The week of

May 5, 2020

Other Local Events and Workshops

Save the Date: HIV Prevention and Education Virtual Conference – June 1-30

Philadelphia FIGHT

The Community Health Training Alliance presents HIV Prevention and Education Virtual Conference, Continuing the Work during the COVID-19 Pandemic, June 1-30, 2020 Philadelphia FIGHT’s 1st...

PACDA Webinar: Ten Steps to a Federal Job featuring Kathryn Troutman – May 15

Pennsylvania Career Development Association

Please join us for this upcoming virtual event: Ten Steps to a Federal Job featuring Kathryn Troutman, Federal Career Coach When: Friday, May 15, 2020, 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM (EDT) Where: Online...

Town Hall on pardons as an economic investment strategy – May 8

Economy League

Individuals who encounter the criminal justice system are, in many ways, permanently bound to and even defined by their criminal records. The formal and informal barriers created by a criminal record...

Virtual Session: Raising Philanthropic Capital in Uncertain Times – May 7

Chamber of Commerce for Greater Philadelphia

Join us for the first virtual session in our Nonprofits & COVID-19 series focused on how to utilize high-level strategies to raise philanthropic capital during uncertain times. The uncertainty...

New Resources

New Podcast on Service-Research from Mercer University

Mercer University

Mercer University’s Research that Reaches Out office has launched a new podcast that tells the stories of how faculty and staff are working with students to deepen learning and address...

Final Edition of Partnerships: A Journal of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement

North Carolina Campus Compact

Read the latest and final edition of Partnerships: A Journal of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement, North Carolina Campus Compact’s peer-reviewed, online journal, hosted by the University of...

Podcast: The Class Ceiling: How Privilege Shapes British Careers

Andrea Mictchell Center

REVERBERATIONS OF INEQUALITY  Interviewer: MATTHEW BERKMAN. Even in the United Kingdom, with its longstanding reputation for rigid class distinctions, the common presumption in the twenty-first...

MOVING FORWARD: The Post Covid-19 Resiliency Series

LaSalle Nonprofit Center

Some people would say that the measure of a crisis is how you come out the other side. The Nonprofit Center wants to make sure you meet that other side strong and head high. That’s why we created...

Free COVID-19 Courses – CDC Guideline for Schools, Day Camps, Businesses & Child Care Centers

CyberWorx

CypherWorx () has created FOUR mini courses filled with useful information based on CDC guidelines as well as downloadable PDFs (check lists for cleaning, posters with information about how to...

Virtual Resources Now Available for All Philadelphia Career Seekers

Philadelphia Works

As Pennsylvania prepares to return to some sense of normalcy under Governor Wolf’s phased reopening plan, Philadelphia Works (PhilaWorks), the state’s largest workforce development board, has...

Professor addresses student, faculty difficulties amid COVID-19

The University of Illinois

Toni Marie Burkhalter, senior instructor in Food Science and Human Nutrition and advisor in human nutrition, recently made a video titled “COVID-19 What Your Students Are Not Telling You.” As a...

The Neighborhoods Most Affected by Job Losses Related to COVID-19 – Philadelphia Fed

Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

COVID-19-related business shutdowns have caused more than 26 million Americans to file for jobless benefits in just four weeks’ time. Our new research examines where these unemployed workers live...

Webinar Series – Communities in Partnership: Ensuring Equity in the Time of COVID19

Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH)

The importance of partnerships in crisis is front and center as we confront the global COVID-19 pandemic. Community-Campus Partnerships for Health and the Center for Health Equity Research at the...

Promising Practices in Youth Civic and Political Engagement

Brandeis University

Civic engagement is at the heart of what The Segal Program, our Fellows, and our larger Network are about as citizen leaders. We emphasize the importance of civic engagement in our curriculum and our...

PA Guidance and Resources for School Communities

PA Department of Education

Mitigation efforts related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Pennsylvania have required everyone to work within rapidly changing, complex circumstances which create a variety of unique situations and...

STEM Resources for Teachers

Philadelphia Education Fund

The Philadelphia Education Fund is providing this resource list as a continuation of our ongoing STEM programs for students, teachers, and professionals who volunteer in schools. For more...

PhillyGoes2College – COVID-19 Resource Guide

Philadelphia Education Fund

In 2017, the Philadelphia Education Fund launched PhillyGoes2College to serve as a resource for students and families interested in learning more the process of applying, financing, and enrolling in...

Health Insurance Coverage in Southeastern PA

United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey

Even before COVID-19, number of uninsured up in PA The number of Southeastern Pennsylvania (SEPA) adults without health insurance increased from in 2015 to 11% in 2018. Approximately 277,500 adults...

