Development 

Fiscal Management

KDP has an excellent record for grant administration and audit preparation.

KDP LOCATIONS

“There is a significant level of discussion about training, improving job skills and an increasingly aging workforce.  Yet it is the Keystone Development Partnership that is about results not words.”
Michael Love, Former President and CEO of the Energy Association of Pennsylvania

What We Do

Keystone

KDP Projects

Philadelphia
731 S. Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19119
Stuart Bass, Executive Director
(215) 284-4218 sbass@kdpworks.org

Registered Apprenticeship

An employer-driven program that combines on-the-job learning with job related instruction to build worker skills and establish pathways to higher levels of employment and wages.

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Pittsburgh
John Tkach, Director of Projects
(412) 849-5204
jtkach@kdpworks.org

Partnership

Project Management
KDP program managers provide project and grant management for your organization to meet its goals.

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  Organization Development

KDP offers solutions for organizations and strategic planning using current practices including MBT® training.

The Industrial Manufacturing Technician

A hybrid registered apprenticeship provides production workers with the knowledge and competencies needed in the advanced manufacturing environment.​

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Workforce Development

KDP customizes training, develops curriculum, and defines training priorities.. KDP works with employers and unions to sponsor Registered Apprenticeship.

Harrisburg Administrative Office
600 North Second Street
Harrisburg, PA  17101
Rise’ Enoch, Contract Manager
(717) 231-2864 renoch@kdpworks.org

The KDP promotes labor management cooperation and supports workforce development programs to better serve the community.  KDP aligns resources for career pathways to family sustaining jobs.

The Pennsylvania AFL-CIO founded KDP in 2005 as 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization.  KDP assists unions and their employers to form and sustain labor-management training programs and registered apprenticeships.