Whether you are a new member of the University of Pittsburgh community or you are a current employee, it is important that you have the appropriate clearances and training that are required for your position. Learn about any necessary clearances you may need, available training opportunities, and other employment verification requirements as an employee at Pitt.
Important Update to PA State Law: Please review this announcement about an important change to Pennsylvania state law that affects new and current employees that require Child Protection Clearances.
A variety of computer-based interactive trainings are available to you as an employee. Some trainings must be completed within your provisional period when you begin working at the University while others serve to increase your knowledge of working at Pitt and your professional life. Get started with available training programs at Pitt.
Employment Verification - Form I-9
In addition to any child protection clearances that may be needed, all employees are required to fill out the Form I-9 after accepting an employment offer with the University. Form I-9 re-verification is required to continue employment past your original work authorization date. Learn more about completing the Form I-9 or the re-verification process.
Protecting Children from Abuse
The University of Pittsburgh is committed to protecting the safety of the entire campus community, including minors on our campuses. The University provides a secure and supportive environment for minors in accordance with applicable state and federal laws. Below, find additional resources on how we are taking steps to protect minors at Pitt:
- Child Protection Training
- Programs Involving Minors on Campus
- Employment of Minors
- Report Suspected Child Abuse
Please reference the University policy on child protection clearances for more information.