The week of

May 19, 2020

PHENND Events/Activities

A Critical Look at AmeriCorps VISTA – May 21

PHENND

Thu, May 21, 2020 1:00 PM Emma Copley Eisenberg recently wrote an Op Ed in Time Magazine critical of AmeriCorps VISTA, drawing from her own experience as a VISTA ten years ago. Join us to discuss the...

Other Local Events and Workshops

Students Get Civic in 2020: Census, Voter Registration and Voter Participation – May 20

Philly Counts

Special Guest: Congressman Evans Wednesday, May 20 3:00 to 4:00 RSVP here: Great news! Philly Counts is excited to share that Congressman Evans will be joining us next this week on Wednesday for a...

Healthy Newsworks Virtual Book Reveal – May 20

Healthy Newsworks

KIDS ASKING EXPERTS THE QUESTIONS AT HEALTHY NEWSWORKS VIRTUAL BOOK REVEAL FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Diane Davis; ddavis@ PHILADELPHIA, May 12, 2020—Tune in to hear kid reporters ages 8 to 14...

Futures Thinking for Educational Leaders: An Introduction to Scenario Planning During and After the Crisis – June 4

Philadelphia Education Fund

Join us VIRTUALLY on June 4th, 9:30-10:45 AM for our June session of the Philadelphia Education Fund (PEF’s) monthly speaker series, Education First Compact. During Covid, how do we organize...

Paying for College: Avoiding the Affordability Trap – May 21

Philadelphia Education Fund

Join us virtually for May’s Education First Compact. This April, the COVID Inequality Project released a study confirming what many of us probably already suspected about this pandemic. That,...

Inequities & COVID19: ​The Disproportionate Impact on Communities of Color – May 21

Penn Public Health

Join Penn Public Health for the first seminar in our webinar series that highlights the implications of COVID-19 on communities of color. Penn Public Health is hosting a 3-part webinar series...

Save the Date! Virtual Conference – Charting the Course Ahead: Healthcare in 2021 & Beyond – Nov 16

Pennsylvania Health Access Network (PHAN)

Each year, PHAN brings together advocates, lawmakers, partners, consumers, and experts from around the state to Harrisburg for our annual health conference to learn from each other about pressing...

Virtual Discussion – Kids First In A Crisis: Dr. Rachel Levine Talks About Coping – May 19

Public Citizens for Children and Youth (PCCY)

Please Join Us to Mark the 40th Year of PCCY Putting Children First PCCY is honored that PA Secretary of Health, Dr. Rachel Levine and the CEO of Independence Blue Cross, Dan Hilferty, will join us...

Webinar: Practicing Healthy Detachment as a Form of Selfcare – May 20

Stockton Rush Bartol Foundation

We may not be able to connect in person, but we can still support you in taking care of yourself as you navigate through the demands and anxiety of this time.  We cap off our self-care series led...

New Resources

How to Survive the Coronavirus Housing Crisis

CityLab

Worried about paying your rent or mortgage, avoiding eviction or foreclosure, renewing a lease, or getting housing assistance? These tips and resources can help. A month ago, the worst fears of a...

The Disproportionate Impact of Covid-19 on Black Health Care Workers in the U.S.

Harvard Business Review

Grieving families, social distancing, economic disruption: In many respects, coronavirus has changed the world. But it also has exposed the startlingly consistent toll that catastrophe exacts from...

Community-based Global Learning Collaborative (Formerly Globalsl Network)

Community-based Global Learning Collaborative

Building on a decade of collaboration, the network of educational institutions and community organizations formerly known as The Globalsl Network has become The Community-based Global Learning...

Pennsylvania Climate Change Impacts Assessment Update

Department of Environmental Protection

Pennsylvania Climate Change Impacts Assessment Update April 2020 The Pennsylvania Climate Change Act (PCCA), Act 70 of 2008, directed Pennsylvania’s Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) to...

