The week of

June 18, 2018

Other Local Events and Workshops

Panel: Opiate use in Philadelphia

Community College of Philadelphia

The growing misuse of opioids in the Philadelphia community has caused a rise in injection-related infectious diseases. This month, CCP’s Institute for Community Engagement and Civic Leadership...

What Kind of Teacher Education Do We Need in Our Current Turbulent Times?

Arcadia University

Transformative Teacher Ed Fellowship Keynote: Dr. Katherine Schultz by Transformative Teacher Educator Fellowship Program To kick off the Transformative Teacher Education Fellowship Summer Institute,...

Transformational Intergroup Dialogue Facilitation

Blue Door Group

Location: Philadelphia, PA Transformational Intergroup Dialogue is a powerful approach that supports participants in uncovering their real thoughts and feelings in relation to issues of diversity and...

Free SAT Prep and other summer opportunities for high schoolers

Mighty Writers

It’s the moment you’ve been waiting for! Juniors and Seniors in high school can schedule an interview for FREE SAT Prep at Mighty Writers South. Interviews are required, and all...

Summer Program at Bridge Way School

Bridge Way School

The Bridge Way School is Philadelphia’s only recovery high school. This summer Bridge Way is offering a summer camp on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 am – 2 pm, beginning on July 17 and...

Summer events at Tree House Books

Tree House Books

June 19th – A Night In Jumanji 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM Travel to Jumanji through Tree House Books! We will read the book, play the board game, and will watch part of the movie together! June 28th...

The Divided City Book Event

Philadelphia Association of Community Development Corporations

The Divided City Book Event with Alan Mallach and Jake Blumgart Join PACDC and WHYY’s PlanPhilly on the evening of Tuesday, June 26th for a conversation between Alan Mallach, the author of the...

Keys to Financial Success Teacher PD

Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia

Concerned about your students’ financial illiteracy? Teach personal finance? Our Keys to Financial Success program provides you with the tools you need to teach your high school students how to...

New Resources

Chicago’s Social Innovations, Social Enterprises, and Public Private Partnerships

Social Innovations Lab

Across the globe and in the Greater Chicago Region, there has been a rapid rise in the number of social sector innovators and entrepreneurs who want to find innovative ways to solve or move the...

Beyond the Check: A Roadmap for Engaging Individual Donors

Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance

Cultural Alliance publishes report on engaging individual donors The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance has unveiled its most recent research report, Beyond the Check: A Roadmap for Engaging...

2018 State of the Nonprofit Sector Survey Results

Nonprofit Finance Fund

NFF survey shows nonprofit sector finances ‘stretched thin’ The age-old story continues for 2018. There’s more work for nonprofits to do and fewer resources with which to do it. More...

Far Too Many Students Near Completion Are Leaving College

Civitas Learning

By MorraLee Keller, Director of Technical Assistance, National College Access Network Civitas Learning just released a report that will make us take a pause and refute the idea that all college...

Report: College and Career Readiness

George W. Bush Institute

Students must be prepared for both college and career — not one over the other. All students will graduate ready for success in college and careers. This simple statement can be found within the...

Big Picture Collective Art Project

Big Picture Art Project

About The Big Picture: The big picture is a collective art project where people in our local area and around the world are collaborating to create a big mosaic picture from thousands of drawings....

Partnerships Classifieds

Adult literacy volunteers needed, Community Learning Center

Community Learning Center

Volunteers Needed at Adult Literacy Agency in Philadelphia We hope you will join us as a volunteer at Community Learning Center! Community Learning Center (CLC), an adult literacy agency, offers...

volunteers needed, Philadelphia Mini Maker Faire

JEVS Human Services

The Maker Faire will happen on Sunday, June 24th at PENNOVATION WORKS from 10am – 6pm. The Faire is a showcase of invention, creativity, and resourcefulness. From engineers and artists to...

Host a high school summer intern

Steppingstone Scholars

The Steppingstone Scholars Internship Program (IPP) provides summer internships for 10th-12th grade students. The program encourages students to pursue post-secondary education and training in a...

National Conferences & Calls for Proposal

Education for the New Student Majority: Collaboration and Innovation for Persistence and Completion

Yes We Must Coalition

Yes We Must Coalition National Conference: This event on “Education for the New Student Majority: Collaboration and Innovation for Persistence and Completion” will bring together post-secondary...

