(L to R) Assistant Crew Leader Bicell Walker, Mayor Michael A. Nutter, Assistant Crew Leader Wayne Rucker and Crew Leader Mabari Byrd meet up at the My Brother's Keeper Town Hall prior to the president's address.
We have talented and enthusiastic corps members who will be finishing their service term on September 5th. They will have completed a rigorous six-month program of full-time service work, including 120 hours of professional development and over 780 hours of service on professional projects with Philadelphia Parks and Recreation and Philadelphia Water Department. PowerCorpsPHL alumni are ready to work and eager to contribute to our region's workforce.
If you're interested in hiring a corps member, contact our Carolyn Caton, our Workforce Partnerships Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about our employer services.
Photo by Christine Boegemann
Building New Partnerships with United Way and the Philadelphia Council AFL-CIO
Clark Park's Benches Get an Upgrade with the help of PowerCorpsPHL
Corps members aided in a project to replace benches at Clark Park. Corps members demolished the old benches and assisted with the construction of the replacement benches. Read more about the project here.
PowerCorpsPHL joined in the block cleanup in Strawberry Mansion.
PowerCorpsPHL is an innovative, new AmeriCorps program designed to address Mayor Michael A. Nutter and Governor Tom Corbett's environmental stewardship initiatives as well as the City of Philadelphia's youth workforce development and violence prevention priorities.
PowerCorpsPHL is Now Hiring!
We are currently looking to fill Crew Leader and Program Director positions.