September 14, 2021

Other Local Events and Workshops

What is the Role of Main Streets in Mental Health? – Sep 22

What is the role of Main Streets in mental health? To answer this question, Mindy Thompson Fullilove used the “stroll and scroll method” and over 11 years visited Main Streets in 178...

Celebrate Constitution Day Online – Sep 17

Register now to join the National Constitution Center and learners from around the country on September 17 for free, live programs. Public Preamble Reading and Kids Town Hall (11:00 AM) Join us to...

Constitution Day at the National Constitution Center – Sep 17

On September 17, 1787, the Founding Fathers signed the most influential document in American history, the Constitution. Every year, the National Constitution Center commemorates this historic day by...

Hopeworks Camden Fall Code Day – Oct 23

Come to Hopeworks 5th annual Code Day to learn for free from industry experts about front end web development, careers and so much more! Workshops include front end web development, HTML, Javascript,...

Inquirer LIVE: Future of Work – Sep 15

Tested with a public health emergency and economic tumult, Philadelphia has endured 18 months – and counting – of upheaval since authorities declared COVID-19 a global pandemic. In this special...

CEA Learning Series: Goal Setting – Oct 20

The Civic Engagement Academy (CEA) is about inspiring local community change through training and skills development. Learn how to set the right goals for guiding your work. Date and Time: Wednesday,...

Penn Museum’s Teacher Talk Series: Fall 2021 – Sep 23

Relax, have a drink, and learn within a supportive community of educators!  The Teacher Talk Series is designed to help you de-stress and relax after a long day of virtual teaching and/or...

Teacher Professional Development: Preview of NEW Virtual Passport Day Series, Penn Museum – Sep 18

Are you thinking about ways to plan fun virtual adventures for your learners this year? Let the Penn Museum do the planning with our 2021-2022 Virtual Passport Days Series! Each Virtual Passport...

Teacher Workshop: Water, Wind, Breath: Southwest Native Art in Community, Barnes – Oct 2

This online workshop will prepare teachers for visits and discussions about the spring exhibition Water, Wind, Breath: Southwest Native Art in Community, opening February 20, 2022. Educators will...

Making Stories Visible: A Celebration of Writing and Literacy – Oct 16 & 17

For 20 years, the Philadelphia Writing Project has convened A Celebration of Writing and Literacy, an annual conference presented by and for Philadelphia educators. Join local educators online for...

Women of Faith and Hope 25th Annual Conference (Virtual) – Oct 9

Women of Faith and Hope, Inc. will have our 5th Annual conference Virtual on Saturday, October 9, 2021, 9:00 Am – 1:30 PM, Faith, Hope and Celebration: Living through the Pandemic and Breast...

2021 PACIE Virtual Conference: Global Inclusivity, Justice, and Sustainability – From PA, In PA – Oct 11

The PA Council for International Education (PACIE) 2021 Conference is Virtual and will convene on October 11 with featured speakers followed by deliberate dialogue. Speakers include Giselle...

New Resources

COVID Relief Training Program – apps due Sep 30

THE COVID RELIEF TRAINING PROGRAM: At The Center for Healing and Justice through Sport (CHJS) we believe that if done correctly sport has the power to change the world. We know that COVID has forced...

2021-2022 Constitution 101 Class Schedule for School Classrooms, National Constitution Center

The National Constitution Center is now connecting LIVE to classrooms! Part lecture and part lively conversation, weekly Constitution 101 classes are accessible to the public so that students,...

Resources for Constitution Day, Sep 17

Join us at the museum for FREE Admission on September 17, plus our great education programs and iconic exhibits! Explore our online educational resources, including our Constitutional Convention...

New Report: Informed and Empowered: Girls With Options program on family planning for Black and Hispanic female teens

Under the direction of Dr. Tawanna Jones Morrison of , Girls With Options worked with Black girls to develop a sex ed curriculum, had Black women teach it to Black and Hispanic students, and...

Podcast: Iron Sharpens Iron

Introducing Iron Sharpens Iron – the podcast! Our friends Leon Robinson and De’Wayne Drummond are Philly community organizers on a mission to empower grassroots organizers with the skills...

How Compliance Affects Grantseeking

Grants present an opportunity for foundations and nonprofits to drive positive change. Yet, it’s often overlooked that many states consider grant applications to be a form of charitable...

Podcast: Reconnecting Youth to Education

Strada Director of Research Nichole Torpey-Saboe is the featured guest on the latest episode of “Talent Talks,” a podcast where human resources veteran Rick Maher talks with thought...

