The week of

October 30, 2017

Other Local Events and Workshops

Real Change – Can your small donation help address chronic homelessness and addiction?

City of Philadelphia

November 2017 Roundtable: Real Change – Can your small donation help address chronic homelessness and addiction? Date: Wednesday, November 15, 2017 Time: 9:00 am – 11:00 am Location:...

Architecture and Environmental Design Graduate Information Session

Temple University

Architecture and Environmental Design Graduate Information Session – Tyler School of Art Thursday, November 2, 2017 from 3:00 PM to 6:30 PM Temple University Main Campus, Architecture Bldg 2001...

Transformative Teaching in A Connected World

Unitarian Society of Germantown

Transformative Teaching in A Connected World w/ Dr. Kira Baker-Doyle Sat, December 2, 2017, 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM EST Unitarian Society of Germantown 6511 Lincoln Drive Philadelphia, PA 19119 Join Dr....

Empty Bowl Dinner

Philadelphia Interfaith Hospitality Network

The Empty Bowl Dinner, sponsored by the Philadelphia Interfaith Hospitality Network has become a Northwest Philly tradition, bringing together neighbors, faith communities, businesses, and community...

Free Legal Clinic for immigrants

Welcoming Center for New Pennsylvanians

The next Welcoming Center Free Legal Clinic will take place on Tuesday November 14, 2017 from 3:00PM to 5:30PM at 1617 John F. Kennedy Blvd, Suite 555, Philadelphia. Other clinics are scheduled to...

Can Art Play A Role in Advancing Equitable Development?

Philadelphia Association of Community Development Corporations

Beyond Pretty Pictures: Can Art Play A Role in Advancing Equitable Development? Join PACDC on Wednesday, November 29th at the Perelman Building of the Philadelphia Museum of Art for our Annual...

Developmet without Displacement

University Community Collaborative

On November 3rd at Temple University, POPPYN will screen their latest episode about housing, neighborhoods and gentrification. Community members and leaders of the Philadelphia Tenants Association,...

Embodied Diversity Dialogue

Blue Door Group

In partnership with the People’s Emergency Center Date: December 15, 2017, 9:30am-4:30pm Cost: $85 in advance, $70 for Blue Door Train-the-Trainer alums. If this cost is a barrier for you,...

Make Your Point! writing course

Mighty Writers

Ages: 15 – 18 Tuesday, November 7, 2017 – Tuesday, Nov 28, 2017 Every Tuesday – 06:00 pm – 07:30 PM In this college prep course, you’ll make arguments about polarizing...

Take Control of the College Application Process

Mighty Writers

Sunday, November 5, 2017, 03:00 pm – 05:00 PM Have questions about getting into college? Or don’t know what to ask? Join us for an interactive dialogue with an admissions expert who has...

Fall Soup fundraising event for schools

PhilaSoup

PhilaSoup is a Philadelphia-based non-profit organization that provides micro-grants to teachers to fund classroom projects. We do this by hosting quarterly community soup events. Three times a year,...

Getting In: Examining Equity in Public High School Admissions

Philadelphia Education Fund

Education First Compact Monthly Speaker Series Join us for breakfast on November 2nd as we discuss: Getting In: Examining Equity in Public High School Admissions Every year, Philadelphia’s...

Financial Boot Camp

Clarifi

Clarifi Boot Camp Let’s address the Racial Wealth Gap THERE IS OFTEN A CONNECTION BETWEEN WEALTH, ETHNICITY AND EVEN THE COLOR OF OUR SKIN. THE RACIAL WEALTH GAP IN AMERICA IS REAL. FACTS ABOUT...

Every Campus a Refuge

Haverford College

Also on November 2, the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship is supporting a 12 – 2 lunch presentation and conversation with Diya Abdo, founding director of Every Campus a Refuge and...

Human Rights Pedagogy and Practice in the classroom

Haverford College

Human Rights Pedagogy and Practice in the classroom, November 2, 4:30 – 6:30 (Stokes Auditorium, Haverford College, tea at 4:15, parking at Haverford is free – follow directions to the...

