The week of

June 9, 2020

PHENND Events/Activities

Pivoting to Virtual Volunteering – Jun 25

PHENND

Join PHENND and our campus partners for an open brainstorming conversation about how to transform your organization’s traditional face-to-face volunteer opportunities into virtual ones. While...

Other Local Events and Workshops

For Teens – RACE: Let’s Talk About It – June 12

Public Citizens for Children and Youth (PCCY)

On May 25, 2020, George Floyd’s death profoundly changed America. His life tragically ended in a scenario that is so prevalent and so painful that it has woken up millions across the nation....

Thinkfest: Special Virtual Event – Conversations with Philly’s Leaders and Thinkers – June 8-11

Philadelphia magazine

The COVID-19 pandemic and social justice issues have upended life around the world. What will the long-term impact be in Philadelphia and beyond? In this special virtual event, Philadelphia magazine...

Virtual Event: The Future of Higher Education – June 11

Philadelphia magazine

In this special virtual event, Philadelphia magazine presents a weeklong series of conversations with Philadelphia’s most influential leaders and thinkers about how we can reshape our city moving...

Webinar: Supporting Higher Education Access and Success for Youth with Experience in Foster Care In Pennsylvania: How to Use a New Guide – June 11

Juvenile Law Center

On June 4, 2020, Juvenile Law Center and the Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice released “Supporting Higher Education Access and Success for Youth with Experience in Foster Care in...

Young, Smart, and Local Webinar – July 23

Campus Philly

Join Action Greensboro and Campus Philly on Thursday, July 23, 2020, 4-5:30 for their second webinar in the Young, Smart, and Local () series! The team that brought you the Young Smart and Local...

New Resources

Improving Tutor Training – New Podcast Episode from Mercer University

Mercer University

If you work with tutoring outreach programs in your school, you may be interested in the latest episode of the Research that Reaches Out podcast which features an interview with teaching professor...

Free Financial Education & Goal Setting – Workshops & Clubs

Urban Affairs Coalition

Financial Advancement Network (FAN) Mission Through the combination of financial education and peer support, the Financial Advancement Network empowers individuals to take charge of their financial...

Financial Advancement Network Workshops

Urban Affairs Coalition

The Financial Advancement Network (FAN) is an initiative of the Urban Affairs Coalition that is supported by Department of Community & Economic Development (CED). CED’s mission is to bring...

Financial Advancement Network Workshops – COVID-19 Edition

Urban Affairs Coalition

The Financial Advancement Network (FAN) is an initiative of the Urban Affairs Coalition that is supported by Department of Community & Economic Development (CED). CED’s mission is to bring...

Resources for Supporting Returning Citizens and Their Families in Accessing Income During COVID-19

Philadelphia Reentry Coalition

In case you missed it, Community Legal Services and Office of Reentry Partnerships collaborated hosted a virtual info session to highlight COVID-19 relief and assistance programs currently available...

Relevant COVID-19 Webinar Recordings Discussing Racial Justice

Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH)

Community-Campus Partnerships for Health offers these resources that highlight their commitment to health justice and equity: April 15: Facts and Lesssons Learned from Flint, MI April 29: Justice for...

Building Capacity for Sustained Collaboration

Sustained Collaboration Network

This report highlights the groundbreaking efforts of a new national network of pooled funding initiatives for sustained collaboration. These local initiatives support nonprofit capacity to explore...

Resources from SSIR: The Struggle to Overcome Racism

Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR)

The killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers has ignited protests and focused the national discourse on institutional racism and how to eradicate it. SSIR‘s editors have assembled...

From Stylus Publishing: Resources to Learn More about Racism and White Supremacy

Stylus Publishing

Here are some resources you might want to consult to learn more about racism and white supremacy, and help you formulate action plans, and how to get engaged (with acknowledgements and thanks to...

Widening Circles: Online Communities for Learning and Action

Omprakash

In response to the current context of disruption, uncertainty, and dislocation, Omprakash has launched Widening Circles, a new program that grapples with urgent questions about injustice and...

Campus Compact: Higher Education Must Work for Justice

Campus Compact

We call on all of higher education to take action in pursuit of equal justice, equal opportunity, and equal power for all. In 2015, following an earlier wave of protests in response to police...

New White Paper: Planning Tools for Climate Change Resiliency

Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission

Planning and preparing for the impacts of climate change can be complicated, confusing, and time consuming. DVRPC’s Office of Environmental Planning recently completed an assessment of planning...

School District of Phila.: All Summer 2020 Virtual Programs for K-12 Students

School District of Philadelphia

The Office of Academic Supports and the Chief Schools Office are excited to announce its summer program offerings for 2020! We know that many of you rely on summer programming to ensure students...

COVID-19 Resources from the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

The coronavirus pandemic presents unprecedented challenges for people across the Third District, the , and the world. This is a global health crisis, and health-care providers and public health...

As protests and unrest grip the nation, how should Philly nonprofits respond?

Generocity

We asked nonprofit professionals and leaders across the sector, and got 12 answers. But we’re hoping for more. The events of the past week — infuriating, heartbreaking, frustrating,...

