Company — The 4C Integrated Inclusion Strategy

As an industry leader, UPMC recruits, develops, and retains its most important assets — our people.

Learn how UPMC is building a workforce that reflects the communities we serve below.


The UPMC Center for Engagement and Inclusion is working to create a wider applicant pool as well as educate and prepare diverse job seekers to successfully land positions at UPMC.

» Find out more about our Workforce Development initiative

Information about job opportunities and internships with UPMC is always available at UPMC Careers, as well as on Facebook and Twitter.

» Also, read UPMC’s Statement of Equal Employment Opportunity Policy.

Career Development

Here at UPMC, we’re invested in our employees’ career journeys, and that means being invested in the growth of their skills and education.

We are home to four schools of nursing and maintain a close relationship with the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine.

» Learn about the Health Care Initiative Program, which provides eligible employees with full tuition and fee assistance for developing professional skills or earning health certifications.

» Find out more about UPMC's internal training opportunities and professional development in nursing.

Employee Retention

In order to keep our diverse and highly skilled workforce, we care for the whole person, not just what they bring to the job.

Every UPMC employee is entitled to numerous benefits, including eligibility to enroll in the UPMC Health Plan.

Employees also have access to LifeSolutions, a free resource, for their diverse wellness needs and concerns.

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