The week of

February 19, 2019

Other Local Events and Workshops

Sexual Harassment Prevention in the Workplace – Feb 25

Temple University

Free workshops from Temple University’s Human Resources department. Keep your skills and resumes fresh! Free Sexual Harassment Prevention Seminar February 25, 2019, 4pm-5:30pm, FREE...

Intermediate Grant Writing & Funder Panel – Mar 11

Vision Driven Artists

March 11, 2019 @ The Rotunda 4014 Walnut Street Current Panelists Include: Leeway Foundation, Philadelphia Cultural Fund, Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance, and Center for Emerging Visual...

Marketing Yourself as a Teaching Artist: Teaching Artist Statements – Feb 27

Stockton Rush Bartol Foundation

Wednesday, February 27 @ 9:30 AM – 12:00 PM Part one of our three part marketing series with Michelle Angela Ortiz! It is important to define your philosophy and style as a teaching artist. In...

Program Design: Giving Life to your Mission – Mar 6

La Salle Nonprofit Center

Your organization’s programs translate your mission into action and are its lifeblood. If you approach program design as both a verb and a noun, you realize that the result is a plan of action that...

Up2Us Sports Coach Training – Mar 23

Up2Us Sports

Join Up2Us Sports for our one-day training module that focuses on leveraging competitive environments to help young people learn valuable sport and life skills.  This interactive workshop examines...

The Fundamentals of Budgeting – Feb 28

La Salle University

The accuracy of your organization or program’s budget is one of the key factors in an organization’s financial stability, growth and ability to fulfill mission. Your budget is your financial...

Counselor Connect at Temple University – Mar 13

Temple University

As Philadelphia’s public university, something we’re most proud of are the diamonds in our own backyard. The more we work together with local high school counselors like you, we can uncover more...

Transformational Intergroup Dialogue (TID) Facilitation Training – Mar 19-26

The Blue Door Group

Dates and Times: March 19-20, 21-22, and 25-26, 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM Location: Temple University Center City, 1515 Market St., Philadelphia, PA 19102 Build greater authenticity and trust when...

Teacher PD: Food Webs, Energy Flow, Carbon Cycle and Trophic Pyramids – Mar 9

University of Pennsylvania

You are invited to a free PD session for high school biology teachers and middle school science teachers on Saturday, March 9 (snow date, March 16), 9-12 Our PD will include: · Food Webs, Energy...

The Economic Return of Providing Legal Representation to Low-Income Tenants in Eviction Court – Feb 27

City of Philadelphia Office of Community Empowerment and Opportunity

February 2019 Shared Prosperity Roundtable Wednesday, February 27, 2019 9:30 to 11:30 1709 Benjamin Franklin Parkway Refreshments will be provided Register now>> Of the more than 22,500...

First Up Annual Conference: Equity Starts Early – Mar 1-2

First Up

Equity is theme of this year’s annual First Up conference Registration is now open for the First Up Annual Conference on March 1st and 2nd at University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman Quadrangle....

Get your Pitch On! Nonprofit Edition – Feb 26

Free Library of Philadelphia

Tuesday, February 26 | 10:00am-12:00pm Parkway Central | 2nd Floor | BRIC Pitching isn’t just for entrepreneurs and venture capitalists! Nonprofits need to have their elevator pitch ready to go...

Equitable & Inclusive Hiring Practices for Nonprofits – Feb 25

Nonprofit Nerds Meetup

Nonprofit Nerds Meetup: Beyond Buzzwords – Equitable & Inclusive Hiring Practices for Nonprofits Monday, February 25 | 6:00pm – 7:30pm Parkway Central Library | 2nd Floor | BRIC How...

New Resources

Researchers Propose New Way to Gauge Colleges’ Success in Enrolling Low-Income Students

Education Next

By Lindsay Broderick, Staff Writer at National College Access Network A recent study conducted by Caroline Hoxby and Sarah Turner of Stanford University and the University of Virginia, respectively,...

New Issue of Metropolitan Universities – Urban and Metropolitan Universities: The Transformative Power of Anchor Institutions

Metropolitan Universities journal

The current issue of Metropolitan Universities, Vol 30 No 1 (2019): Urban and Metropolitan Universities: The Transformative Power of Anchor Institutions, focuses on the role of urban and metropolitan...