Miscellaneous

Articulating the Value of Community-Engaged Campuses – June 10

Campus Compact

Campuses around the country are currently creating a new normal as we continue to address the impacts of COVID-19. Institutional priorities are shifting, financial models are unstable, and teaching,...

New York Student Vote Summit – July 31

Stony Brook University

Join campuses from throughout the State of New York to learn and prepare for the upcoming 2020 Presidential Election and beyond. This is an opportunity to learn from other campuses and national...

CCNYPA Launches New Community of Practice – June 16

Campus Compact of New York and Pennsylvania

Campus Compact of New York and Pennsylvania Launches a New Community of Practice (CoP) – Boundary Spanning Leadership Skills: Activating an Equitable Civic Mission in Institutions &...

Equitable solutions for workers and their families in the COVID-19 era – Jun 12

Brookings Institution

Reopening America — Equitable solutions for workers and their families in the COVID-19 era Friday, June 12, 2020, 2:00 – 3:00 EDT Though the United States has begun to reopen, COVID-19 will...

Free summer learning for PreK-4th grade families – June 15

Springboard Collaborative

Wondering how best to support your children’s learning this summer? Our friends at Springboard Collaborative and Teach For America have teamed up to offer free summer programming for a limited...

Mass Food Distribution Events in Montco

RSVP of Montgomery County

We hope that you and the members of your community are faring well through the COVID-19 crisis. As you know, many in our communities are faced with food insecurity even in the best of times. For the...

Anti-Racism Amongst the Asian American Pacific Islander Community – June 10

Strive with Me

Join a panel and discussion on Anti-Racism, Privilege, and Fear amongst our community in relations to the Black Lives Matter Movement, June 10, 2020, 6:00-7:30 PM. We welcome you to a safe space to...

Call for Facilitators: Summer 2020 Fusion Course Sessions – June 15

Campus Compact

This summer, Campus Compact and Maine Campus Compact are offering an online teaching and learning curriculum, the Fusion Course, which aims to provide critical training and support for faculty as...

Webinar: One in Five – The Student Parent Experience and its Impact on College Success – June 11

Southern Regional Education Board (SREB)

One in five college students today is a parent, and yet they remain a largely invisible population. The vast majority of institutions do not track parenting status and therefore do not know how many...

Participation Requested: Assessing the Quality of Service-Learning Courses – June 22

University of Minnesota

Over the past five years, as part of a of Education-funded national project focused on investigating the impacts of community engagement on higher education students’ educational success, we — a...

How Is COVID-19 Impacting Your Community? The Federal Reserve Wants to Hear from You

Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

In early April, the Federal Reserve System conducted a survey to better understand the range of challenges facing underresourced and low-income communities as an effect of the COVID-19 pandemic. The...

CCP’s Online Advance College Experience (ACE) for Rising 9-12 th Graders, July 7- Aug 5

Community College of Philadelphia

Rising 9-th 12th grade students can experience higher education with Community College of Philadelphia’s summer ACE (Advanced College Experience) program. Through ACE, students can explore a...

Free IT Training Program for Young Adults

Tech Impact

ITWorks () is now recruiting students, ages 18-26, for its Fall 2020 classes in both Philadelphia and Wilmington. Classes will begin at the end of August. Through 11 weeks of classroom study and...

Job Opportunities/AmeriCorps Opportunities

Virtual Job Fair – June 24

PA National Guuard Associations

JOB FAIR, JUNE 24, 2020,sponsored by the PA National Guard Associations and hosted by DeVry University; ENTER 10:00 AM -1:00 PM. FREE FOR ALL JOB SEEKERS, VETERANS & NON-VETERANS! Be prepared to...

Practitioner-Researcher, Hope Center for College, Community and Justice

Temple University

The Hope Center for College, Community and Justice, at Temple University is seeking a Practitioner-Researcher to join our growing team. As a mission-driven organization we take seriously the...

Policy Analyst, Hope Center for College, Community and Justice

Temple University

The Hope Center for College, Community and Justice, at Temple University is seeking a Policy Analyst to join our growing team. As a mission-driven organization we take seriously the importance of...

COVID-19 Communications Assistant, City of Philadelphia

City of Philadelphia

The mission of the Office of Emergency Managements Public Affairs Division is to develop and implement communications strategies in partnership with all City departments to increase access to City...

PA Engagement Coordinator

Benefits Data Trust

Benefits Data Trust (BDT) seeks a Pennsylvania Engagement Coordinator to cultivate and maintain partnerships to deliver smarter ways to access essential benefits and services so people can live...

PA Engagement Manager

Benefits Data Trust

Benefits Data Trust (BDT) seeks a Pennsylvania Engagement Manager to cultivate and maintain partnerships to deliver smarter ways to access essential benefits and services so people can live...

Grant Opportunities

Community Based Archives – Jul 1

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Invites Proposals for Community Based Archives The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation endeavors to strengthen, promote, and, where necessary, defend the contributions of the...