Donation Management for the Finance and Development Director

La Salle Nonprofit Center

Responsibility and accountability to donors falls to both the development and finance managers. Effective managers recognize that they are stewarding each donor, from the first gift, through the life...

Fundamentals of Finance

La Salle Nonprofit Center

Date and Time: November 2nd, 2017 – 09:00 am to 04:00 pm Location: The National Shrine of St. John Neumann – St. John Neumann Center, 1039 N. Lawrence Street, Philadelphia, PA 19123 Even...

My Brother’s Keeper Philadelphia: Health and Wellness

City of Philadelphia Office of Black Male Engagement

Please join us for the 11th gathering of the My Brother’s Keeper Philadelphia “Community Conversations Initiative.” Forged by a partnership between the Mayor’s Office of Black Male...

2018 Winter Institute on Qualitative Research Methods

University of Pennsylvania

January 10-12, 2018 This comprehensive institute is designed to develop skills that are useful in qualitative research, including: * Philosophical and Theoretical Foundations * Common and alternative...

Women and Leadership Forum: Embracing Your Journey to Success

Montgomery County Foundation

Montco Foundation announces annual Women & Leadership Forum The Montgomery County Foundation will sponsor the 2017 Women and Leadership Forum: Embracing Your Journey to Success on Wednesday,...

LGBTQ+ youth homelessness conference

The Philadelphia Foundation

Half-day conference will focus on LGBTQ+ youth homelessness The Philadelphia Foundation is excited to bring together a diverse group of organizations and individuals to explore LGBTQ+ youth...

Nonprofits and Policy Makers: Courageous Conversations in Advocacy

Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations

PANO hosts conversation with policymakers on nonprofit advocacy So…what DO a Republican Congressman (Representative Pat Meehan, to be specific), Governor Wolf’s Secretary of Policy &...

PHENND Fellows Blog

PHENND Fellows Spotlight: Alanna DiGioia

PHENND

  Name: Alanna DiGioia University: Drexel University Major(s): Political Science major, minor in Science, Technology and Society. (If I could go back, I’d finish up the last few classes...

New Resources

Race for Results: Building a Path to Opportunity for All Children

Annie E. Casey Foundation

RACE FOR RESULTS For America to reach its full economic, democratic and moral potential, all children must have the opportunity to grow, develop and thrive. We know what children need: strong...

Adult Inclusion in State Financial Aid Policies

Education Commission of the States

New report from Education Commission of the States details inclusion of adult learners in state financial aid policies Education Commission of the States (ECS) today released its latest report...

How to Write Your Year-End Fundraising Appeal

Network for Good

Inspire more donations with our best practices template Raise more money at year-end with a great appeal that grabs donors’ attention and inspires them to give. This framework will give you the...

28th edition: Step Up to College Guide

Philadelphia Futures

Philadelphia Futures’ Step Up to College Guide is the premier college guidance resource for Philadelphia’s high school students and their families, guidance counselors, teachers and youth-serving...

Policy Update: Enabling School Counselors to Focus on Postsecondary Transitions

National Association of State Boards of Education

For students whose families and friends do not have college-going experience to share, applying to college can be challenging. School counselors can fill the gap, but in many...

Hopeworks 2017 Impact Report

Hopeworks 'n Camden

Hopeworks 2017 Impact Report is here! Hopeworks ‘N Camden uses education, technology and entrepreneurship to partner with young men and women as they identify and earn a sustainable future....

Navigating the Path to a Successful Career for Systems-Involved Youth

Juvenile Law Center

In August, Juvenile Law Center launched a series of blog posts based on our new report on improving access to career pathways for system-involved youth. The four-part series highlighted several...

Report: Expanding Access for High-Achieving, Low-Income Students

Jack Kent Cooke Foundation

OPENING DOORS How Selective Colleges and Universities Are Expanding Access for High-Achieving, Low-Income Students America’s elite colleges and universities can increase the number of...

