The week of

February 18, 2020

PHENND Events/Activities

Apply for the Lindy Award for Excellence in K-16 Partnerships – May 1

PHENND

The Phillip B. Lindy Award aims to recognize a collaborative partnership between at least one K-12 school and one university. This award will be given to the entire partnership, not an individual....

Other Local Events and Workshops

Network for Public Education Action Annual Conference – Mar 28-29

Network for Public Education

CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 Philadelphia March 28-29, 2020 The Network for Public Education Action was founded in 2013 by Diane Ravitch and Anthony Cody. We are an advocacy group whose whose mission is...

We All Wear Purple: A Faith Based Response to Domestic Abuse – Mar 5

Laurel House

Laurel House presents this educational workshop for counselors and ordained or lay professionals working with their faith communities. Date and Time: Thursday, March 5, 2020, 8:00 AM—12:30 PM...

Adult Student College, Career and Community Fair – Feb 25

One Bright Ray Community High School

Local colleges, trade schools, career training programs, social supports and more at One Bright Ray’s Mansion Adult Campus. Dress to impress and bring copies of your updated resume! Date and...

Key Skills Hub Orientation for Nonprofits – Feb 26

Philadelphia Foundation

Philadelphia Foundation has introduced an online tool that connects nonprofits with professionals who want to donate their skills, pro bono. The Key Skills Hub is a skills-based volunteer platform,...

Key Skills Hub Volunteer Social and Information Session – Feb 25

Philadelphia Foundation

Learn how to leverage your expertise with the Philadelphia Foundation’s newest tool in support of capacity building for local area nonprofits. The Key Skills Hub is a virtual marketplace where...

K-12 Educators of Color Spring 2020 Meet and Mingle! – Mar 19

Villanova University

You are cordially invited to the spring 2020 Educators of Color gathering, Villanova University. This networking event aims to build a strong community of support among local  K-12 educators of...

DVCEE Educators of Color Recruitment Fair – Apr 22

University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education

The annual Delaware Valley Consortium for Excellence and Equity (DVCEE) Educators of Color Recruitment Fair is for teachers and administrators of color who are interested in exploring career...

Game Night & Book Drive Fundraiser – Apr 21

The World Was Made for You

Nahjee Grant Invites You to Game Night & Book Drive Fundraiser Date and Time: April 21st | 5:30-8 PM Location: Philadelphia Country Club, 1601 Spring Mill Road, Gladwyne, PA 19035 Please Register...

HigHER Lancaster – Apr 21

PA Consortium for the Liberal Arts

HigHER Lancaster, April 21st 2020 at Spooky Nook Sports The Pennsylvania Consortium for the Liberal Arts (PCLA) () is partnering with Wisr () to bring their “HigHER” summit series of professional...

Step Into College: Philadelphia’s Pre-College Conference – Mar 6-7

Steppingstone Scholars

Location: University of the Sciences – McNeil Science & Technology Center Date: March 6 & 7, 2020 The Step Into College Conference is a two-day college access conference that provides...

New Resources

Podcast: Values-Based Philanthropy

Stanford Social Innovation Review

In a new episode of Giving With Impact (), SSIR‘s publisher Michael Voss, Jodi Morris of Connecting Growth Globally, and Eddie Brown of Schwab Advisor Family Office discuss strategies for...

2020 Foreclosure Prevention Resource Guide

Urban Affairs Coalition

The Foreclosure Task Force has worked to update a new version of the 2020 Foreclosure Prevention Resource Guide to provide to community leaders and advocates for understanding the foreclosure...

Catch Up with the ALL IN Challenge Forbes Channel, Civic Nation

ALL IN Democracy Challenge

Civic Nation uses organizing, engagement, and public awareness to address some of our nation’s most pressing challenges. We work with public and private partners to inspire, educate, and...

