The week of

July 14, 2020

Other Local Events and Workshops

Leveraging Research to Affect Policy – Jul 23

Challah for Hunger

July 23 at 3 pm EST Learn from experts at Challah for Hunger, MAZON, and The Hope Center about how to effectively find and share stories and statistics with elected officials to impact campus hunger...

Power to the Youth Chat: 2020 Census and the Role Youth Play in Shaping our City’s Future – Jul 16

Office of Youth Engagement

Join Philly Counts, The Office of Youth Engagement and the Philadelphia Youth Commission for a live conversation about voting, the 2020 Census and the role youth play in shaping out city’s...

Join MCAAM for Black Education and the Effect of COVID-19 – July 16

Mayor’s Commission on African American Males

Join the Office of Black Male Engagement and the Mayor’s Commission on African-American Males (MCAAM) on Thursday, July 16, from 6:00 – 7:30 pm (EST) for a virtual discussion on how...

Virtual Cafe: Wellness at the Workplace in the Time of COVID & Societal Change – Jul 21

Philadelphia ACE Task Force

Free Virtual Cafe brought to you by the Philadelphia ACE Task Force. Service to others is rewarding, but struggling to manage stress, sometimes traumatic stress, can be challenging for health, mental...

Virtual Training: Data and Evaluation – Aug 18

Mayor's Office of Civic Engagement and Volunteer Services

The Civic Engagement Academy is about inspiring local community change through training and skills development. Join us for this free virtual training where we’ll discuss how to develop numeric...

Virtual Info Session: Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative – Jul 15

PA Department of Environmental Protection

Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) would like to invite you to an information session on the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI). The virtual RGGI information session...

Virtual Community Training with Aunt Bertha – Jul 21 & 29

The Social Care Network

Aunt Bertha is an online directory that lists free and reduced cost social services so people can find them. Do you work at a local Philadelphia nonprofit, government, education, healthcare and/or...

The Nonprofit Network Free Webinar Series – Jul 23 – Aug 6

Drexel University

The Nonprofit Network presents a series of FREE webinars designed for entry-level and intermediate nonprofit professionals. Participants learn more about creating, and growing sustainable nonprofits...

How does community development take this moment to stretch our thinking and work for deeper impact on racial and social equity? – Jul 29

Philadelphia Association of Community Development Corporations

Join national commentator on race, structural inequality and education and activist and spokeswoman Jamira Burley for PACDC’s second Forward Equitable Development Conference Conversation as we...

Virtual Training: Targeting and Recruitment – Jul 21

Mayor's Office of Civic Engagement and Volunteer Services

We know there are amazing projects and events taking place in-person and virtually throughout the city. One question we regularly hear is, “How do I recruit people/volunteers for my...

Virtual Philly Tech Week 2020 – Sept 21-25

Comcast

Philly Tech Week is a week-long celebration that showcases technology and innovation happening throughout the Greater Philadelphia region. Our 10th Annual promises to be one of the most compelling...

Virtual Job Fair: INTER/VIEW 2020 – Jul 22

Generocity

INTER/VIEW is an informal social impact jobs fair showcasing mission-oriented companies seeking talented people seeking to do good on and off the job. The 9:30 am – 12:00 pm event on July 22,...

Virtual Youth Workshop: Saving the Law – July 24

Free Library of Philadelphia

A discussion on the necessity of removing racial bias and prejudice embedded in the law so that effective legal reform is possible. We will discuss the following criminal defenses and legal theories:...

Virtual Workshop for Youth: The Art of Resistance – Jul 17

Free Library of Philadelphia Foundation

In this workshop we will look at the ways artists of color have used art as a form of resistance against racism. This workshop is the third in a series of workshops preparing participants for this...

New Resources

Service Learning with K-12 Students

HE-SL Listserv

The following question was posed on the Higher Education-Service-Learning (HE-SL) listserv: Does anyone have an example of protocols related to how to make remote tutoring/homework support for K-12...

