Student Job Board

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This job board it is intended for students ages 14-18 who are eligible to work in the United States and have obtained working papers and recent graduates up-to age 24.

Please note that these jobs are not provided by the School District of Philadelphia and should be used as a resource in your job search.

To get help with applying for a job or updating your resume, contact us.

If you are looking for an approved PHLapprenticeship program, please click here.

Listed below are opportunities in the Philadelphia area. These jobs are part-time (after-school), seasonal (Winter/Summer), and career training programs.

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Part-time (year-round)  Employment Opportunities

Brown’s Super Stores, Inc. operates ten ShopRite supermarkets in the Delaware Valley.

Jeff Brown, a fourth generation Philadelphia grocer, is the founder, President and CEO of the company.

Brown’s employs more than 2,300 associates who are committed to making a difference for our customers and the local communities we serve.

Who can apply?

Young adults 16 years old and older.

If you are ages 16-17, you must obtain your workers permit and can only be considered for certain opportunities.

Applicants must be available to work evening and weekend shifts in order to be considered for a position.

Requirements

Requirements vary depending on the position. Available positions include:

Perishable
Bakery Cake Decorators, Bakery Clerks, Deli, Produce, Seafood, and Meat
Non-Perishable
Cashier, Carts, Levelers(which are stock clerks), Maintenance

Starting Salary

Starting salaries vary according to your position. Please check with the Brown’s Shoprite you are applying for.

How to apply

All applicants must apply online in order to be interviewed.

Please choose one of the Brown’s Shoprite Locations:
Shoprite
419- Parkside- 1575 N 52nd St Phila 19131
420- Oregon Ave. – 2301 W. Oregon Ave. Phila 19145
423- Island Ave. – 2946 Island Ave. Phila 19153
426- Cheltenham- 2385 Cheltenham Ave Phila,19150
430- Fox Street- 2800 Fox St. Unit A Phila 19129
519- Roxborough- 6901 Ridge Ave. Phila, 19128
Fresh Grocer
415 Fresh Grocer – Wyncote- 1000 Easton Road. Wyncote PA
456 Fresh Grocer – Monument- Monument Road- Philadelphia PA

 To Apply Click Here

Who can apply?
Young adults 16 years old and older.

If you are ages 16-17, you must obtain your workers permit and can only be considered for certain opportunities.

Applicants must be available to work evening and weekend shifts in order to be considered for a position.

Requirements
Requirements vary depending on the position. Available positions include:

Perishable: Bakery Cake Decorators, Bakery Clerks, Deli, Produce, Seafood, and Meat
Non-Perishable: Cashier, Carts, Levelers(which are stock clerks), Maintenance

Starting Salary
Starting salaries vary according to your position. Please check with the Fresh Grocer you are applying for.

How to apply
All applicants must apply online in order to be interviewed.

Please choose one of the Fresh Grocer Locations:

Progress Plaza – 1501 N. Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19122
Upper Darby – 421 S. 69th Street Philadelphia, PA 19082
Greys Ferry – 301 Greys Ferry Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19146
56th & Chestnut – 5601 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19319
LaSalle University – 5301 Chew Ave Philadelphia, PA 19138

 To Apply Click Here

Act Fast If You Want To Earn Extra Spending Money!

1. Only 2 spots available.
2. Must have working papers.
3. Must have a positive attitude.

Text your name and call back number to 337-842-6381 and schedule your interview ASAP.

Who should apply?

16-18 year old students who would like to be educated in food preparation and guest service and enjoy working as a part of a team. The education of food preparation, menu items and guest service lasts a lifetime.

How to apply:

Please send an email to: Mr. John Romano at johnr@anejorestaurant.com with your

Name
Address
Age
Telephone number
Any experience working in any job before (resume)
Workers permit number

If you are hired it is an expectation that you will need to provide:
copies of identification (birth certificate, student picture ID, soc. sec. card) available upon first day of employment.

Apprenticeship and Pre-Apprenticeship Programs

The School District’s Urban Technology Project (UTP) is currently recruiting high school seniors for the I.T. Pre-Apprenticeship 2020/2021 program. Pre-Apprentice serve as AmeriCorps Digital Service Fellow’s working alongside the Digital Literacy Teachers to support instruction and provide technical assistance. During their year of service within the school, Digital Service Fellow’s receive on-the-job experience, mentorship, technical and soft skills training, bi-weekly stipends, monthly transpasses and a scholarship. This is a great opportunity for graduating seniors who are interested in pursuing a career in Information Technology.

How to apply

All interested candidates must submit the AmeriCorps Digital Service Fellow  Pre-Apprentice Application. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.   On occasion, we accept submissions mid-year to fill unforseen vacancies.

