The week of

September 27, 2022

PHENND Events/Activities

Call for Nonprofit Host Sites for PHENND Fellows – Nov 21

PHENND

Nonprofit organizations in the Greater Philadelphia region are invited to apply to host a PHENND Fellow for the 2023-2024 program year. This application is for new host sites. PHENND Fellows serve in...

Other Local Events and Workshops

The GroupChat: 2022 GOTV Season – Oct 6

Mayor's Office of Youth Engagement

The Millennial Advisory Committee (MAC) is partnering with the Mayor’s Office of Youth Engagement & the Philadelphia Youth Commission to bring an important conversation on the importance of...

Building Youth Power in Mentoring Programs, Training and Community Dialogue – Oct 26

MENTOR Independence Region

Join MENTOR Independence Region for a free in-person Building Youth Power in Mentoring Programs Training and Community Dialogue for mentoring program staff and board members! MENTOR Independence...

Trauma-Informed Mentoring Free Virtual Training – Oct 13

MENTOR Independence Region

Join MENTOR Independence Region for our free virtual training,  Trauma-Informed Mentoring! Get the skills and strategies you need in your mentoring role to support youth in developing resilience to...

Igniting Racial Equity: Understanding the Building Blocks of a Quality Early Childhood Education System – Oct 1

Urban Affairs Coalition

This free summit will offer a platform for collective experience to reflect and deepen understanding of systemic racism, as well: Exploring how public policy can enable classroom practices that fight...

Philadelphia Premier Networking Event, Urban Affairs Coalition – Nov 18

Urban Affairs Coalition

The Urban Affairs Coalition “Philadelphia Premier Networking Event” is back, and better than ever! On Friday, November 18, 2022, UAC will celebrate its 53rd Anniversary at UAC’s 53rd...

PA Health Access Network (PHAN) Election Forum – Sep 30

PA Health Access Network

Join us for our first ever Election Forum on September 30th at 9:30am about how the November election is likely to impact healthcare policies and programs in Pennsylvania. The forum will feature...

Not Paved For Us: Black Educators and Public School Reform in Philadelphia – Sep 28

Free Library of Philadelphia

In person at the Free Library of Philadelphia Parkway Central Library: Camika Royal, author of Not Paved For Us: Black Educators and Public School Reform in Philadelphia, in conversation with Edwin...

How to Get the Most out of College – Oct 15

Collective Success Network

Join us in West Philadelphia on Saturday, October 15 for networking with light snacks, followed by a webinar led by Elliot Felix, author of How to Get the Most out of College: 127 ways to make...

Power, Truth, and Courage: Anita Hill and the Evolving Workplace – Oct 3

Temple University Beasley School of Law

Join us for a powerful evening of community and conversation as Dean Rachel Rebouché and Anita Hill discuss Ms. Hill’s book, Believing: Our Thirty Year Journey to End Gender Violence and current...

Voter Rights and Voter Registration Training – Sep 29

Project HOME

The voter registration deadline in PA for the November election is around the corner on October 24th! This election is very important, and we want to make sure that our community is able to make...

Online Class: Fundamentals of Successful Fundraising – Oct 3

LaSalle Nonprofit Center

Fundamentals of Successful Fundraising offers learners an engaging look at fundraising in today’s changing landscape. The course explores the key building blocks of a fundraising program, such as...

Online Class: A History and Introduction to Fundraising – Sep 29

LaSalle Nonprofit Center

This class will explore the history of philanthropy in the US, how it has developed up to the current day, and its role in ensuring that equity, diversity, inclusion, access, and belonging exists...

Public Space Summit 2022: Public Spaces Matter to Me – Oct 15

Fairmount Park Conservancy

Fairmount Park Conservancy, Philadelphia Parks and Recreation, the Free Library of Philadelphia, Friends of the Free Library of Philadelphia and Knight Foundation are all excited to announce the...

New Resources

Get Out the Student Vote

Liberal Education Magazine

Data from the 2020 elections to help campuses get students to the polls in November A main objective of US higher education has long been to prepare college and university students to participate in...

Preview of White House Hunger Conference

Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity

In this Spotlight exclusive, Rep. Jim McGovern (D-MA) shares insight into the September 28 White House conference on hunger and nutrition – the first such conference since 1969 – and his hopes...

New Issue of Metropolitan Universities: Anti-Racism, Equity and Inclusion at Urban Institutions

Metropolitan Universities journal

A new issue of Metropolitan Universities [Vol. 33 No. 2 (2022)]: Anti-Racism, Equity and Inclusion at Urban Institutions is now available. Over the past six years, higher education’s collective...

Emancipator VoteChat: Nonpartisan Tool That Tracks Voting Law Changes

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge

Check out the Emancipator’s VoteChat – a free, nonpartisan tool that tracks voting law changes across the country. You can text “VOTE” to 877-596-5610 or visit the web version to...