New Book: A University Assisted Community Schools Approach to Understanding Social Problems and Social Justice

Nova Science Publishers

A University Assisted Community Schools Approach to Understanding Social Problems and Social Justice Author: Robert F. Kronick, PhD, Professor, Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling...

New Article: The Power of Community School Councils in Urban Schools

Taylor & Francis

Read the Peabody Journal of Education article, “The Power of Community School Councils in Urban Schools” by Jim Grim, Monica Medina, Gayle Cosby and Rita Broadnax: Demand for school reform,...

On-Campus Food Recovery Efforts

HE-SL Listserv

A recent posting on the HE-SL (Higher Education-Service Learning) Listserv expressed an interest in learning about robust on-campus food recovery efforts. Here are some responses: Craig at Eastern...

Miscellaneous

Nominate a Student: Develop Future Leaders with the Civic Education Project

Civic Education Project

CEP is seeking nominations for students in grades 7-12 for our “eye-opening, life-changing” spring & summer program opportunities! Students gain hands-on experience in communities...

Free Webinar: Nonprofit Trends, Challenges, and Opportunities with Technology – Feb 25

Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR)

This complimentary SSIR Live! program on February 25, 2020, 2-3 PM, will share major findings from the latest Nonprofit Trends Report, which gathered insights from more than 725 nonprofit leaders...

NSEE John S. Duley Lifetime Achievement Award – Mar 1

National Society for Experiential Education

This NSEE award, established in 2012 and named for Professor Emeritus John S. Duley, celebrates the remarkable professional life of this NSEE Pioneer and Distinguished Scholar.  His impressive...

NSEE Diversity & Inclusion Scholarship – Mar 1

National Society for Experiential Education

The National Society for Experiential Education is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in its membership and program offerings. Our vision is to expand the perspectives shared and voices...

Call for Nominations: NSEE Awards of Excellence – Mar 1

National Society for Experiential Education

NSEE Awards of Excellence, Diversity & Inclusion Scholarship and the John S. Duley Lifetime Achievement Award – All nominations are due Sunday, March 1, 2020 Each year, the National Society...

Webinar: Leveraging Data to Close the Higher Education Opportunity Gap – Mar 4

University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education

For the past decade, Georgia State University has been at the leading edge of demographic shifts in the southeast. While doubling the numbers of non-white and low-income students it enrolls, the...

Webinar: Engineering Equity in K12 STEM Education – Feb 20

University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education

All students in preK-12 classrooms should be engaged in engineering and science learning. The diversity of student ideas and experiences in today’s classrooms represents an opportunity to foster a...

2020 Campus Action Plans for Strengthening American Democracy – May 31

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge

We are thrilled to have already received a total of 172 campus action plans for 2020! Thank you to all of the campuses that submitted their draft plans. Be on the lookout for feedback based on the...

Webinar: How Students Can Help Each Other Persist by Sharing Their Stories – Mar 4

Get Schooled

The #WeBelongInCollege social media campaign will launch on March 9. This campaign, hosted by Get Schooled and the creators of the film “Personal Statement,” will encourage high school and...

Job Opportunities/AmeriCorps Opportunities

Assistant Project Director, Gateway to College

Community College of Philadelphia

Community College of Philadelphia is dedicated to promoting a work environment which attracts and retains talented and diverse faculty and staff, and which challenges each of us to achieve at the...

Project & Client Manager

Witty Gritty

Witty Gritty is seeking an enthusiastic and detail-oriented Project & Client Manager to join our team on a short-term with the possibility to continue or grow into a long-term position. As the...

Community Engagement Coordinator

Witty Gritty

Witty Gritty is seeking an enthusiastic and connected Community Engagement Coordinator to join our team on a short-term basis with the possibility to continue or grow into a long-term position. As...

Senior Research Participant Recruiter (SRPR)

University of Pittsburgh

The University of Pittsburgh is seeking a full-time Senior Research Participant Recruiter to work in Philadelphia. The Senior Research Participant Recruiter (SRPR) will be a part of the “All of...

