The week of

July 19, 2022

Other Local Events and Workshops

Volunteer Data Collection Virtual Training – Jul 21

Mayor's Office of Civic Engagement and Volunteer Services

Join Mayor’s Office of Civic Engagement and Volunteer Service for our upcoming virtual training Volunteer Data Collection. In this free virtual training, we will discuss how to use quantitative and...

School Daze: The State of Our Education – Aug 22

Philadelphia Youth Commission

School Daze is a town hall hosted by the Philadelphia Youth Commission & Friends where student leaders from all over the city will have the opportunity to share their thoughts about the state of...

The End of Isolation Tour, a Traveling Theatrical Production of “The BOX” – Aug 13

Pulitzer Center

The K-12 education team at the Pulitzer Center is very excited to invite a limited number of middle and high school educators in select cities to performances of the play, The BOX. These special...

First Annual Gender Wealth Summit – Sep 16

Women's Way

Join us on September 16, 2022, 8:00 Am to 4:30 PM for WOMEN’S WAY Inaugural Gender Wealth Summit! The summit, at Quorum in University City’s Science Center, will bring together participants for a...

5th annual GreenFutures’ Climate Change Summer Professional Development Workshop – Aug 17

GreenFutures

Calling all School District of Philadelphia middle school and high school educators – Join us on August 17th for the 5th annual GreenFutures’ Climate Change Summer Professional...

New Resources

Spotlight Series on Community Schools

Mayor's Office of Black Male Engagement

The Spotlight Guide is a magazine based on the Spotlight Series, an interview series produced by the Mayor’s Office of Black Male Engagement (OBME) which strives to showcase and raise the...

News Brief: Educational Costs of Gun Violence

Urban Institute

Gun violence and academic performance commonly contribute to elevated psychological stress, impairing adolescents’ learning ability. A new brief released by the Urban Institute highlights...

Summer Reads Series: Disability Pride Month, Pulitzer Center

Pulitzer Center

Over the summer months, we’re sharing underreported stories that add new perspectives to today’s headlines. Join us for our summer reads series! This week’s story: “When...

New Report: Equity Agenda: Recommendations for Improving the Accessibility of National Service

Service Year Alliance

We are excited to share our new equity agenda today detailing our recommendations for improving the accessibility of national service, including programs like AmeriCorps and the Peace Corps. The...

New Article: Higher education institutions are anchors for democracy

University of Pennsylvania’s Netter Center for Community Partnerships

Ira Harkey and Rita Hodges of the Netter Center recently co-authored this article with four of Netter’s global partners. Published in University World News, the article is about the Global...

Article: University of the District of Columbia Launches Violence Prevention & Community Wellness Initiative

University of the District of Columbia

The launch of the new initiative and certificate program created in response to the rise of violence in the District. “The whole community will benefit from the training and expertise that...

STEM Resources/Online Learning Programs, National Girls Collaborative Project

National Girls Collaborative Project

The National Girls Collaborative Project (NGCP) brings together organizations committed to informing and encouraging girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics...

Girls Who Code Clubs Program

Girls Who Code

BUILDING SISTERHOOD & MAKING AN IMPACT – Clubs for students to explore coding in a fun & friendly environment. Clubs are free programs for 3rd-5th and 6th-12th grade students to join a...

NSF-funded museums and science centers offering virtual experiences to enjoy from your home

National Science Foundation

Though museums and science centers across the nation may have closed their doors due to COVID-19, there are still ways to enjoy their exhibitions. Museums, science centers, zoo, aquariums, and other...

National Conferences & Calls for Proposal

Apply to Host AL1GN’s Annual National Conference – Aug 1

AL1GN

Now accepting applications for AL1GN 2023! Apply to host AL1GN’s annual national conference at your school. Applications are due August 1 at 11:59 pm. Apply here. How It Works Student...

Service-Learning Educator Institute (Virtual) – Aug 2

National Youth Leadership Council

The Educator Institute is professional development designed for K-12 teachers from all content areas. The Institute provides opportunities for teachers to improve their service-learning practice and...

