Off-Campus Federal Work Study Job Bank

Free Library of Philadelphia - Homework Help Tutors

Company Description:

The West Oak Lane Library is interested in hosting two tutors at our branch to assist with our after-school LEAP program for youth of all ages. The LEAP program is an out-of-school time program for K-12 youth at Free Library locations throughout Philadelphia.  LEAP fosters an inclusive, informal learning environment for children, teens, families, and caregivers, with accessible recreational activities that build on life skills, career exploration, Maker philosophies, and mindful social-emotional development under the assistance of Free Library of Philadelphia staff.

Work Location: West Oak Lane Library Branch

Wage: $10/hr- Must qualify for Federal Work-study. Email wkstudy@temple.edu to be reviewed. 

Length of Employment:

Summer 2023 and possibly Fall 2023 

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Support the program manager, library supervisor, librarian and administrator completing administrative duties as requested to include:
    • Tutoring and homework help for after school students
    • Assisting with Arts and Crafts
    • Assisting with children’s programing
    • Report questions and concerns to librarian.
    • Knowledge of how to play chess, how to crotchet, yoga, or a student from a creative arts program such as drawing, singing, acting, or dancing is a plus but not required.

Requirements and Qualifications

  • All off campus work study students are required to have federal work study as a part of their financial aid package.
  • Commitment to attend facilitator or tutor training
  • Excellent organization skills
  • Familiarity with Zoom videoconferencing
  • Must be 18 years of age
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Self-directed and able to work with minimal supervision
  • Energetic and eager to tackle new projects and ideas

Students who accept positions with the Free Library Off Campus Work Study Program will be required to complete the PA State Child Abuse Clearances in order to be permitted to work. There is no cost to the student for the completion of these clearances.

The City of Philadelphia requires that all employees who have not received the COVID 19 vaccinations required to provide us with an authorized exemption and will be required to double mask when working in any Free Library location.

To apply: send resume to your name at and Debi Leonard at . Someone will contact you if you qualify for an interview.

 

Office of Student Activities- Student Activities Ambassador
  • On- Campus Position- (In Person position)
  • Must qualify for federal work-study : $9/hr
  • Apply via TUPortal- careers@temple- Requisition #24000796

The Student Activities Ambassador is a part-time position that is employed by The Office of Student Activities. Hours are flexible, maintained within operating hours of the Howard Gittis-Student Center.
The Student Activities Ambassador is a member of a team that is responsible for the support of the functional areas of the Office of Student Activities. Those functions include supporting in the planning and execution of large-scale campus programs such as Weeks of Welcome events, management of the “The Village” located on the 3rd floor of the HGSC, support of leadership programming such as the Inclusive Leadership Conference, as well as work in support of
Fraternity and Sorority Life.

The Student Activities Ambassador will serve as a primary student resource for students who desire to be involved on Temple Main Campus and participate in the programmatic efforts of the Office of Student Activities. While the title of the ambassador is general, there are position specifications in the areas of programming and marketing, involvement, leadership and fraternity and sorority life.


This position is primarily in-person with office hours being maintained in The Village. This position works to support the mission of the Division of Student Affairs and Temple University and contributes to a positive university experience for every student and is
accountable to all Division of Student Affairs Values of Excellence, Inclusion, Innovation, Integrity, and Respect.


Essential Functions:
• Planning, promotion and execution of community-wide programs
• Promotion of Student Involvement through tabling
• Engaging with campus partners in collaborative programming efforts
• Management of The Village space (including opening/closing and front-desk coverage)
• Managing forms, events, and organizations on OwlConnect
• Other functions as assigned.


Required Qualifications:
• Eligible for Federal Work Study
• Current full-time Temple University Student
• In good judicial standing with the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards


Preferred Qualifications
• General understanding of the functions of The Office of Student Activities
• General knowledge of the fraternity/sorority community and the function of its multiple
governing councils
• Willingness to work in a team and collaborative environment.
• Keen organizational skills and the capacity to manage multiple processes at one time.
• Interest and ability to work in a fast-paced, people-centered work environment.
• Ability to use basic graphic design software such as Canva


Student Activities Ambassador: Position Specializations
In the Office of Student Activities, we have multiple areas for our ambassadors to specialize in,
such as:

  • Programming & Marketing
    • Management of The Office of Student Activities social media pages
    • Creation of marketing materials used to advertise programs and initiatives that are offered through The Office of Student Activities.
    • Planning & execution of the following Student Activities programs:
      • Destress Fest
      • Memorable Moments
      • Philly Connections
  • Student Involvement
    • Manage student organization logistics & approve programs through our student engagement software, Owl Connect.
    • Track and grade STARS assignments that are posted on Canva by student organizations.
    • Maintain spreadsheets with important student organization contact information,
    • STARS level, adviser information, etc.
  • Leadership
    • Help with the planning of the Inclusive Leadership Conference held in February
    • Promote the participation of the Service Immersion Program
    • Manage programming for Leadership Week

Fraternity and Sorority Life

Jumpstart Corps Member

About Jumpstart

Jumpstart is a national early education organization working toward the day every child in America enters kindergarten prepared to succeed. We provide language, literacy, and social-emotional programming for preschool children from under-resourced communities and promote quality early learning for all children. Join us to work toward the day every child in America enters kindergarten prepared to succeed. Learn more at www.jstart.org.

Department/Office

Jumpstart Department location in the College of Education & Human Development- Ritter Annex- 2nd Floor

Site Contacts:

Briana Sanders, Senior Site Manager: Elisabeth Castano, Site Manager:

Location Served

Exact locations vary by availability, but all Jumpstart Corps members will serve in a preschool classroom. All preschool centers are located near Temple’s campus. We serve in multiple classrooms at the following schools:

  • Gesu Catholic School, 17th and Thompson
  • Columbia North YMCA, 1400 Broad Street
  • Acelero Learning Center – St. Elizabeth’s, 23rd and Montgomery Avenue
  • St. Martin De Porres School, 23rd and Lehigh Avenue
  • Lighthouse Family School, 2nd and Lehigh Avenue
  • Norris Square Civic Association – Children’s Center, 20th and Mascher Street
  • R.W. Brown Community Center- 1701 N. 8th Street

Purpose & Role of Position

Every child deserves the chance to succeed, yet studies show that children from low-income neighborhoods are at a greater risk of school failure. Jumpstart a national early education organization that helps these children develop the language and literacy skills they need to be successful in school, closing the achievement gap before it is too late.

Corps Member Responsibilities

Corps members complete an intensive commitment and make a substantial impact in the life of young children. During the school year, Corps members serve 300 hours, 13-20 hours per week (depending on your start date) by fulfilling the following responsibilities in two main settings:

In the classroom

  • Able to interact with children at their level in a classroom setting with high activity and noise levels and other varying environmental conditions. Interaction includes being able to move around the classroom to participate in various activities with the children.
  • Able to participate fully in Jumpstart sessions and team planning times –2 per week for 3 hours each for a total of six hours a week. Session time includes a variety of activities such as Reading, Circle Time, and activity stations during Center Time. Team planning meetings include planning, reflection and working with other Corps members in a small group. You must have one of the following session times available:
    • Monday/Wednesday from 9:00am-12:00pm
    • Monday/Wednesday from 3:00pm-6:00pm
    • Tuesday/Thursday from 9:00am-12:00pm
    • Tuesday/Thursday from 3:00pm-6:00pm
  • Able to participate fully in 5 additional hours in individual classroom service, which involves activities such as helping with snack time, assisting teachers with children’s activities, and engaging children in outdoor play.

Outside the classroom

  • Able to participate fully in 30+ hours of pre-service and 10+ hours of on-going in-service trainings. All pre-service training takes place during regular session times during the week.
  • Able to attend 3 monthly in-service Workforce Development Workshops, in the evening during the Spring semester with classroom teachers.
  • Able to complete 2+ hours weekly of individual planning and preparation for Jumpstart sessions. This includes preparing children’s books and gathering materials for session activities.
  • Able to attend periodic service days and events outside of regularly scheduled service, occasionally held on weekends, in person.

Overall

  • Able to verbally communicate with peers, Jumpstart staff, children, children’s families and classroom teachers.
  • Able to attend periodic service days and events outside of regularly scheduled service, occasionally held on weekends.
  • Able to transport him/herself to service site in a timely and reliable fashion.

Qualifications & Experience

Dedication to early childhood education

  • Experience working with young children, and/or a desire to learn more about early childhood education.
  • Strong language and communication skills.
  • Ability to communicate and collaborate with children’s families.
  • Willingness to learn about session implementation and planning.
  • Willingness to implement Jumpstart’s research-based curriculum with integrity.

Commitment to service

  • Community service experience and/ or a desire to serve in the community.
  • Ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds.
  • Ability to fulfill a yearlong community service commitment.
  • Enthusiastic and positive attitude toward helping others.

