The week of

July 9, 2018

PHENND Events/Activities

Other Local Events and Workshops

Hand In Hand: Families, Schools and Communities

Family Involvement Conference

SAVE THE DATE 44th Annual Family Involvement Conference October 14-17, 2018 Best Western Premier the Central Hotel and Conference Center Harrisburg, PA Hand In Hand: Families, Schools and Communities...

Teen Writing Programs at Rec Centers

Mighty Writers

Teen Writing Programs at Rec Centers FREE Writing Programs by Mighty Writers Open Mic experience! This will be an opportunity Wednesday afternoons this summer to learn how to write poetry and master...

Orientation and Business Assessment Workshop

Women's Business Development Center

August 2: Women’s Business Development Center’s Orientation and Business Assessment Workshop This workshop is designed for women interested in starting or growing a business. Participants...

Mastering Philly’s New Real Estate Development Social Impact Disclosure Law

JustLaws

MASTERING PHILLY’S NEW REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT SOCIAL IMPACT DISCLOSURE LAW Learn How to Navigate the New Terrain for Community Engagement What will you learn by taking the Mastering...

Media Launch Party 2018 for iCamp Summer Academy

West Chester University

iCamp Summer Academy at West Chester University MEDIA LAUNCH PARTY 2018 Join us for refreshments and a presentation of media projects for social change. Young creatives will present projects in four...

Summer writing workshops for kids

Mighty Writers

We’re proud to announce our upcoming workshops hosted by Mighty Writers-Penrose this summer! We have two opportunities for students ages 5-18. Please help us spread the word about the upcoming...

One Week College Prep Summer Program for High School Students

Make Your Name Great

Make Your Name Great, Inc., in partnership with Villanova University Office of Admissions presents a one week college preparatory and life skill development program for rising 9th – 12th grade...

Path Towards HCV Elimination Breakfast

Philadelphia FIGHT

Registration is now open for Philadelphia’s Path Towards HCV Elimination Breakfast!! Philadelphia FIGHT Community Health Centers is a comprehensive health services organization providing...

Free STEM Workshop for Teachers

Arcadia University

Come to our Math & Engineering Workshop! Workshop: Designing a Container to Collect Rainwater In this workshop, participants will use their knowledge of mathematics (height, radius, surface area,...

Empire Beauty School: Grooming for Success

Institute for Community Justice

Institute for Community Justice Reentry Center Workforce Development Presents: Empire Beauty School: Grooming for Success Empire Beauty School will be here for a presentation on how to apply for a...

Evictions and Poverty: Activating a Local Response to a National Crisis

Mayor's Office of Community and Empowerment

Date: July 19, 2018 Time: 9:00 am – 11:30 am Location: United Way, 1709 Benjamin Franklin Parkway Since the 2016 publication of Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City by Princeton...

Serve VISTA Lightning Talks: Building Capacity to Fight Poverty

SERVE Philadelphia

by Serve Philadelphia Join us at our first annual Serve VISTA Lightning Talks! Serve VISTAs fight the injustices and causes of poverty in Philadelphia by serving full time for one year in City...

City Year Recruitment Event

City Year Philadelphia

CITY YEAR HOSTING RECRUITMENT EVENT – JULY 11TH DESCRIPTION City Year is hosting a recruitment event for young adults ages 18-25 years old. Join us to learn more about short term career...

New Resources

2018 ASAP Summer Camps & Resources

After School Activities Partnerships (ASAP)

Did you know each year ASAP coordinates more than 25 programs throughout the city to keep kids active and learning during the critical summer months? Why? Research shows students need access to...

Improving Teaching Effectiveness: Final Report

Rand Corporation

The Intensive Partnerships for Effective Teaching Through 2015–2016 The Intensive Partnerships for Effective Teaching initiative, designed and funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, was...

Awake to Woke to Work: Building a Race Equity Culture

ProInspire

How to Construct a Race Equity Culture A new publication from the Equity in the Center project at ProInspire should be required reading for every leader, especially those of us in the nonprofit...

First-Gens More Engaged and Committed to Education

Campus Labs

Often when we think of first-generation students, we think of those who may not be ready for higher education and may have many struggles ahead of them. We think of students who might be academically...

