Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Small Business Saturday

Between Black Friday and Cyber Monday sits Small Business Saturday, a day dedicated to supporting small businesses and
their communities.  We hope you’ll join us in supporting small businesses by committing to shop small, shop local for the 3rd annual

Small Business Saturday
on November 24, 2012

If millions of Americans shop small, it will be huge:

Unlike money spent with publicly traded companies, national chains or franchises;small, locally owned businesses help money earned locally stay local:
·         Your dollars spent in locally-owned businesses have 3 times the impact on your community as dollars spent at national chains.
·         When shopping locally, you simultaneously create jobs, fund more city services through sales tax, invest in neighborhood improvement and promote community development.

If just one in three microenterprises hired a single employee, the U.S. would be at full employment.

Local small businesses are owned and managed by your friends, neighbors, classmates and WBDC graduates.

For more information, and to make your pledge to shop small, visit:

Inner City Movement presents "Light" November 17th & 18th

Inner-City Movement presents


Thanks to all who joined us for our free movie series in the month of September. It was a powerful and enjoyable time of fellowship that gathered a crowd of regular attendees. As for our next theatrical undertaking, we'll be having our first-ever All-Student Presentation entitled Light on November 17 & 18, Saturday & Sunday, at 5pm. Admission is free; but the Core Students are selling $6 glow in the dark "LIGHT" bracelets, which gives purchasers preffered seating at the shows. This helps raise support for the program so please purchase one at the door if possible.  In "Light", current and graduated students alike will be singing, dancing, acting, and using other creative gifts, all for the purpose of conveying the theme of Christians called to be light in the midst of darkness. Please note attendance at one of these presentations is mandatory for youth interested in enrolling in The Core in order to start classes in January.

October saw the return of current students and an incoming group of new students. The most recent change to The Core program is that graduated students who are interested in continuing their involvement are returning to partner with incoming students to provide a godly example and help teach their Script Bible classes. These partnerships are already bearing fruit, as new students look forward to coming back each week and knowing they have someone their age who's excited to see them and share with them.

Inner-City Movement
The Overflow Theater
7000 Terminal Square Suite 100B
Upper Darby, PA 19082

Election Day - Beware When Voting

Vote Wisely,

Ephesians 6:10-18
English Standard Version (ESV)

The Whole Armor of God
10 Finally, be strong in the Lord and in the strength of his might. 11 Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the schemes of the devil. 12 For we do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the cosmic powers over this present darkness, against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly places. 13 Therefore take up the whole armor of God, that you may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand firm.
Pay Attention

Good Word

In light of the storm we survived and the upcoming celebration of the Birth of Jesus Christ I thought this word would encourage us to Love one Another as he has Loved us.  Taken from Today God is First by O.S. Hillman.  Be Blessed.

Regaining the Art of Community
October 25

"But if we walk in the light, as he is in the light, we have fellowship with one another, and the blood of Jesus, his Son, purifies us from all sin (1 John 1:7).

I have a friend who spent three months living in Israel with Jewish believers. During one of their conversations the Jewish man noticed how often my friend came to visit him only to discuss a project. He turned to my friend during dinner and admonished him: "You western Christians! You always seem to need a program or an event to get together. Why can't you fellowship with one another just because you love each other!?"

My friend was convicted by his assessment. They began to talk about how Jesus modeled love for the disciples and how they simply hung out together because of their love for one another. "A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another" (John 13:34-35).
Jesus often spent unhurried times of fellowship with the disciples. They shared countless meals together. It is often during such times we get to know others at a deeper level.

Love for one another is one of the greatest signs of faith in Christ. However, the pace of life often contributes to a life being lived for the next event instead of a relationship rooted in the love of Christ.

How many relationships do you have in your life that would allow you to fellowship simply because you cared for one another?

Monday, October 29, 2012

Job Posting - Temporary Data Entry Specialist

CEI is looking for Data Entry Specialists in the Philadelphia area.  Please review the job description below and respond with a Microsoft Word version of your resume if you are interested in applying.

Data Entry Specialist:
Loading of data into a Call Data Recording system.

The duties will entail reviewing Excel spreadsheets and comparing the information to a web based organization chart on our intranet.  Information will then be gleaned from the org chart and updated in the system.  This is not a heads down, high speed data entry position.  I really need someone who could think their way through organization charts.  The individual will also be updating cost information in the system so accuracy is key as it will determine departmental charge backs.