All Vote No Play Student Athlete Voter Captain Guide

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge

Got 15 minutes each month to help your teammates become informed and engaged voters? This visual guide of monthly activities and “power play” civic drills is the place to start flexing...

Democracy Group Podcasts

The Democracy Group

The Democracy Group is a podcast network about democracy, civic engagement, and civil discourse. Podcasts affiliated with ALL IN campuses: When the People Decide & Democracy Works  – The...

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge 2022 Impact Report

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge

Since 2016, the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge has provided structure, support, and recognition to higher education institutions committed to advancing nonpartisan democratic engagement. We are...

Faculty Development Resources, Campus Compact

Campus Compact

Campus Compact is committed to supporting engaged faculty (and professional staff who support them) with training, resources, and opportunities. College and university faculty take part in a broader...

National Conferences & Calls for Proposal

Call for Proposals: 2023 Conference on General Education, Pedagogy, and Assessment – Oct 24

American Association of Colleges & Universities

The American Association of Colleges & Universities (AAC&U) 2023 Conference on General Education, Pedagogy, and Assessment, The Innovation Imperative: Empowering, Celebrating, and Rewarding...

Grant Opportunities

emerging professionals in the juvenile justice system – Oct 4

Annie E. Casey Foundation

Annie E. Casey Foundation issues RFP for emerging professionals in the juvenile justice system The Annie E. Casey Foundation is devoted to developing a brighter future for millions of children and...

Energize the Environment – Oct 30

Quadratec

Quadratec invites applications for ‘Energize the Environment’ grant program Quadratec invites applications for its ‘Energize the Environment’ grant program, which will award a single...

Communities Transforming Policing Fund – Oct 28

Borealis Philanthropy

Borealis Philanthropy Communities Transforming Policing Fund issues RFP The Borealis Philanthropy Communities Transforming Policing Fund (CTPF) has announced a request for proposals to support rapid...

Job Opportunities/AmeriCorps Opportunities

Vice President, Data & Innovation, Steppingstone Scholars

Steppingstone Scholars

Who We Are and What We Do The union of Philadelphia Futures and Steppingstone Scholars creates one of the most dynamic, expansive, and trusted educational nonprofits in the City of Philadelphia. Our...

Grant Writer (Contracted), Phila. Youth Basketball – Oct 3

Philadelphia Youth Basketball

Philadelphia Youth Basketball, Inc. (PYB) was officially launched in June 2015, with a mission to create transformative opportunities for thousands of young people, especially those from...

Community Outreach Coordinator, Philadelphia Orchard Project – Oct 17

Philadelphia Orchard Project

The Community Outreach Coordinator is a new part-time position that will report directly to one of POP’s Co-Executive Directors and work closely with the Education Director and other staff and...

Afterschool Group Leaders, Martha Washington School

ACE Afterschool Program

ACE After School Program at Martha Washington School is looking for Group Leaders. This is a program staff position and pays $ per hour. The program serves students in grades K-5. A high school...

Education Coordinator, Pendle Hill – Oct 20

Pendle Hill

PENDLE HILL is a Quaker study, retreat, and conference center that seeks to create peace with justice in the world by transforming lives through learning opportunities, retreat, and community...

STEM Workforce Development Manager, McKinney Center

Philadelphia Education Fund

The Philadelphia Education Fund (PEF) seeks a full time STEM Workforce Development Manager to focus on one of the McKinney Center’s primary objectives: to help area students understand, have the...

Institutional Relations Manager, MANNA

MANNA

MANNA is a nonprofit organization in Philadelphia providing nutrition services to improve health for people with serious illnesses who need nourishment to heal. By providing medically tailored meals...

Facilities Technician (Part-Time, Seasonal), Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site

Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site

Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site (ESPHS) is seeking a Part-Time, Seasonal Facilities Technician. Our Facilities Technicians are responsible for ensuring that all areas of the facility are...

Bookkeeper (Part-Time), Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site

Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site

Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site (ESPHS) is seeking a Part-Time Bookkeeper to join its accounting department. This position is part-time, about 15 to 20 hours per week (with additional hours...

Miscellaneous

Virtual Event: Launching Urban’s Disability Equity Policy Initiative: A Conversation on Including Disability in Research – Oct 12

Urban Institute

The Urban Institute is launching a Disability Equity Policy Initiative (DEPI) within the Office of Race and Equity Research. This work will have three initial focus areas: housing for disabled...

Call for Action Plan Reviewers, ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge

Sign up to be an ALL IN Action Plan reviewer this winter. Reviewing action plans is an opportunity to support campuses in their efforts to institutionalize nonpartisan democratic engagement. All...