For more information about our program or the application process please email: dsf@utp-philly.org or click here

The Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site, inpartnership with Rebuild and PowerCorpsPHL,is recruiting young adults and returning citizensfrom Philadelphia to join a paid, hands-on jobtraining program for those interested inpursuing careers in masonry. At the end of eachphase, successful participants will have thechance to interview for the next stage.

Who Can Apply?

  • Philadelphia residency18-28 years old
  • A high school diploma or GED
  • Ability to pass a drug screening
  • Willingness to complete a background check(returning citizens are encouraged to apply)
  • Ability to engage in strenuous physical work

How to Apply?

Interested applicants can apply through PowerCorps PHL’s online application, found here.

In 2004, Philly Shipyard, Inc. (PSI) established an apprenticeship program to develop the next generation of shipyard skilled workers and leaders. This three year time based competency program takes candidates with little or no experience and trains them to be multi-skilled employees that can perform successfully in a competitive market and participate in the future success of Philly Shipyard.

The program consists of classroom training plus time performing the duties of their trade, for example through scheduled job rotations. Classroom training includes both lessons in a classroom setting and an independent learning environment. The program is accredited by the State of Pennsylvania and 100% of the cost of related instruction is paid for by PSI.

Who can apply

APPLICATION PROCESS (Please Read Carefully)

  • Must be 18 years or older.
  • Must provide 2 letters of recommendation. (Attach as a Document Below)
  • Must submit a copy of H.S. Diploma or GED Equivalent along with application (Attach as a Document Below)
  • A $60 Money Order is required to sit for the Mechanical Aptitude Test (Instructions will be included with invitation)
  • Must take the Philly Shipyard Mechanical Aptitude Test (Invitation Only)
  • If any portion of this application is not filled out correctly or documents are missing you will not be invited to take the Mechanical Aptitude Test
  • * Optional: Please attach your resume and any certifications if applicable.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

Work in accordance with PSI CORE-values.
Ensure that all PSI safety procedures, rules and regulations are followed and met.
Wear Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).
Must be able to obtain weld certifications as specified for the welder and/or the shipbuilder position.
Machine Operators must attend all classroom and on-line instruction as well as their on the job learning.
Learn cutting and grinding principles and techniques.
Attend all assigned instructor-led and on-line assigned Related Technical Training (RTI) courses.
Performs other related duties as required and assigned.
To learn more about this opportunity and apply students can visit http://www.phillyshipyard.com/s.cfm/5-37/Apprentice-Program and the deadline is July 9th

The Connection Training Services paid Pre-Apprenticeship Training Program is 100% free for young adults with special priority given to individuals in the foster care, justice and individuals parenting.

The pre-apprenticeship construction program is a hands on technically trade program for young adults, who live in Philadelphia ages 16 to 24 years and have obtained their high school diploma or GED. This program gives participants the opportunity to learn side by side construction professional and receive a pre-construction certificate. The program provides leadership development, job skills, employment placement and job retention services in collaboration with multiple construction companies throughout the City of Philadelphia. All participants receive an incentive-based stipend.

For more information or to register: Apply now

The Construction Apprentice Preparatory Program (CAPP) is a pre-apprenticeship program that instructs participants in the core skills and curriculum required to pass the Building Trades Unions Apprenticeship Exams.

 

Why Become A Union Apprentice?

Apprentices can earn up to 60% of the wages that licensed and trained construction professionals make, while they receive their training.
Unlike college, students work full-time while being trained for a well-paid construction trade and there’s no cost for the training – meaning no student debt!!
Apprentices are given real world, in-depth, on the job training that teaches them cutting-edge skills and the means to implement them across their careers.
The minimum requirements for the program are as follows:
Must be 18 years of age
Must have a valid Driver’s License
Must have a High School Diploma or GED
Must submit and consent to initial and random drug testing
Must attend Apprentice exam prep classes twice per week

For more information or to apply click here

Workforce Development Programs  (recent graduates) Free -Training

Year Up Greater Philadelphia provides opportunities for young adults 18-24 who are looking for careers in the Finance and Information Technology Fields. Year Up provides hands-on training, debt-free college courses, and a paid internship at a top company here in the Philadelphia area.

Who can apply?

  • 18-26 years old (temporary age expansion!)
  • High school graduate or GED
  • Low to moderate income
  • U.S. citizenship, permanent resident, DACA recipient, or employment authorization card
  • Live within commuting distance of a Year Up location
  • Available five days a week (M-F) for the full year of the program
  • Highly motivated to learn new technical and professional skillsYear Up strongly supports DACA and welcomes young adults with DACA status. For more, see our DACA Guidance page.