Public Service Loan Forgiveness program

American Student Assistance

Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) was created to encourage borrowers to enter into public service work or the nonprofit sector by forgiving their eligible federal student loan balance. With...

Assessing and Enacting a Commitment to Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity on Campus

Campus Compact for New Hampshire

Inclusive Excellence Toolkit from Campus Compact for New Hampshire This toolkit assembles resources from a statewide symposium, Project Inclusion New Hampshire: Assessing and Enacting a Commitment to...

2017 Foreclosure Prevention Guide

Urban Affairs Coalition

UAC publishes revised Foreclosure Prevention Guide Urban Affairs Coalition’s Community & Economic Development (CED) team worked in partnership with its Housing & Foreclosure Prevention...

PA 2018-2020 State Service Plan

PennSERVE

We ae really pleased to share the Pennsylvania State Service Plan for 2018 – 2020! Thank you for your support in disseminating the surveys and contributing ideas. Take a look and let us know what...

Graduation Report from Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS)

U.S. Department of Education

Finally: IPEDS Data on Pell Recipients’ Postsecondary Outcomes By Bill DeBaun, Director of Data and Evaluation, National College Access Network For over three years, NCAN has used talked about...

Miscellaneous

Live Chat: What is a High-Quality Degree?

National College Access Network

Wednesday, November 15 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM Eastern Talk of a “high-quality degree or credential” is all the rage right now but what exactly does that mean? How do you define high quality?...

Philadelphia City Scholarship Program

City of Philadelphia

Philadelphia City Scholarship Program application The Philadelphia City Scholarship Program awards approximately 50 college scholarships to high school seniors each year. Scholarship awards are...

Virtual Fundraising Conference: Get Ready for Year-End

Network for Good

Tuesday, November 14, from 12pm to 4pm EST Join this free virtual conference packed with information to help you rally your supporters and crush your fundraising goals this year. You’ll come...

Upstanders Challenge

Starbucks Foundation

This month, in honor of the second season of “Upstanders,” The Starbucks Foundation launched the “Upstanders Challenge” — a contest to celebrate nonprofits that are making a difference in...

College Credit for Experiential Learning

Service Year Alliance

College Credit for Experiential Learning: : Increasing the Impact of Post-secondary Education Initiatives for Service Year Members Tuesday, November 7 @ 2:00PM EST Join our webinar co-hosted with...

2017 Service Year Field Survey Results

Service Year Alliance

Presentation on 2017 Host Organization Survey Results Each year Service Year solicits feedback of host organizations through an online survey. Join us for a webinar with Kristen Bennet, Managing...

Get Your Questions Answered about financial aid & the FAFSA Form

U.S. Department of Education

Intended Audience: Parents and Students We will answer your FAFSA & financial aid questions as well as give tips and common mistakes in filling out the FAFSA application. November 16, 2017 3:00...

Four Simple Steps to Fraud Prevention for Nonprofits

La Salle Nonprofit Center

90 minute Webinar Date and Time: December 15th, 2017 – 12:00 pm to 01:30 pm It’s a far too common occurrence to hear a disheartening story about a nonprofit fallen victim to employee fraud or...

The TalentED Project: Connecting First-Generation Students to Postsecondary Success

National College Access Network

Wednesday, November 8 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM Eastern Interested in helping your students find the right college fit for them? Having difficulty making relationships with admissions recruiters? Learn more...

AmeriCorps VISTA Virtual Information Session

Corporation for National and Community Service

Want to learn valuable nonprofit management and community development skills? Would you like to earn money to pay off student loans while giving back? Are you ready to go where you’re needed?...

Job Opportunities/AmeriCorps Opportunities

Program Assistant for Research and Evaluation, Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers

Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers

The Program Assistant for Research and Evaluation within the Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers (Camden Coalition) will provide support for key research and evaluation activities to help build...

Director of Finance & Administration, Philadelphia Futures

Philadelphia Futures

Philadelphia Futures is a nonprofit organization that provides Philadelphia’s low-income, first-generation-to-college students with the tools, resources and opportunities necessary for...

