January 11, 2022

Other Local Events and Workshops

CEA Learning Series: Targeting and Recruitment – Feb 16

The Civic Engagement Academy (CEA) is about inspiring local community change through training and skills development. Learn how to plan and time your outreach to engage the right people and...

TEA New Teacher Program: Effective Questioning & Linking Questioning to Assessment – Feb 10

The Teacher Education Alliance (TEA) New Teacher Program was created through a collaboration among regional teacher education programs and organizations.  The purpose is to create a safe and...

MLK Freedom Run – Jan 17

In honor of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. RUNegades is proud to hosts its first Freedom Run supporting the Reuniting Family Bail Fund. The partnership between RUNegades and the Reuniting Family...

Be a Part of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service – Jan 17

There are countless ways to celebrate the legacy of Dr. King on Jan. 17, one of which would be to take part in the Greater Philadelphia Martin Luther King Day of Service, the largest King Day event...

Technology Learning Collaborative Webinar: PHL Career Portal – Jan 25

Please join the Technology Learning Collaborative (TLC) for its next monthly webinar, on January 25th at 2pm, for a presentation from Philadelphia Works, featuring the PHL Career Portal. Register...

Student Opportunity on MLK Day: Girls Code the World – Jan 17

For Martin Luther King Day this year, Girls Code the World is running sessions for girls to participate in. These sessions will each include: building a Bristlebot, a coding lesson on , and a special...

Online Workshop: Cross-Campus Partnerships – Jan 20

Pennsylvania Association for College Admission Counseling (PACAC) Professional Development Committee presents Promoting Inclusivity & Equity, an online workshop series. Topic:  Cross-Campus...

Reimagining Policing to Create Safer and Healthier Communities – Jan 26

Penn Public Health and Penn Injury Science Center are excited to present a seminar featuring Dr. Nikki Smith-Kea! Dr. Nikki Smith-Kea is a Stoneleigh Foundation Fellow and Executive in Resident,...

Virtual Social Justice Summit: For Philly, By Philly: Leading, Teaching, and Organizing for Equity – Jan 17

On Monday, January 17, 2022, 9:00 AM – 12:00 PM, in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, the School District of Philadelphia’s Equity Coalition is hosting a virtual Social...

Virtual Workshop: Creative Drama as Healing – Jan 20

Creative Drama is an improvisational, non-performative process in which participants are guided by a leader to imagine, enact and reflect upon human experiences. It is a powerful and transformative...

Toward Liberating Mutuality: PA ED Scholars Symposium – Jan 12

Please join us for this Symposium, Toward Liberating Mutuality, to engage in conversation with colleagues about their work and our potential to move forward in collaboration.  The link above...

Closing the Gender Wealth Gap Forum: Understanding White Supremacy: How to Challenge and Dismantle – Jan 19

WOMEN’S WAY understands that no gender equity discussion is complete without discussing the impact of race. To achieve true liberation for all, the intersections of gender and race must be...

Bias in STEM: Documentary Viewing and Panel Discussion – Feb 10

You are invited to a showing of the documentary, Picture a Scientist, followed with a brief panel of STEM faculty, alumni, and students on more inclusive strategies for women of all races and...

PA STEM Coalition Meeting: Remake Learning Days – Jan 13

The Pennsylvania STEM Coalition, coordinated by The Pennsylvania Statewide STEM Ecosystem (PSSE) offers FREE twice-monthly webinars on timely STEM topics. Our next STEM Coalition meeting will be...

Webinar: AmeriCorps Resources For Communities in Pennsylvania – Jan 11

Join PennSERVE, AmeriCorps NCCC, and the Mid-Atlantic AmeriCorps Regional Office on January 11, 2022, to learn how you can partner with AmeriCorps to get things done in your community! AmeriCorps is...

Learn about Partners for Campus-Community Engagement – Jan 12,20,21

On July 1, 2022, CCNYPA will become Partners for Campus-Community Engagement, ending our formal affiliation with Campus Compact. PCCE will focus on supporting and strengthening place-based...

