Registration information, conference details and payment options can be found at campusphilly.org/leadership. The deadline to register students is Friday, February 6th at 5pm. Students may register individually or staff can register students as a group.
Amano is a fair trade company run by the NGO Blue Sparrow in Huancayo, Peru, which represents a group of Peruvian Andean women who are working to make a better life for themselves as well as their family. They knit using 100% alpaca, which is renowned for its warmth and softness. Amano allows the women to double their income by selling items internationally and building partnerships with American retailers. Amano is looking for 1-2 retail/marketing interns to work remotely during the spring semester for 5 hours per week. Interns have the opportunity to participate in a summer internship in Peru to continue working with the women.
-Identifying and contacting retail prospects
-Conducting market research of similar organizations and their outreach strategies
-Providing insights into possible designs and branding decisions
To apply, please send a resume and short statement of interest to Leah Davidson at email@example.com and Serei Jeppesen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application Due: February 6th, 2015
PPPS is a 12-week summer program consisting of:
- A seminar in Urban University-Community Relations with the Founding Director of our Center, Dr. Ira Harkavy, that culminates in a problem-solving learning paper where students write proposals for how to tackle pertinent issues in the Penn/West Philadelphia community (free course credit)
- A 35-hour internship in one of our summer programs at one of our partner schools in West Philadelphia (paid internship)
- Monday, December 15th 12-1pm
- Tuesday, January 20th 5-6pm
- Both are held in the Class of 1965 Conference Room at the Netter Center (111 South 38th Street, 2nd Floor)
If anyone has any questions, please feel free to contact Janeé Franklin, ABCS Coordinator, email@example.com.
February 24, 2015 10:00 am to 12:00 pm
In this two-hour workshop, we will explore what really matters to you, and how we can organize your life around these values. We will look at what is, and isn't working for you right now; identify and define your core values; explore where you want to go from here; and discuss concrete next steps to get you feeling more aligned with a personal mission.
About the Presenter:
Justine Haemmerli runs her own coaching business, Pedalogical. She has worked in Secondary Education as a public school teacher, administrator, consultant, and teacher educator. Justine uses a combination of developmental coaching, performance-based coaching, and consulting to help clients realize what truly matters to them, identify habits of thought that cloud their vision and obstruct possible new perspectives, and support them in architecting action plans around what makes them happy, and their larger goals.
Philadelphia Youth Network
The Museum seeks one or more Museum Education interns to assist with the functioning of the Education and Public Programming Department.
Intern(s) will assist in all areas of the department, potentially including leading tours, conducting research, booking artists and performers, writing and editing for various purposes, planning and executing programming, and more. Intern(s) may also occasionally assist other departments, including Visitor Services, Administration, Development, and Exhibitions and Collections.
Opportunities are available for the Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer.
If interested, please contact Curator of Education and Public Programming Adrienne Whaley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Must have completed a background clearance check
- Complete a child abuse clearance
- Passion for working with youth
- Teaching or tutoring experience preferred though not required
Training Volunteers must attend a tutoring training session after which they must commit to one volunteer session a week for the duration of a semester. Tutoring takes place from 4-6pm at 21 S. 61st Street, Philadelphia, PA 19139.
BOOST (Best Out of School Time) provides before and after school care for over 900 students at 11 of Philadelphia's most underserved schools. Our West Philadelphia sites include Bryant (6001 Cedar Ave), Anderson (1034 S. 60th St) and Overbrook (2032 N. 62nd St). Volunteers are needed to provide homework assistance and to lead clubs such as dance, theater, chorus, art, spoken word, chess, robotics, Scrabble, videography, photography, cooking, digital arts, website design, debate, and yoga. After school programs are 3pm to 6pm Monday through Friday. Volunteers can choose to volunteer one or multiple days. Please contact Amanda Beardall at email@example.com if interested.