Penn Asian Senior Services help wanted:
Interested candidates are invited to submit a cover letter, resume, and salary expectations to
* Bachelor’s degree required * Minimum of 2 years experience in fundraising and grant writing
related work * Excellent persuasive and analytical writing skills * Excellent oral and
interpersonal communication skills * Ability to multi-task and meet deadlines * Strong initiative
and creativity * Ability to work independently * Ability to cultivate relationships and increase
donor contributions. * Proficiency in Microsoft Office suite * Ability to work with people of
diverse backgrounds including staff, consultants, board members and donors * Ability to
maintain positive work attitude under stressful situations
South Asian American Digital Archive
Program Coordinator employment opportunity
SAADA is hiring a Program Coordinator, our second full-time employee, to help expand and share
stories from the archive!
Since its founding in 2008, SAADA has enabled academics, artists, journalists, students, and community
members to write books, create new content, and shape public understanding about the South Asian
American community. Through digital storytelling initiatives, events, programming, and educational
outreach, we work to reimagine the potential of community archives in the digital era. As SAADA’s second
full-time employee, the Program Coordinator will work closely with SAADA’s Executive Director to both
expand the archive and share stories from the archive with the broader community, raising public
awareness and understanding about the South Asian American community and its history.
This is a permanent full-time exempt position.
Cambodian Association of Greater Philadelphia
April 20, 2019
Cambodian New Year and
40th Anniversary of Cambodian Association of Greater Philadelphia
PAL is a community non profit organization that strives to form a positive relationship between the young persons and their families in our community and the police officers who serve them.
Founded in 1987 by Deborah Kodish, PFP is an independent public folklife agency that documents, supports, and presents Philadelphia-area folk arts and culture–both the arts of people who have been here generations and of those who have just arrived. We work to strengthen the folk cultural life of our communities because we believe that the quality of urban life is directly related to the persistence, diversity, and vitality of our vernacular folk cultures.
Cheltenham Township Police Department
Community Volunteer Unit
ASPIRE (Asian Students Promoting Identity, Reflection, and Education) is a high school mentoring program for local high schools to provide a safe space for students to discuss identity, culture, and issues affecting the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community. High school students attend workshops facilitated by Penn students. As one of the initiatives affiliated with the Pan-Asian American Community House (PAACH) at Penn, ASPIRE is a community of dedicated students who come together to learn and reflect.