Professionalism

  • Ability to work well on a team to collaborate, communicate, and problem solve.
  • Desire to seek opportunities for self and team growth.
  • Willingness to receive and provide feedback in an effort to improve quality of one’s service in the program.
  • Availability, dependability, and willingness to be flexible in different contexts, such as in training, scheduling, in the classroom, with unexpected changes.
  • Professionalism and good judgment in relating to Jumpstart peers, children, partners, and families

Comp/Benefits

  • Potential to earn a Federal Work-Study award during term of service at the rate of $10 per hour.
    • Stipends available for individuals who do not qualify for Work Study; stipends are awarded on the first come first served basis while funds are available.
  • AmeriCorps members will be eligible to receive a Segal AmeriCorps Education Award in the amount of $1,374.60 upon completion of their 300-hour service term.
  • Class and internship and course credit, available for some Colleges & majors across Temple University.
  • Extensive training in the field of early childhood education.
  • Unique opportunity to join a national network of individuals serving young children.
  • Invaluable opportunity to make a difference in the lives of young children

How to Apply

Join Jumpstart in working toward the day every child in America enters kindergarten prepared to succeed. Apply online at www.jstart.org/apply.

 

 

 

 

 

Bicycle Coalition- Bike Hub Assistant

Organization: Bicycle Coalition

Position: Bike Hub Assistant

Office Work Location:  (2) Location Sites available

  • Either Bartram’s Garden 5400 Lindbergh Ave in Southwest Philly
  • Or Lil’ Philly Safety Village at W. Hunting Park ave and W. Cayuga in Hunting Park

Wage: $15/hr- Must qualify for federal work-study. Email wkstudy@temple.edu for eligibility review

Length of Employment: Spring 2024, Summer 2024, Fall 2024

Work Schedule: Varies per location see below. 

  • Bartram’s Garden: Saturdays 10-4, Fridays 3-6  (schedule tentative and subject to change)
  • Lil’ Philly Safety Village Saturdays 10-2 (schedule tentative and subject to change)

We are looking for part-time Bike Educators to work at our Bike Hubs:  Lil’ Philly Safety Village for kids in Hunting Park and Bartram’s Garden in Southwest Philly.  BCGP’s bike hub supports the growth of biking culture with Southwest & Hunting Park Philadelphia residents through free bike rentals, Learn to Ride Classes and Beginner Rides for kids, adults and families to increase access and usage of the trails and green spaces.

Duties & Responsibilities

The Bike Hub Assistant will support the bike hub at Bartram’s Garden including the following:

  • Assist with Friday Youth Bike Hub: Help lead activities, work with youth, keep youth safe on bikes and build relationships with youth.
  • Assist with community outreach to increase participation in the Bike Hub.
  • Assist with Classes: Assist with Learn-to-Ride Classes for kids and adults (BCGP will provide training on how to support these classes successfully)
  • Assist with Beginner Rides: Assist beginner group rides on the Bartram’s Garden bike path including basic bike safety tips to ensure a safe ride.
  • Assist with Bike Hub: Assist with basic bike maintenance and free bike rental process.

Clearances Required- Must successfully pass  PA State Police Criminal Background Check, PA Child Abuse History Clearance, and FBI Fingerprint Clearance.

General Qualifications

  • Interest in working outside
  • Interest in working with kids and adults
  • Interest in Bikes & Parks
  • Customer Service Skills
  • Education/ Training Skills

Purpose of Role of the work-study position within the organization

Support implementation of Community-Based Bike Education Programming in Hunting Park and Southwest Philadelphia

To apply send resume/cover letter to:  Elly Porter-Webb at Elly@bicyclecoalition.org

Bicycle Coalition- Youth Sports Coach

Organization: Bicycle Coalition Youth Cycling 

Positions:  BCYC Head Coach or Assistant Coach

Work Location: 3250 Sedgley Dr, Philadelphia, PA 19130

Wage: Head Coach $18hr, Asst Coach $15/hr. Must qualify for federal work-study. Email wkstudy@temple.edu for eligibility review.

Work Schedule:  Spring 2024 and Summer 2024 ( up to June 8th)

Work Schedule: Typically, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:15-5:15pm. Some schools may have slight variations with practice times based on school dismissal time. We also have 2 larger events that will take place on weekends, 5/11 - Time Trial and Criterium and 6/8 - Scavenger Hunt Fun Day, respectively.

Job Description:

  • Coach your assigned team site twice per week March 18th - June 8th, 2024.
  • Supervise and support your team during weekend events: TBD.
  • Act as a positive ambassador for the BCYC program in your cycling network.
  • Train and mentor youth to be better cyclists, athletes, and leaders.
  • Ensure that BCYC safe ride standards are upheld during practices and group rides.
  • Facilitate the implementation of cycling curriculum in traffic, riding, and racing skills.
  • Advocate positive youth behavior and safe riding

Essential Qualifications:

The candidate should have the following qualifications:

  • Experience working with youth, can be from a volunteer setting.
  • Confident in road cycling and urban biking.
  • Available on two weekdays between 3pm and 6pm and occasionally on weekends for events.
  • Positive, enthusiastic, and engaged presence.
  • Able to remain calm and collected in challenging situations.
  • Proficient in problem solving, creativity, flexibility and self-motivation.
  • Willing to visit any Philadelphia neighborhood on foot, bicycle or by public transit.
  • Committed to following traffic safety laws and using all appropriate safety gear including helmets, lights, etc.
  • Committed to being  punctual and being consistent with attendance.
  • Successfully pass  PA State Police Criminal Background Check, PA Child Abuse History Clearance, and FBI Fingerprint Clearance.

Desirable Qualifications:

We prefer candidates with these qualifications:

  • 1 or more years experience in bicycle riding.
  • 1 or more years experience coaching.
  • 1 or more years experience working with youth.
  • Fluent in a language other than English, especially Spanish.
  • Proficiency with Google calendar, sheets, and docs.
  • Familiarity with the city of Philadelphia, its layout, and neighborhoods.

Purpose of Role of the work-study position within the organization

Bicycle Coalition Youth Cycling (BCYC) is an education program that fosters healthy habits, independence, and leadership in Philadelphia youth through the sport of cycling. BCYC Coaching Staff support the growth and development of youth ages 12-18 at one of our partner sites during afterschool and weekend programming.

To apply send resume/cover letter to: Lana Harshaw- lana@bicyclecoalition.org

Bicycle Coalition- Bicycle Educator

Organization: Bicycle Coalition 

Job Title:  Better Bike Share Partnership Educator

Work Location: 1500--Suite 1107, Walnut Street, Phila, PA

Wage: $18/hr- Must qualify for federal work-study. Email wkstudy@temple.edu to review eligibility.

Length of Employment: Spring 2024, Summer 2024, Fall 2024

Work Schedule: 8-20 hrs per month- Schedule varies: Mainly weekend events, occasional weekday daytime/afternoon/ evening events

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 

  • Assist in implementing an outreach program to increase awareness and use of Indego bike share in low-income communities, communities of color, and communities whose primary language is not English. This includes:
  • Support partner group rides, Learn-To-Ride classes, and events using Indego bike share in targeted neighborhoods including with neighborhood groups, non-profit organizations, and individuals who cater to communities whose primary language is not English.
  • Promote events to increase attendance at Indego rides and classes. This includes: distributing outreach materials and flyers in various ways to promote bike share in low-income communities, communities of color, and communities whose primary language is not English
  • Represent the Better Bike Share Partnership at community events:
    • Invite and engage community members in conversation about Indego bikes.
    • Give accurate information to potential riders, and be a relatable and professional source of information about Indego Bike Share.
    • Give out materials and information about free rides and classes.
    • Support people to test-ride an Indego bike.

General Qualifications:

The candidate should have the following qualifications:

  • A commitment to the Bicycle Coalition’s mission: to make bicycling safe and fun for anyone who wants to ride in the Philadelphia region.
  • Ability to communicate effectively with people of all ages, abilities, cultural groups, economic status, or sexual orientation and present information to and engage large groups with humor and enthusiasm.
  • Ability to be persistent, professional, and creative when completing outreach.
  • Willingness to travel in any Philadelphia neighborhood via bicycle.
  • Commitment to following traffic safety laws and using all appropriate safety gear, including helmets, reflective material, etc.
  • Ability to bicycle confidently and safely in the city
  • Must be willing to lift upwards of 30 lbs.
  • Individuals who identify as Black, Indigenous, or as a Person of Color are strongly encouraged to apply.

 

Purpose of Role of the work-study position within the organization

The role of the work-study position will be to assist in increasing Indego bikes share’s ridership, teaching general bicycle safety laws, instructing participants in our BCGP Learn-to-Ride classes, leading and/or supporting Indego based community group rides that explore green spaces and bicycle infrastructure in Philadelphia. The Better Bike Share Educator position is a seasonal position that is housed at the Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia (BCGP) and supports the work of the Better Bike Share Partnership (BBSP), which includes Indego Bike Share. The position will work specifically to engage communities within the Indego bike share service area. The Bike Share Educator reports to the Education Programs Manager.

To apply email resume/cover letter to:  Lor Song - lor.song@bicyclecoalition.org

SEPTA- Transportation Research Analyst

Work Location: Transit Police Department, 1234 Market Street, Phila. PA 19107

Length of Employment: Spring  Semester

Wage: $15 - Undergraduate, $17- Graduate Student 

Work Schedule: 10-20 hours per week

*This is a work study only position*

Full Duties and Responsibilities

The Transportation Research Analyst (TRA) will be responsible for supporting the development and implementation of transportation research projects, including the updating of the 2024 SSEPP (Transportation Security and Exercise Planning). This role involves conducting data analysis, literature reviews, and assisting with project coordination and documentation. The SEPTA Police security liaison will work closely with the member to complete objectives. Key responsibilities include:

  • Conducting literature reviews and synthesizing information on transportation safety and environmental protection best practices.
  • Collecting, organizing, and analyzing transportation data using statistical and analytical tools.
  • Assisting in the development of research methodologies and data collection instruments.
  • Participating in meetings, workshops, and stakeholder engagements to gather input and feedback on research findings.
  • Supporting project managers in tracking project progress, timelines, and budgets.
  • Collaborating with interdisciplinary teams and external partners to integrate diverse perspectives into research activities.
  • In this role, your work will be part of critical information used in data driven decision making and supporting the Authority’s core business.