Transition to College Facilitator Trainings

Families In Schools

Families In Schools is pleased to announce its revised curriculum for families with children in grades 11 and 12: Transition to College. Transition to College is a six-week program that helps address...

Our Public Schools Our Democracy: Our Fight for the Future

Network for Public Education

Network for Public Education / NPE Action 5th Annual National Conference October 20th – 21st, 2018 Indianapolis, Indiana We are delighted to let you know that you can purchase your discounted...

Call for Workshops: Beyond the Walls: Reentry Summit and Prison Health Care

Philadelphia FIGHT

Friday, October 5, 2018 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM We are excited to announce the 2018 Prison Summit will be held in this fall, October 5th. With a focus on community led responses to the crisis in the...

Developing Youth Leaders at the Nobel Peace Prize Forum Minneapolis

National Youth Leadership Council

September 14-15, 2018, Minneapolis, MN, Augsburg University Campus This new leadership opportunity is open to youth (entering grades 7-12 in 2018) and adult teams. Adult partners attend the Nobel...

Taking Action: Acting Locally Linking Globally

National Youth Leadership Council

June 18-21, 2018 9:00 – 4:30 CEUs: 30 Cost: $100 Location: TIES Building, 1667 Snelling Avenue N., Saint Paul, MN Are you a K-16 educator interested in incorporating action into your course of...

Grant Opportunities

2018 Data Journalism and Property Rights Grants

Pulitzer Center for Crisis Reporting

Open Call for Proposals 2018 Data Journalism and Property Rights Grants The Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, a grant-giving non-profit organization that supports independent global journalism, is...

Job Opportunities/AmeriCorps Opportunities

OST Program Manager, Lenfest Center

Lenfest Center

The Lenfest Center is a community center serving the Hunting Park neighborhood. The Center offers a wide variety of programs for young people (whom we call ‘scholars’) in grades K through 12....

Service Coordinator, JEVS Human Services

JEVS Human Services

Are you a compassionate Case Manager committed to ensuring services are provided to those in need? Do you feel motivated by helping others become more independent? We are seeking a dedicated and...

Director of Philanthropy, The Nature Conservancy

Nature Conservancy

The Nature Conservancy is a global conservation organization dedicated to conserving the lands and waters on which all life depends. Guided by science, we create innovative, on-the-ground solutions...

Gov’t Relations & Compliance Coordinator, Health Partners Plans

Health Partners Plans

We are proud to be an EEO/AA employer M/F/D/V. Minority and women are encouraged to apply. We maintain a drug-free & nicotine free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing....

Family Literacy Program Coordinator

RSVP of Montgomery County

Primary Objectives: Provide trained volunteers to help preschoolers develop their reading skills. Work with Head Start and other select preschools in the counties of Montgomery, Chester and Delaware...

part-time Program Manager, RSVP of Montgomery County

RSVP of Montgomery County

Volunteer Executive Consultants Program Manager 20 hours per week out of King of Prussia, PA Reports to Executive Director Primary Objective: To provide affordable professional executive consulting...

Executive Director, Philadelphia City Rowing

Philadelphia City Rowing

Reports To: Board Chairman Context and Key Expectations ● Over the last seven years, PCR has built successful programs and a vibrant community. Our new Executive Director will help us enhance our...


Leading through Nonprofit Life Cycles

Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations

PANO offers webinar on nonprofit life cycles What is your nonprofit’s stage of development, and why should that matter? Leadership, governance, programming, and infrastructure all change as a...

How to Create an Annual Report Infographic

Charity How To

How to Create an Annual Report Infographic – A Step-by-Step Guide to Transition Your Paper Annual Report to an Infographic Join us on May 24th at 1 PM or May 30th at 3 PM Does your nonprofit...

High Impact Practices and Low-Income Student Success: What Works?

National College Access Network

NCAN Webinar: The Yes We Must Coalition’s recent publication “High Impact Practices and Low-Income Student Success: What Works?” is a valuable resource for college success programs seeking...

Barbara A. Holland Scholar Award

Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities

The Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities is pleased to announce the inaugural Barbara A. Holland Scholar Award. This annual award honors a bold, mid-career administrator-scholar whose...

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