Advancing Health and Equity through Community-Academic Partnerships – Jan 27 (Deadline for Presenters Extended)

***Deadline for presenters has been extended to January 16, 2022. See “Learn more here” or informational flyer below.*** 2022 Community-Driven Research Day – Thursday, January 27th...

New Resources

Latest Issue of Liberal Education

Love’s Labor’s Lost: The Tenuous Position of Adjuncts in the Academic Gig Economy, Fall 2021, , In this issue: The tenuous position of adjunct faculty and how it negatively affects...

New Article: Using Data to Disrupt Systemic Inequity

On the road to economic mobility in the United States, inequitable education, health, and employment systems, designed to benefit the few, leave many children and families of color behind, stuck in...

Reshaping and Reframing African American History with The 1619 Project Books

The following reflection was written by Abigail Henry, who teaches African American history at Mastery Charter School in Philadelphia, PA. Henry shared the book The 1619 Project: A New Origin with...

Virtual Journalist Visits for Afterschool Programs, Racial Justice Issues

Are you an afterschool educator looking for ways to implement resources from The 1619 Project? Would you like to connect your students with journalists who report on racial justice and issues...

Fall 2021 COVID-19 Impact Study on Phila. Region Arts and Culture

The Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance (“Cultural Alliance”) is committed to tracking the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on the arts and culture sector in our region. The Fall 2021...

Racial Inequality and Community Engagement Hub

This knowledge hub includes up-to-date reading and resources relevant to racial equity and anti-racism work in higher education community engagement. To add a resource to the collection, please...

VISTA Impact Report

AmeriCorps VISTA projects support low-income individuals and communities to improve early literacy and social-emotional learning, increase access to and success at college, increase employability and...

Community Strategies to Enhance Culturally Responsive Research

Under-representation of minorities in research hinders the ability to address persistent health disparities. In 2016, Community-Campus Partnerships for Health engaged diverse individuals to...

National Conferences & Calls for Proposal

Compact22 Agenda Now Online

Compact22 is Campus Compact’s all-virtual 2022 national conference, March 29-31, 2022. It is the largest and most inclusive national conference focused on the role of higher education in...

Call for Proposals: 2022 Scholarship & Social Justice Undergraduate Conference – Feb 11

The 2022 Scholarship & Social Justice Undergraduate Research Conference seeks to bring staff, faculty and undergraduates together to celebrate engaged scholarship and reflective learning. The...

Grant Opportunities

Middle School Out-of-School Time Programs – Feb 1

New York Life Foundation, Afterschool Alliance Invite Proposals for Middle School Out-of-School Time Programs In partnership with the Afterschool Alliance, the New York Life Foundation has issued a...

Literacy Projects – Feb 1

Dr. Seuss Foundation Invites LOIs for Literacy Projects The vision of the Dr. Seuss Foundation is a world in which all people, animals, and the environment are valued and thriving. To that end,...

Early Childhood Education and Welfare – Jan 31

Caplan Foundation for Early Childhood Invites Letters of Intent The Caplan Foundation for Early Childhood supports development projects and promising research with the potential to significantly...

Job Opportunities/AmeriCorps Opportunities

Hiring Fellows: Equitable Community Engagement Toolkit

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...

Communications & Partnerships Manager, Painted Bride Art Center

The Painted Bride Art Center is seeking a Communications & Partnerships Manager who will work closely with the Executive Director and Program Manager to help deepen our audience engagement and...

Grants Manager, Dispossessions in the Americas Mellon Project – Jan 3

The primary purpose of this role is to support the research activities of the Mellon “Dispossessions in the Americas” Research Team and of the Center for Latin American and Latinx...

New AmeriCorps Opportunities & Summer of Service

AmeriCorps provides national and community service opportunities for Americans of all backgrounds. This summer, the AmeriCorps NCCC program is offering a unique service opportunity for young adults...

Mathematics Teacher, Saints John Neumann & Maria Goretti High School

Saints John Neumann and Maria Goretti High School is seeking a passionate and knowledgeable individual to join the school’s faculty as a full-time mathematics teacher. A Bachelor’s degree...