Academic Experience Requirements/Qualifications

  • Pursing a Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, transportation engineering urban planning, environmental science, or a related field.
  • Strong analytical skills with experience in data analysis
  • Knowledge of transportation safety and environmental protection principles, policies, and regulations.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to present complex information in a clear and concise manner.
  • Ability to work independently and as part of a team, with strong organizational and time management skills.
  • Experience with project management tools and methodologies is a plus.

SEPTA is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Purpose of Role

The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) is the sixth largest transportation system in the United States, with a vast network of fixed route services including bus, subway/elevated, trackless trolley, light rail, and commuter rail serving a 2,200 square mile service region. SEPTA has become an integral force in the economic success of the Philadelphia region, providing an efficient and reliable source of transportation.

Work study interns provide SEPTA and the Transit Police Division with an array of support services, including data collection, organization and analysis, policy and best practices research, and document creation.

The internship is an academic exercise, and even though the position may include actual operation of the facilities of SEPTA, it is similar to training that would be given in an educational environment. The position will not displace regular employees; rather, the intern will work under close supervision of existing Transit Police.

Successful candidates can expect a varied workload over the course of the term.

How to Apply: Email resume/cover letter to Karen Bennett -kbennett@septa.org

CEIBA- Assistant Program Coordinator ( Undergraduate Student)

Organization: CEIBA

Office Location: 174 Diamond St Philadelphia PA 19122

Wage: $10/hr - Eligibility for federal work-study required. Email wkstudy@temple.edu for eligibility review.

Length of Employment:  Spring 2024 semester

Work Schedule: Weekdays, based on student’s availability and academic responsibilities. Some weekends.

Ceiba is a non-profit organization that promotes the financial development of the Latino community through a holistic approach to asset building that involves financial literacy education, free tax preparation, access to affordable housing, matched savings programs, and access to ITINs.  

Responsibilities:

  • Including but not limited to the following:
  • Assisting with tax intake and preparation, client follow up, and other related activities
  • Providing some direct services and running educational activities for clients in both individual and in group workshop settings.
  • Keeping up to date on public policy matters relating to Financial Literacy, Asset Building, Community Development, Affordable Housing, Coalition Building, Latino Affairs, Civil Rights, Immigration, the Rights of the Limited English Proficient, and other issues relevant to the work of Ceiba.
  • Being a resource person to staff and volunteers.
  • Performing other related duties as assigned.

Required Knowledge & Experience:

  • Strong writing, public speaking and organizing skills.
  • The ability to build relationships with community people, staff of community based organizations, business and corporate leaders and officials at the federal, state, and local level.
  • Good negotiating and conflict resolution skills.
  • Fluency in Spanish or Indonesian is preferred but not required.
  • Experience and/or knowledge of Latino culture.
  • Commitment to the Latino community and knowledge of the dynamics of the City of Philadelphia

To apply for this position send resume/cover letter to:

Ivette Rivera- Ivette.rivera@ceibaphiladelphia.org

 

 

 

 

CEIBA- Assistant Program Coordinator ( Graduate Student)

Work Location:  174 Diamond St Philadelphia PA 19122

Wage: $12/hr - Must qualify for Federal work-study. Email wkstudy@temple.edu for review.

Length of Employment: Spring 2024 semester

Work Schedule: Weekdays, based on student’s availability and academic responsibilities. Some weekends

Job Description/ Duties & Responsibilities:

Ceiba is a non-profit organization that promotes the financial development of the Latino community through a holistic approach to asset building that involves financial literacy education, free tax preparation, access to affordable housing, matched savings programs, and access to ITINs. Responsibilities: Including but not limited to the following:

  • Ensuring Ceiba's compliance with contracts, commitments, grant goals, and service to the community.
  • Providing some direct services and running educational activities for clients in both individual and in group workshop settings. -Assisting the Executive Director in the evaluation of staff and programs.
  • Keeping up to date on public policy matters relating to Financial Literacy, Asset Building, Community Development, Affordable Housing, Coalition Building, Latino Affairs, Civil Rights, Immigration, the Rights of the Limited English Proficient, and other issues relevant to the work of Ceiba.
  • Being a resource person to staff and volunteers. -Performing other related duties as assigned.

General Qualifications/Required Knowledge and Experience

  • Strong writing, public speaking and organizing skills.
  • The ability to build relationships with community people, staff of community based organizations, business and corporate leaders and officials at the federal, state, and local level.
  • Good negotiating and conflict resolution skills.
  • Fluency in Spanish or Indonesian is preferred but not required.
  • Experience and/or knowledge of Latino culture.
  • Commitment to the Latino community and knowledge of the dynamics of the City of Philadelphia.

To apply send resume/cover letter to:  Ivette.rivera@ceibaphiladelphia.org

 

Pennsylvania Immigrant & Citizenship Coalition- Communication Intern

Work Location: 1900 Market St., Suite 800 -Philadelphia, PA 19103

Wage: $15/hr- Must qualify for federal work-study. Email wkstudy@temple.edu to review eligibility.

Length of Employment: Spring 2024 semester

Work Schedule:  1 day a week for a 5 hour shift, flexible on which day of the week works best for the student.

The Pennsylvania Immigration & Citizenship Coalition (PICC) is a diverse coalition of member organizations that span across Pennsylvania. Our membership includes community groups, social, health, and legal service providers, advocacy organizations, labor unions, and faith communities. PICC plays a unique role as the only statewide coalition in Pennsylvania that brings together organizations and individuals representing different ethnicities, immigration statuses, faiths, and other backgrounds, to work collectively on immigrant rights in Pennsylvania.

Values:

  • Collaboration – We are committed to broad-based coalition work and embrace the challenge of finding common ground and building positive working relationships between diverse groups and individuals.
  • Engaging Diversity – We believe that by working together as diverse immigrant groups we increase our collective power and impact. We are committed to addressing diverse communities’ identified needs, reflected within our advocacy, organizing and program work, as well as within PICC’s leadership.
  • Immigrant Leadership – We support and facilitate the development of leadership within immigrant communities to ensure that immigrant communities are at the fore in defining and leading our work.
  • Collective Ownership – Our work moves forward through the time, energy and commitment of our member organizations, community leaders, staff, and Board

The Position:

The communication’s intern works under the supervision of the Director of Development to co-manage the organization's social media accounts, with a focus to highlight the work of the 50 immigrant rights organizations across the state that are members of the coalition. The position works out of the PICC office and before beginning the position the organization asks all new staff for proof of a recent negative test result for COVID. At home tests are accepted and can be provided by the organization upon request. Masking is not required but highly encouraged.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Administer the organization four social media channels to reshare and highlight coalition members work.
  • Support with graphic creation using the organization's Canva account.
  • Clean and maintain the organization's press contact list.
  • Send out approved organizational press advisories.
  • Occasional attendance of in person events to assist with photography and videos.

Qualifications:

  • Established commitment to racial and gender equity and record of success working with communities of color, women, low-income people, LGBTQIA individuals, and other historically marginalized communities
  • Strong belief in the mission of the organization and a commitment to advancing racial equity and immigrant rights
  • Strong interpersonal skills, with an emphasis on working collaboratively on team projects and setting clear expectations and roles
  • Strong technology skills with an aptitude to learn quickly
  • Excellent oral and written communication

Purpose of Role:

PICC is a coalition organization of member organizations that span across Pennsylvania who serve and organize immigrant communities, many of whom are immigrant and refugee led. The role of the organization is to support members in their policy and service goals, increasing capacity for the immigrant rights movement in Pennsylvania in order to ensure all are welcomed in the state. The communications intern is focused on amplifying the work and messaging of our partners, so they can continue to be successful in winning victories for the immigrant community in Pennsylvania.

How to Apply:

Please submit a resume with a short introductory letter to with the subject line “Communications Intern.” All applications will be acknowledged with an initial automatic response, but only complete applications will be reviewed. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

The Pennsylvania Immigration & Citizenship Coalition is an equal opportunity employer. Candidates for employment will be considered without regard to race or ethnicity, gender, age, national origin, marital status, disability, or sexual orientation.

Free Library of Philadelphia- Dance After School Assistant

Company:  The Free Library of Philadelphia

Location: The West Oak Lane Branch is located at 2000 E Washington Lane, Philadelphia, PA 19138-1344.

Wage: $10/hr- Must qualify for Federal Work-Study. Email wkstudy@temple.edu to inquire about federal work-study eligibility. 

Company Description:  The mission of The Free Library of Philadelphia is to advance literacy, guide learning, and inspire curiosity. It's vision is to build an enlighten community devoted to lifelong learning.

Schedule:  Ability to teach minimum of (2) classes during the weekday afternoon hours between 3:00pm  and 6:00 pm ,  two days a week minimum, and more if you are available during that time.