Qualifications include basic familiarity with Excel and browser based applications.  The person should be detailed oriented so as not to misalign the employee and their department.
Mary T. Blinebury
Computer Enterprises, Inc. (CEI)
Let's connect!

I Said a Prayer for You Today

I said a prayer for you today
And know God must have heard.
I felt the answer in my heart
Although He spoke no word!

I didn't ask for wealth or fame
(I knew you wouldn't mind).
I asked him to send treasures
Of a far more lasting kind!

I asked that He be near you
At the start of each new day;
To grant you health and blessings
And friends to share your way!

I asked for happiness for you
In all things great and small.
But it was for His loving care
I prayed the most of all!

Stay strong everyone and know that God loves you and will never leave you. Have faith through the tough times that there will be good times to follow~ Never lose your hope~ He is a God who keeps His promises. 

Friday, October 26, 2012


As we prepare for the impending Hurricane Sandy, please take a moment to engage in preparedness activities. NBC10 says the rain is expected to arrive on Sunday evening with the heaviest rain and strongest winds most likely on Monday into Tuesday.  I would encourage you to:

·         Review your Family Emergency Plan and update as needed.
·         Be prepared to evacuate if local officials instruct you to do so.
·         Be prepared for potential long-term power outages.
·         Leaves are excellent material to clog/block storm drains, and make flooding worse. Get leaves and any other obstructing materials away from storm drains before the storm arrives.
• HAVE AN EMERGENCY KIT FOR YOU AND YOUR PET in case you need to evacuate.
BEFORE the storm:
• IF YOU EXPERIENCE A POWER OUTAGE be prepared with flashlights/ extra batteries/lanterns, do not use candles.
• MONITOR STREAM AND URBAN STREET FLOODING – For those living in areas that are prone to localized flooding, closely watch small streams and low-lying areas for early flooding. Make sure street storm drains are cleared.
• SECURE OUTSIDE OBJECTS.  Hurricane force winds can make outdoor furniture into missiles.
MEDICATION for each family member.
• REGISTER YOURSELF OR LOVED ONES WITH THE SPECIAL NEEDS REGISTRY at if you or they have difficulty receiving or acting upon emergency instructions.  This service is for individuals who live in Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery Counties.
• DO NOT WALK THROUGH FLOWING WATER – Drowning is the number one cause of flood deaths. Most of these drownings occur during flash floods. Flash flood waters move at very fast speeds and can roll boulders, sweep away cars, tear out trees, destroy buildings, and obliterate bridges. Six inches of swiftly moving water can knock you off of your feet. 
If you MUST walk through a flooded area, use a pole or stick to ensure that the ground is still there 
and solid, even where the water is not flowing.
• DO NOT DRIVE THROUGH A FLOODED AREA – More people drown in their cars than anywhere else. Cars can be swept away in just 2 feet of moving water. Do not drive around road barriers. They are there for a reason. The road or bridge may be washed out or structurally unsound. If your car becomes trapped in floodwaters, abandon it immediately and climb to higher ground.  Many deaths have resulted from attempts to move stalled 
vehicles. TURN AROUND, DON’T DROWN• AVOID POWER LINES AND ELECTRICAL WIRES – Electrocution is also a major killer in floods. Electrical current can travel through water. Report downed power lines to your 
utility company or local emergency manager. Always assume a downed wire is a live wire.  
The number to PECO is 1-800-841-4141; the number to PPL is 1-800-342-5775.
• LOOK BEFORE YOU STEP – After a flood, the ground and floors are covered with debris, including broken bottles and nails. Floors and stairs that have been covered with mud can be very slippery.
• BE ALERT FOR GAS LEAKS – Do not turn on electric lights, but use a flashlight to inspect for damage. A spark from the light switch could cause an explosion or fire.   Do not smoke or use candles, lanterns or open flames unless you are sure that the gas has been turned off and the area has been aired out.  
• CARBON MONOXIDE EXHAUST KILLS – Only use camping stoves, generators or other gasoline-powered machines outdoors. Fumes from charcoal are especially deadly, so never use indoors.
• CLEAN EVERYTHING THAT GETS WET – Floodwaters have probably picked up sewage and chemicals from roads, farms and factories. Spoiled food and flooded medicines and cosmetics are health hazards. When in doubt, throw them away.
• DO NOT CALL 9-1-1 TO REPORT A POWER OUTAGE. You should call your electric service provider. The number to PECO is 1-800-841-4141; the number to PPL is 1-800-342-5775.
• MONITOR LOCAL WEATHER REPORTS on radio, television and the internet.
• CHECK ON ELDERLY NEIGHBORS and others that experience difficulty in caring for themselves or receiving or acting upon emergency instructions.
• Follow your local Department of Emergency Services on Facebook or Twitter 