Grant Opportunities

Modernized Anti-Racist Data Ecosystems (MADE) for Health Justice – Aug 31

de Beaumont Foundation

de Beaumont Foundation invites applications for Modernized Anti-Racist Data Ecosystems (MADE) for Health Justice The mission of the de Beaumont Foundation is to advance policy, build partnerships,...

healthcare equity for women with disabilities – Aug 19

WITH Foundation

WITH Foundation issues RFP for healthcare equity for women with disabilities The WITH Foundation promotes comprehensive health care for adults with developmental disabilities in the United States. To...

LOIs for higher education, interfaith leadership – Aug 26

Arthur Vining Davis Foundations

Arthur Vining Davis Foundations invite LOIs for higher education, interfaith leadership The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations were organized in 1952 under a living trust established by Mr. Arthur...

Tikkun Olam Grant program – Sep 19

Jewish Helping Hands

Jewish Helping Hands invites applications for Tikkun Olam Grant program Working both in the United States and abroad, Jewish Helping Hands (JHH) aims to support needy and vulnerable populations,...

RFP for City-wide Computer Refurbishing and Tech Support Program – Sep 16

City of Philadelphia

The City of Philadelphia has formally announced a Request for Proposals from OIT’s Digital Literacy Alliance to support a City-wide Computer Refurbishing and Tech Support program! The City of...

Gender Justice Organizing Fund – Jul 21

Bread & Roses Community Fund

Bread & Roses Community Fund has launched its Gender Justice Organizing Fund. Women, girls, trans, gender nonconforming, and LGBTQI+ people are the targets of systemic oppression based on gender...

Job Opportunities/AmeriCorps Opportunities

Director of the Master of Public Administration (MPA) Program, Villanova University

Villanova University

The Department of Public Administration at Villanova University invites applicants for the Director of Villanova’s NASPAA -accredited Master of Public Administration ( MPA ) program. The MPA...

Director of Youth and Adult Workforce Strategies, Community Empowerment and Opportunity

City of Philadelphia

The Director of Youth and Adult Workforce Strategies is responsible for providing direction and strategic leadership for CEO’s Youth and Adult Workforce initiatives and implementing projects that...

Director of Workforce Development, Philadelphia Commerce Department

City of Philadelphia

The City of Philadelphia’s Commerce Department division of Workforce Development is seeking a Director of Workforce Development, who will play an essential role as the creator, developer, convener...

Program Associate (Two Positions), Summer Search

Summer Search Philadelphia

While young people from low-income communities – who are disproportionately young people of color – face systemic inequities in school, in the workforce, and in life, they possess unique...

Director of Moelis Access Science, Netter Center

University of Pennsylvania’s Netter Center for Community Partnerships

The Director of Moelis Access Science is responsible for partnerships between Penn and West Philadelphia K-12 public schools that are Science, Technology Engineering, and Math (STEM)-focused. Moelis...

Apprentice Manager, Urban Technology Project

School District of Philadelphia

The Urban Technology Project (UTP) is an initiative of the School District of Philadelphia in partnership with Launch of Philadelphia (Communities In Schools of Philadelphia) that empowers...

Chief External Affairs Officer, Let’s Get Ready

Let's Get Ready

About the Organization: Let’s Get Ready (LGR) envisions a future when students from all socioeconomic backgrounds have the support they need to attain a college education. Through an innovative...

Grants Manager, Habitat for Humanity – Aug 12

Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia

In an effort to maximize funding support, Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia is seeking a full-time Grants Manager to manage pre-award and post-award activities for a large, diverse, portfolio of...

CAC Civic Engagement/IPL Campaign Organizer Fellow

Pennsylvania Interfaith Power & Light

Pennsylvania Interfaith Power and Light (PA IPL) is a community of congregations, faith-based organizations, and individuals of faith responding to climate change as an ethical and moral issue,...

DEP Growing Greener Plus and Environmental Education Grants, SE PA Coordinator/Fellow

Pennsylvania Interfaith Power & Light

Pennsylvania Interfaith Power and Light (PA IPL) is a community of congregations, faith-based organizations, and individuals of faith responding to climate change as an ethical and moral issue,...

Digital Asset Management Specialist, Barnes Foundation

The Barnes Foundation

The Digital Asset Management Specialist serves as the primary administrator for the digital asset management system (DAMS), overseeing the organization and usage of the institution’s media...

Director of Collections Research and Interpretation, Barnes Foundation

The Barnes Foundation

The Director of Collections Research and Interpretation oversees the Barnes’s efforts to produce and disseminate new knowledge about its art collection and history. Reporting to the Deputy Director...