Free Library of Philadelphia – Virtual Programming Page

Free Library of Philadelphia

We miss being with our library customers for in-person visits, but until our neighborhood libraries open again, we’re excited to bring you some of your favorite offerings online! That’s right:...

Food and Housing Insecurity Among Philadelphia College Students: A #RealCollegePHL Report

The Hope Center

We wanted to share our new report released this morning: Food and Housing Insecurity Among Philadelphia College Students: A #RealCollegePHL Report. The report is based on survey research conducted...

Miscellaneous

Webinar: Public Viewpoint Survey: COVID-19 Impact by Job Field – May 6

Strada Education Network

The COVID-19 crisis has left millions of Americans without work. As workers struggle to adapt, millions will be looking to reskill, change jobs—or even change careers. The Public Viewpoint survey...

Webinar: Flattening the the COVID-19 “infodemic” curve – May 7

Knight Foundation

VISION continues our multi-episode deep dive into the dark and disturbing world of COVID-19 misinformation. In Episode 3, UCLA’s Safiya Umoja Noble joins us to discuss flattening the infodemic...

Webinar: Potential solutions to the crisis in local news – May 6

Aspen Institute

Local news, in crisis before the pandemic, is now facing a cataclysm. Advertising has plummeted. Print has no market. And consolidation has driven record cuts. At stake is not just jobs, but the...

Webinar: Rebuilding Public Life after COVID-19 – May 5

Knight Foundation

Coast to Coast, a new weekly Knight show, will take a deep dive into cities and explore ideas and insights on building engaging communities in a time of rapid change. Each week, we’ll interview...

Virtual Discussion: First Amendment disrupted? The state of free expression in the U.S. – May 5

Knight Foundation

As the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way institutions across society operate, free expression is as important as ever. Join Knight Foundation and Gallup for First Amendment Disrupted? The State...

Webinar: Pandemic Call and Response: Black Queer & Trans Communities – May 6

Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH)

Join us May 6th for the next edition of our Webinar Series: Pandemic Call and Response: Black Queer & Trans Communities Join us as this week’s speakers share from their lived and learned...

Webinars: Inspired to Serve – Impact on K-12 Education or Higher Education with Service-Learning Focus

National Commission on Military National and Public Service

The National Commission on Military, National, and Public Service () is the first entity in American history charged with conducting a comprehensive and holistic review of all forms of service to the...

Applications Open for Virtual Access Program – Free SAT Prep, College Admissions Support & More

Let's Get Ready

Let’s Get Ready is committed to helping your students to and through college. Join us this summer for our Virtual Access Program to receive free SAT prep, college admissions support, and...

New Webinar Series – Coast to Coast: Episode 1: Public Life Has Disappeared – May 5

The Knight Foundation

COVID-19 is rapidly changing the way we think about communities and forcing us to think about new ways to build engaging places where people want to live. Innovations and new approaches are popping...

Financial Aid Webinars – May 7, 14 or 21

PHEAA

PHEAA continues to receive great interest in Financial Aid Webinars – as a result, we will be offering additional webinars in May on the following dates from 6-7 pm: May 7, 14 and 21. Please...

Webinar: Local School District Revenue and COVID-19 – May 6

PA Schools Work

The COVID-19 pandemic has created new challenges for school districts, with distance learning being the most obvious. But COVID-19 will also create financial difficulties for all school districts....

Decision Education Fellowship for Teachers – May 24

Alliance for Decision Education

Alliance for Decision Education is offering a fellowship to teachers. We are seeking teachers who are interested in designing critical thinking and decision making lessons that can be incorporated...

Freedom Summer 2020 – Summer Course and Voter Engagement Outreach

UC Berkley Public Service Center

In a time of global pandemic, the 2020 election – the most historic election of our lives – is in peril. Students can and must help protect our democracy this year. Freedom Summer 2020...

Job Opportunities/AmeriCorps Opportunities

Visiting Lecturer Diversity Fellowship Program, Community College of Philadelphia

Community College of Philadelphia

Community College of Philadelphia is offering Visiting Lecturer Diversity Fellowship Opportunities for Biology, Nursing, Early Childhood Education, Accounting, and Marketing degree holders. We offer...

Full-Time Tutor & Mentor, City Year AmeriCorps Member

City Year Greater Philadelphia

WHAT YOU’LL DO Your service will focus on helping students get and/or remain on track to graduate by providing academic support, delivering behavior and attendance coaching and encouraging student...

College Counseling/Seminar Teacher, KIPP Philadelphia Schools

KIPP Philadelphia Charter Schools

Reporting to the Managing Director of KIPP Through College and the School Leader of KIPP DuBois Collegiate Academy, the College Counselor/Seminar Teacher is part of the college counseling team at...

