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Rebuild Philadelphia

Transforming Philadelphia: Empowering Communities

The Rebuild program, made possible through the Philadelphia Beverage Tax, represents a historic investment in our communities. As a leading Construction Management company, Pride Enterprises is at the forefront of this change. Our commitment is to not only rebuild structures but to foster stronger, more connected communities.

Philadelphia Rebuild

Rebuild: Workforce Development Initiative

Empowering the Community Through Skilled Trades
At Pride Enterprises, we understand the power of skillful hands and minds in shaping our city's future. That's why we're proud to support the Workforce Development Initiative under the Rebuild program, a cornerstone in our commitment to nurturing talent and promoting inclusivity in the construction industry.

Diversity and Inclusion in Construction:

This initiative is not just about building structures; it's about building people. We're dedicated to opening doors for people of color and women in Philadelphia, providing them with unprecedented access to skilled trade careers. Through this initiative, Rebuild is breaking barriers and forging new pathways into union apprenticeships, ensuring that our workforce reflects the diversity and strength of our community.​​


  • Carpentry: Learn the art of building and construction in woodwork, a trade that shapes the very framework of our buildings.

  • Masonry: Dive into the world of bricklaying and cement masonry, crafting the strong foundations and walls that stand the test of time.

  • Electrician & Steamfitters: Embark on a path to become an expert in electrical systems or specialize in HVAC and welding as a steamfitter.

  • Plumber & Sheet Metal Worker: Explore careers in plumbing, essential for modern living, or become a sheet metal worker, shaping and installing metal parts in construction.

Training/Apprenticeship Opportunities:

At the heart of this initiative are comprehensive training programs designed to equip aspiring individuals with the skills they need to thrive in various trades. Whether you're interested in carpentry, masonry, electrician work, or any of the other trades we support, we're here to guide you on your journey to a fulfilling career.

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How to Get Involved:

If you're 18 or older, a Philadelphia resident, and have a high school diploma or GED, you're already on your way. Additional requirements include a valid driver’s license, child abuse clearance, and the ability to pass background and drug screenings. Above all, we're looking for individuals with a commitment to building a career in construction.

Join Us:
Ready to take the first step? Explore these opportunities further and apply through our partner programs:

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