Great org. Really like the activities it organizes for the Jewish community in Pittsburgh. As a leader of an Israeli organization operating in Pittsburgh (Israel On Campus) - I appreciate the help we received from J'Burgh on different initiatives we had. Ziv
Although I have moved out of the Pittsburgh area, I have many friends who are still living there and very active in J'Burgh. Each of them speak very highly of the program and it appears to really add to their experience in the city. I am glad that it is there to support this age group and wish there was a similar program in the area I now live in.
An outstanding innovative program that is reaching a historically neglected population. The programming is varied so that there is something there for everyone. Well done.
J'Burgh does a great job reaching out to the Jewish graduate and young professionals in the Pittsburgh area. They provide great community oreinted events for people new to the area and those who are here for a predetermined amount of time for study and fellowships. The organization is very inclusive and welcoming and open to new ideas that make all feel wanted and comfortable. There are many opportunities provided by J'Burgh to participate in cultural events and lecture series in the Pittsburgh area. Also there are a number of events for professional and social networking that provide particapants with a way to create important bonds and connections in Pittsburgh.
This is a great way to meet people in the area, especially if you are new. Lots of great activities and events.
As a grad student in Pittsburgh 2007-2009, I saw J'Burgh grow. In my experience, J'Burgh does a good job of trying to meet the challenge needs of the post-college, pre-kids, Jewish demographic.
It is a nice way to meet other Jewish young professionals and graduate students. This organization meets a need for young professionals to have opportunities to pray, hang out, eat, and volunteer with peers. I enjoy the events with kosher food.
J'Burgh has made many students in the law school feel more comfortable as Jews in our community. Just last week, through the help of J-Burgh, we hosted an event with local attorneys who shared their experience about law school and about living as Jewish lawyers in Pittsburgh. Students also use J'Burgh as an outlet to get away from law school life. It's great!
This is a wonderful program and I am very proud to be a part of such a great team of young proud professional jews!
As a new Israeli in Pittsburgh, J'burgh was my first connection to the Jewish community and to the social life in Pittsburgh. The people were great, and the director, David Katz, helped my Israeli friend and me make it through the initial difficulties of being new in the Burgh. Thanks David, Aaron and all the donors who helped J'burgh keep its important duty as a social anchor for the 20+ Jewish around Pittsburgh. I will always remember you! Lotem Alon