Special Edition of Journal of Community Engagement and Higher Education: Critical Service Learning

Journal of Community Engagement and Higher Education

In partnership with the Journal of Community Engagement and Higher Education, Indiana Campus Compact is excited to unveil a special edition of the journal on “Critical Service Learning” that was...

Miscellaneous

Free Virtual Tech Workshops for Middle School Girls

TechGirlz

< Free Virtual Tech Workshops / > for Middle School Girls, Grades 5 – 8 Introduction To JavaScript May 16th from 1:00 pm – 3:30 pm Learn how to make your website pop! Designing...

Webinar: Community Resilience & Healing during COVID-19 – May 20

Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH)

Join us May 20, 2020, 1 PM for the next edition of our Webinar Series, Community Resilience & Healing during COVID-19. Description: During this session, our guest speakers will share from their...

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge Info Sessions for Community Colleges – May 27&28

Campus Compact of New York and Pennsylvania

Campus Compacts in the Northeast are partnering with ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge to support community and democratic engagement on community college campuses. We’re inviting our campus...

Campus Compact: Community of Practice (CoP) for the Credentialing Program – May 27

Campus Compact

Campus Compact is offering six distinct Community of Practice (CoP) opportunities this summer 2020 for individuals interested in joining a space for shared learning and collegial support related...

Community in Times of Crisis: Perspectives from Anchor Institutions during COVID-19 – May 19

Association of American Colleges and Universities

Join AAC&U President for a Transformational Tuesday Webinar on May 19, 2020, 2-3 PM. The bold and timely measures taken by colleges and universities to stem the spread of the coronavirus outbreak...

Book Launch: Nonprofit Handbook Webinar – May 21

Stanford University Press

Stanford University Press and Stanford PACS invite you to join authors Woody Powell and Patricia Bromley for a lively discussion on the third edition of The Nonprofit Sector: A Research Handbook, the...

Webinar: Overcoming the Racial Bias in Funding: Breaking Down Barriers to Capital – June 2

Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR)

In this complimentary SSIR Live! program, participants will: Review data that illustrates the magnitude of funding disparities in the social sector Become aware of the barriers leaders of color...

Develop Engaging Webinars – May 28

Iris Creative Group

If we’ve learned one thing over the last few weeks, it’s that being able to deliver quality virtual programming is going to be important for a while. It may even become a new ongoing revenue...

Self-Care for Your Staff & Community from BuildaBridge International

BuildABridge International

Involvement in an artistic medium is incredibly important for self-care. Strengthening your resilience and attitude towards hope will help yourself and those around you. BuildaBridge is striving to...

Nominate an Exceptional Young Hero Today! – June 12

National Liberty Museum

The National Liberty Museum wishes you and your families well in these times of uncertainty. We are extremely saddened that the museum is currently closed to the public, but we are still working...

Job Opportunities/AmeriCorps Opportunities

Case Manager I, Resources for Human Development

Resources for Human Development

The Case Manager will work with one of the following emergency housing Units managed by Resources for Human Development (RHD). During the stay of the homeless men focus on the five domains of life:...

Talent Development Professional, Gift of Life Donor Program

Gift of Life Donor Program

Gift of Life Donor Program, the non-profit agency serving eastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey and Delaware, is responsible for recovering organs and tissues used in life-saving and...

Director of HR & Inclusion

Philadelphia Yearly Meeting

PYM believes in a world where all Human Resources departments integrally operate through a lens of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI). We are committed to building anti-oppression frameworks into...

Project Coordinator – Full Time – May 30

Strawberry Mansion Community Development Corporation

Organization Description: Strawberry Mansion CDC (SMCDC) is a community-based nonprofit located in Northwest Philadelphia. Established in 2004, our mission is to promote sustainable revitalization...