Visit American Red Cross for more hurricane preparedness tips.

You can sign up for weather and other emergency alerts via Ready Notify PA, by going to, and choosing the appropriate notifications that you would like to receive. 

Emergency services’ Facebook and Twitter names. 
FACEBOOK: Bucks County Govt
Chester County Department of Emergency Services
Delco Emergency Services
Montgomery County Department of Public Safety
Philadelphia Office of Emergency Management
Disaster Relief/Weather
American Red Cross Southeastern Pennsylvania Chapter
The Salvation Army Philadelphia
FEMA Federal Emergency Management Agency
US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly
Centers for Disease Control (CDC)


If you are an organization that is geographically isolated, contact your local municipality ASAP and give them information on your possible needs.

Please send this message out to others in your community.  Let me know if you have any questions, and please stay safe over the next few days! 

Applications will be accepted from Monday, October 22 to 
Friday, October 26 from 9am to 3pm. On Wednesday the hours 
will be from 9-6pm. To be eligible families must be under 150% 
of the federal poverty income guidelines. Toys are for children 12 
years old and younger.  


Photo ID 
Social Security Cards or birth certificate for all members of the family 
Proof of income  
Proof of expense 

The Salvation Army of Chester 
151 West 15th Street 
Chester, PA 19013 

Thursday, October 25, 2012

Youth Opportunities - Paid and Unpaid

Job & Volunteering Resources for Youth Age 14+
Here are lists of resources to explore for youth looking for volunteering opportunities, internships and paid work. 

Volunteer/Unpaid Internships
        Art Reach Ambassador –
o        Data entry, office help, internships
        Fair Food Philly –
o        Volunteer for the farm stand at Reading Terminal, special events, etc.
        Franklin Institute –
o        Demos, office help, library assistance,  meet & greet visitors, answer questions
        Free Library –
o        Shelving, tutoring, sorting, clerical, etc.
        Idealist –
o        Search for volunteer positions or paid positions with non-profit organizations, community organizations, etc.
        Millcreek Farm – 
o        Located in West Philadelphia 
o        Plant, sow, harvest, weed, etc.
        Philly Orchard Project – 
o        Tree plantings in spring/fall
        Philabundance –
        Philabundance Community Kitchen Program -
        SERVE Philadelphia –
o        Just select “Teens” in the “Ideal For” drop-down menu.
o        Mentoring, lunchtime volunteer, photography, painting, marketing, etc.
        SHARE Food Program –
        Soup Kitchen Listings –
        St John’s Hospice –
o        Food service in a soup kitchen, mail room, sorting gifts, driving, etc.

Paid Positions
        Chipotle –
o        Work at a restaurant location preparing food, cleaning, etc.
o        Asks for HS diploma but not required
o        16 or older
        Christmas Village –
o        Check for jobs starting in November in food service, retail, etc.
        Fresh Grocer –
o        16 or older
o        Not currently hiring for September
        Gap Inc –
o        Work at Old Navy, The Gap, Banana Republic, etc.
o        16 or older
        National Science Foundation –
o        Science-related job opportunities are available on occasion.
o        16 or older
        PYN WorkReady – Summer 2013 programs, Winter 2013 programs coming soon
        Reading Terminal –
o        Vendors often hire during the holidays.
        Sears –
o        Work at Kmart, Land’s End, Sears, etc.
o        16 or older
        Snag-A-Job –
o        Job listings for teens
        Toys R Us –
o        16 or older
        UCD/WPSI Youth Employment Network –
o        Small Business Service is an after-school program that connects high school students to local businesses, with an emphasis on small retailers. Students learn customer service and retail business operation skills and receive the same professional work readiness training that characterizes all WPSI programs. Questions? Email Sheila Ireland at
o        Other opportunities available in summer and at other times of the year. Check site for application deadlines for 2013 programs. 

