Intervala’s 2017 Food Drive is one for the record books! Donations were delivered to the amazing folks at Walnut Grove Assembly of God Church which serves families in and around the West Mifflin, Pa., community. Our employees came together to collect over 400 pounds of food and supplies that were delivered just in time for the Thanksgiving food bank sponsored by the church. A huge thank you to our employees for their amazing generosity!
Intervala was mentioned in a news release issued today by the Regional Industrial Development Corporation of Southwestern Pennsylvania (RIDC), the company's landlord. RIDC has made several recent improvements to the East Pittsburgh facility in support of Intevala's high-tech manufacturing operation. Read the full press release by clicking here.
Chili, charity and cheer! Intervala recently hosted a fall luncheon for all employees. Everyone brought their Intervala spirit and their appetites! We kicked things off with an amazing chili lunch catered by Pittsburgh-based Jaden’s Catering, followed by our pumpkin decorating and carving contest. Congratulations to employees Mercedes Matesic, who took first place, and runner up Heather Saccamago. Our Halloween-themed basket raffle, featuring two tickets to Kennywood Park Phantom Fright Nights, brought in $200, which the company matched. We are proud to present a $400 donation to A Glimmer of Hope Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit supporting breast cancer research and programs. Happy Fall to everyone! #IntervalaInspires
Looking for an internship or co-op opportunity in the technology field? Or maybe you’re a University of Pittsburgh alumnus searching for a change in your career path? Either way, make sure to update your resume and check out Intervala’s table at the Pittsburgh Technology Council’s Hire UP Event! Learn more about open positions and our organization from Intervala human resources professionals Susan Philips and Courtney Shaffer.
You can find us this Thursday, October 26, from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm ET at the University of Pittsburgh’s William Pitt Union, Assembly Room (Main Floor), 3959 Fifth Avenue, Pittsburgh, PA 15213.
We hope to see you there!
Last week Intervala concluded its school supply drive to benefit victims of Hurricane Harvey. Our employees came together to collect over 1,000 new supplies, including hundreds of crayons, notebooks, rulers, erasers and pencils, for children affected by the disaster. President and CEO Teresa Huber was on hand to help with the delivery. We partnered with Pittsburgh-based Brother’s Brother Foundation (BBF) to have these much-needed items delivered.
The category 4 hurricane dumped over 30 trillion gallons of water over Texas and Louisiana and forced more than 30,000 people, including many children, into emergency shelters. BBF has served 149 countries worldwide with over 105,000 tons of medicines, medical equipment, textbooks, educational supplies, and emergency disaster aid since its founding in 1958. A huge thank you to our employees for their amazing generosity and to BBF for all they do!