Manufacturing Alliance of Philadelphia
Job Ready Program
|This entry-level manufacturing training is a 3 month program where students will learn basic workplace skills related to careers in manufacturing, including mathematics, reading with understanding, writing clearly and concisely, OSHA and job safety, and exposure to relevant technology. Training includes onsite tours with manufacturers.|
Manufacturing trainees who successfully complete the program will receive an industry-recognized certificate issued jointly by the Community College of Philadelphia and the Manufacturing Alliance of Philadelphia (MAP) and a National Career Readiness Certificate endorsed by the National Association of Manufacturers.
This initiative, the first of its kind in the nation, works within the existing infrastructure to organize neighborhood industrial business so they may shape their environment in a way most beneficial to themselves and the community. This new approach is distinct from traditional methods and is very powerful in that it :
- Seeks an ongoing collaboration between local businesses and government;
- Seeks to leverage the collective strengths of area industrial businesses;
- Addresses those issues which are of greatest concern to businesses – security, neighborhood reinvestment, appearance and cleanliness;
- Seeks to access the strengths of the local residential and commercial communities and will provide benefits for these communities; and
- Targets a neighborhood that still retains genuine business and residential vitality.
See what the Urban Industry Initiative's current industrial districts are doing to enhance their communities and businesses.
Currently, we have two Industrial Districts operating:
|PRIDE - The Port Richmond Industrial Development Enterprise
||RCA - The Richmond Corridor Association|