Job Description: 

We are seeking an energetic, after-school dance teacher to join our after-school team at the West Oak Lane Library.  In this position, you will be expected to teach dance classes suited for all dance levels for the youth. Our branch serves students ranging from grades 1st-8th. We also assist students with home work help so a willingness to assist with home work help is a plus. The West Oak Lane Branch is located at 2000 E Washington Lane, Philadelphia, PA 19138-1344.

Duties & Responsibilities:

Support the program manager, library supervisor, librarian and administrator completing administrative duties as requested to include:

  • Creating and maintaining a creative and innovative dance environment
  • Youth hip hop, Jazz, Contemporary, or Ballet
  • Willingness to assist with home work help (preferred but not required)
  • Assist librarians and program manager with current virtual adult education and language programs in any of the following ways:
    • Encourages youth to practice mindfulness
    • Encourages youth to follow and practice Standards of Acceptable Behavior

Requirements & Qualifications:

All off campus work study students are required to have federal work study as a part of their financial aid package.

  • Commitment to teaching youth dance theory and or skills
  • Excellent organization skills
  • Patience
  • Ability to teach minimum of 2 classes during the weekday afternoon hours between 3:00 and 6:00,  two days a week minimum, and more if you are available during that time.
  • Must be 18 years of age
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Self-directed and able to work with minimal supervision
  • Energetic and eager

Students who accept positions with the Free Library Off Campus Work Study Program will be required to complete the PA State Child Abuse Clearances in order to be permitted to work. There is no cost to the student for the completion of these clearances

How to Apply:

Send resume to Children’s Librarian Naderah Brooks at and Debi Leonard at . Someone will contact you if you qualify for an interview.

 

Chapman Foundation- VirtualReading and/or Math Tutor

Location: Virtual Position

Wage: $15/hr - Must qualify for federal work-study. Email wkstudy@temple.edu to review eligibility.

Length of Employment: Spring 2024 semester

Work Schedule:  At least one hour between 4:00 – 7:00 pm on Mondays and Wednesdays or Tuesdays

and Thursdays. Tutors will have to work an additional 1‐2 hours (depending on number of tutoring sessions) outside of tutoring for prep.

Job Description:

The Chapman Foundation is committed to providing high‐quality tutoring in Math and Reading for students in grades K through

12. Our learning plans are personally designed to meet students where they are and our low student to teacher ratio of 2:1 is

designed to strengthen the relationship between the student and his or her tutor and to improve the student’s confidence.

The advertised position is a completely remote/virtual position in which candidates will tutor students in grades K to 12 in

Reading and/or Mathematics.

  • Tutors will provide instruction and homework help to students in Mathematics or Reading.
  • Tutors will also assist students with their academic goals in school, state exams (i.e., PSSA and Keystones) as well as college entrance exams (i.e., SAT PSAT and ACT).
  • Tutors will closely monitor students' progress and help students build their confidence whether it comes to doing homework assignments or taking a big exam.

Clearances:

This position requires that tutors get the following clearances prior to starting. The Chapman Foundation will assist with the cost of clearances if the prospective tutor has a financial need.

  • PA Child Abuse Clearance: cost is $13.00
  • Criminal Background Check: cost is $22.00
  • FBI Fingerprint Clearance: cost is $18.00

General Qualifications:

  • Candidates should be at least college sophomores with a 2.5 GPA, able to provide transcripts, student schedule, and two references.
  • Candidates should be able to show expertise in the subject they are applying to tutor either through academic or prior work experience. 
  • Candidates should also be available at least one hour between 4:00 pm and 7:00 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays and/or Mondays and Wednesdays. 

The Chapman Foundation is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide tutoring and educational services to economically disadvantaged communities.  Our tutoring program is 100% free and is truly a social benefit. 

 

In-Person Free Library Workforce Center Assistant

Company: The Free Library of Philadelphia

Company Description: 
The mission of the Free Library of Philadelphia is to advance literacy, guide learning, and inspire curiosity. Its vision is to build an enlightened community devoted to lifelong learning.

Work Location:
Nicetown-Tioga Branch of the Free Library (North Philadelphia)

Wage: 

  • $10.00/hr.
  • Must qualify for federal work-study. Contact  to review eligibility.

Length of Employment: 
Summer 2023 & Fall 2023

Work Schedule: 
Students must be available to work in the Workforce Center at the Nicetown Branch on Monday and Thursday from 1:45 – 4:15

Job Description: 

The Free Library of Philadelphia and NWON Opportunities seek a part-time Work-Study student to work at the Nicetown-Tioga Branch of the Free Library. A newly installed workforce center in the library has just opened and would like assistance with patrons who are looking for help with job preparedness. 

In order to be eligible, we would want someone who can commit to working each week on Monday and Thursday sometime during the hours of 11:00am and 4pm.

Business majors are preferred, but all are welcome to apply. This is the perfect opportunity to gain hands on valuable professional experience with the staff of the Free Library and NWON Opportunities.

If you have additional availability in your schedule, outside of the requested hours in the workforce center, this branch is also looking for assistance with some of their other programs.  After school programs, computer aid and other tasks that the Branch Manager may need accomplished.

Responsibilities

  • Assist with daily operations of the workforce center
  • Prepare potential candidates for upcoming interviews
  • Assist with resume revisions and effective job search
  • Teach candidates how to use virtual platforms such as Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and Google Meet
  • Support the branch manager, library supervisors, librarians and administrators by working in areas of the library where patrons of all ages seek instruction, homework help, basic computer skills and workforce development or other tasks to be determined by the branch manager.
  • Assist librarians and program managers with current in person and virtual adult and youth education and language programs.
  • A Program Assistant who has helpful ideas about creating and facilitating online, virtual computer classes and/or workshops and podcast editing skills may be the successful candidate.

Qualifications

  • A Temple Federal Work Study award is required for all off campus work study positions
  • The City of Philadelphia and the Free Library of Philadelphia require that all employees be vaccinated for COVID-19 or else submit an exemption for us to keep on file. If you are not vaccinated but provide us with an exemption you will also need to agree to wear a double mask when working in any Free Library location
  • Knowledge of MS Office platforms
  • Be willing to follow all established COVID -19 guidelines and mandates as directed by the City of Philadelphia – Department of Health.
  • Excellent communication and time management skills
  • Ability to multitask
  • Positive and friendly attitude
  • Possess strong customer service, leadership, and communication skills, with an interest in forwarding the various aspects of literacy and librarianship.
  • Self-directed and able to work with minimal supervision
  • Energetic and eager to tackle new projects and ideas

Please note that federal work study eligibility is required for all off-campus positions.

Job Category: 
Library

Company Contact Information: 
To apply: send short cover letter and resume to Debi Leonard,  Work Study Program Coordinator for the Free Library, at   Someone will contact you if you qualify for an interview.

Fight to Learn After School Program Tutor

Company: Fight to Learn

Work Location:
6009 N. 5th Street Philadelphia, PA. 19120

Wage: 

Work Schedule:

  • Our after-school program runs from September to June and operates Monday thru Friday, from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm. A minimum of two workdays per week are required.
  • Our Summer program runs from June to August and operates Monday thru Friday, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, flexible hours are accepted. A minimum of three workdays per week are required.

Job Category: 
Education

Company Contact Information: 
Send resume & cover letter to Rodney Moore at 

Free Library Neighborhood Program Assistant

Company: 
The Free Library of Philadelphia

Wage:

  • $10/hr
  • Must qualify for Federal Work-study. Email  if you do not have it on your financial aid offer.

Company description: 

The mission of the Free Library of Philadelphia is to advance literacy, guide learning, and inspire curiosity. Its vision is to build an enlightened community devoted to lifelong learning.

Schedule:  
Schedule will vary based on the students schedule and needs of the Program Coordinator.

Job Description: 
Position Summary

The many branches of the Free Library of Philadelphia system are seeking energetic, self-directed, creative and responsible work study student employees. The library system provides printed and electronic materials; information and reference services and a large variety of programs for adults, seniors, teens and children, as well as their parents and caregivers. 

Some of the Free Library Programs continue to be remote; some are now in person while others are being conducted both in person and online. Program Assistants will work with Branch Managers, Librarians, after school program administrators and specialty staff to assist in providing some of the services that are available to our patrons.  Student employees will be placed in one of 54 library branches or a specialty department of the Parkway Central Library. The work of the student employees helps to sustain the efforts of the library staff by providing support to the Free Library mission to enhance literacy, guide learning and inspire curiosity.

Responsibilities:

  • Support the branch manager, library supervisors, librarians and administrators by working in areas of the library where patrons of all ages seek instruction, homework help, basic computer skills and workforce development or other tasks to be determined by the branch manager.
  • Assist librarians and program managers with current in person and virtual adult and youth education and language programs.
  • Some students may participate in the LEAP After School Program by tutoring and assisting with homework and other educational tools.
  • A Program Assistant who has helpful ideas about creating and facilitating online, virtual computer classes and/or workshops and podcast editing skills may be the successful candidate.