Health Fair - C.R.E.A.T.E. (Community Resource Empowerment and Transformation Enterprise)

Health Fair
WhenSun, October 28, 12pm – 4pm
WhereRCCG Living Spring Miralce Center 5801 Walnut Street Philadelphia, PA, 19139 (map)
DescriptionFree screenings … diabetes, high blood pressure, oral, testicular, breast, cancer, health talks, free medication evaluation and review by pharmacists (bring your medications with you and your script if you have them) and many other free health services. Fox Chase Hospital will be here with their mammogram machine (you must have a doctors script for the mammogram). Don't miss this opportunity to learn more about your health and wellness and avail yourself of some of the free medical resources that will be available. Remember to bring someone with you!

Job Postings - Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania

Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania has  openings for a Development Manager and Director of Outdoor Programs and several other positions.
The job descriptions can be found on the following website :
Applicants must apply through for consideration.

Social Security Benefit Statements

You may be aware that last year Social Security suspended the mailing of the annual benefit estimate Statements due to federal budget considerations. Recently, the agency resumed sending the Statement, but only to people who are age 60 and older and who are not yet on benefits; people younger than 60 will not have a Statement mailed to them.
However, this week the agency set up an online service that allows people age 18 and older to register and create a personal My Social Security account. People can then get benefit estimates, view their yearly earnings history and also get general information about Social Security.
Click on the link below for the Social Security web page. On the left hand side you will see the link entitled “Get Your Social Security Statement online.” Just click on it to get all the information and to register for your own personal account.


Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Job Posting - Manager Community Outreach and Partnerships

Nurturing Families, Strengthening Neighborhoods, Driving Change.
Manager, Community Outreach and Partnerships
Founded in 1972, PEC is a comprehensive homeless services provider and experienced nonprofit community development agency based in West Philadelphia. The agency employs nearly 100 staff to serve its community and constituents through social services, counseling, case management, commercial corridor revitalization, community organizing, and quality affordable housing. PEC is looking for dynamic, motivated, and talented individuals to join its team and help lay the foundation for the agency’s next phase of growth.
 Bachelor’s Degree in social work, urban planning or related field required; Master’s degree preferred
 Ability to communicate clearly, both in writing and verbally
 Sensitivity to, and experience with urban and low income populations
 Proficiency with MS office programs: Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint
Reports to: VP, Community, Economic and Real Estate Development
Responsibilities of this position include: organizing and facilitating community outreach activities, including event planning, actively representing PEC in various committees or organizational meetings affiliated with the community, managing external partnerships and small projects, and supporting the Community Development Corporation (CDC) in development-related activities such as organizing neighborhood participation, feedback, and support.
 Maintain regular contact and attend community meetings with all existing community and neighborhood groups, including but not limited to, West Powelton Concerned Community Council, Saunders Park Neighbors, HUB Coalition, MASCO, 16th Police District Advocacy Committee, UPenn First Thursday meetings and others.
 Ensure that Civic Groups and others interested are being informed of PEC activities, making presentations as needed.
 Act as a conduit of information for community members, sharing new information on services available for PEC and neighborhood residents, including child care, utility emergencies, energy efficiency, educational and financial literacy, and other services needed by community members.
 Assist with publicity/communication for all CDC events.
 Assist Commercial Corridor Manager with clean-up efforts, including supervision of volunteers. Assure at least two clean-up activities are conducted each year within the community.
 Assist Commercial Corridor Manager with outreach along Lancaster Avenue.
 Coordinate quarterly financial literacy seminars.
 Coordinate annual Jazz Festival.
 Oversee Community Connectors.
Nurturing Families, Strengthening Neighborhoods, Driving Change.
Planning and Development Duties
 Assist and support CDC with project management tasks such as information dissemination and securing community input and support on development projects such as Façade Projects, Homeownership Initiatives, Supportive Housing, and Facility Development.
 Work with CDC on planning activities such as Lancaster Avenue Market Study, assisting with property inventories and commercial & residential surveys.
 Oversee small projects in partnership with external partners such as a) the skateboard project; b) food sustainability, including UNI, PUFFA, and West Philadelphia Fresh Food Hub.
 Create and facilitate neighborhood plan steering committee.
 Host quarterly neighborhood-wide information sharing meetings.
People’s Emergency Center provides a generous benefits package which includes: group health and dental insurance, vacation, personal and sick benefit time, Flexible Spending Accounts, 401K, company paid disability and life insurance.
For immediate consideration for this position, please e-mail your resume to or fax resume to K. Strong at 215-689-0116.

