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The Flower Show

Green Industry Bootcamp training

Apply for the 2024 Green Industry Bootcamp training 

PHS in partnership with the City of Philadelphia are recruiting for our green industry job training bootcamp happening spring 2024. This paid six-week training will introduce individuals to the rapidly growing green industry in and around Philadelphia. Participants will take part in classroom and hands-on training in basic ecology, landscape maintenance, and tool and equipment operation. Additional workshops in job readiness will also be included in the training. Upon completion, trainees will graduate and be placed in full-time jobs with long-term potential within PHS’s network of employer partners. The training includes: 

  • Core Skills Training: 4 weeks of hands-on & classroom-based training in Green Industry Fundamentals 
  • On the Job Internship: 2 weeks on-the-job training with an industry employer 
  • Graduation & Job Placement: Full-time job placement with employer. 


March 11 – April 19, 2024 
Weekly schedule  
Monday – Friday 8:00 am - 2:30 pm 


 Philadelphia Parks & Recreation Community Clubhouse 
FDR Park in South Philadelphia
1954 Pattison Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19145
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  1. Must be over 18 years of age and a resident of Philadelphia 
  2. Be legally eligible to work in Pennsylvania 
  3. Be comfortable working outdoors in a variety of weather conditions 
  4. Be physically able to perform all tasks associated with an outdoor, physical labor positions 
For questions, please contact KG Gormley, Director of Workforce Development Program.