Urban Health Policy Fellow, City of Philadelphia

City of Philadelphia

The Philadelphia Department of Public Health (PDPH), with some 900 staff and a budget of $350 million, promotes and protects the health of all Philadelphians and provides a safety net for the most...

Child Development Assoc. Coordinator/Instructor, YouthBuild Philadelphia Charter School

YouthBuild Philadelphia Charter School

Mission YouthBuild Philadelphia Charter School’s mission is to empower young adults (18-20 year-olds) to develop skills and connect to opportunities by fostering an environment of love,...

Communications Coordinator: Community Outreach and External Affairs (Full-time)

School District of Philadelphia

The Office of School Safety seeks a communications professional to lead internal and external communications, and related special projects. Job Summary This is administrative and managerial work in...

Student Organizing Fellowship with #PoorPeoplesArmy

Poor People's Economic Human Rights Campaign

As a student interested in social justice, class struggle, and fighting oppression, you can gain hands-on experience through this fellowship working alongside poor and homeless leaders in the Poor...

Bicycle Coalition Bike Share Community Liaison (Temporary – Part-Time)

Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia

For the past forty-eight years, the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia has advocated for better bicycling infrastructure, access, and opportunity – promoting safety and community health. Our...

Bicycle Coalition Bilingual Bike Share Community Liaison

Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia

For the past forty-eight years, the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia has advocated for better bicycling infrastructure, access, and opportunity – promoting safety and community health. Our...

Bicycle Coalition Bilingual Trainer (Contract Employee)

Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia

For the past forty-eight years, the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia has advocated for better bicycling infrastructure, access, and opportunity – promoting safety and community health. Our...

Grant Opportunities

Causality Brand Marketing Grant – Feb 21

Causality

Apply now for Full and Matching grants for branding, creative services and web site design. These service grants are open to #nonprofits, #government agencies, #nationalservice and #education....

Health Information Outreach Award – Apr 10

National Network of Libraries of Medicine

National Network of Libraries of Medicine Accepting Applications for Health Information Outreach Award The National Network of Libraries of Medicine, a unit of the National Institutes of Health,...

Innovative K-12 Education Practices – Mar 15

Braitmayer Foundation

Braitmayer Foundation Accepting LOIs for Innovative K-12 Education Practices Established in 1964, the Braitmayer Foundation in Marion, Massachusetts, encourages innovative programs to enhance the...

Transformative Urban Climate Projects – May 7

World Resources Institute

WRI Ross Center Prize for Cities 2020-21 Accepting Applications for Transformative Urban Climate Projects The WRI Ross Center Prize for Cities, an initiative of the World Resources Institute and the...

Faculty Updates

NSEE John S. Duley Lifetime Achievement Award – Mar 1

National Society for Experiential Education

This NSEE award, established in 2012 and named for Professor Emeritus John S. Duley, celebrates the remarkable professional life of this NSEE Pioneer and Distinguished Scholar.  His impressive...

NSEE Diversity & Inclusion Scholarship – Mar 1

National Society for Experiential Education

The National Society for Experiential Education is committed to diversity, equity, and inclusion in its membership and program offerings. Our vision is to expand the perspectives shared and voices...

Call for Nominations: NSEE Awards of Excellence – Mar 1

National Society for Experiential Education

NSEE Awards of Excellence, Diversity & Inclusion Scholarship and the John S. Duley Lifetime Achievement Award – All nominations are due Sunday, March 1, 2020 Each year, the National Society...

Catch Up with the ALL IN Challenge Forbes Channel, Civic Nation

ALL IN Democracy Challenge

Civic Nation uses organizing, engagement, and public awareness to address some of our nation’s most pressing challenges. We work with public and private partners to inspire, educate, and...