Requirements

Classes begin in February/March and August/September at most campuses. Applications are considered on a rolling basis until the class is filled. Please apply early as space is limited.

Check out the application checklist here

Starting Salary

You will receive a stipend for participating in this program. Please contact Year Up Greater Philadelphia for more information.

How to apply

 To Apply Click Here

AmeriCorps NCCC is a full-time service program that covers lodging and travel expenses, allowing young adults to serve on a team and make an impact in communities across the country while gaining valuable leadership skills.

Who can apply?

  • To serve as a Corps Member, you must be between 18-26* years old. To serve as a Team Leader, you must be 18 or older (no upper age limit). You may apply to Traditional Corps at 17, if you will turn 18 before arriving on campus. You must be 18 to apply to FEMA Corps.
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen (required for FEMA Corps), or a Lawful Permanent Resident of the U.S.
  • Must pass an initial drug screening test upon arrival to the program. A positive test on a drug screen for any substance (including marijuana) at any time during service could result in dismissal from the program.
  • Team Leaders must have a valid driver’s license, as they will be expected to drive the team vehicle.
  • Must be available for 10-12 months of full-time service consisting of extensive travel.

Requirements

AmeriCorps NCCC has four options to choose from to engage in team-based, transformative service. Find the option that best fits your interest and experience by clicking here.

Starting Salary

Benefits include full room and board, travel, a living stipend, and an Education Award (approximately $6,000) at the end of service

How to apply

 To Apply Click Here

Job Corps is the largest nationwide residential career training program in the country and has been operating for more than 50 years. The program helps eligible young people ages 16 through 24 by training them for meaningful careers and assists them with obtaining employment.

At Job Corps, students have access to room and board while they learn skills in specific training areas for up to three years. In addition to helping students obtain career technical skills and gain employment, Job Corps also provides transitional support services, such as help finding employment, housing, child care, and transportation. Job Corps graduates either enter the workforce or an apprenticeship, go on to higher education, or join the military.

Who can apply?

The applicant is a U.S. citizen, is a legal U.S. resident, or is a resident of a U.S. territory and/or is authorized to work in the United States.

Applicants must meet one or more of these conditions: receives public assistance, earns poverty-level income, is homeless, is a foster child, or qualifies for free or reduced-price lunch. Your admissions representative will help you determine your eligibility.

How to apply

To Apply Click Here

City Year AmeriCorps members serve in schools all day, every day, preparing students with the social, emotional and academic skills and mindsets to succeed in school and in life.

City Year AmeriCorps members not only make a difference in the lives of students they serve, but also acquire valuable skills that help them and prepare them to be leaders in their communities and their careers.

As City Year continues to innovate alongside our school and district partners, we aim to share what we are learning and contribute to a broader conversation about how to ensure equitable access to learning opportunities for all students

Who can apply?

  • Be between the ages of 18 – 25 (by July 1, 2021)
  • Have earned your high school diploma or GED equivalent (by July 1, 2021)
  • Be a U.S. Citizen or legal permanent resident
  • Be able to commit to working in school with students full-time
  • Have served no more than three terms as an active AmeriCorps member

How to apply

 To Apply Click Here

Temple YEP provides Philadelphia youth, ages 17 to 24 who have a GED or HS Diploma with career training opportunities. Eligible youth participants utilize a variety of resources including: job skills training, career / educational counseling, and academic support.

Activities include:

Workshops, literacy, job readiness, career exploration events, college/vocational school tours, internships opportunities; job shadowing and career-based mentoring and incentives

Who can apply?

  • Be between the ages of 18 – 24
  • Have earned your high school diploma or GED equivalent

How to apply

 To Apply Click Here

PowerCorpsPHL provides career-connected education and paid work experiences in collaboration with AmeriCorps and the city of Philadelphia, powered by EducationWorks.

Working closely with Philadelphia Parks & Recreation, the Philadelphia Water Department, and partners in the public and private sector, PowerCorpsPHL builds opportunities for young people to create promising futures by tackling pressing environmental challenges and developing the skills required to secure meaningful work.

Who can apply?

  • Be between the ages of 18 – 28
  • Have earned your high school diploma or GED equivalent
  • Resident of Philadelphia
  • Looking to connect to careers and advancing our communities
  • Unemployed or underemployed

How to apply

 To Apply Click Here

Year-round Employment Opportunities for Graduating Seniors

The Early Learning Resource Center (ELRC) is a single point-of-contact for families, early learning providers and communities.

The ELRC for Region 18 provides a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers and communities to gain information and access services that support high quality child care and early learning programs.