Free Health Services - Delaware County, PA

Pennsylvania Department of Health
Delaware County State Health Center
151 W. Fifth Street
Chester, PA  19013
Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m

The Delaware County State Health Center is a part of the PA Department of Health’s  Bureau of Community Health Systems, which provides for the implementation of core public health functions in a high quality, effective and responsive manner that will positively impact the health status of Pennsylvanians.

The Center operates under the direction of the Southeast District Office in Reading to engage in community health assessment and quality assurance activities and provide other public health services, including community outreach programs to promote healthy behaviors.

Direct Services include:
  • Free HIV Counseling and Testing (no appointment necessary)
* Every Wednesday of each month 9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
      * Must be there before 11:00 a.m. to be tested
  • Free CD4 and Viral Load Testing Site (by appointment only)
  • Free Sexually Transmitted Disease Site (no appointment necessary)
* Every Wednesday of each month 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
  • Free Tuberculosis Disease Clinic (by appointment only)
  • Free Childhood Immunizations
* Provides shots at no cost for children up to 18 years of age who have no                      
health insurance or whose insurance does not cover immunizations
*Hours subject to change without notice.

Tuesday, October 23, 2012

The Loss of General Assistance

Client Spotlight: The Loss of General Assistance  
 Article is from the Community Legal Services of Philadelphia October Newsletter.

Billie Washington was struggling to make ends meet. A former home care attendant, she was no longer able to work due to her rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and other illnesses. While waiting for her disability benefits hearing, she began receiving General Assistance. Ms. Washington carefully budgeted the monthly $205.00 to cover her rent, toiletries, medical co-payments, and public transportation to get to doctor's appointments. When she found out that General Assistance was being eliminated, Ms. Washington felt like she had the rug yanked  out from under her. Describing the feeling of desperation, she said, "I was crushed. I just, I didn't know what I was going to do."

She turned to Community Legal Services for help and attorney Michael Froehlich took up her case. With his representation, Ms. Washington will be the lead plaintiff in the lawsuit filed against the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to reinstate the General Assistance program for 68,000 former recipients. "I'm overwhelmed to realize that someone really cares. I'm really happy that everyone at CLS is taking such a great interest; without their authority, no one is going to listen... I'm glad CLS is here to make people listen and understand what we're going through."

Ms. Washington is taking it day by day. "You've got to pray. Try to keep your head above water. It's just hard." She can no longer afford all of the medications that she needs and is forced to make difficult compromises that could further affect her health. People with disabilities across the state have been put into similar vulnerable positions. On October 1, CLS, along with three other law firms acting as co-counsel, filed a lawsuit in Commonwealth Court.CLS is determined to provide Ms. Washington with the very best representation, and further, to stand up for the 68,000 people whose lives are affected by the state's decision to eliminate General Assistance.

For more information on the lawsuit, click here.
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For more information on Community Legal Services of Philadelphia visit:

Sunday, October 21, 2012

Free Tutoring

Eligible Public and Charter School Students

Tutoring in reading, mathematics, science, and more…for K-12 students in Upper Darby and Philadelphia School Districts at:

Fresh Anointing Christian Center
141 Garrett Rd, Upper Darby 19082

Students will receive:
Diagnostic Testing
Direct Small Group Instruction
Progress testing and monthly reports

For information about hours, and to see if your child is eligible, please call, 610-352-3000.

Chester Housing - Section 8 Applications

Chester Housing Authority Section 8 waiting list is open October 15-31.  Public Housing list is closed.
Applications must be completed online.
Please see their site for details.

Saturday, October 20, 2012

Dining with Diabetes

Dining with Diabetes Classes

Please encourage those you know to attend these classes.  The registration fee is only $5.00 (can be waived), we cook and eat at each session, the participants learn about the markers for controlling their diabetes, what foods to choose and include exercise in their day.  They take home lesson books from Joslin Diabetes center, recipes and a cookbook, an exercise DVD and other items.  We have all of these items in Spanish too.