2020 Campus Action Plans for Strengthening American Democracy – May 31

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge

We are thrilled to have already received a total of 172 campus action plans for 2020! Thank you to all of the campuses that submitted their draft plans. Be on the lookout for feedback based on the...

New Book: A University Assisted Community Schools Approach to Understanding Social Problems and Social Justice

Nova Science Publishers

A University Assisted Community Schools Approach to Understanding Social Problems and Social Justice Author: Robert F. Kronick, PhD, Professor, Department of Educational Psychology and Counseling...

New Article: The Power of Community School Councils in Urban Schools

Taylor & Francis

Read the Peabody Journal of Education article, “The Power of Community School Councils in Urban Schools” by Jim Grim, Monica Medina, Gayle Cosby and Rita Broadnax: Demand for school reform,...

On-Campus Food Recovery Efforts

HE-SL Listserv

A recent posting on the HE-SL (Higher Education-Service Learning) Listserv expressed an interest in learning about robust on-campus food recovery efforts. Here are some responses: Craig at Eastern...

Frontiers of Social Innovation 2020 – May 12-14

Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR)

Postponed until Spring 2021 due to Covid-19. Join us at Frontiers of Social Innovation, 12-14 May 2020, Stanford University. Registration is open! Why should you attend Frontiers of Social...

2020 Global Solutions Lab – June 21-29

Global Solutions Lab

2020 Global Solutions Lab: Climate Change, Sustainable Development & Design for Eliminating Poverty by 2030, June 21-29, 2020, United Nations, NY & Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia, PA....

Democratic Engagement

Nominate a Student: Develop Future Leaders with the Civic Education Project

Civic Education Project

CEP is seeking nominations for students in grades 7-12 for our “eye-opening, life-changing” spring & summer program opportunities! Students gain hands-on experience in communities...

Catch Up with the ALL IN Challenge Forbes Channel, Civic Nation

ALL IN Democracy Challenge

Civic Nation uses organizing, engagement, and public awareness to address some of our nation’s most pressing challenges. We work with public and private partners to inspire, educate, and...

2020 Campus Action Plans for Strengthening American Democracy – May 31

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge

We are thrilled to have already received a total of 172 campus action plans for 2020! Thank you to all of the campuses that submitted their draft plans. Be on the lookout for feedback based on the...

National Conferences & Calls for Proposal

Frontiers of Social Innovation 2020 – May 12-14

Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR)

Postponed until Spring 2021 due to Covid-19. Join us at Frontiers of Social Innovation, 12-14 May 2020, Stanford University. Registration is open! Why should you attend Frontiers of Social...

Call for Presenters: PACDC Equitable Development Conference – Mar 4

Philadelphia Association of Community Development Corporations

2020 Forward Equitable Development Conference Call for Presenters – Philadelphia does better when we all do better. PACDC’s Community Development Leadership Institute is accepting proposals...

2020 Global Solutions Lab – June 21-29

Global Solutions Lab

2020 Global Solutions Lab: Climate Change, Sustainable Development & Design for Eliminating Poverty by 2030, June 21-29, 2020, United Nations, NY & Chestnut Hill College, Philadelphia, PA....

College Success Network

Webinar: How Students Can Help Each Other Persist by Sharing Their Stories – Mar 4

Get Schooled

The #WeBelongInCollege social media campaign will launch on March 9. This campaign, hosted by Get Schooled and the creators of the film “Personal Statement,” will encourage high school and...

Partnerships Classifieds

Call for Presenters: Adult Student College, Career, and Community Fair – Feb 25

One Bright Ray Community High School

One Bright Ray Community High School’s Mansion Adult Campus extends an invitation for you to share with our students some information about your institution, programs and services, or career path...

Phila. Education Fund (PEF) Volunteer Information Session – Feb 25

Philadelphia Education Fund

Do you have a willingness to engage with the students we serve through our college access and college persistence programming? The Philadelphia Education Fund supports nearly 6,000 students and...


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