The week of

March 12, 2019

Other Local Events and Workshops

IgniteSTEM Conference

IgniteSTEM

IgniteSTEM is a free conference  put on for STEM educators and leaders to join in transforming K-12 education through innovative approaches found in hackathons, design thinking, and maker spaces....

2019 HIV Prevention and Education Summit – Call For Abstracts

Philadelphia FIGHT

We are inviting you to participate in a unique opportunity to have your research presented to a wide, varied, and captivated audience. We would like to personally invite you to submit your research...

Urban Agriculture and Food Systems Convening – March 21-22, 2019

Rutgers Camden

Rutgers University’s URBAN AGRICULTURE & FOOD SYSTEMS CONVENING, March 21-22, 2019, is a two-day event exploring the promise of urban agriculture for positive social change and environmental...

Save the Date – Campus Philly 2019 Annual Meeting, May 30, 2019

Campus Philly

When: Thursday, May 30, 2019, 4:00 PM – 7:00 PM Where: International House Philadelphia, 3701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104 Featuring: Release of Philadelphia Renaissance: the economic...

Green Building United 2019 Sustainability Symposium – May 3

Green Building United

Green Building United is excited to announce the ninth annual Sustainability Symposium, happening May 3 at Penn State at The Navy Yard. The Symposium is a full day of educational sessions covering...

New Resources

Research Brief: Predominantly Black Institutions: Pathways to Black Student Educational Attainment

Center for Minority Serving Institutions

Executive Summary Predominantly Black Institutions (PBIs) account for 3% of all postsecondary institutions, yet enroll 9% of all Black college students (Office of Postsecondary Education, 2018)....

Report: Race & Ethnicity in Higher Education

American Council on Education

6 Key Findings From the ACE Report on Race & Ethnicity in Higher Ed By Zenia Henderson, Director of Member & Partner Engagement, National College Access Network Last month, the American...

Philadelphia World Heritage Tool Kit and lesson plans

Global Philadelphia Association

Educational resources and lesson plans to instill pride and value in Philadelphia’s rich heritage Through Global Philadelphia Association’s (GPA) World Heritage Education Program, we aim to...

Barbara A. Holland Collection for Service Learning and Community Engagement

University of Nebraska Omaha

The Barbara A. Holland Collection for Service Learning and Community Engagement (SLCE) is both uniquely retrospective and comprehensive, offering the worlds largest physical collection in the field....

What Students Learn from Community-Based Learning Courses

HE-SL Listserv

View these mini-videos of undergraduates talking about what they learned from their community-based learning (CBL) courses. The videos were put together by a student intern. The first one focuses on...

Interested in Online Service-Learning?

HE-SL Listserv

Resources are available for learning more about online service-learning: Digital Service Learning Folder (includes Presentations & Materials: Digital Service Learning Project Ideas: …...

Why white school districts receive more funding than non-white districts

EdBuild

In 1954, the Supreme Court ruled in Brown v. Board of Education that segregated public schools are unconstitutional. In 2018, on the 64th anniversary of that ruling, a lawsuit filed in New Jersey...

Bringing Theory to Practice Winter 2019 Newsletter

Bringing Theory to Practice

The Bringing Theory to Practice (BTtoP) Winter 2019 Newsletter is now available online. In this issue of our newsletter, we delve into a complex and expansive theme: technology and innovation. As our...

Resources for Colleges Seeking to Create More Voter Friendly Campuses

Students Learn Students Vote

Students Learn Students Vote has links to resources for college administrators seeking to create more voter friendly campuses. Some of the resources are: Strengthening American Democracy: A Guide for...

What does civics education look like in America?

Brown Center on Education Policy

How well are schools preparing students to be effective citizens, voters, and members of their communities? This question seems more relevant than ever in the current era of contentious and polarized...

The Goundwater Approach: building a practical understanding of structural racism

Racial Equity Institute

The Groundwater metaphor is designed to help practitioners at all levels internalize the reality that we live in a racially structured society, and that that is what causes racial inequity. The...

Partnerships Classifieds

Volunteers Needed for Puentes de Salud’s Summer Camp 

Puentes de Salud

Puentes de Salud’s summer bilingual enrichment program serves approximately 50-60 elementary-aged (grades 1-5) students from the Puentes community. Programming combines bilingual literacy...