The diabetes rate among minorities exceeds the general population.  We are offering this class in English and Spanish and convenient to those in Chester without transportation.  Please encourage your clients, neighbors and family to take advantage of this opportunity!

Call if you have questions.  Thanks for your help in marketing these classes!  Please send these to other list serves you may have at your office if appropriate.

Thanks, Fran
Frances Alloway, M.A., R.D., LDN
Nutrition and Family Living Educator
Penn State Extension
Delaware County
20 Paper Mill Rd.
Springfield, PA  19064
office number 610-690-2655  fax 610-690-2676

Friday, October 19, 2012

Job Posting - The Barnes Foundation

General Counsel and Assistant Secretary

Description: The Barnes Foundation is seeking candidates for the position of General Counsel and Assistant Secretary (“GC”) to join its professional staff.  Reporting to the President and Executive Director, this position will be responsible for the full range legal matters for the Foundation.  Responsibilities include contract review and compliance, compliance with regulatory filings requirements, risk management, donor-related and planned giving agreements, artist rights and intellectual property matters and Foundation compliance with internal policies and procedures.  This position serves as staff liaison to the Nominating and Governance Committee of the Foundation’s Board of Trustees and participates in other Trustee Committee Meetings.  This position also manages outside counsel relationships, as appropriate, to create a cost-effective legal operation for the Foundation.

To Apply: Please apply online

Please create a single document that includes your cover letter, resume and three professional references to upload with your application. Applications that fail to fulfill this requirement will not be accepted.

Scholarship Funds - The Mckee Scholarships

The McKee Scholarships

The McKee Scholarships, currently totaling $21,500 for four years of postsecondary education, are available to fatherless boys in the Philadelphia area.  Applicants must submit the following information to the committee for consideration:

An application form
Evaluation from the student’s principal or guidance counselor
SAT or ACT scores
Student aid report

The committee is now accepting applications, which must be submitted by March 1.  Interviews are held in March and April.  Recipients will be announced in May.

All information is available at

Applicants can also call 484-323-1348 or write:  The John McKee Scholarship Committee, c/o Robert J. Stern, Executive Secretary, Box 144, Merion Station, PA 19066.

Fresh Start Clothing Closet - Clothing Donations

Fresh Start Clothing Closet is open to all FACC members as well as members of the community. 
Hours of Operation
Tuesday– 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Wednesday – 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Saturday – 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.

NOTE: Due to limited space, Please keep in mind that donations are for clothing items only.  Thank you to all who participate.
Please contact Fred Gray at 267-407-4533 or Melissa Blackson at 484-274-7276 or email

We are ready to begin taking donations again. We especially need men's clothing and boots. Also, we need coats for all sizes, and other winter items, such as sweaters, socks, gloves, scarves, and hats. Long-sleeved shirts, jeans and sneakers for all adult sizes would be appreciated.

Job Poisting - HMS School for Children with Cerebal Palsy

HMS School for Children with Cerebral Palsy is looking to fill a Teacher Assistant position.

TEACHER ASSISTANT – A full-time position is available at our Special Education, Non-Profit Approved Private School. Responsibilities include assisting the Special Education Teacher in providing an Individual Education Program that is specific to the needs of each student.  Additionally teacher assistants work to assure each student’s education, therapy and medical needs are communicated and met.  The TA is responsible for student and classroom safety while optimizing the classroom learning environment.  The right person will be creative and flexible in their approach and must be ready, willing and able to adapt to new ideas and changes.

Workdays:                  Monday through Friday

Requirements:           High School Diploma
                                    Special Education experience desired, but not necessary

Applicants can fax resume to 215-222-3018, or email to  NO phone calls please!

Jobs at Philadelphia Works

The following positions are  available at Philadelphia Works:
  • Research Assistant
  • Compliance Officer
  • Support Services Assistant 
For more information visit

Philadelphia Works
1617 JFK Blvd., 13th Fl
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Jobs at Legacy Youth Tennis and Education

Legacy Youth Tennis and Education has the following open positions:

·         Dir. of Neighborhood-Based programs (FT)
·         Grant Writer (PT)
·         Tennis Instructor (PT)

Legacy Youth Tennis and Education
4842 Ridge Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19129