North Light Program

Teens in a North Light program get training and mentorship at a work site at Villanova University. 

North Light’s new TEEMworks (Teaching Employment Engagement Mentorship works) program is now enrolling young people for the class starting June 18.

Recent high school graduates are encouraged to apply and get the life-skills training and workforce development needed to help them launch their careers. 

North Light has collaborated with Subject Matter Experts to assist with job skills and to prepare for the CAST (Construction & Skilled Trades) test training to pursue fulfilling and sustainable livelihoods. 

Visit the website, northlightcc.org, to download the application and email it to bwilliams@northlightcommunitycenter.org

North Light Community Center is a multi-service, community based non-profit organization located at 175 Green Lane, Philadelphia, PA 19127. Founded in 1936, North Light's mission is to empower people of all ages and abilities in our communities, especially those most in need, to reach their fullest potential as productive and responsible citizens through initiatives that support and enrich children, teens, and families. North Light's vision is to support and strengthen our diverse neighborhoods by meeting the evolving needs of individuals and families, working to develop the whole person from educating to providing sustenance, and thus, cultivate a vibrant community. Current programs include quality year-round licensed childcare for school age children, tutoring, youth development programs, arts and recreation, emergency supports, parenting workshops, teen employment, and neighborhood access to technology. North Light welcomes neighbors into our center through a dynamic outdoor play space and enrichment classes for children and adults. With ninety percent of the funding coming from charitable sources, North Light accepts and appreciates donations online and via mail throughout the year. For additional information about North Light's programs and services, visit northlightcc.org or call 215-483-4800.

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