Early Childhood Is Critical to Health Equity

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

The first few years of life are crucial in establishing a child’s path toward—or away from—health and well-being across the entire lifespan. This report, produced in partnership with the...

Annual Philadelphia Highlights

Cradles to Crayons

Read the Cradles to Crayons Annual Philadelphia Highlights for FY2018 At Cradles to Crayons, our entire organization is driven by a focused and all-important goal: to make life better for children in...

Defining University Anchor Institution Strategies: Comparing Theory to Practice

Planning Theory & Practice

Since the 1990s, some urban universities have served as neighborhood anchors with an interest in revitalization. Current theory suggests anchors adopt ‘shared value’ approaches, leveraging...

An Examination of Urban Neighborhoods with University Revitalization Efforts

Journal of Planning Education and Research

Gown, Town, and Neighborhood Change: An Examination of Urban Neighborhoods with University Revitalization Efforts Abstract Universities are expanding their missions to encompass neighborhoods and...

How Does Last-Dollar Financial Aid Affect First-Year Student Outcomes?

Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

How Does Last-Dollar Financial Aid Affect First-Year Student Outcomes? Evidence from the Bridging the Gap Study Abstract Boosting the enrollment, academic performance, and graduation rates of...

Building a Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Theory of Change

NASPA - Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education

BUILDING A CLDE THEORY OF CHANGE: 5 ESSAYS AND AN INVITATION Recently Forbes published the last in a series of five essays we wrote together to amplify and invite conversations about the CLDE...

Effective Strategies for Supporting Student Civic Engagement

NASPA - Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education

NASPA: Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education has recently published Effective Strategies for Supporting Student Civic Engagement, offering effective strategies for student affairs...

Investing in Single Mothers’ Higher Education

Institute for Women's Policy Research

Increasing educational attainment among single mothers is critical to strengthening family well-being and economic security in the United States. Single mothers typically have less education, lower...

The State of Higher Education Equity

Education Trust

The requires a well-educated workforce to grow our economy, strengthen our democracy, and solve big problems at home and abroad. And individuals with a college degree benefit from more job security,...

A Major Step: What Adults Without Degrees Say About Going (Back) to College

Public Agenda

Millions of American adults either have no education beyond high school or have some college but no degree. Helping more adults attain a degree or certificate is crucial for our nation’s...

Grading the States: Our Nation’s Commitment to Public Education

Schott Foundation for Public Education

This report examines our nation’s commitment to democracy by assessing the privatization programs in the 50 states and the District of Columbia with the goal of not only highlighting the benefits...

Bringing Youth Voice to the Table

American Youth Policy Forum

What does it mean to bring youth voice to the table? Recently, we are finding out about the power of youth voice, such as when Parkland students and youth across the country rallied together in...

Can Higher Education Recapture the Elusive American Dream?

Association of American Colleges and Universities

THE 2018 ANNUAL MEETING: Can Higher Education Recapture the Elusive American Dream? Liberal Education, Spring 2018 Vol. 104, No. 2 Covering a wide array of topics—democratic engagement between...

Partnerships Classifieds

Communication and Events Intern, Morning Circle Media

Morning Circle Media

Communication and Events Intern (deadline to apply: August 31st, 2018) Morning Circle Media is seeking a bilingual (Spanish/English) individual interested in promoting early literacy and...

National Conferences & Calls for Proposal

Advancing Latino Student Success in Higher Education

Excelencia in Education

Two Unique Events Over Two Days Advancing Latino Student Success in Higher Education CELEBRACIÓN DE EXCELENCIA Thursday, October 11, 2018 • 5:30-7:30pm • Mayflower Hotel Plan to attend the...

Call for Proposals: Diversity & Democracy: Undergraduate Global Health Education

Association of American Colleges and Universities

Call for Proposals: Issue of “Diversity & Democracy” Focused on Undergraduate Global Health Education Proposals Due August 31, 2018 The call for proposals is now open for articles for an...

