Immediate openings in wide variety of occupations- 215-686-0880
Job training in hospitality industry and more, GED, computer skills and more. 1231 Broad Street. Call
215-236-7700 or go to website for info philaoic.org
Click here for info on jobs in the Philadelphia School District. https://jobs.philasd.org/opportunities/school-based-support/
Work program that helps pay for college- 800-942-2677
City Year Philadelphia is a division of Americorps. City Year brings together young adults from diverse backgrounds for a demanding year of full-time community service, leadership development, and civic engagement. United in their desire to serve, these young leaders invest their talents and energy to solve critical problems in their communities, engage volunteers, and make a positive difference in the lives of others- 2221 Chestnut Street, 2nd Fl- 215-988-2118.
This web based resource helps potential employees with job readiness with resume advise, listings of jobs, and providing job search workshops. Several locations in Philadelphia. Go to “search for service locations” at the bottom of the home page to find closest location.
Their goal is to provide economic opportunity and a path to self-sufficiency for those otherwise locked out of the employment system, including those experiencing or who have recently experienced homelessness, individuals who have been previously incarcerated, and military veterans. https://firststepstaffing.com/ and 215-333-3349
The Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians serves immigrants and refugees in the Philadelphia area.
1) Job placement and employment assistance
2) Social service information and referral
3) Free monthly legal clinics (second Tuesday of every month, 3-5:30pm)
4) Advice and resources for small business owners.
1617 JFK Blvd., Suite 555 215-557-2626
Free assistance with training, resumes, and job placement. 1617 JFK Blvd, 13th Fl Call 215-963-2100.
Advocating for Philadelphia’s lower wage workers. For info click here www.philaup.org
The Workplace is the Free Library’s job and career information center. It provides library users with current information on changing careers, job search techniques, and emerging employment fields. Call 215-686-5436 for info
Careerbuilder.com has an online listing of jobs in the Philadelphia area. Type in Philadelphia, PA and what type of job you are looking for and SEARCH..
Complete listing of current Federal job opportunities on the web.
Online listings of thousands of jobs in the region and nationwide. Click on link below, type in the zip code where you want to work, and check out the listings.
Job clubs; assistance with mortgage and rent; health care; and unemployment claims. 112 North Broad Street, 11th Floor
. Call 215-557-0822.
Connects formerly incarcerated individuals with job opportunities. Click here for info https://ceoworks.org/locations/philadelphia or call 215-309-7220
The Uplift Workforce Solutions program is designed to provide formerly-incarcerated and like-situated individuals an opportunity to gain long-term employment through the remediation of negative thought patterns, poor decision making and bad habits. upliftsolutions.org/workforce-solutions/
PRC is a network that provides multiple opportunities to returning citizens. Click for info www.philadelphiareentrycoalition.org
Helps ex-offenders get skills and find jobs. www.impactservices.org or call 215-739-1600 for info
Mayor’s Office to get ex-offenders back on tract. 34 S. 11th Street 215-683-3370.
Please click here for document for FREE opportunities in Real Estate; Coding/AI; Health Sciences; Environment; Life Guarding; Libraries and more. Some pay you!!
PYN helps Teens connect with jobs and job training especially during summer months. 12- 24 years old. 400 Market St.
Suite 200 Call 267-502-3800 or 267-502-3742 and ask for listing of jobs/internships or go to www.workready.org
For more info on PYN click here www.pyninc.org Click here for pdf with application info
Philadelphia Works supports special programs to help young adults access career opportunities. Click for info https://philaworks.org/youth-and-young-adults/ or call 215-963-2100 .
Working on the pool deck is the hottest summer job in Philly. One of the best-paying teen jobs around, Parks & Rec lifeguards earn up to $17.24 per hour, with starting pay set at $15.25 per hour. Parks & Rec is now offering free training for anyone interested in lifeguarding at a City pool this summer. If you think lifeguarding is for you, check out the information below and book your screening test today. Click for info https://www.phila.gov/services/working-jobs/city-jobs-and-internships/become-a-lifeguard/ and check out this
Multiple jobs for teens and young adults 16 and up. Click here www.phila.gov/programs/parks-rec-summer-youth-employment-program/ and
Philadelphia Parks & Recreation hires dozens of lifeguards for the summer. Parks & Rec hires lifeguards year-round for our indoor pools. They provide training!-
Youth Outreach Adolescent Community Awareness Program, a project of the Urban Affairs Coalition, has several trade options like Carpentry, Finishing Trades Institute (FTI), Plumbing & Electrical that will help males and females gain entry into the building trade. 16-24 year olds with HS Diploma of graduating in the Spring. Call 215-851-1800 or 215-851-0110 today to enroll.
The School District of Philadelphia, many public charter schools, private schools, and dozens of summer youth programs (including summer camps, sports camps, child care programs, and more) are looking for full-day and partial-day summer staff who can teach and/or work with children. Organizations need teachers, coaches, group leaders and operations staff. Most jobs pay $15/hour or more. Click here for details www.teachphl.org/summer-employment/
The ‘Summer in the City’ High School Internship Program is a paid six-week internship. Students will spend 16-hours per week in an internship with a City department or office and an additional four hours each Friday in workplace skill and leadership development. Must be 16 years old. Call 267-502-3742 for info or go to website.
Opened in 2022 this innovative center brings career training and community building to the forefront of our neighborhoods through state-of-the-art facilities, support for local entrepreneurship, and hands-on learning experiences for fields that are in demand. Go to https://www.ccp.edu/about-us/locations/west-regional-center/career-and-advanced-technology-center to look how to advance careers in the automotive industry, healthcare, manufacturing and more. Multiple scholarships available.
SSSPAP goal is to increase the number of people of color and women in the construction trades. Check them out at https://cappprep.com/
Check out their website if interested in construction trades. https://cappprep.com/
Check out their website for more info on becoming a carpenter www.carpentersofphila.com
This 3 week program gets people ready for union jobs at the shipyard. Go to https://tfaforms.com/4862293 and ask for info.
Job training for EMT, Pharm Tech, Home Health Aide, Medical Assistant, Culinary Arts, facility Maintenance. Free program for 16-24 year olds. No diploma needed. Help with GED as well. Call 267-386-2888 or visit website at philadelphia.jobcorps.gov
Programs Employing People is a nonprofit corporation providing a full range of vocational, employment, day training and educational opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities. 1200 South Broad Street 215-389-4006
State agency that helps people with disabilities help themselves to prepare for, start, and maintain a career- 444 N. Third Street- 215-560-1900 www.dli.pa.gov/Individuals/Disability-Services/Pages/Disability-Services.aspx
Click here to get info on lots of jobs http://pathemployment.org/ or call (215) 305-6932
JEVS hireAbility offers empowering, customized employment programs to assist individuals living with a disability or chronic disease by preparing them for competitive employment and community integration. We have programs for both youth and adults in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. Click for info www.jevshumanservices.org/programs/employment-for-people-with-disabilities/ or call (215) 854-1800
Helps people 16 years and older with disabilities help themselves prepare for, get, and keep a job – 215-560-1900