Podcast: The Key with Inside Higher Ed: Teaching and Learning in (Another) Fluid Fall

Most of us had hoped for a lot more stability this fall, but here we are. For those of you involved in teaching and learning at your colleges and universities, that means continuing to live in that...

Back-to-School with Resources Created by Teachers, for Teachers!

This back-to-school season, explore innovative units by our spring 2021 Teacher Fellows! This inspiring group of educators teaching grades 4–12 designed and implemented original units that make...

PHL City IDs Available at Pop-up Sites

The PHL City ID provides a secure and affordable photo identification card for anyone living in Philadelphia, age 13 and older. The card helps create a more welcoming Philadelphia that embraces...

Fall After-School Programs, Phila.

Out-of-School Time (OST) is the time that a child or youth spends in after school programming. Research shows that children in OST programs are more likely to enjoy learning, attend school, and be...

26th Amendment Resources from JMU

Fifty years ago, the 26th Amendment to the United States Constitution took effect, lowering the universal voting age in the United States from 21 years to 18 years. Millions of young Americans were...

Partnerships Classifieds

Post Grad Service Fair Seeks Programs – Nov 15

Villanova will be hosting its annual post grad service fair on November 15, 2021.  The fair is from 5:00-7:00 pm in the Villanova Room with set up and dinner between 3:30-4:30 pm. As of right now...

Seeking New Partners: Achieve College Education

Seeking New Partners! Does your organization support working adults who want to get a college degree? If so, you should partner with Achieve College Education (ACE), a program managed by the...

National Conferences & Calls for Proposal

Save the Date: 33rd Annual National Service-Learning Conference – Apr 20-22 & 27

We will gather together in person for the first time in two years as a conference community. We stand together to address the pandemic, natural disasters, and other crises that challenge our...

Grant Opportunities

Small Grants for Grassroots Orgs – Oct 1

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

Projects to Defend Basic Freedoms – Oct 6

Herb Block Foundation Invites LOIs for Projects to Defend Basic Freedoms When Herb Block died in October 2001, he left $50 million with instructions to create a foundation to encourage the art of...

Youth Applied Conservation Grants – Oct 1

Papoose Conservation Wildlife Foundation Invites Applications for Youth, Applied Conservation Grants The Papoose Conservation Wildlife Foundation is focused on both wildlife science and...

Sustaining the Humanities through the American Rescue Plan – Oct 1

Pennsylvania Humanities Council Welcomes Applications for PA SHARP Grants The Pennsylvania Humanities Council (PHC) is welcoming applications for PA SHARP, a $ million humanities recovery and growth...

Impact Fund Offers Support for Litigation to Advance Social Justice – Oct 5

The Impact Fund provides grants to advance social justice in the areas of civil and human rights, environmental justice, and poverty law. To that end, grants of up to $50,000 will be awarded to...

PA SHARP: Recovery and Growth Grants – Oct 1

The Pennsylvania Humanities Council (PHC) is welcoming applications for PA SHARP, a $ million humanities recovery and growth program. As part of the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, PHC and other...

Round 2 of the Neighborhood Equitable Recovery Fund – Oct 1

Is your nonprofit organization serving vulnerable Philadelphians during the COVID-19 pandemic? We may be able to assist you! Nonprofit organizations have long played a critical role in maintaining...

Job Opportunities/AmeriCorps Opportunities

Seasonal Weekend Ride Support (Part-Time), Bicycle Coalition – Sep 20

The Bicycle Coalition is looking for a Seasonal Weekend Ride Support Person for the Better Bike Share Partnership fall events. The position is for rides on weekends (mostly Saturdays, with a few...

Pre-College Success Manager, TeenSHARP

TeenSHARP is a college access and leadership development nonprofit founded in 2009. We prepare Black, Latino, and low-income students to attend, thrive at, and graduate (with little or no debt) from...

Chief of Organizing, Advocacy & Learning, CEEP

Founded in 2008, Campus Election Engagement Project (Campus Elect) is a national nonpartisan 501 c 3 organization whose mission is to increase youth civic power and youth voting, giving emphasis to...

Chief of Media, Marketing & Communications, CEEP

Founded in 2008, Campus Election Engagement Project (Campus Elect) is a national nonpartisan 501 c 3 organization whose mission is to increase youth civic power and youth voting, giving emphasis to...

Chief of Donor Engagement, CEEP

Founded in 2008, Campus Election Engagement Project (Campus Elect) is a national nonpartisan 501 c 3 organization whose mission is to increase youth civic power and youth voting, giving emphasis to...

