  • Celebrating the Creative Energy of Young Adults
  • Building Strong and Enduring Relationships
  • The Exploration and Development of Faith
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