Work History

Work History
Sep 2009 - Present


Program Therapist


Aug 2008 - Dec 2009


University of Pittsburgh


Kenneth Evanoski has been a member of the National Association of Social Workers since March 2010. He studied at the University of Pittsburgh and earned both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Social Work. Evanoski began his professional career interning at the North Hills Community Outreach in Bellevue, Pennsylvania. In completing his graduate degree, he subsequently interned at the Irene Stacy Community Mental Health Center in Butler, Pennsylvania. Evanoski still calls the state of Pennsylvania home, and works to help its citizens.

Kenneth Evanoski is well-rounded and -equipped for the tasks he encounters as a social worker. While at the Irene Stacy Community Mental Health Center, he assisted Butler citizens with mental health conditions, nurturing their social skills through work in small groups. Along with these efforts, Evanoski draws upon not only his excellent interpersonal skills, but also his training as a nutritionist. During his earlier work and internships, he Evanoski helped both individuals and families with their dietary and budgetary options. At North Hills Community Outreach, he also assisted clients on welfare or recently unemployed with their job searches, not only helping to broaden their options, but holding seminars and instructing them in creating resumes that will earn them responses. Evanoski also conducted mock interviews to prepare clients for the real thing.

Drawing upon this varied experience, Kenneth Evanoski volunteers at CONTACT Pittsburgh, Inc., working to prevent suicides in his community.


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