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PHENND Fellows - Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Coordinator
 
 
 
The Philadelphia Academies, Inc. is a 54-year-old non-profit whose mission is to alleviate poverty by creating opportunities for underserved students to thrive. We work with students, educators and partners to improve outcomes for Philadelphia’s young people by providing workforce development programs for middle and high school students, capacity building for teachers and school leaders, and industry organizing. Our priority is to address gaps in opportunities for students - particularly those that, by virtue of their economic and/or minority status as well as the location and resource-levels of their schools, have less access to high-quality education and/or the types of experiences needed to be college and career ready. Over the last 5 years, PAI has been working with a series of schools, referred to as the Ninth Grade Success Network (currently comprised of 13 schools), to support teams of teachers in using data to identify students in need and to plan, implement, and track evidence-based interventions to support them. This work has highlighted a need to address diversity, equity and inclusion issues in order to remedy individual, institutional and structural barriers to fully supporting 9th grade student success. In the first year of this project, we researched the landscape of such issues to fully understand the problem and identify best practices with respect to solutions, with a focus on our 9th grade work. In our 2nd year, we provided coaching supports for teachers around DEIB needs, as well as began working internally with our Board DEI Committee to provide DEIB workshops and guided conversations organization-wide, so all staff have a foundational understanding of DEIB work. In our 3rd year, we seek to expand this work, so that not only are our staff more deeply rooted and committed to DEIB, but we are consciously and intentionally incorporating DEIB principles and best practices into all our student and teacher facing programs.
 
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Member Duties : The third year of this project will be grounded in the findings and progress made through years 1 and 2. The year three Fellow will continue this work, co-creating with staff DEIB frameworks to guide our student-facing programming, continuing to create and lead PAI Staff workshops to deepen our internal DEIB capacity, serve as a member of the Board DEI Committee. At the end of year 3, The PHENND Fellow will have codified both organizational and programmatic DEIB Frameworks and best practices for PAI, lead the staff through a series of DEIB Workshops, and created a “next step” plan for how this work can continue after their year of service is complete.
 
Program Benefits : Choice of Education Award or End of Service Stipend ,  Living Allowance ,  Relocation Allowance ,  Health Coverage* ,  Stipend ,  SEPTA Monthly Transportation Pass ,  Childcare assistance if eligible ,  Training ,  Education award upon successful completion of service . 
 
 
*For details about AmeriCorps VISTA healthcare benefits, please visit https://americorps.gov/members-volunteers/vista/benefits.
 
Terms :
Permits attendance at school during off hours ,  Permits working at another job during off hours . 
 
Service Areas :
Neighborhood Revitalization ,  Education ,  Children/Youth ,  Community Outreach . 
 
Skills :
Community Organization ,  DEI; Workshop Facilitation ,  Education ,  Fund raising/Grant Writing ,  Conflict Resolution ,  Communications ,  Computers/Technology ,  Team Work ,  Writing/Editing ,  Public Speaking . 
 
 
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SUMMARY
Program Type:
AmeriCorps VISTA

Program
PHENND Fellows - Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Coordinator

Program Start/End Date
07/31/2023  -   07/29/2024

Work Schedule Full Time

Education level
Some college

Age Requirement
Minimum:  18    Maximum:  None

Program Locations PENNSYLVANIA   Philadelphia/Wilmington/Atlantic City  

Accepting Applications
From  03/15/2023  To  07/07/2023 

Contact Roslynn Blount
3440 Market St
Philadelphia   PA   19104
2155732379
roslynnb@phennd.org
www.phennd.org

Listing ID 118377


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