High School Learning Extension Program Instructor (Part-Time), KIPP

KIPP DuBois Collegiate Academy is looking to hire 6 part-time Learning Extension Instructors to provide students with tutoring (math), in-class assistance, and after-school enrichment programming....

Chess Coordinator, ASAP/After School Activities Partnerships

ASAP is searching for a Chess Coordinator, who will work alongside the Director of Chess Programs to support the expansion of ASAP Chess and provide more opportunities for young leaders to be engaged...

Administrative Assistant, Center for Civic Engagement & Social Impact, WCU – Sep 23

Join a vibrant campus community whose excellence is reflected in its diversity and student success. West Chester University, a member of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education, seeks to...

Miscellaneous

Donald Samull Classroom Herb Garden Grant – Oct 1

Herb Society of America Welcomes Applications for Herb Garden Grant The Herb Society of America welcomes applications from grade 3-6 teachers for its 2022 Donald Samull Classroom Herb Garden Grant....

CCNYPA Releases Americorps VISTA Host Site Application for 2022-23 – Nov 19

In partnership with AmeriCorps, Campus Compact of New York and Pennsylvania (CCNYPA) is pleased to announce the release of the Host Site Application for our AmeriCorps VISTA projects for the...

Webinar: What’s Next for Philanthropy – A Look Ahead at Emerging Trends – Sep 16

Join SSIR Live!  for our latest complimentary webinar, where we will explore the evolving future of philanthropy. In this live program, expert speakers Alandra Washington, Jennifer Holk, Gabriel...

Campus Vote Project T-Shirt Design Contest – Sep 25

Are you passionate about democracy, civic engagement, and voting? Do you also love to get creative? Are you a member of the Student Voting Network? (All students are invited to join the Student...

Fels Lab 2021-2022: Capstone Projects for MPA Students – Sep 30

Nonprofit and government organizations are invited to submit project proposals for specific strategic tasks (, program development or evaluation, policy research, advancement, etc) that could be...

Webinar: Being Our Future Best: Designing Effective Teaching and Significant Learning – Sep 28

Join authors, Zala Fashant, Linda Russell, and Karen LaPlant for this informative, future look at the Cycle of Course Design as a process for designing future dual-delivery courses to better respond...

CCNYPA’s Fall 2021 Communities of Practice (CoP) – Sep 24

Campus Compact of New York and Pennsylvania (CCNYPA) is pleased to announce three new Communities of Practice this Fall beginning in October. Be sure to read the description of CCNYPA’s approach to...

Impact Awards, Campus Compact – Sept 30 – Deadline Extended

**Deadline Extended to September 30*** Campus Compact is now accepting applications for our Impact Awards, recognizing faculty, community engagement professionals, and academic institutions for their...

Faculty Updates

Interfaith Leadership Virtual 3-Day Institute – Aug 6-8

Join the largest virtual gathering of students and educators from across the country committed to furthering American religious pluralism. Attend virtually with a group from your campus to learn how...

Campus Compact Affinity Networks, 2021-2022

Find space to strategize together, ask questions, find answers, and receive support. Sustained over time and meeting regularly throughout the year, affinity networks provide space and structure for...

New Report: In It Together, Community-Based Research Guidelines for Communities and Higher Ed

A new report from the Community Research Collaborative, In It Together, Community-Based Research Guidelines for Communities and Higher Ed, offers advice for both community-based and campus-based...

Learning & Sharing Virtual Series, CUMU

Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities (CUMU) Learning & Sharing Virtual Series recordings available in programming inventory Since we introduced the Learning & Sharing Virtual...

Webinar: COVID-19 Economic Recovery: The Role of Higher Education Anchors in Supporting Small Businesses and Entrepreneurs – Jul 1

The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on small businesses—the backbone of the economy. The federal government has played a critical role in preventing further devastation to small businesses and...

Homelessness and Housing Insecurity Action Summit – Jul 27&29

The Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities (CUMU) is hosting a summer action summit to address issues of homelessness and housing insecurity for CUMU member institutions and their community...

Podcast: The Key with Inside Higher Ed: The (Appropriate) Federal Role in Ensuring College Value

Students and state and federal governments alike are asking increasingly hard questions about the return on their investment in postsecondary education, as tuitions and debt grow. In this episode of...

Impact Awards, Campus Compact – Sept 30 – Deadline Extended

**Deadline Extended to September 30*** Campus Compact is now accepting applications for our Impact Awards, recognizing faculty, community engagement professionals, and academic institutions for their...


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