About the Region

Employees at the NCJFCJ work in one of our beautiful locations – Reno, Nevada or Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Reno & Lake Tahoe
The Reno/Tahoe area boasts all the excitement of big city living, yet still maintains the natural charm and beauty of a quaint community. The Truckee River flows from Lake Tahoe through the heart of the city, surrounded by high-peaked Sierra Nevada mountains. In addition to the area’s beautiful natural spaces, it offers an unparalleled mix of art, culture, and history. Combine that with 24-hour gaming, entertainment, and world-class ski and golf resorts, and it’s no wonder more than 300,000 residents call Reno/Tahoe home (whyilovereno.

The main NCJFCJ office is located downtown in Reno, Nevada. The office is in close proximity to a variety of dining options as well as access to outdoor spaces for a quick lunch-hour stroll. 

Visit the Reno-Sparks Convention and Vistors' Authority (RSCVA) to learn more about this city’s key destinations and entertainment options.

For information on living in the region, visit the Reno-Sparks Chamber of Commerce website or the University of Nevada, Reno website.

Or, check out the new Why Reno website for all things Reno.


Pittsburgh was ranked “among the best places in the world to experience in 2012” by National Geographic Traveler, and was voted the number one “most livable city” by Forbes. Pittsburgh is a city filled with endless natural beauty, and historic landmarks.

Located in the hills of Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh is at the meeting point of three rivers offering breathtaking views of nature, side-by-side with incredible architecture. Since the steel era, Pittsburgh has revitalized into a city of art and culture. There is always something to do whether it’s visiting places like the Andy Warhol Museum, taking a walk around the historic downtown, seeing the spectacular views from the inclines and overlooks, or watching one of three professional sports franchises; the Steelers, the Pirates, and the Penguins.

NCJJ’s office sits along the Monongahela River on the south side of Pittsburgh. Lunch breaks provide time for walking river front trails, eating and shopping near the famed Carson Street, and Southside Works which is home to several shops and restaurants just a short distance away.

Click here to view pictures and explore more of what Pittsburgh has to offer.