High-Quality Simulations and Movies for Experiential Learning

HE-SL Listserv

A recent post on the Higher Education-Service-Learning listserv asked for information about quality free or purchasable simulations, videos, and movie rights that we can include in an experiential...

New Article: Amid COVID-19, Summer Meals Efforts Innovate in the Face of Uncertainty

Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity

With schools closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, the rate of children suffering from food insecurity has skyrocketed, as many relied on school meal programs as a reliable source of food. In this...

How To Plan & Implement an Anti-Racist Service Project

Youth Service America

Honoring this moment in our nation’s history by serving in your community helps transform 9/11 into a day of unity, empathy, and service as an enduring and positive tribute to those lost and...

Office of Strategic Partnerships: Racial Equity Guidance for Partners

School District of Philadelphia

The Office of Strategic Partnerships believes in the importance of acknowledging and working to dismantle structural racism through our work and the work of our partners. We believe that to do so...

Reestablishing Philanthropic Vitality After the Emergency

Stanford Social Innovation Review

The COVID-19 pandemic is forcing nonprofits to reinvent themselves at lightning speed, and many foundations are supporting them ad-hoc. But when the brunt of the crisis passes, the social sector will...

Engage: A Service-Learning Handbook for Afterschool Programs, Ages 14-18

National Youth Leadership Council

Presented by NYLC, this FREE service-learning handbook is designed to help youth workers bring service-learning to afterschool programs in approximately 15 one-hour sessions. By the end of the...

e-Service-Learning Guide

GivePulse

The GivePulse Virtual/Remote/E-Service Learning task force has pulled together a helpful guide for e-service-learning. It is defined in the literature as when the instructional component, the service...

Communities in Partnership: Ensuring Equity in the Time of COVID-19

Community-Campus Partnerships for Health (CCPH)

Community-Campus Partnerships for Health and the UNC Center for Health Equity Research at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill have partnered to launch the webinar series, Communities...

New Report: Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation

American Association of Colleges and Universities

We Hold These Truths, Dismantling Racial Hierarchies, Building Equitable Communities, Edited By Tia Brown McNair. What is higher education doing to confront racism, and how are colleges and...

Miscellaneous

Summer Science Inquiry Institute for Teachers – Aug 3-7

Riverbend Environmental Education Center

Join Us for the 2020 Summer Science Inquiry Institute – August 3rd to August 7th! Registration has been extended. Nature provides an authentic setting to practice observation, ask questions,...

Second Community of Practice Boundary Spanning Leadership – Jul 16

Campus Compact of New York and Pennsylvania

Campus Compact of New York Pennsylvania prepares to launch its Second Community of Practice Boundary Spanning Leadership. Learn how to better navigate the complex politics within your institution....

Webinar: Fostering S-LCE Faculty Development Spaces to Center Antiracist Pedagogy – Aug 5

Campus Compact of New York and Pennsylvania

Join Campus Compact of New York and Pennsylvania (CCNYPA) for Talk to the Authors: Reconceptualizing Faculty Development in Service-Learning and Community Engagement. This series of two interactive...

Webinar: Fostering the Creative Imagination in S-LCE Faculty Development Through Disruption, COVID-19 and Beyond – Jul 29

Campus Compact of New York and Pennsylvania

Join Campus Compact of New York and Pennsylvania (CCNYPA) for Talk to the Authors: Reconceptualizing Faculty Development in Service-Learning and Community Engagement. This series of two interactive...

Philadelphia Childcare Reopen Survey

City of Philadelphia Office of Children and Families

Reinvestment Fund, the City of Philadelphia’s Office of Children and Families, Public Health Management Corporation (PHMC), and United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey are...

A Course in Service-Learning by Design

National Youth Leadership Council

Are you ready to enhance the academic power of your service-learning instruction? Seeking to increase students’ academic engagement through a project-based learning approach? Interested in helping...

The 1619 Project Survey for Educators

The Pulitzer Center

The 1619 Project launched on August 14, 2019—the 400th anniversary of the first enslaved Africans’ arrival on what would become soil—with a special issue of The New York Times Magazine...