Miscellaneous

Impact100 Philadelphia Founders Fellowship – Jul 31

Impact100 Philadelphia

The Impact100 Philadelphia Founders Fellowship is available to women from Philadelphia and the surrounding counties (Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery), between the ages of 25 and 35, who are...

Webinar: For Better or Worse: Designing Jobs During Technological Change – Jul 27

Aspen Institute

Increased global competition in recent decades has unleashed a new wave of technological advancement, and a new wave of predictions of technological displacement and job loss. But job destruction is...

ANNOUNCEMENT: AERA SIG 41 – NAME CHANGE

American Education Research Association (AERA)

As the Executive Leadership Team of AERA SIG41, we are excited to share with you that on Friday, June 17, 2022, AERA Council unanimously approved the petition to change our name from...

Call for Proposals: Community Engagement and the Covid-19 Pandemic – Aug 31

Vernon Press

Vernon Press invites book chapter proposals to be included in a forthcoming scholarly volume on “Community Engagement and the Covid-19 Pandemic” edited by Tawnya Azar, Community-engaged...

Online Event: Race in America: The Costs of Racism – Jul 21

Washington Post Live

Heather McGhee’s best-selling book, “The Sum of Us” argues that racism is at the core of society’s most vexing issues and hurts all communities. On Thursday, July 21 at 12:00 ET, join...

2022 Construction Training Program

Philadelphia Works

The new Cohort of the paid Pre-Apprenticeship Training Program will begin fall 2022. This program is 100% free for young adults with special priority given to individuals in the foster care, justice...

Summer Teacher Institute at the Museum of the American Revolution – Jul 20

Museum of the American Revolution

The Museum of the American Revolution is excited to announce the return of in-person Summer Teacher Institutes! From August 15-19, we will welcome educators from the US and UK who have been...

In the Now Series (Virtual): Student (College) Success & Well-being – Aug 2-11

Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities

The Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities (CUMU) is excited to launch the In the Now Series, a new opportunity for CUMU members to connect in a timely and responsive format to discuss...

Online Event: Measuring Relationship Development and Student Growth – Aug 23

To&Through Project

Dirrick Butler will present on how Project OneTen is working to measure relationship development and student growth for ninth-grade young men in their program. Dirrick Butler is the founder and...

Webinar: Dissertation Dish: Engaging Sameness: A Phenomenological Study Of The Community Engagement Experiences Of Latinx Students At A Hispanic Serving Institution – Aug 2

International Association for Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement

The Dissertation Dish is a collaboration between the International Association for Research on Service Learning and Community Engagement (IARSLCE), Imagining America, and LEAD California (formerly...

Nominate a 2022 Holland Scholar – Aug 1

Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities

***Deadline Extended to August 1, 2022*** Now in its fifth year, the Barbara A. Holland Scholar-Administrator Award honors a bold, mid-career administrator-scholar whose leadership and intellectual...

Democratic Engagement

Register 8 Million New, Young Voters, Youth Service America (YSA)

Youth Service America

Youth Service America’s ServiceVote campaign asks young people to help register, educate, and get their peers out to vote; to connect their volunteering and service to voting and advocacy on...

Faculty Updates

Coming Soon: A New & Improved Resource Library from Campus Compact

Campus Compact

Before the end of the summer, we’ll have even more tools for you to use. We will soon be launching a new website, and with it, a new and vastly improved Resource Library. The library will...

The Craft of Community-Engaged Teaching & Learning: A Guide for Faculty Development

Campus Compact

Catch up on your reading list – start with The Craft of Community-Engaged Teaching & Learning: A Guide for Faculty Development, from Campus Compact. With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic,...

Equity & Inclusion Credential, Campus Compact

Campus Compact

The Equity & Inclusion Credential encourages and supports practitioners as they reflect on, articulate, and analyze their individual commitments and actions—as well as those of their...

Join a Summer of Community Practice – Jun 17

Campus Compact

Campus Compact’s Communities of Practice (CoPs) offer community engagement practitioners from across the country a platform and space for shared learning and collegial support to advance their...

Nominate a 2022 Holland Scholar – Aug 1

Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities

***Deadline Extended to August 1, 2022*** Now in its fifth year, the Barbara A. Holland Scholar-Administrator Award honors a bold, mid-career administrator-scholar whose leadership and intellectual...


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