Tuition-Free Philly Recovery High School

Bridge Way School

The Bridge Way School, which is Pennsylvania’s only recovery high school. Located in Northeast Philadelphia and a subsidiary of Cora Human Services, Bridge Way is a remarkable alternative for...

Volunteer Design Consultant, Immigrant Defense Project

Immigrant Defense Project

Immigrant Defense Project is seeking skilled volunteer support through Taproot+. Taproot+ is an online platform that connects nonprofits to professionals seeking strong opportunities to volunteer...

Part-Time After School Group Assistant, Sunrise of Philadelphia

Sunrise of Philadelphia

Sunrise of Philadelphia is an out-of-school time provider that supports youth who face adversity in discovering their strengths, experiencing success and preparing for their futures. Since 1999,...

National Conferences & Calls for Proposal

Call for Submissions – Michigan Journal of Community Service-Learning

The Michigan Journal of Community Service-Learning

The Michigan Journal of Community Service-Learning (MJCSL) is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal with faculty and administrator readers all over the world. It publishes articles on...

Global Health and Innovation Conference at Yale – April 13-14, 2019

Unite for Sight

The 16th annual Global Health & Innovation Conference at Yale will be held on April 13-14, 2019. The Global Health & Innovation Conference convenes nearly 2,000 participants and more than...

National Service-Learning Conference – Scholarships Available for Attending Conference

National Youth Leadership Council

The National Service-Learning Conference is excited to announce that the Qatar Foundation International is supporting scholarships to attend Nurturing Learners, Growing Leaders, the 30th Annual...

Grant Opportunities

The Edna Andrade Fund of The Philadelphia Foundation

Edna W. Andrade Fund

The Edna W. Andrade Fund — a Donor Advised Fund of The Philadelphia Foundation — is pleased to announce the availability of grants for local or national museums or nonprofit art...

PNC Arts Alive /PNC Arts Alive CONNECT

PNCBank

Now in its 10th year, PNC Arts Alive is a multi-million dollar funding initiative of The PNC Foundation designed to support visual and performing arts organizations and make the arts accessible to...

Compass Pro Bono Consulting

Compass

Compass is gearing up for its next round of Classic Projects and invites Greater Philadelphia area eligible nonprofits to contact them to talk about potential engagements. Compass offers pro bono...

Ezra Jack Keats Mini-Grants

Ezra Jack Keats Foundation

  EJK Mini-Grant offers funding of up to $500 and the opportunity to design and implement a creative program for your school or library. Deadline: March 31 Who: Public schools, public libraries,...

Job Opportunities/AmeriCorps Opportunities

Residential Support Staff

People's Emergency Center CDC

Department: Intake and Residential Services Classification: Non-Exempt Reports to: Manager, Department of Intake and Residential Services JOB DESCRIPTION Summary: Residential Support staff members...

Kitchen Assistant

People's Emergency Center CDC

JOB DESCRIPTION Summary: The Kitchen Assistant works with the Kitchen Manager on the preparation and planning of meals for PEC’s emergency housing kitchen located at Gloria’s Place and Rowan...

Manager, Kitchen and Food-Related Programming

People's Emergency Center CDC

Department:  Social Services Classification:  Exempt Reports to: Manager, Intake and Residential Services JOB DESCRIPTION Summary: The Manager of Kitchen and Food-Related Programming is responsible...

Service Expansion Manager, City of Philadelphia

City of Philadephia

The Office of Civic Engagement and Volunteer Service is hiring a Service Expansion Manager who will lead efforts in increasing the number of Service Year opportunities in Philadelphia. They will also...

SCEP WorkReady Specialist, North Light Community Center

North Light Community Center

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 enable...

Part-Time Financial Literacy/Entrepreneurship Instructor, Netter Center for Community Partnerships

Netter Center for Community Partnerships

The Netter Center for Community Partnerships at the University of Pennsylvania seeks candidates for an Instructor position in the Project Elevate program. Project Elevate will launch in March 2019;...

Part-Time After School Group Assistant, Sunrise of Philadelphia

Sunrise of Philadelphia

Sunrise of Philadelphia is an out-of-school time provider that supports youth who face adversity in discovering their strengths, experiencing success and preparing for their futures. Since 1999,...

After School Program Aide, Sunrise of Philadelphia

Sunrise of Philadelphia

Sunrise of Philadelphia is an out-of-school time provider that supports youth who face adversity in discovering their strengths, experiencing success and preparing for their futures. Since 1999,...

