Join Dress for Success Pittsburgh for Breakfast featuring
Liz Moore Pessaro, Founder, Bluebird Kitchen
Taking the Entrepreneur’s Leap!
How I Traded Wall Steet for Fresh Bread
From a young age, Liz always had a passion for food. First eating it, then cooking it, since her mother had the patience of a saint, always allowing her to “assist” in the kitchen. A Pittsburgh native, Liz moved to New York City after college where she discovered the food scene and that’s where the idea of opening a resturant began to form.
After too many years of working in the corporate world in NY, Liz made the decision to return home to open a place of her own, so she and her husband, Fred, came up with an idea. The result is Bluebird Kitchen, the culmination of dreaming, planning and determination.
For more information or to register, CLICK HERE! Registration starts at 7:15 a.m. and the program at 8:00 a.m. Breakfast tickets are $30. Discounts are available if you attend the entire series – just $100 for all four events.
Thank you for supporting Dress for Success Pittsburgh throughout our journey serving over 12,500 women in transition since 2008.
The women who walk through our doors are resilient and determined to succeed. Beddalyn, a former postal worker found herself on our doorstep when her husband passed away and she was forced to return to work to make ends meet. Click here to hear Beddalyn tell her story and learn more about Dress for Success Pittsburgh services from Ashley one of our many dedicated volunteers.
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Career Center offers services and resources along every single step of the job search process. This includes resume- and cover letter-writing instruction, job search assistance, an Internet-accessible computer lab and mock interview simulations.
Professional Women’s Group (PWG) is the first and only national initiative of its kind, focused on specific workshops and networking as a job retention and career development tool for women re-entering the workforce.
Low-income women seeking employment face a dilemma. They have the drive and initiative to pursue employment, but do not have the economic means to acquire interview clothing or work uniforms. Dress for Success Pittsburgh answers that immediate need.