Substitute teachers needed, Independence Mission Schools

Independence Mission Schools

Independence Mission Schools is looking for candidates who have a commitment to our mission, a growth mindset for themselves and students, experience in differentiating instruction based on...

Program Officer, Planning and Evaluation

John Templeton Foundation

The Officer collaborates with Planning & Evaluation and grantmaking colleagues to inform strategy, monitor grant portfolio performance, assess performance against expectations and the...

Program Officer, Global Strategies

John Templeton Foundation

Reporting to the Director of Philosophy and Theology, the Program Officer, Global Strategies is responsible for the management of the full life cycle of the grant process and the development of new...

Executive Director, Ralston Center

Ralston House

Ralston Center aspires to be the leader in helping older Philadelphians remain in their homes by strengthening social networks and supports. Ralston seeks an entrepreneurial leader to be its next...

Grant Professional, JEVS Human Services

JEVS Human Services

As one of the largest non-profit organizations in the Delaware Valley, JEVS Human Services helps people from all walks of life including the under and unemployed as well as the elderly and...

Director of Teens Services, North Light Community Center

North Light Community Center

Dynamic, multi-service community-based non-profit in Manayunk seeks full-time Director of Teens Services. The DTS is responsible for all aspects of delivering quality programs and services for middle...

Grant Opportunities

The Early Childhood Innovation Prize

OpenIDEO

$1 million for innovative solutions for our youngest children How might we maximize every child’s potential during their first three years of life? During the Early Childhood Innovation Prize,...

2018 School Garden Packages

KidsGardening

KidsGardening Invites Applications for 2018 School Garden Packages Since 1982, KidsGardening has awarded Youth Garden Grants to schools, nonprofits, and youth programs across the United States,...

Urban Forestry Projects

National Arbor Day Foundation

TD Bank and Arbor Day Foundation Invite Applications for Urban Forestry Projects TD Bank and the Arbor Day Foundation are accepting applications to TD Green Streets, an annual program that supports...

Youth Garden Grants

Katie's Krops

Katie’s Krops Accepting Applications for Youth Garden Grants Katie’s Krops is accepting applications from youth between the ages of 9 and 16 for grants to start a Katie’s Krops...

AmeriCorps Planning Grant

PennSERVE

You’ve thought about AmeriCorps, but you’re just not sure. You like the idea of having an AmeriCorps program but you don’t know where to begin. You have a good idea for how AmeriCorps members...

Montgomery County Drug & Alcohol Prevention Project

Montgomery County

Montgomery County offers mini-grants for D&A prevention projects The Montgomery County Drug & Alcohol Prevention Project is designed to aid communities in building capacity to enhance their...

National Conferences & Calls for Proposal

Institute on Project-Based Learning

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

June 20–23, 2018 Worcester, Massachusetts The Institute on Project-Based Learning, a flagship offering of Worcester Polytechnic Institute’s Center for Project-Based Learning, is a intensive...

Beyond School Hours XXI National Education Conference

Foundations Inc

Beyond School Hours XXI National Education Conference Wednesday, February 21, 2018 – Saturday, February 24, 2018 Caribe Royale Orlando 8101 World Center Drive Orlando, Florida 32821 The...

Partnerships Classifieds

Volunteer For the Philadelphia National College Fair

Philadelphia National College Fair

Students in Philadelphia and the region need the support of caring adults as they plan for college. Here are the ways you can use your expertise and volunteer to help the Philadelphia National...

One-time Essay Volunteers needed

Mighty Writers

Become a MW One-time Essay Volunteer Join us for one or more nights of imagining — and writing — our futures this fall. For both 8th graders applying to high school, and 12th graders...


Stay Current in Philly's Higher Education and Nonprofit Sector

We compile a weekly email with local events, resources, national conferences, calls for proposals, grant, volunteer and job opportunities in the higher education and nonprofit sectors.

Get the Update Delivered
Subscribe