Student Jobs, Internships, & Apprenticeships


Rebuild Philadelphia –  Build a Career in Construction

Rebuild is currently launching the second recruitment cycle for our workforce development programs. This program focuses on making a highly targeted match between Rebuild’s contractors and motivated, fully vetted candidates, so we’re limiting our recruitment to those who come through Rebuild’s partner programs. Candidates interested in becoming union bricklayers, roofers, or carpenters will be prioritized, but those interested in other trades are also welcome to apply.

This program offers:

  • 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

Click here for flyer

Application requirements:

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

Click here for application.

The CAPP program

…offers training and will help students get into various building trade unions. This program is free for students to enroll and participate in.

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.

Information Session June 1st from 5pm – 9pm
Please register here by May 31st.

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

If you have any questions, please email The Office of Postsecondary Readiness at

Hilco CAPP Info Session Flyer 6.1.21

PHLYouth Summer Career Fest: Saturday, June 5th from 11am-2pm

The Mayor’s Office of Youth Engagement is partnering with the Philadelphia Youth Commission & the Millennial Advisory Committee to host its first PHLYouth Summer Career Fest! This jobs & resource fair is catered specifically toward Gen-Z Philadelphians age 12-18 to support you all in finding opportunities for the summer and beyond!

In addition to all the awesome opportunities for employment, education, and volunteering – the Philadelphia Department of Public Health & the Philly Teen Vaxx Ambassadors will be joining us for a pop-up vaccination clinic to make it easier for you & your friends to #VaxUp! So – whether you need it for sports, to start your summer job, to get ready for college, or if you’re just looking forward to kicking it with your friends this summer – we’ve got you covered!

The PHLYouth Summer Career Fest! will take place on Saturday, June 5th from 11am-2pm at LOVE Park.

Register today!:

Don’t forget to follow them on Instagram & Twitter @PHLYouth for announcements on what organizations will be joining them at the event!

Summer WorkReady 2021

Are you a junior or senior in high school looking for an internship in City Government, Entrepreneurship, Finance, or Hospitality?

For more information click here to view the flyer: WorkReady Summer 2021 Flyer


  • Ages 15-19
  • Philadelphia Resident

To apply, visit
Enter Referral Code: IN002

SEPTA Electrical Internship Training Program

SEPTA is recruiting for their Electrical Internship Training program – flyer below. This was shared since SEPTA is interested in recruiting recent graduates (within the last 3 years, 2019-2021) from electrical/mechanical programs from area high schools. They will be testing for these positions beginning May 1st

SEPTA Electrical Internship Training program flyer

Interested in Masonry?

The Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site, in partnership with Rebuild and PowerCorpsPHL, is recruiting young adults and returning citizens from Philadelphia to join a paid, hands-on job training program for those interested in pursuing careers in masonry. At the end of each phase, successful participants will have the chance to interview for the next stage.

Masonry Academy Flyer

Click here for the online application


PhilaWORKS provides current Philadelphia job opportunities for youth

ApprenticeshipPHL Connect to registered apprenticeships in Philadelphia

The Urban Technology Project is comprised of the Computer Support Specialists Registered IT Apprenticeship Program and the Pre-Apprenticeship Digital Service Fellows AmeriCorps Program

CareerLink Job search engine

OIC (Opportunities Industrialization Center) – Philadelphia OIC is one of the region’s oldest and largest providers of tuition-free job training and career development services, offering everything from computers for beginners to advanced hospitality training at our Opportunities Inn. OIC also offers paid training in Drone Piloting, Banking, Culinary/Hospitality, Welding, Automotive, and Energy/Solar.

Hope Works offers paid training in Web Design, Medical billing, and GIS.

Philly Shipyard 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.

Find Your Future Conference – 3 Day Career Conference focusing on Career Exploration, Professional Skills and Financial Literacy.

JEVS  offers a variety of workforce development  programs to support New to Returning citizens secure employment.

The Monell Science Apprenticeship Program‘s mission is to stimulate an interest in biomedical science or medicine as careers.

1199c  providing access to career pathways in healthcare and human services

Power Corps PHL 4-18 month paid workforce development program providing participants with the opportunity to develop the skills required to become environmental stewards, secure meaningful work, and become civically engaged members of society.