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 offers two workforce development programs designed to promote diversity and inclusion in the construction industry. Through its projects, Rebuild will provide people of color and women new pathways to skilled trade union apprenticeships.
Rebuild is currently recruiting individuals interested in pursuing careers in roofing, carpentry, or bricklaying. Prior experience is preferred but not required.
These programs offer:
- Accelerated placement with union contractors and/or union apprenticeships.
- Paid, part-time professional development (2x/week, early evening hours).
- Union onboarding supports (initial dues payments, starter tools, etc.).
- Ongoing coaching and professional supports.
- Minimum age of 18.
- Philadelphia residency.
- High school diploma or GED.
- Valid driver’s license.
- Valid child abuse clearance.
- Ability to pass regular drug screenings.
- Ability to engage in strenuous physical work.
PHL Pipeline is a program for entry-level workers interested in building a lifelong career in construction. Trainees will complete paid, training in a variety of skilled trades to prepare for apprenticeship opportunities with local building trade unions.
Rebuild Talent Development Program
The Rebuild Talent Development Program is for people with experience in construction who are interested in membership in a skilled trades union.