2019 Foreclosure Prevention Resource Guide

Urban Affairs Coalition

Nationwide, mortgage foreclosure is still one of the leading causes of wealth and asset depletion for low and moderate-income families, and – despite recent court-based efforts –...

post your internship opportunity on Intern Philly

Campus Philly

Intern Philly | March 19–29, 2019 Intern Philly is coming back for the Spring from March 19-29! Connect with students looking for a career-launching opportunity in the greater Philadelphia region....

2017-18 Impact Fund Report

United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey

For nearly 100 years, United Way has maintained an unwavering dedication to stabilizing and strengthening this region. Today, it is my pleasure to recognize the incredibly generous support of our...

Workshop on Financial Aid Award Comparison Tool

NextGenVest

Free Financial Aid Award Comparison Tool For Your Seniors! NextGen has helped more than 6,000 seniors in Philadelphia (65,000 students nationwide!) claim upwards of $40MM in free federal aid through...

Journal Article for Higher Ed Colleagues Interested in High School Civic Engagement before College

The High School Journal

“Now More than Ever: Why Youth Organizing Work Belongs in Schools and What that Means in Theory and Practice” Even before the recent election highlighted the growing racial, economic, and...

Preventing Crime Through Voluntary Home Visiting

Council for a Strong America

Pennsylvania’s voluntary evidence-based home visiting programs help prevent crime by improving child outcomes and well-being Giving birth to and raising a young child presents an exciting...

Fostering Successful Youth Transitions in Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Partnerships for Children

New fact sheet highlights needs of youth aging out of foster care The Juvenile Law Center and PA Partnerships for Children have released a fact sheet about Transition Age Youth, Fostering Successful...

PA 2017 Childhood Lead Poisoning Surveillance Report

Pennsylvania Department of Public Health

City releases alarming report on lead poisoning of children The fight to rid Philadelphia homes of toxic lead paint is at a standstill, but the Pennsylvania Department of Public Health has taken a...

Podcast from Imagining America: IAStoryShare

Imagining America

IAStoryShare is a podcast from Imagining America, where publicly engaged artists, designers, scholars, students and community members share stories about their life and work. Listen and subscribe to...

Partnerships Classifieds

Career Day volunteers needed – Mar 15

Mastery Shoemaker

Mastery Shoemaker’s 10th Annual Career Day Registration We are excited to have you join us for our 10th annual Career Day on March 15th from 8:15AM to 12:45PM. The morning will start off with a...

The Postsecondary National Policy Institute (PNPI)’s 2019 Summer Intern Scholar Program

Postsecondary National Policy Institute

The Postsecondary National Policy Institute (PNPI)’s 2019 Summer Scholar Program (May 28- August 2, 2019) provides a unique opportunity for highly-motivated undergraduate and graduate students with...

after school soccer volunteers needed, Bayard Taylor School

Bayard Taylor School

Bayard Taylor school is searching for Volunteers to assist with after-school soccer program Tuesdays/Thursdays. When: 3pm-5pm Tuesdays/Thursdays, from March 5th to May 27th (subject to change based...

help set a world record – lead a Code Breaker workshop for girls

TechGirlz

First of all, TechGirlz is celebrating Women’s History Month by hosting a world record setting event! On March 30th, 2019, TechGirlz will host Code Breaker workshops to set the world record for...

volunteers needed for summer youth bereavement camp

Camp Erin Philadelphia

Camp Erin Philadelphia is a free, weekend bereavement camp for youth who are grieving the death of a significant person in their lives. Children and teens ages 6 to 17 attend a weekend camp...

National Conferences & Calls for Proposal

CAP College Success Institute – May 20-21

Making Waves Foundation

Making Waves Foundation event: Nationally, only 11 percent of low-income students graduate from college by age 24. This is not enough. This May 20-21, the CAP College Success Institute will convene...

2019 Civic Engagement and Democratic Learning Conference – Mar 9-13

NASPA - Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education

2019 NASPA Annual Conference, March 9-13, 2019, Los Angeles, CA CIVIC LEARNING AND DEMOCRATIC ENGAGEMENT KC PROGRAM GUIDE FOR NASPA19 The Civic Learning & Democratic Engagement (CLDE) Knowledge...

