Philadelphia School Partnership Paid Internship

Posted by Philadelphia School Partnership on November 19, 2019

The Philadelphia School Partnership (PSP) works to give every child in America’s fifth largest city the opportunity to attend a great school. We invest philanthropic funds in high-impact schools so they can serve more low-income students—whether they be in the public district, public charter or private sectors. Since 2011 PSP has invested in more than 68 schools of all types, creating new educational opportunity for 28,200 students. PSP also works to create the conditions that enable great schools to grow and thrive, including a strong pipeline of qualified teachers and principals, resources and initiatives to empower parents and families, and policies that enable entrepreneurial school leadership and create opportunity for high-performing schools to grow. Additionally, PSP invests donated funds to catalyze collaboration, facilitating the sharing of best practices among schools and support organizations. Nonpartisan and data-driven, we work with government officials, business leaders, education leaders and practitioners, and community groups to pursue the promise of a great school for every child.

Position Summary

In 2018, PSP launched a website, — a collaborative effort among Philadelphia schools with PSP and aims to attract great teachers to city schools of all types, support educators in their career development and foster a dynamic space for educators. The Intern will support the PSP team in efforts to ensure the quality of the website and build awareness in Philadelphia communities. The Intern will engage in outreach efforts to schools, educator organizations, community organizations and partners. The Intern will report to the PSP Manager of Public Affairs and the PSP Manager of Special Projects.

The Intern is a part time, (15-20 hours/week) paid, temporary position for spring 2020.

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