Nonprofit Learning Lab Free and Low Cost Trainings

Nonprofit Learning Lab

The Nonprofit Learning Lab is offering many free and low fee trainings for nonprofits. Some of our topics include:  The Virtual Gala: Engaging Donors in their Own Homes Train the Trainers...

2020-21 Education Policy Fellowship Program

The Education Policy and Leadership Center

Apply Now for EPLC’s 2020-2021 PA Education Policy Fellowship Program! Applications are available for the 2020-2021 Education Policy Fellowship Program. The Education Policy Fellowship Program...

Join the Pennsylvania Student Voting Coalition (PASVC)

PA Student Voting Coalition

The Pennsylvania Student Voting Coalition (PASVC) is a coalition of Pennsylvania institutions of higher education dedicated to improving youth voter engagement through collective strategizing,...

Webinar: 2020 Campus Action Plan – Jul 29

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge

The ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge and the Voter Friendly Campus program will be hosting a joint webinar to review highlights from 2020 Campus Action Plans. We will review the Strengthening...

Webinar: Building Inclusive and Equitable Campus Coalitions – Aug 12

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge

Part of a strong democratic engagement action plan is ensuring your goals and strategies are inclusive and equitable. During this discussion, we will share ideas and tactics to ensure you are...

Webinar: Enrolling in Education: Motivations, Barriers, and Expectations – Jul 15

Strada Education Network

As the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic continues, what challenges—financial and otherwise—do Americans face as they consider more education and training? How do they expect postsecondary...

Job Opportunities/AmeriCorps Opportunities

Director of Communications, Alliance for Decision Education

Alliance for Decision Education

Reporting to the Executive Director (ED), the Director of Communications will set and guide the strategy for all communications (including earned media, branding, website, social media, and...

Behavioral Health/Intellectual Disability Services Program Director (Behavioral Health), City of Philadelphia

City of Philadelphia

Exam Title Behavioral Health/Intellectual Disability Services Program Director (Behavioral Health) Exam Number 5F30-20200713-OC-01 Salary $121,273-$136,430 per year – New employees may be...

Director of Learning & Public Engagement, National Liberty Museum

National Liberty Museum

Located in the heart of historic Philadelphia, the National Liberty Museum (NLM) brings liberty to life through stories of people whose character and courage have expanded our freedom and liberty....

Research Project Coordinator

Rutgers Camden

The Senator Walter Rand Institute for Public Affairs (WRI) at Rutgers University – Camden is looking to hire a Research Project Coordinator (Data Analyst –focused). Job Description: Performs data...

Grant Opportunities

Community-Based HIV/AIDS Efforts – Jul 31

Kent Richard Hofmann Foundation

Kent Richard Hofmann Accepting LOIs for Community-Based HIV/AIDS Efforts The Kent Richard Hofmann Foundation is a private foundation dedicated to the fight against HIV and AIDS. The foundation...

Supplemental Research on COVID-19 Response and Recovery – Jul 20

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Invites Proposals for Supplemental Research on COVID-19 Response and Recovery The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation has issued a call for proposals for its Systems for...

Cigna Foundation: $5 Million to Address Children’s Mental Health, Childhood Hunger – Sep 30

Cigna Foundation

The Cigna Foundation is inviting nonprofits working to create greater access to mental health services to apply for funding through its Healthier Kids For Our Future grant program, a...

William T. Grant Foundation: Research Grants on Reducing Inequality – Aug 4

William T. Grant Foundation

The William T. Grant Foundation is inviting applications for its Research Grants on Reducing Inequality program, which supports high-quality field-initiated studies from a range of disciplines and...

Leeway Foundation: Art and Change Grants – Aug 1

Leeway Foundation

The Leeway Foundation believes that art is a vital tool for community building, self-expression, and individual and collective transformation and can bridge difference, center those who have been...

