Learn about Rebuild’s workforce development programs, which help construction professionals advance their careers through on-the-job training and formal instruction.
Building a career with Rebuild
Be part of the historic investment to improve our neighborhood parks, recreation centers, and libraries! Rebuild is recruiting people with experience in construction, as well as those looking to start a new career in the field.
Rebuild is committed to promoting diversity and inclusion in the construction industry. Through its projects, Rebuild will help minorities and women move into successful careers in construction.
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PHL Pipeline is a program for entry-level workers interested in building a lifelong career in construction. Throughout the year, trainees will complete paid, on-the-job, and classroom-based training in a variety of skilled trades. They will also prepare to join an apprenticeship with a local construction union.
The PHL Pipeline Program is currently recruiting individuals interested in pursuing a career in commercial painting or roofing. Trainees will attend a paid pre-apprenticeship training course before beginning paid apprenticeships through the union.
Rebuild Talent Development Program
The Rebuild Talent Development Program is for people with experience in construction who are interested in union membership. After meeting the requirements of the program, participants will have a path towards permanent union membership.
Rebuild is currently recruiting cement masons and finishing trades professionals. Successful applicants will be hired by the Philadelphia Housing Development Corporation (PHDC) as union apprentices to work on Rebuild sites across the city. They will be registered as union apprentices through the respective unions and will start participating in union apprenticeship classes while working for PHDC.
This program is being provided in partnership with PHDC.