Recent News

  • Grant​ ​Researcher​ ​and​ ​Analyst​​ ​Intern | Ecolane

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  • Research Assistant | Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia

    To assist me in historic preservation-related activities, I will hire a research assistant to work on my behalf in the office of the Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia ( during the spring semester of  2018.  The research assistant will work with Amy Ricci on the Preservation Alliance's easement program.   



    The NRP Group, a fast-growing, multi-family development, construction and property management company, is looking for an intern to work with our Development team for approximately 12 weeks in the summer of 2018. The NRP Group ( develops both market rate and affordable housing. The student chosen for this paid internship position will be involved with a wide range of important duties.  This position would be located in our New York, NY office, working on projects across the New York region.

  • Cleveland Foundation Public Service Fellowship

    The Cleveland Foundation, the world’s first community foundation, launched the Cleveland Foundation Public Service Fellowship program in spring 2016 to offer emerging young leaders from across the country the skills and networks needed to create the community they envision and jumpstart a career in public service.


    The program includes:

    A 12-month, full-time paid placement at a selected public sector agency in Cleveland, providing meaningful career-related work experience. The fellowship includes a $31,000 salary with health benefits

  • Dean Leadership Training Program | Sadie Nash Leadership Project

    The Dean Leadership Training Program is an internship opportunity to gain hands-on feminist youth work and facilitation experience. Deans should demonstrate clear leadership experience and an interest in social justice and activism. The position offers a unique learning experience which is fun, dynamic, and challenging. Deans will act as a teaching-assistants, facilitate daily groups and weekly workshops, and support in the administrative needs of the program.

  • Fall Internship | Philly Public School Notebook

    In continual budget crisis, and undergoing significant privatization of school management and other functions, Philadelphia has been drawing nationwide attention for the struggle surrounding the future of its public schools. The Philadelphia Public School Notebook, an award-winning independent news organization, was founded in 1994 by school reform activists, teachers, parents and community members working for quality and equity in the public schools.


    The CAMRA Fellows Program provides undergraduate students within and outside of the University of Pennsylvania with the opportunity to explore and engage multiple media forms for their own research projects with the support and guidance of CAMRA mentors. Fellows will work through ethical and practical considerations of power, representation and story telling as they critically explore social justice issues though the camera. As part of this Fellowship, participants will receive the following:

  • Sharna Goldseker (URBS '96) Publishes Book on Philanthropy

    Sharna Goldseker (URBS '96) recently published a book with co-author Michael Moody entitled, Generation Impact: How Next Gen Donors Are Revolutionizing Giving. Based on original research and extensive in-person interviews with next gen donors including Justin Rockefeller, Hannah Quimby, Alex Soros, Katherine Lorenz, John R.

  • Marketing and Business Development Intern at PIDC

    PIDC is Philadelphia’s public-private economic development corporation. Our mission is to spur investment, support business growth, and foster developments that create jobs, revitalize neighborhoods, and drive growth to every corner of Philadelphia. We offer flexible financing products, a targeted portfolio of industrial and commercial real estate, and decades of Philadelphia-based knowledge, to help our clients invest, develop, and grow throughout the city of Philadelphia.

  • Parks Alliance Seeks Skilled Volunteers and Interns

    We are a fast-paced and lively nonprofit that welcomes big ideas and big personalities at our West Philadelphia office. Our work is collaborative by nature and empowering by design. We are committed to our “no coffee, no copies” volunteer policy - volunteers have real responsibility and do valuable work. These positions are unpaid, but we can promise a rewarding experience doing work that matters.