Workforce Programs - 16th Street Mall

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The 16th Street Mall Project is positioned to create a workforce ecosystem that promotes broader inclusion of a diverse workforce, systemically addresses barriers to entry, and provides supportive service to promote successful worker performance and ongoing development. We don’t want to just hire apprentices; we want people to have the opportunity to be promoted and develop careers in construction with our support on this Project. Participants in the construction/skilled craft positions will be paid prevailing wages according to each classification. 

PCL is committed to local craft workers’ employment and understands the need to recruit using a targeted and regional approach. PCL and their partner ZANN, in coordination with DEDO, WORKNOW, and other regional collaborators, will target efforts to recruit veterans, graduates of pre-apprentice programs, TANF recipients, and people with a history of homeless or a history with foster care.

If you are interested in learning more about job opportunities on this project, please fill out the form below and our team will reach out and follow up.