Job Opportunities/AmeriCorps Opportunities

Lead Instructor for Food Education Summer Camp

Hungry Education

Hungry Education is working with Reading Terminal Market to offer a summer camp celebrating the Market’s 125th Anniversary. The camp is being held on site at the Market the week of 8/20-8/24....

Measurement & Evaluation Coordinator, Drexel Population Health Management

Drexel University

The Measurement and Evaluation Coordinator will design, coordinate and execute evaluations for Drexel Population Health Management. Programs in the center’s portfolio include, but are not...

Research Project Manager, Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice

Temple University

The Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice will launch in September 2018 in the College of Education at Temple University. It will be an action research center focused on rethinking and...

AmeriCorps Program Empowerment Director, DREAM Program

DREAM Program

Are you passionate about closing the opportunity gap and making change? Do you love working with young people? We are seeking seriously motivated individuals who are innovative and adventurous. We...

Nourishing Literacy Kitchen Teacher

Free Library of Philadelphia

Culinary Literacy Center The Free Library of Philadelphia’s Culinary Literacy Center opened in June of 2014, providing innovative and accessible public programming to children and adults throughout...

Part-time Instructor, Unpacking the Past

University of Pennsylvania

Do you have a passion for education and learning? Do you love working with middle school students? Are you a natural at engaging groups and getting kids to imagine and explore? If so, we hope you...

College and Career Readiness Department Director, District 1199C Training Fund

1199C Training Fund

General Overview of Position: The Director of the CCR Department is responsible for oversight and supervision of District 1199C Training Fund’s adult basic education/ELL, IELCE (Integrated English...

Program Coordinator, Integrated English Language Literacy & Civics Education

1199C Training Fund

General Overview of Position The IELCE Program Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the development and implementation of the IELCE and IET (Integrated Education and Training) programs for ESL...

Instructor, Integrated English Language Literacy & Civics Education

1199C Training Fund

General Overview of Position The Integrated English Language Literacy & Civics Education (IELCE) instructor is responsible for developing and implementing a curriculum and lesson plans that...

Chief of External Relations, School District of Philadelphia

School District of Philadelphia

Develops a strategy to integrate media relations/communications, government relations, and community engagement into a unified strategic public engagement program in support of the...

Regional Director, Resources for Human Development

Resources for Human Development

Philadelphia Behavioral Health and Housing Division Regional Director The Regional Director oversees and ensures the successful implementation of Division QA/QI activities, outcome measures, Incident...

Grants Associate, National Philanthropic Trust

National Philanthropic Trust

The Grants Associate is responsible for processing grants recommended by NPT’s donors. This is accomplished through researching and validating grants, reporting on grants made through the various...

City Year seeks Corps Members

City Year Philadelphia

CITY YEAR STILL HIRING FOR ALL LOCATIONS City Year is now accepting applications on a rolling basis until every position at all 28 sites have been filled. City Year was founded in 1988 on the belief...

Miscellaneous

Turning Misinformation into Educational Opportunity: Free Webinar on Teaching Climate Change

Alliance for Climate Education

The Alliance for Climate Education is offering a five-part summer webinar series on teaching climate change through misconception-based learning. Each webinar focuses on a single NGSS-aligned lesson...

What’s Food Got to Do With It?: Models for Sexual Health Education

Philadelphia FIGHT

There is so much happening at the Community Health Training Alliance, one of which is our continuing webinar series, check out this month’s! What’s Food Got to Do With It?: Models for Sexual...

Community Health Training Alliance: When Faith Hurts

Philadelphia FIGHT

Check out our July Webinars! There is so much happening at the Community Health Training Alliance, one of which is our continuing webinar series, check out this month’s! When Faith Hurts July...

Digital Marketing for Cultural Entities

Social Innovations Institute

Back by popular demand… Digital Marketing for Cultural Entities Happening July 12th, 2PM EDT Learn from Daniel Gallant, Arts Marketing Consultant and the Executive Director of the Nuyorican...

How to Write an Awesome Annual Report

Charity How To

How to Write an Awesome Annual Report – a Step-By-Step Guide Join us on July 12th at 1 PM or July 19th at 3 PM Too often, annual reports are too long, too full of data and not focused enough on...


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