Philadelphia Opportunities Industrialization Center

Philadelphia Opportunities Industrialization Center
1231 N. Broad Street, 19122
Kevin Johnson, Dr./ President & CEO
T: 215-236-7700
F: Not Provided

Service Summary

Our mission is to assist the unemployed, the underemployed, the homeless, and disadvantaged youth and adults to achieve self-sufficiency and empowerment, primarily through education, training, job placement, and through supportive human services, housing and economic development. Philadelphia OIC is a nonprofit organization founded in 1964 by the late Reverend Dr. Leon H. Sullivan, who was an internationally-recognized advocate for civil and economic rights for all.

SERVICE CATEGORIES

Human services
Benefits planning Transition planning Personal services Human services Soft Skill Building Job services Job Search Placement Services Transportation Work Clothing Basic and emergency aid
Community and economic development
Job counseling Employment Economic development Community and economic development Job Readiness Training
Education
Basic Skills Training Vocational education Education Asset building financial literacy

POPULATION INFORMATION

Age Groups
Children and youth Females
Work status and occupations
Unemployed people Mature workers (over 55) College Students Academics Low skilled or low educated individuals
Social and economic status
Low-income and poor people Economically disadvantaged people Ex-offenders Incarcerated people
Health
People with disabilities
Languages
English

Eligibility Requirement

Yes

Age Restriction

No

Veteran Status

No

Program Compliance

No

US CitizenShip

Required

Valid Identification

No

Receiving UI or CA

No

Other Eligibility

No

Age Restriction Details

N/A

Other Services Available

N/A

Other Eligibility Details

N/A

Other Populations Served

N/A

INDUSTRY TRAINING

Energy Health Care and Social Assistance Hospitality, Leisure, & Entertainment Training for Adults Training for Youths