#PledgeToVote

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge

Research suggests that pledging to vote and getting timely, follow-up reminders of dates and deadlines increases voter participation. Campuses participate in a friendly competition to get the most...

Local Letters for Global Change: A Pulitzer Center Writing Contest – Nov 13

Pulitzer Center

Announcing the 2022 Pulitzer Center letter-writing contest! K-12 students: Make your voice heard this fall by writing a letter to a local elected representative that explains the global issue you...

1619 Afterschool Partnership Program – Oct 9

Pulitzer Center

How can The 1619 Project and other underreported stories sharpen students’ critical thinking, empathy, and communication skills? How can we integrate the lessons and themes from The 1619...

Campus Compact Introduces Campus Cogenerate

Campus Compact

We are excited to announce the launch of Campus Cogenerate, a new initiative developed by   and Campus Compact focused on the power generated when older and younger people come together to engage...

Phila. Youth Basketball’s Magic Academy Youth Entrepreneurship Program – Oct 1

Philadelphia Youth Basketball

Philadelphia Youth Basketball (PYB) is launching its first ever youth entrepreneurship program. The PYB Magic Academy Youth Entrepreneurship Program gives the opportunity for Philadelphia’s...

Webinar: Creating Space for Democracy: Methods for Promoting Civil Discourse in Higher Education – Oct 12

Campus Compact

How can educators use civil discourse to address increasing polarization and free speech controversies on campus? Drawing on lessons from Creating Space for Democracy (Stylus/Campus...

Democratic Engagement

The GroupChat: 2022 GOTV Season – Oct 6

Mayor's Office of Youth Engagement

The Millennial Advisory Committee (MAC) is partnering with the Mayor’s Office of Youth Engagement & the Philadelphia Youth Commission to bring an important conversation on the importance of...

Get Out the Student Vote

Liberal Education Magazine

Data from the 2020 elections to help campuses get students to the polls in November A main objective of US higher education has long been to prepare college and university students to participate in...

Emancipator VoteChat: Nonpartisan Tool That Tracks Voting Law Changes

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge

Check out the Emancipator’s VoteChat – a free, nonpartisan tool that tracks voting law changes across the country. You can text “VOTE” to 877-596-5610 or visit the web version to...

Call for Action Plan Reviewers, ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge

Sign up to be an ALL IN Action Plan reviewer this winter. Reviewing action plans is an opportunity to support campuses in their efforts to institutionalize nonpartisan democratic engagement. All...

All Vote No Play Student Athlete Voter Captain Guide

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge

Got 15 minutes each month to help your teammates become informed and engaged voters? This visual guide of monthly activities and “power play” civic drills is the place to start flexing...

Democracy Group Podcasts

The Democracy Group

The Democracy Group is a podcast network about democracy, civic engagement, and civil discourse. Podcasts affiliated with ALL IN campuses: When the People Decide & Democracy Works  – The...

#PledgeToVote

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge

Research suggests that pledging to vote and getting timely, follow-up reminders of dates and deadlines increases voter participation. Campuses participate in a friendly competition to get the most...

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge 2022 Impact Report

ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge

Since 2016, the ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge has provided structure, support, and recognition to higher education institutions committed to advancing nonpartisan democratic engagement. We are...

Voter Rights and Voter Registration Training – Sep 29

Project HOME

The voter registration deadline in PA for the November election is around the corner on October 24th! This election is very important, and we want to make sure that our community is able to make...

Faculty Updates

Call for Proposals: 2023 Conference on General Education, Pedagogy, and Assessment – Oct 24

American Association of Colleges & Universities

The American Association of Colleges & Universities (AAC&U) 2023 Conference on General Education, Pedagogy, and Assessment, The Innovation Imperative: Empowering, Celebrating, and Rewarding...

New Issue of Metropolitan Universities: Anti-Racism, Equity and Inclusion at Urban Institutions

Metropolitan Universities journal

A new issue of Metropolitan Universities [Vol. 33 No. 2 (2022)]: Anti-Racism, Equity and Inclusion at Urban Institutions is now available. Over the past six years, higher education’s collective...

Campus Compact Introduces Campus Cogenerate

Campus Compact

We are excited to announce the launch of Campus Cogenerate, a new initiative developed by   and Campus Compact focused on the power generated when older and younger people come together to engage...

Faculty Development Resources, Campus Compact

Campus Compact

Campus Compact is committed to supporting engaged faculty (and professional staff who support them) with training, resources, and opportunities. College and university faculty take part in a broader...

Webinar: Creating Space for Democracy: Methods for Promoting Civil Discourse in Higher Education – Oct 12

Campus Compact

How can educators use civil discourse to address increasing polarization and free speech controversies on campus? Drawing on lessons from Creating Space for Democracy (Stylus/Campus...


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