For Students

Youth Leadership Summit on Education Equity – Jul 20-22

National Youth Leadership Council

Inspiring leadership, confidence, and contribution Dates: July 20-22, 2020 Times: Daily from 12:00 – 4:00 CST This FREE student-led event will bring together youth to develop their skills for...

Faculty Updates

High-Quality Simulations and Movies for Experiential Learning

HE-SL Listserv

A recent post on the Higher Education-Service-Learning listserv asked for information about quality free or purchasable simulations, videos, and movie rights that we can include in an experiential...

Second Community of Practice Boundary Spanning Leadership – Jul 16

Campus Compact of New York and Pennsylvania

Campus Compact of New York Pennsylvania prepares to launch its Second Community of Practice Boundary Spanning Leadership. Learn how to better navigate the complex politics within your institution....

Webinar: Fostering S-LCE Faculty Development Spaces to Center Antiracist Pedagogy – Aug 5

Campus Compact of New York and Pennsylvania

Join Campus Compact of New York and Pennsylvania (CCNYPA) for Talk to the Authors: Reconceptualizing Faculty Development in Service-Learning and Community Engagement. This series of two interactive...

Webinar: Fostering the Creative Imagination in S-LCE Faculty Development Through Disruption, COVID-19 and Beyond – Jul 29

Campus Compact of New York and Pennsylvania

Join Campus Compact of New York and Pennsylvania (CCNYPA) for Talk to the Authors: Reconceptualizing Faculty Development in Service-Learning and Community Engagement. This series of two interactive...

e-Service-Learning Guide

GivePulse

The GivePulse Virtual/Remote/E-Service Learning task force has pulled together a helpful guide for e-service-learning. It is defined in the literature as when the instructional component, the service...

New Report: Truth, Racial Healing, and Transformation

American Association of Colleges and Universities

We Hold These Truths, Dismantling Racial Hierarchies, Building Equitable Communities, Edited By Tia Brown McNair. What is higher education doing to confront racism, and how are colleges and...

Webinar: Building Inclusive and Equitable Campus Coalitions – Aug 12

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge

Part of a strong democratic engagement action plan is ensuring your goals and strategies are inclusive and equitable. During this discussion, we will share ideas and tactics to ensure you are...

Democratic Engagement

Join the Pennsylvania Student Voting Coalition (PASVC)

PA Student Voting Coalition

The Pennsylvania Student Voting Coalition (PASVC) is a coalition of Pennsylvania institutions of higher education dedicated to improving youth voter engagement through collective strategizing,...

National Civic Leadership Training Summit: Take Your Power Back Weekend – Aug 1-2

Andrew Goodman Foundation

The ALL IN Challenge and others are partnering with the Andrew Goodman Foundation on their National Civic Leadership Training Summit, for a virtual two-day conference slated to empower all student...

Webinar: 2020 Campus Action Plan – Jul 29

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge

The ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge and the Voter Friendly Campus program will be hosting a joint webinar to review highlights from 2020 Campus Action Plans. We will review the Strengthening...

Webinar: Building Inclusive and Equitable Campus Coalitions – Aug 12

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge

Part of a strong democratic engagement action plan is ensuring your goals and strategies are inclusive and equitable. During this discussion, we will share ideas and tactics to ensure you are...

National Conferences & Calls for Proposal

Youth Leadership Summit on Education Equity – Jul 20-22

National Youth Leadership Council

Inspiring leadership, confidence, and contribution Dates: July 20-22, 2020 Times: Daily from 12:00 – 4:00 CST This FREE student-led event will bring together youth to develop their skills for...

National Civic Leadership Training Summit: Take Your Power Back Weekend – Aug 1-2

Andrew Goodman Foundation

The ALL IN Challenge and others are partnering with the Andrew Goodman Foundation on their National Civic Leadership Training Summit, for a virtual two-day conference slated to empower all student...

College Success Network

Leveraging Research to Affect Policy – Jul 23

Challah for Hunger

July 23 at 3 pm EST Learn from experts at Challah for Hunger, MAZON, and The Hope Center about how to effectively find and share stories and statistics with elected officials to impact campus hunger...


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