Philadelphia is a diverse city with a 44% Black population, 36% percent White, 13% Latino, and 7% percent Asian. Philadelphia’s citywide diversity index is 65.6%, which makes it one of the top 3 diverse cities in the country with the best Trade skills Community. With a population of about a 1.6million, where more than 65% of them are below the age of 44, Philadelphia as a city has the potential to be one of the great cities of the future with its Community contributing to the growth and that is where we as Philadelphia Technician Training Institute is investing.
We have a community of Students, Alumni, Faculty, and Employers that come together as one unit to drive towards a common vision which is the betterment of society.
We as a Top Trade Skills Community School in Philadelphia adhere to Non-Discrimination in all of our Policies – in accordance with Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972. PTTI does not discriminate in any aspect on the basis of race, religion, sex, age, disability, ethnicity, sexual preference, or national origin.
We are a close-knit community of students that are diverse in many aspects, faculty, and management all under one roof working together for themselves and for the betterment of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, US. This sense of community helps our students to feel settled as if they are at home and thus encourages engagement.
The diversity team works closely with other Trade skills Community departments including Student Support and Wellbeing to offer a range of activities and opportunities for our students who are looking to be experts in skilled trades offered, during their time with Philadelphia Technician Training Institute.
Our Alumni are always in touch with us even after years of them graduating and enjoying a successful life.
Our efforts towards the community are directed from the very top – Sherman McLeod – Director, who leaves no stone unturned to make sure that the Students, Faculty, Alumni, Employers are close-knit.
“There is no power for change greater than a community discovering what it cares about”
Margaret j Wheatley