SNF Paideia Graduate Fellows
The SNF Paideia Program invites applications for a one-year SNF Paideia graduate fellowship. SNF Paideia graduate fellows contribute intellectually and operationally to the work of the SNF Paideia Program, which serves as a hub for dialogue in undergraduate education at Penn. SNF Paideia collaborates with many campus entities to promote opportunities for students to integrate their personal, professional, and civic identities, developing the knowledge, skills, ethical frameworks, and experiences necessary to be informed, engaged, and effective community members in society. The SNF Paideia Program encourages the free exchange of ideas, robust discussion of divergent views, and student and community wellness through SNF Paideia-designated courses, a Fellows program, and campus events.
Penn In Washington Club
The Penn in Washington (PIW) Club organizes and supports students interested in exploring careers in DC. The student group offers engaging programs and activities on-campus with students throughout the academic year. During the summer, the club brings together students and alumni in the DC-metropolitan area for social and speaker events. Learn about career opportunities, public service, networking, and more from our Penn in DC Instagram. The club is open to all students and there is no application process; however, participants must RSVP to attend events and can do so by signing up for the PIW weekly mailing on the PIW website.
Fox Leadership Program Fellowship
The Fox Leadership Program Fellowship is a paid, part-time position for undergraduate students seeking civic-minded opportunities. Fellows are paired with a nonprofit organization focused on issues facing the Philadelphia community, and work roughly 10 hours a week with their nonprofit during the semester.
Applications for the fall semester fellowships are typically due mid- to late-August and interviews typically take place the last week of August or first week of September.
The PORES Student Research Fellowship is a paid, part-time position for undergraduate students interested in data analysis for the social sciences. Fellows work roughly 10 hours a week with PORES faculty members conducting research on politics, public opinion, and voting habits in the United States and abroad.
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Volunteer with University-Assisted Community Schools
UACS programs involve literacy, science, nutrition, college access, arts and culture, and more. Penn students can engage year-round with kindergarten-12th grade UACS sites in West Philadelphia through work-study and volunteer positions.
Academically Based Community Service Courses
ABCS courses involve service rooted in and intrinsically connected to teaching, research, practice, and reflection. Students engage in hands-on, real-world problem-solving learning opportunities that help them become active citizens and lifelong learners.
Join the Penn in Washington Network!
Penn in Washington is Penn’s flagship program for connecting students with the world of Washington, from events on campus to entire semesters in DC, classes, alumni networking opportunities and more.
Want to get involved on campus? PIW advises hundreds of students a year on public policy internships and careers, organizes events with alumni working in DC, and is a hub for students interested in spending time in Washington.
Interested in hearing about events on campus, information about internships, and stories about the great moments our students experience? Sign up for the Penn in Washington weekly email on the website.
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