This is a Full-Time (year round) position

Who Can Apply?
You must be 18+ years and have a HS diploma or GED

Job Descriptions

The Administrative Assistant for the Early Learning Resource Center (ELRC) is responsible for providing administrative and clerical support to a major functional or operational unit such as a department, division, or facility with functions and responsibilities such as providing word processing, providing administrative support for the Call Center services; maintaining files and records; answering and providing information on ELRC services via telephone calls and routing faxes; and assisting management with the administrative functioning of the unit.

Requirements
Knowledge of general office policies, procedures, and work methods.
Familiarity with Microsoft Word applications such as Word, Excel, Power Point.
Ability to multitask and work within time constraints.
Ability to communicate effectively and to work productively with employees, clients, program participants, families, and other human services organizations in a positive, pleasant, professional, and productive manner in writing, by telephone, and in personal contacts.

 

HOW TO APPLY
If you’re interested in learning more or to schedule an interview, please send an e-mail to Sheila Colon at scolon@caringpeoplealliance.org

The Early Learning Resource Center (ELRC) is a single point-of-contact for families, early learning providers and communities.

The ELRC for Region 18 provides a single point-of-contact for families, early learning service providers and communities to gain information and access services that support high quality child care and early learning programs.

This is a Full-Time (year round) position

Who Can Apply?
You must be 18+ years and have a HS diploma or GED

Job Description

The ELRC Eligibility/R&R Specialist for the Early Learning Resource Center (ELRC) is responsible for all activities related to the determination and redetermination of eligibility of applicants and clients for subsidized childcare services; enhanced resource and referral services: ensuring compliance with funding source requirements through use of an automated client management and reporting system; and maintaining all files, records, and documentation. The ELRC Eligibility/R&R Specialist is cross trained in providing services in all areas that include TANF, Former TANF and SNAP.

Requirements
Interviews and reviews information received from applicants and clients for subsidized childcare services; assists applicants and clients in completing application process as needed; obtains all required documentation, including payroll, employment, and training verifications.

Analyzes applications for compliance with PA Department of Public Welfare eligibility requirements.

Assists families with additional services such as WIC, CHIP, quality child care such as Stars, Early Intervention, Home Visiting, Early Childhood Mental Health, Earned Income Tax Credit Registration, Voter’s Registration, language assistance, etc.

Responds to telephone, email and in-person inquiries from parents, clients and potential clients regarding childcare options in accordance with government and funding source eligibility requirements within one day.

May provide information and make referrals and suggestions to families, childcare service providers, caregivers, and others on day care availability options, funding availability, eligibility criteria, status changes, attendance requirements, etc.

HOW TO APPLY
If you’re interested in learning more or to schedule an interview, please send an e-mail to Sheila Colon at scolon@caringpeoplealliance.org

Education equivalent to completion of the twelfth school grade.
For job description and required competencies, click here.

Exam Type – Computer-based multiple choice exam

Opens to the public for applications until 9/30/2021
Starting salary $56,227

 

For more information and to learn how to apply click here.

(Hiring for specific Police Districts as
announced)

Ability to read and write in English.

For job description and required ncompetencies, click here.

Exam Type – Training and Experience evaluation

Opens to the public in October/November 2021

Starting salary $62.39/day

This is intermediate level electrical systems work in the alteration, installation, maintenance and repair of  the City’s electrical infrastructure, wires, cables and lines. An employee in this class performs preventive maintenance of the systems, and repairs system components and equipment.

This job requires:
Completion of a post high-school electrician trades program from an accredited technical institute, trade  school or college, including possession of a diploma indicating completion of all program curriculum  requirements.
OR
Equivalent to completion of the twelfth school grade.

AND EXPERIENCE:

Two years of experience learning the electrical trade as a helper or apprentice.

Opens to the public on 9/6/21 – 9/17/21

Starting salary $42,769

Type of exam – Training and Experience evaluation

 

For more information and to learn how to apply click here.

This is intermediate level mechanical work in the maintenance, repair, operation and installation of heating, ventilation, air conditioning and refrigeration systems (HVAC), and related utility components.

This job requires:
Completion of a post high-school HVAC and/or Refrigeration and Air conditioning trades program from an accredited technical institute, trade school or college, including possession of a diploma indicating  completion of all program curriculum requirements.
OR

Equivalent to completion of the twelfth school grade.

AND

Two years of experience in the maintenance and repair of air conditioning, refrigeration, heating and ventilation systems and related primary and peripheral utility components.

Opens to the public on 9/6/21 – 9/17/21

Starting salary $42,769

Type of exam – Training and Experience evaluation

For more information and to learn how to apply click here.