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Civic Chats: Chat with the Netter Center

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The SNF Paideia Program is partnering with programs on campus to involve students further in the Year of Civic Engagement (YoCE) by facilitating casual conversations around civic engagement opportunities at Penn.

Come meet with staff from the Netter Center for Community Partnerships to learn more about Academically Based Community Service (ABCS) courses and other opportunities to participate in their programming with West Philadelphia partners. Meet with student leaders in the Penn Leads the Vote, a non-partisan student-led initiative housed in the Netter Center, as well to learn about volunteer opportunities around voting and ensuring your peers are registered and committed to voting.

This event will be hosted on Zoom. Registration required and limited to Penn students.

Sponsored by the SNF Paideia Program and Netter Center for Community Partnerships.

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