Qualifications:

  • Possess strong customer service, leadership and communication skills, with an interest in forwarding the various aspects of literacy and librarianship.
  • Proficient computer skills, including Microsoft Office Suite and GSuite, all Social Media platforms and some knowledge of graphic design have an interest in serving and interacting with the public, particularly children and teens
  • Student must be federal work study eligible
  • Excellent organization skills
  • Familiarity with Zoom video conferencing
  • Must be willing to use your own computer to complete the requirements of this position.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Self-directed and able to work with minimal supervision
  • Energetic and eager to tackle new projects and ideas
  • Energetic and eager to tackle new projects and ideas
  •  Some branches are looking for students with a creative interest or talent that you would like to share with others, particularly children and teens (a handful of examples: crochet/physics/fitness/anime/gaming/writing/reading/drama/language).
  • Experience and interest in teaching others (children/teen/adults) how to do crafts; experience or interest in tutoring
  • Some locations may need students who speak Spanish at the conversational level
  • Some locations may need students who speak Chinese or Vietnamese at the conversational level
  • Hours are flexible.

Students who accept positions will be required to complete the PA State Child Abuse Clearances to be permitted to work with minors. There is no cost related to the completion of these clearances.

Job Category: 
Library

Company Contact Information: 
To Apply:   Please e-mail cover letter and resume to:  Qualified candidates will be contacted by the hiring supervisor to set up and interview.

Free Library Teen Program Assistant

Office Work Location: Free Library of Philadelphia- Tacony Branch

https://libwww.freelibrary.org/locations/tacony-library

Wage: $10/hr- Must qualify for Federal work-study. Email wkstudy@temple.edu to review eligibility.

Length of Employment- Summer 2023

Work Schedule:  Availability between the hours of 4:00 pm - 6:00pm on Monday, Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursday or at least (2) of these days. Hours flexible as needed.

POSITION SUMMARY

We are seeking one or two energetic, responsible interns to join our team.  In this position, you will be expected to assist with our teen program at the Tacony Library in Northeast Philadelphia. We have about 15 to 20 middle schoolers who come to the library to participate in the program, which provides board games, video gaming, karaoke and various other activities. We need an intern or two to assist with monitoring and supervising the teens, as well as interact with them in a positive manner. Interns should have an interest in working with middle-school children.  

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Support the library employees running the after-school teen program:
    • supervise and monitor teens; redirect them when necessary
    • interact with them in a constructive and friendly manner
    • assist with engaging teens and encouraging use of library resources in the library reading room if we are unable to hold the teen program in the meeting room
    • complete basic clerical tasks if there are no teens or few teens in the library
    • report questions and concerns to librarian

QUALIFICATIONS

  • All off campus work study students are required to have federal work study as a part of their financial aid package.
  • Familiarity with video gaming systems preferred
  • Availability between the hours of 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays (or at least two of these days)
  • Must be 18 years of age
  • Excellent verbal communication skills
  • Self-directed and able to work with minimal supervision
  • Eager to work with teens

CLEARANCES

Students who accept positions with the Free Library Off Campus Work Study Program will be required to complete the PA State Child Abuse Clearances in order to be permitted to work with minors. There is no cost to the student for the completion of these clearances.

COVID GUIDEDLINES

The City of Philadelphia and the Free Library of Philadelphia require that all employees be vaccinated for COVID-19 or else they must submit an exemption for us to keep on file. If you are not vaccinated but provide us with an exemption you will also need to agree to wear a mask when working in any Free Library location

To apply: send resume to Gillian Robbins at Kayla Hoskinson and Debi Leonard at . Someone will contact you if you qualify for an interview.

 

 

Free Library of Philadelphia- Leamos Tutor & Program Assistant (Spanish Language)

POSITION SUMMARY

The Free Library of Philadelphia’s Languages and Learning Center is searching for a work-study student to serve as a Spanish language tutor and program assistant. We are seeking a kind, organized, patient, and responsible undergraduate student who is interested in supporting adult learners in Philadelphia through one of the library’s adult education programs: Leamos. Leamos is a computer-based literacy program for native-Spanish speaking adults who want to improve their basic literacy (reading/writing) skills in Spanish.

This position requires someone who is a fluent/advanced Spanish speaker (native speakers preferred), as the tutoring, outreach, and program assistance will be largely (if not exclusively) in Spanish.

Work Location: Currently, this program takes place at Lillian Marrero Library (601 W Lehigh Ave, Philadelphia 19133) but may expand to other library locations in the future. 

Wage: $10/hr- Must qualify for federal work-study. Email wkstudy@temple.edu to be reviewed for eligibility.

Length of Employment:  Summer 2023 & Fall 2023

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Work 5-10 hours per week (Tuesdays/Thursdays 10 am - 12 pm at Lillian Marrero Library, plus flexible hours for program outreach)
  • Provide one-on-one Spanish language support to adult learners in the Leamos program. This includes;
    • Facilitating weekly tutoring sessions (using Leamos created lessons and materials) 
    • Providing technical assistance for any challenges participants have accessing online resources
    • Supporting and celebrating learners’ progress and success. 
  • Create promotional materials and use social media to increase awareness of the library’s Leamos literacy program
  • Research organizations around the city of Philadelphia working with populations that might benefit from Leamos and sharing information
  • Track data and progress of participants and report weekly progress to the program manager

In addition to Leamos Program at The Liilian Marrero Branch there is also need for assistance with the following.

  • working during certain hours we would advertise for Spanish-language computer help
  •  joining our after school program to assist with homework help in English and Spanish 
  •  providing interpretation during monthly programs with Aurora/Culinary Literacy Center (A Taste of Latin American Heritage)

QUALIFICATIONS

  • ALL STUDENTS MUST BE ELIGIBLE FOR FEDERAL WORK STUDY TO WORK OFF CAMPUS.
  • All students will be required to complete the required PA State Child Abuse Clearances. There is no cost to the student to complete this process.
  • Advanced/fluent Spanish reading, writing, and speaking skills (native speakers preferred)
  • Kind, friendly, patient, and encouraging (prior tutoring experience preferred)
  • High degree of organization and the ability to plan, track, and execute projects on time.
  • Ability to coordinate with other staff, meet deadlines, and manage multiple tasks.

To Apply:   Please e-mail resume (cover letter optional) with “Leamos Tutor/Program Assistant (Spanish Language)” in the subject to: and  

For more information contact:

Lindsay Southworth - Senior Program Manager, Adult Language Learning

Email: southworthl@freelibrary.org

Free Library- Rare Book Dept. Assistant

Location: In-Person position at the Parkway Central library

Wage: $10/hr- Must qualify for federal work-study. Email wkstudy@temple.edu for review.  

Job Schedule:  Ability to schedule fairly consistent work hours on-site between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and 5.00 p.m., Monday to Friday

The Rare Book Department of the Free Library of Philadelphia is seeking a work study student to work on-site at the Parkway Central Library. In this position, you will assist the Rare Book Department by working on projects related to the special collections materials in the department and staffing our welcome desk.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Some projects may include:
    • Creating collection material inventories
    • Enhancing digital collections records
    • Assisting with the creation of finding aids
  • Staffing the welcome desk
    • Greeting visitors of all kinds, including tourists, researchers, and classes
    • Providing general information for navigating the Rare Book Department
    • Answering directional questions
    • Referring reference questions to Department staff

Requirements and Qualifications:

  • Ability to schedule fairly consistent work hours on-site between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and 5.00 p.m., Monday to Friday
  • Eager to tackle new projects and able to follow directions for safe handling of special collections materials
  • Welcoming and polite demeanor with the ability to convey information to a wide range of people
  • Non-English spoken language skills are a plus

 

Students who accept positions with the Free Library Off Campus Work Study Program will be required to complete the PA State Child Abuse Clearances in order to be permitted to work. There is no cost to the student for the completion of these clearances.

The City of Philadelphia requires that all employees who have not received the COVID 19 vaccinations will be required to double mask when working in any Free Library location.

To apply: send resume to Allison Freyermuth at and Debi Leonard at . Someone will contact you if you qualify for an interview.

 

Wyck Historical House- Horticultural Intern

Organization:  Wyck Historical House, Garden & Farm

Office Location: 6026 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia PA 19144

Wage: $15/hr- Must be approved for Federal Work-study. Contact wkstudy@temple.edu if you do not have a work-study award.

Length of Employment: Academic Year

Work Schedule: 

  • 5 hours a week are scheduled for the Home Farm Club on Tuesdays 4pm-6pm and Fridays 9am-12pm.
  • 10 hours a week to be scheduled in the Rose Garden. Working hours are between 9am-5pm Monday, Tuesday, and Friday, to be scheduled based on the intern's availability.

To Apply for this Position:
Please send a resume and letter of interest (maximum 1 page) to Kim Staub -kstaub@wyck.org. You will be contacted by email if you qualify for an interview.

Job Description:

Internship Job Description:
Wyck’s Horticulture Internship is a unique opportunity for a horticulture student to have an intensive, hands-on experience with all facets of rose culture and care, as well as urban agriculture and fine gardening, during the most beautiful times of the year in our garden.

The Horticulture Intern will work with Wyck’s Manager of Living Collections/Horticulturist as their direct supervisor, on the care and propagation of old garden roses and the annuals, biennials and perennials with which they are interplanted. Tasks in the Rose Garden may include weeding, mulching, pruning, bed edging, planting, dividing, up-potting, trellising, watering, record keeping, and a variety of propagation tasks including seed sowing, softwood cuttings, and air layering. The ideal Horticulture intern will also help with event set up and staffing of our Celebration of the Roses festival held on Saturday May 25, 2024 from 10am-4pm, and may be asked to support other events as needed.

