The week of

July 16, 2019

Other Local Events and Workshops

Free Prof’l Development from Penn Museum – Unpacking the Past: China Program Preview (6th-8th grade teachers in Phila. Title I Schools), Aug. 13

Penn Museum

Unpacking the Past: China Program Preview (6th-8th grade teachers in Philadelphia Title I Schools), Tuesday, August 13, 2019, 8:30 am – 3:00 pm, FREE, Penn Museum, Group Entrance, 3260 South...

Free Professional Development from Penn Museum, Inquiry into China (3rd – 5th grade teachers in Title I Schools), Aug. 7

Penn Museum

Inquiry into China: Program Preview (3rd – 5th grade teachers in Title I Schools), Wednesday, August 7, 2019, 10:30 am – 5:00 pm, FREE, Penn Museum, Group Entrance, 3260 South Street,...

11th Annual Beer Summit on Race Relations, July 30

Global Citizen

Our Tuesday, July 30, 11th annual Beer Summit on Race is fast approaching and will bring together a diverse cross-section of our community to address this year’s topic: Anti-Racism: Deconstructing...

Public Policy Lab Inaugural Symposium, Temple University, Sept. 5

Temple University

Date and Time: Thursday, September 5, 2019, 8:30am – 5:00pm Location: Howard Gittis Student Center, Room 200C, 1755 N. 13th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19122 Join us for a day-long symposium...

RSVP for Philadelphia Foundation Key to Community Grants Reveal Party, July 31

Philadelphia Foundation

Date and Time: Wednesday, July 31, 2019, 5:00 – 7:00 PM Location: Comcast Technology Center, 1800 Arch Street, 27th Floor, Philadelphia, PA 19103 Please RSVP by Friday, July 26th. Celebrate with us...

Philadelphia FIGHT’s PrEP Week, July 15-20

Philadelphia FIGHT

Calling all community members and medical and healthcare professionals! Join us for Philadelpia FIGHT’s PrEP Week, July 15-20, 2019. This series of events is held in mid-July to commemorate the...

Mochas & Mentoring, Aug. 8

MENTOR Independence Region

Date and Time: Thursday, August 8, 2019, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM Location: 123 South Broad Street, Suite 1050, Philadelphia, PA 19109 Does your mentoring program work with middle school youth? Do you...

Summer Workshop for Youth: Getting Ready for High School – Aug 19-23

The Murals of the Mind Project

NEW – SCHOLARSHIPS NOW AVAILABLE WANTED: Youth Getting Ready for High School Low Cost High School Readiness Program for Students aged 11-14 10:00am-3:00pm August 19 – 23, 2019 Do you know a...

New Resources

new online Service-Learning Community

National Youth Leadership Council

We have big news. The National Youth Leadership Council is pleased to announce the launch of our new online Service-Learning Community. NYLC’s online community is for youth (13 and older) and...

Single Stop Final Impact and Implementation Report, College Initiative

Metis Associates

Getting a college degree is more important than ever in order to achieve success in the workplace. However, large proportions of students drop out of college every year for financial reasons. Single...

Free Expression on College Campuses

John S. and James L. Knight Foundation

On May 13, 2019, Knight Foundation released the report, “Free Expression on College Campuses.” As college students across the United States continue to test the limits and protections of...

Bringing International Reporting into the Classroom

Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting

Bringing International Reporting into the Classroom: A Webinar for Educators Looking for ways to incorporate global news into your classroom? This recorded webinar, attended live by 325 educators...

A Path from Access to Success: Interim Findings from the Detroit Promise Path Evaluation

MDRC

Detroit’s College Promise program, launched in 2013, was designed to encourage college attendance among more high school graduates in Detroit, Mich. To explore how to help students succeed after...

Parents in College: By the Numbers

Institute for Women's Policy Research

The Institute for Women’s Policy Research, in partnership with Ascend at the Aspen Institute, recently authored “Parents in College: By the Numbers,” a fact sheet exploring new...

10 Ideas 2019: A Journal of Student-Generated Ideas

Roosevelt Institute

10 Ideas 2019: A Journal of Student-Generated Ideas from Across the Roosevelt Network The Roosevelt Network trains, develops, and supports emerging progressive policymakers, researchers, and...

Dialogue Institute Annual Report

Temple University

Visit Take a look at our 2017-2018 Annual Report to find out about all of the exciting new changes at the Dialogue Institute. Mission The Dialogue Institute engages religious, civic, and academic...

Miscellaneous

Excellence in the Teaching of Economics Award – Jun 18

Council for Economic Education

Council for Economic Education Invites Nominations for Excellence in the Teaching of Economics Award For nearly seventy years, the mission of the Council for Economic Education has been to teach K-12...

Free Webinar: How to Know if Your Grant Program is Working, June 13

Nonprofit Learning Lab

Free Nonprofit Webinar – June 19, 2019, 1-2 PM. Building a grants program is both high-stakes and time-intensive. But how can you tell if your grants program is working and raising as much...

Hosting High School Interns for PEF’s Summer WorkReady Program

Philadelphia Education Fund

The summer is fast approaching and area high school students will be completing their school year and on the hunt for summer employment.  The Philadelphia Education Fund is excited to announce that...