AmeriCorps Digital Service Fellow Pre-Apprenticeship – July 27

Urban Technology Project

The Urban Technology Project (UTP) is currently hiring for the 2020/2021 cohort of Apprentice.  In partnership with the School District of Philadelphia & Communities in School of Philadelphia,...

I.T. Apprenticeship, Computer Support Specialist – July 27

Urban Technology Project

The Urban Technology Project (UTP) is currently hiring for the 2020/2021 cohort of Apprentice.  In partnership with the School District of Philadelphia & Communities in School of Philadelphia,...

Grant Opportunities

Nominations for Emerging Latino Leaders – Jun 2

Coors Light Líderes Program

Coors Light Líderes Program Invites Nominations for Emerging Latino Leaders Since 2006, the Coors Light Líderes Program has rewarded, honored, and highlighted up-and-coming Latino leaders for their...

COVID-19 Response Project – May 31

NDN Collective

NDN Collective Invites Applications for COVID-19 Response Project The NDN Collective’s COVID-19 Response Project is designed to provide immediate relief to some of the most underserved...

Proposals for Social Science and COVID-19 Research – Jun 1

Social Science Research Council

Social Science Research Council Issues Call for Proposals for Social Science and COVID-19 Research In partnership with the Henry Luce Foundation, the Social Science Research Council (SSRC) is...

Applications for Youth Running Programs – Jun 15

Saucony Run for Good Foundation

Saucony Run For Good Foundation Invites Applications for Youth Running Programs The Saucony Run For Good Foundation is committed to improving the lives of children by helping to prevent and reduce...

Faculty Updates

Education Reform, Communities and Social Justice Research Conference: Plenary with Diane Ravitch, Resistance to Public Education Privatization -May 20

Rutgers University

This year’s Education Reform, Communities and Social Justice research conference, which was scheduled to take place at Rutgers University’s Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and...

Community-based Global Learning Collaborative (Formerly Globalsl Network)

Community-based Global Learning Collaborative

Building on a decade of collaboration, the network of educational institutions and community organizations formerly known as The Globalsl Network has become The Community-based Global Learning...

Special Edition of Journal of Community Engagement and Higher Education: Critical Service Learning

Journal of Community Engagement and Higher Education

In partnership with the Journal of Community Engagement and Higher Education, Indiana Campus Compact is excited to unveil a special edition of the journal on “Critical Service Learning” that was...

Campus Compact: Community of Practice (CoP) for the Credentialing Program – May 27

Campus Compact

Campus Compact is offering six distinct Community of Practice (CoP) opportunities this summer 2020 for individuals interested in joining a space for shared learning and collegial support related...

Community in Times of Crisis: Perspectives from Anchor Institutions during COVID-19 – May 19

Association of American Colleges and Universities

Join AAC&U President for a Transformational Tuesday Webinar on May 19, 2020, 2-3 PM. The bold and timely measures taken by colleges and universities to stem the spread of the coronavirus outbreak...

Book Launch: Nonprofit Handbook Webinar – May 21

Stanford University Press

Stanford University Press and Stanford PACS invite you to join authors Woody Powell and Patricia Bromley for a lively discussion on the third edition of The Nonprofit Sector: A Research Handbook, the...

Democratic Engagement

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge Info Sessions for Community Colleges – May 27&28

Campus Compact of New York and Pennsylvania

Campus Compacts in the Northeast are partnering with ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge to support community and democratic engagement on community college campuses. We’re inviting our campus...

National Conferences & Calls for Proposal

Education Reform, Communities and Social Justice Research Conference: Plenary with Diane Ravitch, Resistance to Public Education Privatization -May 20

Rutgers University

This year’s Education Reform, Communities and Social Justice research conference, which was scheduled to take place at Rutgers University’s Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and...

Virtual Conference: Strength in Numbers, Uniting Immigration with Other Social Causes – May 19

Immigration Learning Center

Immigration is deeply linked to other movements for inclusion and equality. It intersects with many other crucial social issues including public health, race, gender, economic equity,...


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