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February 8, 2019

New Program Development Manager in Pittsburgh

Faith Collins is positioned in The Challenge Program, Inc.’s newly opened office in downtown Pittsburgh. Collins, along with the Director of Business Development, is responsible for expanding The Challenge Program into the more than 60 high schools in Allegheny County. Collins’ brings experience in program management and development at nonprofit organizations. This coupled with experience in Pittsburgh education, made her a great candidate to implement The Challenge Program’s mission to build business and education relationships...
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New Director of Program Development

Sara Deyarmin Jones was promoted to Director of Program Development. She is now responsible for the successful building and expansion of The Challenge Program, Inc. in targeted territories. Jones has successfully added new schools, businesses and counties since she joined The Challenge Program, Inc. in 2015. Among the businesses she cultivated, two have become Major Corporate Partners. In her expanded role as Director, Jones will continue to direct and mentor the development team, as well...
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TCP Welcomes Dawn Hobson

Dawn Hobson started with The Challenge Program, Inc. in July 2018.  She is responsible for building and expanding our central and northereastern Pennsylvania regions. Hobson’s territories include Armstrong, Bedford, Blair, Cambria, Indiana, Lackawanna, Somerset and Susquehanna, PA counties. Part of Dawn’s career path was spent raising funds for education throughout central and southwestern Pennsylvania, bringing valuable fundraising experience to The Challenge Program, Inc. She recently spent the past few years as a substitute teacher in...
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New Pittsburgh Location

The Challenge Program, Inc. (TCP) opened its first satellite office at 429 Fourth Avenue in downtown Pittsburgh. The short-range strategic plan is to partner with all of Allegheny County’s 60-plus secondary schools and attract more local companies to partner with them to educate students about the opportunities the region offers. “We’ve been serving Allegheny County for over 10 years and we felt it was important for us to open an office in Pittsburgh and have...
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