Program Director, Chester Upland Youth Soccer

Chester Upland Youth Soccer

Chester Upland Youth Soccer provides after-school and weekend soccer programming, mentorship and nutrition education for nearly 500 at-risk children in suburban Philadelphia. We are hiring a Program...

Grant Opportunities

Helping Hands Grants Program for med students – May 31

American Psychiatric Association Foundation

American Psychiatric Association Foundation Invites Applications for Helping Hands Grants Program The American Psychiatric Association Foundation is inviting applications for its Helping Hands Grants...

Small Grants Program for healthy food, environment, communities – June 1

Clif Bar Family Foundation

Clif Bar Family Foundation Invites Applications for Small Grants The Clif Bar Family Foundation was established in 2006 to support grassroots groups with inspiring ideas and limited funds. To that...

Valentine Foundation for women and girls – June 30

Valentine Foundation

The Valentine Foundation has opened its grant application process for 2020. You can read about the foundation process and timeline by going to our website The Valentine Foundation has advocated for...

Philadelphia Emergency Fund for Stabilization of Early Education

Reinvestment Fund

Reinvestment Fund offers grant funds to ECE programs The Philadelphia Emergency Fund for Stabilization of Early Education (PEFSEE) aims to ensure that Philadelphia’s early learning sector can...

Faculty Updates

New Podcast on Service-Research from Mercer University

Mercer University

Mercer University’s Research that Reaches Out office has launched a new podcast that tells the stories of how faculty and staff are working with students to deepen learning and address...

Final Edition of Partnerships: A Journal of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement

North Carolina Campus Compact

Read the latest and final edition of Partnerships: A Journal of Service-Learning and Civic Engagement, North Carolina Campus Compact’s peer-reviewed, online journal, hosted by the University of...

Webinars: Inspired to Serve – Impact on K-12 Education or Higher Education with Service-Learning Focus

National Commission on Military National and Public Service

The National Commission on Military, National, and Public Service () is the first entity in American history charged with conducting a comprehensive and holistic review of all forms of service to the...

Professor addresses student, faculty difficulties amid COVID-19

The University of Illinois

Toni Marie Burkhalter, senior instructor in Food Science and Human Nutrition and advisor in human nutrition, recently made a video titled “COVID-19 What Your Students Are Not Telling You.” As a...

Promising Practices in Youth Civic and Political Engagement

Brandeis University

Civic engagement is at the heart of what The Segal Program, our Fellows, and our larger Network are about as citizen leaders. We emphasize the importance of civic engagement in our curriculum and our...

Freedom Summer 2020 – Summer Course and Voter Engagement Outreach

UC Berkley Public Service Center

In a time of global pandemic, the 2020 election – the most historic election of our lives – is in peril. Students can and must help protect our democracy this year. Freedom Summer 2020...

Food and Housing Insecurity Among Philadelphia College Students: A #RealCollegePHL Report

The Hope Center

We wanted to share our new report released this morning: Food and Housing Insecurity Among Philadelphia College Students: A #RealCollegePHL Report. The report is based on survey research conducted...

Democratic Engagement

Freedom Summer 2020 – Summer Course and Voter Engagement Outreach

UC Berkley Public Service Center

In a time of global pandemic, the 2020 election – the most historic election of our lives – is in peril. Students can and must help protect our democracy this year. Freedom Summer 2020...

College Success Network

Applications Open for Virtual Access Program – Free SAT Prep, College Admissions Support & More

Let's Get Ready

Let’s Get Ready is committed to helping your students to and through college. Join us this summer for our Virtual Access Program to receive free SAT prep, college admissions support, and...

Financial Aid Webinars – May 7, 14 or 21

PHEAA

PHEAA continues to receive great interest in Financial Aid Webinars – as a result, we will be offering additional webinars in May on the following dates from 6-7 pm: May 7, 14 and 21. Please...

PhillyGoes2College – COVID-19 Resource Guide

Philadelphia Education Fund

In 2017, the Philadelphia Education Fund launched PhillyGoes2College to serve as a resource for students and families interested in learning more the process of applying, financing, and enrolling in...

Partnerships Classifieds

Volunteers Needed for SEAMAAC Food Distribution and Delivery during COVID-19

SEAMAAC

SEAMAAC needs volunteers at their new food distribution system, through which they are supporting tons of immigrant families all over South Philadelphia. They run a city food site, the best one in...

Call for Volunteers: Serve in Support Roles for Behavioral Health Services – Coping First Aid

Penn Medicine

Due to a heightened need for mental health support among healthcare workers and hospital staff, we are seeking volunteers to serve as mental health first-responders in the Penn hospital system....

Host a Free Summer Intern

Philadelphia Education Fund

The national conversation on the COVID-19 pandemic is slowly shifting from self-quarantine to a possible re-opening of the economy. And, for the students we serve at the Philadelphia Education Fund,...


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