Begun in 1994, PULSE is an organization that cultivates a community of young servant leaders to transform Pittsburgh into a better city. This is done by inviting talented university graduates to partner with nonprofits for a year of service and leadership.
Their name, PULSE, is an acronym for Pittsburgh Urban Leadership Service Experience.
This large, six bedroom house on a street-lined street was built in 1912 and is currently used as one of two residential houses for PULSE fellows. It is also used as the organization's headquarters with offices and meeting space.
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On-street parking is available.