Webinar: Developing a High Quality Action Plan Series #3, June 20

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge

Join us on June 20, 2019, 1 PM, for the third webinar in a six-part series designed to help you navigate the process of developing a high-quality action plan using the Strengthening American...

Job Opportunities/AmeriCorps Opportunities

Fall legal fellowship for law school graduate

Philadelphia VIP

FOSTER, FLOWERS AND ZIOMEK LEGAL FELLOWSHIP: Twelve-week, full-time, paid fellowship for a 2019 law school graduate Philadelphia VIP, the hub of pro bono in Philadelphia, recruits, trains, and...

Family Literacy Educator, GrandFamily Literacy Program

SOWN

SOWN is seeking a Family Literacy Educator to provide a range of family literacy services for grandparents and the grandchildren aged 3-8 that they are raising. The educator will also participate in...

Assistant Director for K12 Partnerships, Rutgers Camden

Rutgers Camden

Recognized nationally for its work, the Office of Civic Engagement connects Rutgers University–Camden to communities beyond the campus. Working with community partners, the office supports efforts...

Teaching Artist Apprenticeship Program

St. Augustine Academy After School Program

St. Augustine Academy After School Program (no religious affiliation), located in Norristown, PA, is seeking 3 apprentices to complete a 9 month training program over the course of the 2019-2020...

Academic Services Administrator

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 admission...

Enrollment Coordinator at Independence Charter School

Independence Charter School

Independence Charter School (ICS) is a community-based K-8 public charter school of academic excellence, centrally located in Philadelphia and serving a diverse community of learners. ICS provides an...

Grant Opportunities

Education Research Grants – Jun 20

Spencer Foundation

Spencer Foundation Invites Proposals for Education Research Grants The Spencer Foundation, the only national foundation focused exclusively on supporting education research, is accepting applications...

Big Ideas for Arts Organizations – Oct 1

GKV Foundation

GKV Foundation Invites LOIs From Arts Organizations With ‘Big Ideas’ The GKV Foundation supports individual development and related community impact through the use of a range of artistic media,...

Community-Based Arts Projects – Jun 20

Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance

Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance Invites Applications for Community-Based Arts Projects The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance works to lead, strengthen, and amplify the voices of a...

Partnering with Systems to Disrupt Dehumanization Program – Jun 6

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

RWJF Invites Proposals for Partnering with Systems to Disrupt Dehumanization Program Through a broad set of investments collectively called Forward Promise, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation works...

Compass Client Application Now Open for 2019-2020 Classic Projects

Compass Philly

Compass is gearing up for our next round of Classic Projects and invites Greater Philadelphia area eligible nonprofits to apply for a potential consulting engagement. Compass offers pro bono...

Faculty Updates

Single Stop Final Impact and Implementation Report, College Initiative

Metis Associates

Getting a college degree is more important than ever in order to achieve success in the workplace. However, large proportions of students drop out of college every year for financial reasons. Single...

Reflection Workshop for Service-Learning / Civic Engagement Faculty, June 12

Campus Compact of New York and Pennsylvania

We are pleased to offer this workshop on reflection as a teaching / learning strategy in collaboration with NYPA Campus Compact. Although the workshop is primarily geared to faculty members who have...

National Conferences & Calls for Proposal

Cross-Cultural Facilitation Skills

Stir Fry Seminars

Facilitated by Lee Mun Wah & Rainbow Markell Two sessions to choose from: June 19-23 OR July 17-21 Wednesday: 2pm-9pm; Thursday-Saturday: 8am-5pm; Sunday: 8am-2pm Quan Yin Training Center 2311...

Reflection Workshop for Service-Learning / Civic Engagement Faculty, June 12

Campus Compact of New York and Pennsylvania

We are pleased to offer this workshop on reflection as a teaching / learning strategy in collaboration with NYPA Campus Compact. Although the workshop is primarily geared to faculty members who have...

Health Equity Summer Intensive – Jun 10-11

University of North Carolina

June 10-11, 2019 in Chapel Hill, NC, USA UNC Center for Health Equity Research is hosting the first annual Health Equity Summer Intensive, a two-day training on innovative methods and approaches to...

College Success Network

A Path from Access to Success: Interim Findings from the Detroit Promise Path Evaluation

MDRC

Detroit’s College Promise program, launched in 2013, was designed to encourage college attendance among more high school graduates in Detroit, Mich. To explore how to help students succeed after...

Parents in College: By the Numbers

Institute for Women's Policy Research

The Institute for Women’s Policy Research, in partnership with Ascend at the Aspen Institute, recently authored “Parents in College: By the Numbers,” a fact sheet exploring new...

Partnerships Classifieds

Steering Committee members wanted, Rutgers-Camden Writers House

Rutgers University

The Rutgers-Camden Writers House invites applications/nominations for members of our Steering Committee, deadline July 1. The Writers House is a joint campus and community space dedicated to...

various volunteer opportunities, TechGirlz

TechGirlz

Instructors & Instructor Assistants Note: All volunteers must have completed background clearances on file with TechGirlz before committing to a volunteer opportunity. May 25th, 11:00 AM-2:00 PM,...


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