The Horticulture intern will also work with the Farm Manager to help supervise the Home Farm Club, which provides opportunities for agricultural education and free organic produce to residents of the Germantown neighborhood. Tasks at the Home Farm will include supervising volunteer groups of all ages, and may include weeding, watering, planting, thinning crops, staking, trellising, harvesting produce, mulching, using drip irrigation systems, record keeping, and preparing garden beds.

Due to the all-ages nature of the Home Farm Club program, the intern will need to pass a PA Child Abuse Clearance, which will be paid for by the Wyck Association. The intern will not be using any pesticides/herbicides/chemicals or power tools, but should be comfortable carrying up to 50lbs, and an ideal candidate is comfortable working on a ladder with supervision.

The intern is scheduled to work an average of 15 hours a week. 5 hours a week on the Home Farm are scheduled on Tuesdays from 4pm-6pm and Fridays from 9am-12pm. The remaining 10 hours in the Rose Garden can be determined based on the student’s availability between the hours of 9am-5pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Fridays. There is one Saturday in the last weekend of May (5/25/2024) from 10am-4pm that we hope a candidate can be available for.

 

COVID-19 Policy

Wyck’s priority is to maintain the safety of our staff and visitors, while allowing Friends of Wyck and guests to enjoy the beauty of Wyck’s house and grounds. As such, all staff must be vaccinated for COVID-19. If staff are feeling unwell or feverish, we ask that they remain home. These guidelines are intended to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and are subject to change based on guidance from the CDC and state & local authorities. Additionally, if Wyck feels the safety of its staff or visitors is at risk, the site may close with little to no notice.

City of Philadelphia- MDO Policy Intern ( Work-Study)

Organization:  City of Philadelphia

Official Work Location:  Municipal Services Building 1401 John F. Kennedy Boulevard Suite 1430 Philadelphia, PA 19102-1683

Wage:  $15/hr- Must qualify for Federal Work-study. Contact wkstudy@temple.edu for work-study eligibility review.

Length of Employment:  Dates are flexible between August and December.

Work Schedule: 10 - 15 hours/week, M-F. Duration: 6 - 10 weeks. No work over the weekends or at night required.

The MDO’s Policy & Initiatives unit is looking for part-time Fall 2023 policy interns. The MDO Policy & Initiatives unit is responsible for advancing key priorities and providing oversight of the MDO’s policy and legislative activities. MDO Policy & Initiatives also houses the Opioid Response Unit (ORU) and the Office of Integrated Data for Evidence & Action (IDEA) teams.

This internship position is a great opportunity for students seeking a career in public service, policy, or lobbying. Interns will spend the fall getting a closer look at the operations of government and improving their policy development and project management skills. We are looking for interns to work part-time (10 – 15 hours/week for 6 - 10 weeks) in a hybrid format (in-person and remote). Start and end dates are flexible, depending on the academic term and Work Study amount. We need students who are organized, hardworking, self-motivated, and strong writers to help support the office’s work.

Responsibilities may include conducting research, writing memos, supporting program implementation, and assisting with project management and community engagement. Internship project examples include:

  • Researching best practices from other cities in challenging policy areas (e.g., public safety operations, quality of life improvements) to inform program and policy reform recommendations in Philadelphia.
  •  Researching best practices to expand opioid prescriber oversight and tracking, monitoring, and drafting summaries of City departments’ support for and investments in responses to the opioid epidemic.
  • Developing a system to measure resident engagement at health resource fairs.
  • Supporting the development of a data dashboard to understand the impacts of policy decisions on City residents.
  • Developing requests for proposals and scopes of work for new MDO programs and initiatives.
  •  Supporting the improvement of demographic data collection across City department in service of the City’s equity goals.

This opportunity is ideal for learning about public service, government operations, legislation, public relations, community organizing, policy development, program management, and more. Students studying public policy, sociology, government, political science, social work, economics, communications, law, or related fields are encouraged to apply. Those with experience working directly with Philadelphia communities are also encouraged to apply. We are looking for a team player with an enthusiasm for learning new skills to assist with our office’s operations.

Unless COVID-19 health and safety guidance changes, this internship will be a mix of in-person and remote work. In-person work will be performed from the Municipal Services Building.

About the MDO

The City of Philadelphia’s Managing Director’s Office (MDO) is a cabinet-level office with oversight of the City’s operating departments. The MDO works with these departments to:

  • Create and successfully enact new policies.
  • Deliver efficient, effective, and responsive public services.
  • Implement the mayor’s vision.

The MDO oversees departments in five clusters:

  • Community Services
  • Criminal Justice and Public Safety
  • General Services, Arts, and Events
  • Health and Human Services
  • Transportation, Infrastructure, and Sustainability

The MDO also provides strategic oversight and support for the Philadelphia Police Department, Philadelphia Fire Department, Department of Prisons, Department of Licenses and Inspections, Office of Emergency Management, Opioid Response Unit, and the Office of Integrated Data for Evidence & Action. You can learn more about MDO by visiting here.

How to Apply

 Email your resume and cover letter to Justin.Schuster@phila.gov, with the subject line “Fall internship application.” The deadline to apply is Friday, August 4th, 2023, but interested candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible. Interviews will be conducted on a rolling basis.

General Qualifications:

Candidates must:

  1. Have Federal work-study eligibility.
  2. Reside in Philadelphia during the internship and be able to work part-time from our office.
  3. Have strong communication, writing, and research skills and comfort with Microsoft Office.
  4. Be reliable and dependable.
  5. Be a student in a graduate program.
Grandma's Kids Program- Elementary School Tutor

Temple Department: College of Education and Human Development- Grandma's Kids

Office Work Location: Elementary Schools in North Philadelphia

Wage: $10/hr- must qualify for federal work-study. Email wkstudy@temple.edu for review.

Length of Employment:  October 2023- June 2024

Work Schedule:  2- 4 hour commitment per week required. Up to 12hrs/week. Will schedule individually according to a student’s class schedule. Programs generally operate between 3pm  and 6pm, Monday to Friday.

Contact: Courtney Poprik- courtney.poprik@temple.edu

Purpose of Role of the work-study position within Temple University

The Grandma’s Kids’ program is an after-school program for Kindergarten to 5th grade students that provides academic and socio-emotional services to children in two schools within the School District of Philadelphia. The schools are located North Philadelphia neighborhoods. The program specifically targets children who are being raised in kinship care, single parent homes, and/or low income households.

The goal of Grandma’s Kids program is to provide quality education programming for these by providing academic support, promotion of healthy lifestyles, enhancement of students’ positive social behaviors and attitudes towards school. We believe in creating a nurturing, trauma-informed practices so that the learning environment is supportive and leads to personal and academic growth. The program operates throughout the school year.

Job Description/Duties and Responsibilities

  • Provide tutoring in math and reading in small group or individual settings
  • Develop and implement interactive and engaging academic activities
  • Attend tutor trainings and ongoing check-in sessions
  • Background clearances must be completed
  • Maintain timely attendance at tutoring site
  • Work as a team with other school staff, and fellow tutors

 Qualifications

  • Current Temple University College Student. Must have proven track record of academic success.
  • Ability to travel to schools by public transportation or own transportation.

Preferred Qualifications

  • Experience in an after-school or elementary school setting.
  • Spanish-speaking ability
Free Library - Literacy Tutor and Program Assistant

Location:  Nicetown-Tioga Library (3720 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia 19140)

Wage: $10/hr - Must qualify for federal Work-study. Email wkstudy@temple.edu for review.

Schedule: Work 5-10 hours per week -Tuesdays  1:30 pm – 3:30 pm

Job Description 

The Free Library of Philadelphia’s Languages and Learning Center is searching for a work-study student to serve as a tutor and program assistant.

We are seeking a kind, organized, patient, and responsible undergraduate student who is interested in supporting adult learners in Philadelphia through one of the Library’s adult education programs which teaches reading, writing, and other broad literacy skills to adults.

Our adult literacy program is for fluent English speaking adults who want to improve their basic reading and writing skills. Currently, this program takes place at the Nicetown-Tioga Library (3720 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia 19140) and we plan to expand to a West Philadelphia library location in the near future. The Nicetown Library is in the heart of North Central Philadelphia, easily accessible by public transportation.

To Apply:   Please e-mail resume (cover letter optional) with “Literacy Tutor/Program Assistant” in the subject to: and  

The Free Library recognizes the value of promoting a diverse workforce. All individuals, including those from historically under-represented groups, are strongly encouraged to apply.

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Work 5-10 hours per week (Tuesdays  1:30 pm – 3:30 pm at Nicetown-Tioga Library, plus flexible hours for program outreach); willingness to expand to a new location
  • Provide one-on-one literacy support to adult learners in the program. This includes;
    • Facilitating weekly tutoring sessions
    • Providing technical assistance for any challenges participants have accessing online resources
    • Supporting and celebrating learners’ progress and success. 
  • Create promotional materials and use social media to increase awareness of the library’s literacy program
  • Research organizations around the city of Philadelphia working with populations that might benefit from our literacy program’s offerings and sharing information
  • Track data and progress of participants and report weekly progress to the program manager

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Kind, friendly, patient, and encouraging (prior tutoring experience preferred)
  • Advanced English reading, writing, and speaking skills
  • High degree of organization and the ability to plan, track, and execute projects on time.

Ability to coordinate with other staff, meet deadlines, and manage multiple tasks.

