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.
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.