by working together with businesses

Corporate Partnerships

We develop vocational programming with input from area businesses that are in need of workers. We train our young people for jobs that already exist and where available workers are in short supply. We establish connections with local businesses to help us identify their true needs and then provide the necessary training and support so our candidates are qualified to fill those positions.

Whether a person is dealing with drug and/or alcohol addictions, math and reading deficiencies, lack of family and peer-related support or involvement in the juvenile justice system it is extremely hard to build a career history and find sustainable employment. One size doesn’t fit all. All of our training programs are designed with input from businesses that hire our people. With Auberle's multitude of services and partnerships with businesses in the region, our clients have a very bright future ahead of them.

See the following list for some ways you and your business can make a difference in the lives of young adults.

  • Job Shadowing and Mentoring

  • Budgeting and Financial Management

  • Mock Interviews

  • Identifying Regional Businesses who can use Tax Credits

  • Job Placement and Internships

  • Tutoring

  • Introducing Us to Businesses who are Hiring

  • College Search Help

  • College and Financial Aid Application Assistance

Corporate Giving Programs

Change the lives of children and families in your community through corporate donations, corporate sponsorships of our annual events or our corporate giving programs.

EITC Tax Credit Program

  • EITC is a Pennsylvania state program of educational tax incentives for businesses

  • EITC supports Auberle’s vocational certification programs and provides tangible job training for at-risk youth

  • Your business receives a tax credit of 90% of its contributions each year when you make a 2-year commitment to the Pauline Auberle Foundation (PAF). For example, a gift of $100,000 only costs your organization $10,000

  • Your business receives a tax credit of 75% of its contribution for a single year commitment to PAF

  • Companies like Huntington Bank and UPMC Health Network have used EITC credits to support the Pauline Auberle Foundation

Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP)

  • NAP is an easy way for corporations to invest in community development while reducing their tax burden

  • NAP funding supports Auberle’s Employment Institute which helps young people overcome obstacles to employment

  • Your business receives a tax credit of up to 55% of the amount of your contribution.

  • Companies like Duquesne Light and UPMC Health Network have used NAP credits to support Auberle’s Employment Institute.

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Auberle Main Campus

1101 Hartman Street

McKeesport, PA 15132



Site Published: 2016

2017 Aramark Building Community Organizational Leadership Award

2016 NAACP McKeesport Unit Annual Community Organization Award