Call for Papers: Civic Engagement in General Education – Mar 1

The Journal of General Education

Call for Papers: Civic Engagement in General Education The Journal of General Education, in partnership with AASCU’s American Democracy Project (ADP) and the Association for General and Liberal...

Grant Opportunities

Food Justice Call for Proposals – Feb 20

Food Fit Philly

Supporting and Building Food Justice in Philadelphia! We just launched our open call for food justice projects to fund and welcome you to send in a Letter of Interest (LOI). See details and links...

HEAL Initiative: Preventing Opioid Use Disorder in Older Adolescents and Young Adults – Mar 13

National Institutes of Health

This FOA is intended to solicit two-phase research applications to develop, adapt and test interventions and strategies to prevent initiation of opioid misuse and development of OUD in at-risk older...

New Access Points for healthcare delivery – Mar 12

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

This notice announces the opportunity to apply for Fiscal Year (FY) 2019 New Access Points (NAP) funding under the Health Center Program. The purpose of this funding is to provide operational support...

Research Grants for Preventing Violence and Violence Related Injury – Mar 8

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (NCIPC) is soliciting investigator-initiated research that will help expand and advance our...

Direct Service Grants – Mar 29

The Philadelphia Foundation

Between February 22 and March 29, Philadelphia Foundation will accept applications for Direct Service grants: general operating support grants for direct-service organizations that are well-run,...

Children’s Trust Fund – Mar 6

PA Department of Human Services

PA announces new Children’s Trust Fund application process The PA Department of Human Services has posted the following Solicitation RFA 24-18. The purpose of the Children’s Trust Fund (CTF)...

YOUTHadelphia funding opportunity – Mar 1

Philadelphia Foundation

YOUTHadelphia funding application now available The Philadelphia Foundation is pleased to announce YOUTHadelphia’s grantmaking priorities for Spring 2019. Grants of $5,000, $10,000 and one...

Job Opportunities/AmeriCorps Opportunities

Manager of Collaboration, New Century Trust

New Century Trust

New Century Trust (NCT) is an exciting phase of our long history of working to build power among women and girls. We know that our most effective work will happen by working with others. To that end,...

Pt-time Studio School Director, Abington Art Center

Abington Art Center

Part-time (25-30 hours/week) Tuesday-Thursday, some Saturdays and evenings Position Summary: The Studio School Director works with Studio School staff and over 20 faculty to offer 200 classes, camps...

Part-Time Administrative Assistant

Center for Aquatic Sciences at Adventure Aquarium

The Center for Aquatic Sciences at Adventure Aquarium has a part-time Administrative Assistant position.  The Administrative Assistant will be responsible for assisting both the VP of Finance and HR...

Civic Engagement Field Canvasser

SEAMAAC

SEAMAAC welcomes applications for Civic Engagement Field Canvasser. SEAMAAC is a nonprofit organization in Philadelphia, with the mission “To support and serve immigrants and refugees and other...

Campbell Endowed Chair of Urban Education, The College of New Jersey

The College of New Jersey

We seek a distinguished scholar at the Associate or Full Professor level who will positively contribute to our innovative urban teacher education and Masters programs as the holder of the Campbell...

Director Of Development, How I Decide Foundation

How I Decide Foundation

Founded in 2014, the How I Decide Foundation is an educational nonprofit 501(c)(3) based in suburban Philadelphia. Our team is composed of academics, educators, and business professionals, and our...

Operations Specialist, Year Up

Year Up

The Operations Specialist will report directly to the Associate Director of Operations and will support the efficiency of the site by defining new processes and improving existing systems. The...

Regional Vice President for Development, Back on My Feet

Back On My Feet

The Regional Vice President,Development will report to the Vice President, Development who oversees development strategy for the organization. The RVP should be located in an existing BoMF chapter...

Assistant Program Manager, Compass Philadelphia

Compass Philly

Compass Philadelphia is seeking a part-time Assistant Program Manager to join a team that oversees our pro bono consulting program. About Compass Compass is a nonprofit that inspires business...

