If you follow IheartPGH on Facebook and Twitter you may have noticed that I’ve been linking to the Millennial Trains Project.
The Millennial Trains Project is a cross country train trip this August that will start in San Francisco and end in Washington, DC. The train will stop in 10 cities over 10 days. The Millennial Trains project was founded by Patrick Dowd (not the Pittsburgh city councilman Patrick Down) who helped to organize a similar project, Jagriti Yatra, when he was a Fulbright scholar in India.
The inaugural journey of the Millennial Trains project will be stopping in Pittsburgh!… Read the rest
Are you from the Pittsburgh area, and love it? Are you interested in writing/blogging, social media, photography and other multimedia tools and using them in a way to connect people in the Pittsburgh area and share what’s happening in the city? Come contribute to IheartPGH and make this summer the opportunity you want it to be by providing fresh ideas to IheartPGH and BlogLocal.
Here is some more detail about what we are looking for from Writers, Designers and Developers:
Writers: We’re looking for contributors to join the team that are enthusiastic about Pittsburgh and everything the community has to… Read the rest
We are pleased to announce that we have recruited a new editor to take over IheartPGH – this will be an exciting new chapter for both IheartPGH and our new editor who will begin blogging this summer and take over IheartPGH full time in 2014.
Please welcome Luke Ravenstahl as the newest contributor to IheartPGH. Luke brings a wealth of knowledge about Pittsburgh and local government to the position. We are looking forward to reading his posts about exciting developments in Pittsburgh, the inner workings of local government and hopefully, a few restaurant reviews, too. You can follow @LukeLovesPGH on… Read the rest
A belated happy new year! I know – I am a little late with the new years resolution post. Better late than never. Back in November – I started making a list of all sorts of things that IheartPGH could be covering. I have used the first few weeks of the year to refine this list and to plan out a few things for the coming year. I started writing this post the first week of January – but it seems even more important to share this list now that the excitement of the holidays is starting to wear off.… Read the rest
We’re looking for some new interns to join the team to help us with writing and social media for both IheartPGH and BlogLocal. We have had some great interns in the past who have moved on to new jobs and we would like to expand the blogging team.
We are looking for interns who:
like to write
are interested in learning more about blogging and social media and how to use those tools in a business setting
like geeky things
are passionate about local communities
are looking for an unpaid internship (school credit is available)
are a currently a college… Read the rest