High School PYN Coordinator, Sunrise of Philadelphia

Sunrise of Philadelphia

The mission of Sunrise of Philadelphia is to support youth who face adversity to discover their strengths, experience success, and prepare for their future. Since 1999, we have provided high-quality...

Miscellaneous

Survey on Climate Change in Public Schools

University of Pennsylvania

Emma Shenton, a senior at the University of Pennsylvania and environmental studies major, is researching climate change education in middle school education for her thesis. She has created a survey...

Enriched Philly Launch Party Happy Hour

Enriched Schools

Enriched is a community talent hub that connects schools with the great talent that we have in our community. We are reimagining substitute teaching so that there is no learning time lost for kids....

Carnegie Community Engagement Classification Webinar and Q&A with John Saltmarsh & Georgina Manok

Brown University

March 19, 2019 – 12:00-1:00 pm EST – register here to participate. This 60 minute webinar is free and open to the public. It is specifically designed for campuses that are in the process...

Executive Leadership Certificate Program

Nonprofit Executive Leadership Institute

Get ready to bloom with a great group of colleagues through the Nonprofit Executive Leadership Certificate program! Participate in seminars focused on the challenges you face as a nonprofit leader...

At the Well Leadership Program for young women

At the Well Conferences

Applications are now open for the 2019 summer leadership programs. Please go to to learn more about the opportunities for students! All programs are open to students across the United States and...

College Success Network

Research Brief: Predominantly Black Institutions: Pathways to Black Student Educational Attainment

Center for Minority Serving Institutions

Executive Summary Predominantly Black Institutions (PBIs) account for 3% of all postsecondary institutions, yet enroll 9% of all Black college students (Office of Postsecondary Education, 2018)....

Report: Race & Ethnicity in Higher Education

American Council on Education

6 Key Findings From the ACE Report on Race & Ethnicity in Higher Ed By Zenia Henderson, Director of Member & Partner Engagement, National College Access Network Last month, the American...

Faculty Updates

Call for Submissions – Michigan Journal of Community Service-Learning

The Michigan Journal of Community Service-Learning

The Michigan Journal of Community Service-Learning (MJCSL) is an international, peer-reviewed, open access journal with faculty and administrator readers all over the world. It publishes articles on...

Global Health and Innovation Conference at Yale – April 13-14, 2019

Unite for Sight

The 16th annual Global Health & Innovation Conference at Yale will be held on April 13-14, 2019. The Global Health & Innovation Conference convenes nearly 2,000 participants and more than...

Barbara A. Holland Collection for Service Learning and Community Engagement

University of Nebraska Omaha

The Barbara A. Holland Collection for Service Learning and Community Engagement (SLCE) is both uniquely retrospective and comprehensive, offering the worlds largest physical collection in the field....

What Students Learn from Community-Based Learning Courses

HE-SL Listserv

View these mini-videos of undergraduates talking about what they learned from their community-based learning (CBL) courses. The videos were put together by a student intern. The first one focuses on...

Interested in Online Service-Learning?

HE-SL Listserv

Resources are available for learning more about online service-learning: Digital Service Learning Folder (includes Presentations & Materials: Digital Service Learning Project Ideas: …...

Carnegie Community Engagement Classification Webinar and Q&A with John Saltmarsh & Georgina Manok

Brown University

March 19, 2019 – 12:00-1:00 pm EST – register here to participate. This 60 minute webinar is free and open to the public. It is specifically designed for campuses that are in the process...

National Service-Learning Conference – Scholarships Available for Attending Conference

National Youth Leadership Council

The National Service-Learning Conference is excited to announce that the Qatar Foundation International is supporting scholarships to attend Nurturing Learners, Growing Leaders, the 30th Annual...

Bringing Theory to Practice Winter 2019 Newsletter

Bringing Theory to Practice

The Bringing Theory to Practice (BTtoP) Winter 2019 Newsletter is now available online. In this issue of our newsletter, we delve into a complex and expansive theme: technology and innovation. As our...

Resources for Colleges Seeking to Create More Voter Friendly Campuses

Students Learn Students Vote

Students Learn Students Vote has links to resources for college administrators seeking to create more voter friendly campuses. Some of the resources are: Strengthening American Democracy: A Guide for...


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