Financial Education Research Grants – Jun 30

AccessLex Institute

AccessLex Institute Invites LOIs for Financial Education Research Grants The AccessLex Institute is committed to informing students of the economic realities of law school without limiting their...

Environmental, Peace-Building, Community Building and Youth Education Projects – Jul 1

New Earth Foundation

Deadline: July 1, 2020 (Letters of Inquiry) The New Earth Foundation was founded in 1997 by John Bigelow Loveland, who upon receiving a family inheritance dating back to his great-grandfather, a...

Education, Art Access Programs – Jul 1

Detwiler Family Foundation

Detwiler Family Foundation Accepting Applications for Education, Art Access Programs The Detwiler Family Foundation invests in local organizations working to enrich and improve the lives of children....

COVID Decision Modeling Grants – Jun 30

Johns Hopkins University

With support from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation, researchers from the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing (JHSON), Duke University Margolis Center for Health Policy, University of Michigan...

Applications for Community Needs – Jun 6

Bank of America Charitable Foundation

Bank of America Charitable Foundation Invites Applications for Community Needs The Bank of America Charitable Foundation is committed to advancing a more diverse and inclusive society by expanding...

For Students

CCP’s Online Advance College Experience (ACE) for Rising 9-12 th Graders, July 7- Aug 5

Community College of Philadelphia

Rising 9-th 12th grade students can experience higher education with Community College of Philadelphia’s summer ACE (Advanced College Experience) program. Through ACE, students can explore a...

Faculty Updates

Articulating the Value of Community-Engaged Campuses – June 10

Campus Compact

Campuses around the country are currently creating a new normal as we continue to address the impacts of COVID-19. Institutional priorities are shifting, financial models are unstable, and teaching,...

New York Student Vote Summit – July 31

Stony Brook University

Join campuses from throughout the State of New York to learn and prepare for the upcoming 2020 Presidential Election and beyond. This is an opportunity to learn from other campuses and national...

CCNYPA Launches New Community of Practice – June 16

Campus Compact of New York and Pennsylvania

Campus Compact of New York and Pennsylvania Launches a New Community of Practice (CoP) – Boundary Spanning Leadership Skills: Activating an Equitable Civic Mission in Institutions &...

Improving Tutor Training – New Podcast Episode from Mercer University

Mercer University

If you work with tutoring outreach programs in your school, you may be interested in the latest episode of the Research that Reaches Out podcast which features an interview with teaching professor...

Virtual Event: The Future of Higher Education – June 11

Philadelphia magazine

In this special virtual event, Philadelphia magazine presents a weeklong series of conversations with Philadelphia’s most influential leaders and thinkers about how we can reshape our city moving...

Call for Facilitators: Summer 2020 Fusion Course Sessions – June 15

Campus Compact

This summer, Campus Compact and Maine Campus Compact are offering an online teaching and learning curriculum, the Fusion Course, which aims to provide critical training and support for faculty as...

Resources from SSIR: The Struggle to Overcome Racism

Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR)

The killing of George Floyd by Minneapolis police officers has ignited protests and focused the national discourse on institutional racism and how to eradicate it. SSIR‘s editors have assembled...

Participation Requested: Assessing the Quality of Service-Learning Courses – June 22

University of Minnesota

Over the past five years, as part of a of Education-funded national project focused on investigating the impacts of community engagement on higher education students’ educational success, we — a...

Widening Circles: Online Communities for Learning and Action

Omprakash

In response to the current context of disruption, uncertainty, and dislocation, Omprakash has launched Widening Circles, a new program that grapples with urgent questions about injustice and...

Campus Compact: Higher Education Must Work for Justice

Campus Compact

We call on all of higher education to take action in pursuit of equal justice, equal opportunity, and equal power for all. In 2015, following an earlier wave of protests in response to police...

Call for Proposals: AAC&U 2021 Annual Meeting – July 20

American Association of Colleges and Universities

In this moment of unprecedented transformation and uncertainty, can higher education harness the resilience, creativity, and innovation that have been unleashed by the COVID-19 crisis and emerge from...

Democratic Engagement

New York Student Vote Summit – July 31

Stony Brook University

Join campuses from throughout the State of New York to learn and prepare for the upcoming 2020 Presidential Election and beyond. This is an opportunity to learn from other campuses and national...

National Conferences & Calls for Proposal

Call for Proposals: AAC&U 2021 Annual Meeting – July 20

American Association of Colleges and Universities

In this moment of unprecedented transformation and uncertainty, can higher education harness the resilience, creativity, and innovation that have been unleashed by the COVID-19 crisis and emerge from...

College Success Network

Financial Education Research Grants – Jun 30

AccessLex Institute

AccessLex Institute Invites LOIs for Financial Education Research Grants The AccessLex Institute is committed to informing students of the economic realities of law school without limiting their...

Partnerships Classifieds

Mentor with Building Bridges Mentoring Program

West Kensington Ministry

This program offers the opportunity to mentor a child for one year in the lower Kensington neighborhoods. Our program reaches 80% Latino and 20% Black youth. The children are between the ages of 10...


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