Free Library- Literacy in Early Learning Spaces Intern

Wage: $15/hr- Must qualify for Federal Work-study

Schedule: Up to 20 hrs per week - based on work-study funding

We are seeking a creative and dependable intern to join the Literacy in Early Learning Spaces (LiELS) team. The LiELS program is a two-year project focused on literacy and language development in children from birth through 5 years of age. Interns are expected to provide support for in-person events and online professional development. Assist with special projects such as social media content creation and additional projects as needed. This is an excellent opportunity for someone with a strong interest in literacy, public libraries, and early childhood education.

  • Students who accept positions with the Free Library Off Campus Work Study Program will be required to complete the PA State Child Abuse Clearances in order to be permitted to work. There is no cost to the student for the completion of these clearances.
  • The City of Philadelphia requires that all employees who have not received the COVID-19 vaccinations be required to provide us with an authorized exemption and will be required to double mask when working in any Free Library location.

To apply: send a resume to your name at your earlylearning@freelibrary.org and Debi Leonard at leonardd@freelibrary.org. Someone will contact you if you qualify for an interview.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Attend and provide support during virtual and in-person professional development workshops, conferences, and library trainings
  • Maintain a folder for teacher professional development attendance and their corresponding certificates
  • Support the Assistant Director in creating a digital archive of professional developments
  • Assist the Assistant Director in creating literacy-based content for YouTube and other social media channels
  • Provide support during in-person family engagement events
  • Assist in creating family engagement make-and-take activities
  • Support literacy specialists in prepping storytime activities as needed
  • Assist literacy specialists in delivering materials, such as books, flyers, and classroom literacy resources to partner child care programs as needed
  • Performs other duties as instructed and assigned

Requirements and Qualifications

  • All off-campus work study students are required to have federal work study as a part of their financial aid package
  • Knowledge of early childhood development
  • Interest in children’s literature and early literacy activities
  • Strong organizational, interpersonal, and public speaking skills
  • Ability and initiative to work both as part of a team and independently
  • Excellent communication skills and ability to interact with a diverse group of people
  • Strong computer skills, including familiarity with Zoom video conferencing
  • Interest in working with children birth to five years of age
  • Must be able to work a few evenings and weekends
  • Ability to pack materials and lift boxes, up to 15 pounds

Education & Experience:

  • Candidates considering a career in early childhood education or librarianship are strongly encouraged to apply
The Free Library Theatre Collection Assistant

The Theatre Collection of the Free Library of Philadelphia is seeking a work study student to work almost exclusively on-site at the Parkway Central Library. In this position, you will assist the Curator of the Collection while working with special collections materials related to the performing arts, primarily theatre and film.

To apply: send resume to Karin Suni at and Debi Leonard at . Someone will contact you if you qualify for an interview.

Wage: $10/hr- Must qualify for federal workstudy. Contact wkstudy@temple.edu for eligibility review. 

Location: The Parkway Central Library

Schedule: Ability to schedule fairly consistent work hours on-site between the hours of 9 am - 5pm. Monday - Friday.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Sorting and filing playbills and other related production materials and making new production folders as needed
  • Assisting with paging materials for patrons
  • Creating and updating spreadsheet inventories for a variety of collections, including the Theatrical Production Files and film posters
  • Shifting, reshelving, and refiling books and materials
  • Creating call number flags for newly-cataloged books
  • Depending on the candidate, some additional duties may include:
    • Enhancing digital collections records
    • Assisting with the creation of finding aids
    • Staffing the welcome desk of the Rare Book Department, if needed

Requirements & Qualifications

  • Ability to schedule fairly consistent work hours on-site between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and 5.00 p.m., Monday to Friday
  • Excellent organization skills and attention to detail
  • Self-directed and able to work with limited supervision
  • Energetic and eager to tackle new projects

Clearances

  • Students who accept positions with the Free Library Off Campus Work Study Program will be required to complete the PA State Child Abuse Clearances in order to be permitted to work.
  • There is no cost to the student for the completion of these clearances.

The City of Philadelphia requires that all employees who have not received the COVID 19 vaccinations will be required to double mask when working in any Free Library location.

 

The Salvation Army- Administrative Support Work-Study

Location: The Salvation Army Headquarters-701 N. Broad Street, Philadelphia, PA 19123

Wage: $15/hr -Must qualify for federal work-study. Email wkstudy@temple.edu  for review.

Schedule: 3-6 hours weekly depending on the availability of work-study funds

Email Resume to:  Stephen Clarke - stephen.clarke@use.salvationarmy.org

Job Duties:

  1. Copying, faxing, data entry, scanning, filing
  2. Organizing office documents
  3. Assembling packets of forms/documents
  4. Delivering and/or retrieving documents interdepartmentally
  5. Assist in the coordination of special events
  6. Performs related duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications:

  1. College courses in HR, Business or Finance
  2. Intermediate competency of computer software application (Word, Excel)
  3. Excellent verbal and written communications skills
  4. Administrative and organizational skills
  5. Ability to operate independently with confidentiality
  6. Must be willing to submit to a criminal background check including a PA State Police record check.
  7. Must have an understanding of and appreciation for the Mission of The Salvation Army.
Free Library of Philadelphia- Graduate Music Special Collections Intern

Location: Parkway Center Library 

Wage: $15/hr- Must qualify for federal work-study. Email wkstudy@temple.edu for a review. 

Schedule:  Work must be performed on site at Parkway Central Library, Monday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Hours are flexible within that time frame. 

To apply: send resume to Gillian Robbins at and Debi Leonard at . Someone will contact you if you qualify for an interview.

The Free Library of Philadelphia’s Special Collections Division is seeking a graduate level intern to work with Music Special Collections to organize and catalog collections of chamber, choral, and sheet music. The main collection to be cataloged is chamber music, specifically belonging to the Drinker Collection of Choral Music. We are seeking an energetic, responsible, and highly organized intern to join our team. In this position, you will be expected to organize and produce thorough finding aids for music collections. The final product will be a request for a cataloging project. You will be expected to work under the direction of the Curator and Department Head.

Duties and Responsibilities 

  • Support the Music Special Collections Curator and Department Head to sort, organize, and manage collections of orchestral, chamber, choral, and/or sheet music.
    • Devise and implement organizational plans for various materials in collaboration with Curator 
    • Arrange/organize materials
    • Retrieve/replace items as needed
    • Assist in identifying potentially unique and/or valuable items in the collections to be evaluated by the curator 
    • Assist staff with preparing and receiving materials for patron use
  • Create finding aids/work in Google documents
    • Focused finding aids (e.g. women composers, African-descent composers, works inspired by Cervantes, works about Philadelphia).
    • Archival documents
    • Ephemera (e.g. framed awards, instruments)
  • Update composer database
  • Scan music and documents
    • Produce scans to department standards
    • Check scans for clarity and completeness
    • Name scans per departmental policy
    • Distribute and organize scans in shared drive

Requirements and Qualifications 

  • Must be 18+ years of age
  • Must be able to read music
  • Coursework in Music/Musicology is a plus
  • Work must be performed on site at Parkway Central Library, Monday through Friday between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Hours are flexible within that time frame. 
  • Excellent organization skills
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Self-directed and able to work with minimal supervision
  • Energetic and eager to tackle new projects and ideas

Students who accept positions with the Free Library Off Campus Work Study Program will be required to complete the PA State Child Abuse Clearances in order to be permitted to work. There is no cost to the student for the completion of these clearances.

The City of Philadelphia requires that all employees who have not received the COVID-19 vaccinations are required to provide us with an authorized exemption and will be required to double mask when working in any Free Library location.

The Heights- Office Assistant

 

Role: The Heights- Office Assistant

Employment Type- P/T Federal Work-study Position- Up to 20 hrs. per week

This position requires federal work-study eligibility. Contact wkstudy@temple.edu for review. 

Wage: $15/hr

Work Location: Office-based, In- Person 

About Heights Philadelphia:
Led by respected and veteran educational leaders from Philadelphia Futures and Steppingstone
Scholars, Heights is rooted in the bold vision that “all Philadelphia students graduate high school and
achieve economic mobility through college and workforce success.” Heights’ work reflects a deep and
abiding commitment to break the cycle of generational poverty, which has long challenged the City of
Philadelphia, connecting students – especially Black, Latino, and first-generation scholars – with a
network of people who believe, and invest in, their talents. Beginning in middle school, students
receive access to academic, workforce, and college support to propel economic mobility. Serving
more than 3,000 students in Philadelphia, Heights works with students to provide not only
programming including one-on-one advising, academic enrichment, internship opportunities, and
financial support - but also pathways to success through every step of their lives.


About this Role:
The Office Assistants will work directly with the Director of Data and Systems to execute college information
and access oriented programming targeting Philadelphia School District students. Data Interns will support
projects involving data entry, and making resultant programmatic changes based on results.