Policy Director, Bicycle Coalition – Jan 21

The Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia is looking for our next Policy Director.  The Policy Director is responsible for leading and executing the Bicycle Coalition’s advocacy campaigns...

SMART Lab Facilitator, Project HOME

The mission of the Project HOME community is to empower adults, children, and families to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty, to alleviate the underlying causes of poverty, and to enable all...

Science Outreach Education, Wagner Free Institute of Science

The Wagner Free Institute of Science is a National Landmark, natural history museum and educational institution that fosters science literacy through free programs. Founded in 1855, the Wagner serves...

Career Development Specialist, Tech Impact

Be a part of a fast-paced, growing team that provides a solid work-life balance helping our nonprofit clients with Managed IT Services & Consulting and helping our students to grow their...

Communications Specialist (Part-Time), Mt. Airy CDC

Established in 1980, Mt. Airy CDC is a nationally recognized nonprofit organization in Northwest Philadelphia that works to preserve, empower, and advance a diverse and vibrant Mt. Airy neighborhood....

Miscellaneous

Take the Philly Community Alliance Against COVID-19 Survey

Philly Counts in partnership with Philly Community Alliance Against COVID-19 would like you to complete this 15-minute survey about opinions and perspectives on COVID-19, the vaccine, and public...

Carnegie Application Prep Virtual Workshops – Jan 26 & Feb 16

The Eastern Region Campus Compacts are pleased to offer two workshops which will initiate application preparation for the 2024 Carnegie Foundation’s Community...

Collective Success Network Virtual Consortium Chapter for College Students

Collective Success Network (CSN) invites first generation and/or low income college students in the Philadelphia area to join our new, virtual intercollegiate Consortium Chapter.  Membership...

Masters in Community Engagement, Merrimack College, Feb 15

Take advantage of this great opportunity to apply for a MEd in Community Engagement, tuition free!  Apply for a fellowship in the Merrimack College Community Engagement Program, and work in the...

Civic Action Planning Institute, Campus Compact – Jan 5

Join Campus Compact staff for a Civic Action Planning support session to find the detailed, specialized support you need. Whether you are creating your plan for the first time, implementing an...

Free IT Training Program for Young Adults, ITWorks

ITWorks is now recruiting students, ages 18-26, for its Spring 2022 classes in both Philadelphia and Wilmington. Classes will be a hybrid of virtual and in-person learning. Classes begin February 22...

Accepting Applications: Community-Based Participatory Research Academy – Jan 24

Do you want to learn more about community-based participatory research (CBPR) — a collaborative approach for improving health and equity? If the answer is YES, then we invite you to apply for...

Faculty Updates

Latest Issue of Liberal Education

Love’s Labor’s Lost: The Tenuous Position of Adjuncts in the Academic Gig Economy, Fall 2021, , In this issue: The tenuous position of adjunct faculty and how it negatively affects...

Carnegie Application Prep Virtual Workshops – Jan 26 & Feb 16

The Eastern Region Campus Compacts are pleased to offer two workshops which will initiate application preparation for the 2024 Carnegie Foundation’s Community...

Call for Proposals: 2022 Scholarship & Social Justice Undergraduate Conference – Feb 11

The 2022 Scholarship & Social Justice Undergraduate Research Conference seeks to bring staff, faculty and undergraduates together to celebrate engaged scholarship and reflective learning. The...

Civic Action Planning Institute, Campus Compact – Jan 5

Join Campus Compact staff for a Civic Action Planning support session to find the detailed, specialized support you need. Whether you are creating your plan for the first time, implementing an...

Accepting Applications: Community-Based Participatory Research Academy – Jan 24

Do you want to learn more about community-based participatory research (CBPR) — a collaborative approach for improving health and equity? If the answer is YES, then we invite you to apply for...

Community Strategies to Enhance Culturally Responsive Research

Under-representation of minorities in research hinders the ability to address persistent health disparities. In 2016, Community-Campus Partnerships for Health engaged diverse individuals to...

Free Community-Based and Engaged Learning Training – Jan 7

If you are interested in learning more about the foundations of Community-Based and Community-Engaged pedagogy, and exploring how to implement it in your own teaching practices or in a particular...


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