Program Director, Global Citizen

Global Citizen

Global Citizen is seeking a Program Director for a new literacy initiative that will address large-scale, ongoing volunteer needs throughout Philadelphia, primarily for the Read by 4th Campaign and...

Content Creator, ASPIRA

ASPIRA

ASPIRA is seeking a creative online marketer to join the long term effort to transform North Philadelphia neighborhoods through quality education. Thousands of local residents look to ASPIRA schools...

Miscellaneous

Engaging Peers and Near-Peers in Increasing FAFSA Completion – Mar 20

National College Access Network

Wednesday, March 20 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM Eastern Often students know the best ways to communicate with their peers, so why not engage them to help in your FAFSA completion efforts? During this webinar,...

Webinar: Rehearsing for Civic Dialogue – Mar 12

Americans for the Arts

Date and Time: March 12, 1029, 3 PM Civic dialogue is a critical process in a time of widespread conflict and divisiveness. But few of us are taught how to talk about – and hold space for...

Building a Culture of Curiosity to Empower Your Team and Your Constituents – Feb 20

Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR)

As children, we exercise curiosity by the minute. As adults, we need to relearn how to use it. As leaders, we need to foster it across our organizations. Join us on February 20 for a complimentary...

Drexel University Philadelphia Teacher Residency Program – Now Accepting Applications

Drexel University

Drexel University’s Philadelphia Teacher Residency program is now accepting applications for a new cohort that will begin this June. Accepted Teacher Residents receive a generous tuition...

Webinar: The Youth Vote in 2018 and What It Means for the Future of Politics – Feb 20

Tufts University

Tufts Faculty Webinar Series: The Youth Vote in 2018 and What It Means for the Future of Politics Date and Time: February 20, noon to 1 Presented by Peter Levine, associate dean, Lincoln Filene...

College Success Network

Engaging Peers and Near-Peers in Increasing FAFSA Completion – Mar 20

National College Access Network

Wednesday, March 20 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM Eastern Often students know the best ways to communicate with their peers, so why not engage them to help in your FAFSA completion efforts? During this webinar,...

Researchers Propose New Way to Gauge Colleges’ Success in Enrolling Low-Income Students

Education Next

By Lindsay Broderick, Staff Writer at National College Access Network A recent study conducted by Caroline Hoxby and Sarah Turner of Stanford University and the University of Virginia, respectively,...

Faculty Updates

New Issue of Metropolitan Universities – Urban and Metropolitan Universities: The Transformative Power of Anchor Institutions

Metropolitan Universities journal

The current issue of Metropolitan Universities, Vol 30 No 1 (2019): Urban and Metropolitan Universities: The Transformative Power of Anchor Institutions, focuses on the role of urban and metropolitan...

The Postsecondary National Policy Institute (PNPI)’s 2019 Summer Intern Scholar Program

Postsecondary National Policy Institute

The Postsecondary National Policy Institute (PNPI)’s 2019 Summer Scholar Program (May 28- August 2, 2019) provides a unique opportunity for highly-motivated undergraduate and graduate students with...

Journal Article for Higher Ed Colleagues Interested in High School Civic Engagement before College

The High School Journal

“Now More than Ever: Why Youth Organizing Work Belongs in Schools and What that Means in Theory and Practice” Even before the recent election highlighted the growing racial, economic, and...

Podcast from Imagining America: IAStoryShare

Imagining America

IAStoryShare is a podcast from Imagining America, where publicly engaged artists, designers, scholars, students and community members share stories about their life and work. Listen and subscribe to...

Webinar: The Youth Vote in 2018 and What It Means for the Future of Politics – Feb 20

Tufts University

Tufts Faculty Webinar Series: The Youth Vote in 2018 and What It Means for the Future of Politics Date and Time: February 20, noon to 1 Presented by Peter Levine, associate dean, Lincoln Filene...

Call for Papers: Civic Engagement in General Education – Mar 1

The Journal of General Education

Call for Papers: Civic Engagement in General Education The Journal of General Education, in partnership with AASCU’s American Democracy Project (ADP) and the Association for General and Liberal...

K-16 Partnerships

Counselor Connect at Temple University – Mar 13

Temple University

As Philadelphia’s public university, something we’re most proud of are the diamonds in our own backyard. The more we work together with local high school counselors like you, we can uncover more...


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