You’ll be responsible for:
● Assisting and supporting the Director of Data and Systems with various ongoing projects related to
implementation of database, technology inventory, and adaptive test
● Providing administrative support to program staff members at Steppingstone partner middle and high
schools
● Supporting program staff onsite with student registration, attendance and general data entry
● Data entry from program applications, transcripts, and historical database, uploading appropriate
documents and support in database
● Researching and collating data and statistics on local, city, state and national measures of high school
graduation, unemployment, college matriculation and retention, college graduation, job attainment etc.
● Interpreting data and provide suggestions on programmatic changes based on research and analysis
● Building and maintaining relationships with program staff to best support their efforts in metric analysis
● Performing related work and additional duties as requested by supervisor
About you:
● Undergraduate or graduate student
● Comfortable working with technology and online systems
● Strong analytical skills and excellent attention to detail, and evident ability to handle multiple projects
● Ability to think strategically and synthesize recommendations

Ability to identify potential problems, analyze issues, and provide proactive solutions
● Strong interpersonal skills and ability to foster collaborative relationships with other staff, students and
families, vendors, and organizational partners
● Excellent organizational skills and proven ability to manage multiple projects and prioritize to meet
deadlines
● Computer skills including Microsoft Office (primarily Excel), Google Docs
● Self-directed with the ability to work on multiple projects with competing priorities and deadlines.

Heights employees:
● Must meet expectations to report in-person on a schedule determined by their direct manager and/or
the Vice President of the team.
● Must meet PA State background check requirements [PA Criminal, PA Child Abuse and FBI Fingerprint
Check] at hire and every five years thereafter.
● Strong orientation to customer service, particularly with regard to students, partners and colleagues
● Proficiency in Google Suite, Microsoft Office and related applications, as well as use of general office
equipment (phones, computers, copiers, etc)
● Fluency in the use of data and data systems. Maintains appropriate engagement with data entry,
reporting and review.
● Must adhere to COVID safety guidelines as established by Heights and/or its partners.
● Office-based staff should be mindful of the organization’s strong recommendation that staff maintain up
to date with COVID vaccination and boosters.
● Site-based staff must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and must submit to any COVID testing or
other health screenings as required by the Department of Human Services and/or the School District of
Philadelphia.
● Must be able to work in a busy, often complex work environment that is generally climate controlled.
● Must be able to lift up to 20 pounds unassisted on an occasional basis.
● Must be able to sit for long periods of time.
● Must be able to stand or walk for long periods of time.
● Access to reliable transportation required

To apply, please send your resume and a short statement of interest to 

The Heights- Teaching Assistant

Role: The Heights Teaching Assistant 1 & 2

Employment Type: P/T federal work-study, up to 20 hrs per week

Hourly Rate: $15- 20/hr

Work Location: School based, In- Person

About Heights Philadelphia:


Led by respected and veteran educational leaders from Philadelphia Futures and Steppingstone
Scholars, Heights is rooted in the bold vision that “all Philadelphia students graduate high school and
achieve economic mobility through college and workforce success.” Heights’ work reflects a deep and
abiding commitment to break the cycle of generational poverty, which has long challenged the City of
Philadelphia, connecting students – especially Black, Latino, and first-generation scholars – with a
network of people who believe, and invest in, their talents. Beginning in middle school, students
receive access to academic, workforce, and college support to propel economic mobility. Serving
more than 3,000 students in Philadelphia, Heights works with students to provide not only
programming including one-on-one advising, academic enrichment, internship opportunities, and
financial support - but also pathways to success through every step of their lives.
About this Role:
Students with work-study awards to serve. Support the literacy and math growth and general academic
enrichment of K-8 students who attend one of our partner schools in the North or West Philadelphia area.
You’ll help us to achieve:
● Rigorous educational programming and support for talented underserved students in the Philadelphia
Region to achieve academic success, opportunity, and a college degree.
● Implementing college pipeline programming to bring tangible and impactful resources to students and
schools.
. You’ll be responsible for:
● Participating in professional development and staff meetings
● Supervising, mentoring, and assisting assigned group of students with literacy, math, and
● homework
● Leading or co-leading a club focused on literacy and/or math enrichment
● Identifying quarterly goals for his or her club and submit monthly overview of topics for his or
● her club
● Creating substitute plans in the event of his or her absence
● Collecting literacy and math student achievement data and monitor progress
● Building relationships with other staff members at the school site
● Calling parents to share their child’s grows and glows on a consistent basis
● On occasion, contributing writings, pictures, etc to monthly parent newsletter


About you:
● Experience in urban education nonprofits and/or school settings; independent school experience helpful
● Strong analytical skills and excellent attention to detail, and evident ability to handle
multiple projects
● Ability to think strategically and synthesize recommendations
● Ability to identify potential problems, analyze issues, and provide proactive solutions
● Strong interpersonal skills and ability to foster collaborative relationships with employees,
scholars and families, vendors, and organizational partners
● Excellent organizational skills and proven ability to manage multiple projects and
prioritize to meet deadlines
● Computer skills including Microsoft Office, Constant Contact, File maker Pro and social media tools

Heights employees:
● Must meet expectations to report in-person on a schedule determined by their direct manager and/or
the Vice President of the team.
● Must meet PA State background check requirements [PA Criminal, PA Child Abuse and FBI Fingerprint
Check] at hire and every five years thereafter.
● Strong orientation to customer service, particularly with regard to students, partners and colleagues
● Proficiency in Google Suite, Microsoft Office and related applications, as well as use of general office
equipment (phones, computers, copiers, etc)
● Fluency in the use of data and data systems. Maintains appropriate engagement with data entry,
reporting and review.
● Must adhere to COVID safety guidelines as established by Heights and/or its partners.
● Office-based staff should be mindful of the organization’s strong recommendation that staff maintain up
to date with COVID vaccination and boosters.
● Site-based staff must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and must submit to any COVID testing or
other health screenings as required by the Department of Human Services and/or the School District of
Philadelphia.
● Must be able to work in a busy, often complex work environment that is generally climate controlled.
● Must be able to lift up to 20 pounds unassisted on an occasional basis.
● Must be able to sit for long periods of time.
● Must be able to stand or walk for long periods of time.
● Access to reliable transportation required

To apply, please send your resume and a short statement of interest to 

The Heights- Tutor

Role: The Heights- Tutor 1 & Tutor 2

Employment Type: P/T, Federal Work-study, Up to 20hr per week

Must qualify for federal work-study. Email wkstudy@temple.edu for review. 

Hourly Rate: $15-$20/hr

Work Location: School based, In-Person 

About Heights Philadelphia:


Led by respected and veteran educational leaders from Philadelphia Futures and Steppingstone
Scholars, Heights is rooted in the bold vision that “all Philadelphia students graduate high school and
achieve economic mobility through college and workforce success.” Heights’ work reflects a deep and
abiding commitment to break the cycle of generational poverty, which has long challenged the City of
Philadelphia, connecting students – especially Black, Latino, and first-generation scholars – with a
network of people who believe, and invest in, their talents. Beginning in middle school, students
receive access to academic, workforce, and college support to propel economic mobility. Serving
more than 3,000 students in Philadelphia, Heights works with students to provide not only
programming including one-on-one advising, academic enrichment, internship opportunities, and
financial support - but also pathways to success through every step of their lives.
About this Role:
Students with work-study awards to serve. Support the literacy and math growth and general academic
enrichment of K-8 students who attend one of our partner schools in the North or West Philadelphia area.

You’ll help us to achieve:
● Rigorous educational programming and support for talented underserved students in the Philadelphia
Region to achieve academic success, opportunity, and a college degree.
● Implementing college pipeline programming to bring tangible and impactful resources to students and
schools.
 

You’ll be responsible for:
● Participating in professional development and staff meetings
● Supervising, mentoring, and assisting assigned group of students with literacy, math, and
● homework
● Leading or co-leading a club focused on literacy and/or math enrichment
● Identifying quarterly goals for his or her club and submit monthly overview of topics for his or
● her club
● Creating substitute plans in the event of his or her absence
● Collecting literacy and math student achievement data and monitor progress
● Building relationships with other staff members at the school site
● Calling parents to share their child’s grows and glows on a consistent basis
● On occasion, contributing writings, pictures, etc to monthly parent newsletter

About you:
● Experience in urban education nonprofits and/or school settings; independent school experience helpful
● Strong analytical skills and excellent attention to detail, and evident ability to handle
multiple projects
● Ability to think strategically and synthesize recommendations
● Ability to identify potential problems, analyze issues, and provide proactive solutions
● Strong interpersonal skills and ability to foster collaborative relationships with employees,
scholars and families, vendors, and organizational partners
● Excellent organizational skills and proven ability to manage multiple projects and
prioritize to meet deadlines
● Computer skills including Microsoft Office, Constant Contact, Filemaker Pro and social media tools

Heights employees:


● Must meet expectations to report in-person on a schedule determined by their direct manager and/or
the Vice President of the team.
● Must meet PA State background check requirements [PA Criminal, PA Child Abuse and FBI Fingerprint
Check] at hire and every five years thereafter.
● Strong orientation to customer service, particularly with regard to students, partners and colleagues
● Proficiency in Google Suite, Microsoft Office and related applications, as well as use of general office
equipment (phones, computers, copiers, etc)
● Fluency in the use of data and data systems. Maintains appropriate engagement with data entry,
reporting and review.
● Must adhere to COVID safety guidelines as established by Heights and/or its partners.
● Office-based staff should be mindful of the organization’s strong recommendation that staff maintain up
to date with COVID vaccination and boosters.
● Site-based staff must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 and must submit to any COVID testing or
other health screenings as required by the Department of Human Services and/or the School District of
Philadelphia.
● Must be able to work in a busy, often complex work environment that is generally climate controlled.
● Must be able to lift up to 20 pounds unassisted on an occasional basis.
● Must be able to sit for long periods of time.
● Must be able to stand or walk for long periods of time.
● Access to reliable transportation required

To apply, please send your resume and a short statement of interest to