Applications are now being accepted for the 2017 Villanova on the Hill (VOH) program. VOH will provide an immersive experience that explores aspects of the policymaking and political ecosystem of Washington DC, and how individuals from a variety of backgrounds, and in a broad range of professions, make it work. The theme for the week is Finding Common Ground: Moving from Political Gridlock to Discovering Policy Solutions.
The program will take place from Monday, October 9, 2017 to Friday, October 13, 2017. By the end of the week, these students will have a clear grasp on how to forge a path toward a career in DC, and also learn from young alumni how to live and thrive in the district.
Applications are due April 18th – learn more and apply here!
Please join us next Thursday, March 30th, for Pi Alpha Alpha’s Career and Networking Panel and MPA Open House!
Our alumni panelists will be discussing their careers in public service, and there will be refreshments and networking opportunities afterwards!
This event is also attached to an MPA Open House for anyone interested in learning about our program!
Register for the event here!
Rutgers University is hosting a symposium on March 28th as part of their Community Leadership Lecture Series. Register here!
Want to meet experienced board prospects? ● Looking to build your volunteer list? ● Would new sponsors help your mission?
PANO will be co-hosting an event with Beacon, formerly known as the Greater Philadelphia Senior Executive Group (GPSEG), and Generocity, in Philly. Beacon is coordinating a Nonprofit & Executives Mix & Match Networking Happy Hour on March 28 to offer nonprofits a chance to meet senior executives in their communities who are looking to support local organizations as donors, volunteers, and/or board members.
Where: National Museum of American Jewish History, 5th Street and Market Street, Philadelphia, PA. *Discounted parking – $9.00 for 4 hours – will be available at the Bourse Garage, 400 Ranstead Street, entrance at 10 S. 4th Street.
When: Tuesday, March 28th, 4:00 – 7:00 p.m.
Agenda: Following a brief welcome, the evening will begin with a facilitated Speed Networking opportunity which is your chance to meet plenty of folks who have scanned the participating nonprofits and selected your mission. Once you’ve completed the “meet and greet”, you will segue into a Happy Hour (actually, 1.25 hours!) where you can take a deeper dive with your most promising new connections.
FYI: To keep your energy up for this intense team-building, soft drinks, beer, wine and hors d’oeuvres will be served throughout the evening, compliments of the event sponsors – organizations committed to supporting and nurturing the nonprofit community.
Cost: $20 per person.
TO REGISTER: Please email Christina Baer at email@example.com. Please indicate whether you are reserving one or two seats!
This Philadelphia Social Impact Career Fair is March 23rd – great for anyone interested in a career in public service!
Past non-profit fairs have attracted 500+ students/alumni from over 40 area colleges and universities. More than 75 non-profit organizations, representing issues ranging from the arts to human services/education to environmental concerns, have participated each year.
You can register for this event through Handshake – learn more here!