Hiring Fellows: Equitable Community Engagement Toolkit

Posted by City of Philadelphia on December 21, 2021

Community engagement is the foundational way government opens its doors to connect communities to programs and services, better understand community need, share decision-making, and work in solidarity with what is already occurring in neighborhoods. However, many communities won’t and can’t interact with government because we’ve either broken their trust or haven’t created the conditions for their engagement.

To address these realities, the PHL Service Design Studio and the Mayor’s Office of Civic Engagement and Volunteer Service have been working on an Equitable Community Engagement Toolkit in collaboration with City engagement staff, community groups, and Philadelphia residents.

The Service Design Studio is hiring fellows to help build an Equitable Community Engagement Toolkit with City staff, community groups, and community members.

Learn more and apply.

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