The Institute for Community Engagement and Civic Leadership and the Fox Rothschild Center for Law and Society is helping Philly Counts look for Census Champions to become trusted neighborhood messengers for the 2020 Census. Make history this Constitution Day. Volunteer to be a Census Champion—we know you have what it takes!
Census Champion Training
Tuesday, September 17, 2019 Center for Business and Industry, Room C2- 28 Community College of Philadelphia 1751 Callowhill Street, Philadelphia PA 19130
Pro-Bono Citizenship Day is a national event organized by the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and a great opportunity for eligible permanent residents (green-card holders) to receive free assistance in applying for U.S. citizenship.
Geared to boys and girls in grades sixth through eighth, this week-long camp will focus the future of young people in STEM transportation fields. Programming will include model car projects, field trips and educational games.
*The camp takes place the week of August 19 at the Auto Tech Center (4731 Ludlow Street) at the West Regional Center in West Philadelphia (Near 48th and Market).
Geared towards girls in sixth through eighth grade, this week-long camp will focus on the future of young women in STEM transportation fields and highlight women in other traditionally male-dominated roles. Programming includes visiting an auto shop run by women, live demonstrations and a visit from a female master welder.
*Girls in STEM is exclusive to girls and takes place the week of August 12 at the Auto Tech Center at the West Regional Center in West Philadelphia (Near 48th and Market).
Join the Community Underground Film Festival (CUFF) and CCP'S new Black Studies program on Thursday, June 13 at noon in room S2-3 of the Winnet Building to watch the award-winning Marvel film "Black Panther" and discuss its themes afterwards.
Dating is historically tricky! Individuals today are facing a number of oppressive and false pressures when it comes to digital influences. The increased perception of normality through the lens of society seems to have made simple relationships a thing of the past. Increasingly, detached modes of interaction make it harder to connect. From Tinder to Grindr and everything in between, people are relying on social apps to mediate intimate interactions.
The 2019 PHOTOGRAPHIC IMAGING STUDENT SHOW will be on display in the Mint Building Rotunda throughout March. Please join us for the opening reception and party on Wednesday, March 13, 2019, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. All are welcome to attend. The show continues through March 31, 2019.