Thursday, March 28, 2013

Job Posting - Communications Director

Public Citizens for Children and Youth is looking to fill a Communication Director position.
Interested candidates may refer to the directions on the attached posting.
Salary range is between $50 - $58.
Job  Announcement:    Communications Director

PCCY is a small non-profit organization with a big mission.  We are looking to add a new member to our team who shares our passion and commitment to  build public will for increased levels of investment in the programs and services known to help low income and disadvantaged children reach their full potential.  With a mission of helping children thrive, the results of our work will improve the region’s competitiveness and quality of life.

The Communications Director will work with other members of the team to:

·         Craft and implement press and social media strategies that focus public attention on the results of our research and policy collaborations

·         Write blog posts that drive media attention to the critical issues raised by PCCY’s research and local policy efforts

·         Employ state-of-art social media strategies to boost the number of influential individuals throughout the region who follow PCCY’s research and policy efforts

·         Write press releases and press advisories promoting PCCY position statements, events, programs and reports

·         Pitch to reporters, bloggers and producers stories or features that highlight the issues identified by PCCY staff as important and newsworthy.

·         Propose and help orchestrate events that bring press attention to PCCY’s reports, policy efforts or to the organization.

·         Book members of the PCCY board, staff and related experts on radio, television, cable and related media outlets.

·         Write content for PCCY’s webpage and ensure that content is refreshed and up-to-date

·         Identify options for how media strategies can bolster fundraising strategies.


·         Master’s Degree preferred and five years experience

·         Proficient media-oriented writing skills

·         Qualitative skills that demonstrate knowledge of how to use data to create persuasive arguments

·         Understanding of how advocacy strategies work and the role of media in such strategies

·         Ability to work as a member of a team and make a contribution

·         Strong and quick problem solving skills

·         Creative thinking

·         Preference given to candidates with skills in creating info-graphics and/or strong visual presentation skills that can effectively present data and persuasive facts

Contact:  Please send an email a resume and a writing sample (600 word max) to Steven Fynes:

Free Dental Clinics in Philadelphia

Free Dental Clinics
Liacouras Center
1776 North Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA 19121

May 31st-June 1st, 2013 Philadelphia

MOM-n-PA is an annual two-day free dental clinic for under served Pennsylvanians. All services are provided free of charge by members of organized dentistry and assisted by a host of volunteers.

MOM-n-PA provides dental care for the relief of pain to thousands of the most needy, many of whom are from working families who do not have access or cannot afford dental insurance.

Many of these patients might otherwise have no hope of receiving care.

During our mission on May 31 and June 1st, 2013, more than 800 volunteers, including 120 dentists will treat around 2,000 patients!!!!!!

Services Include: fillings, cleanings, extractions, and much more!!!

No eligibility or income requirements!!! Children & Adults!!!

Doors Open At 6 a.m.

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Free Dental Care

Job Posting - Executive Assistant

Please Touch Museum®, a non- profit organization, seeks an Executive Assistant to

support both the Museum’s President & CEO (CEO) and Executive Vice President (EVP) and act as a liaison for the Museum to the Board of Directors and the community. The Executive Assistant performs, coordinates and overseas the Executive office administrative duties while providing an extensive level of support to the CEO and EVP.


Responsibilities include: extensive calendar management for CEO and EVP; managing mail for CEO and EVP including: managing and updating of CEO’s and EVP’s electronic contact system and calendars; maintenance of their electronic archival filing system; coordinate hospitality events for guests of the CEO and EVP; support CEO’s fundraising efforts in collaboration with Development department; prepare annual budget planning documents and cross-departmental reports for EVP; acts as project manager for special projects for the CEO and EVP; provide Board support by being a liaison to Board of Directors; prepare and draft written correspondences for CEO and EVP; draft, research, and prepare background information reports for upcoming key meetings; prepare and monitor Executive Department annual budget and expenditures; coordinate Museum participation in events and functions.; organize travel and hotel arrangements for CEO, EVP and senior staff; manage the Museum’s U.S. Airways vouchers; submit Museum’s quarterly State Lobbying Reports to Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; oversees Executive Department intern.



Requirements: Bachelor’s degree required or diploma/certificate from an accredited technical or paraprofessional institution is acceptable and/or extended length of experience working for a senior level executive; three to five years of administrative support experience required; strong business writing skills; excellent verbal communication skills; demonstrated ability to maintain active schedule and calendar of events and meet deadlines; demonstrates ability to produce well thought-out, professional correspondence free of grammatical and spelling errors; excellent interpersonal and customer service skills needed; ability to prioritize tasks; demonstrate excellent time management skills; highly organized with attention to detail; proven ability to maintain confidentiality; and work effectively without constant and direct supervision or guidance;  must demonstrate the ability to adapt to changes in the work environment, manage competing     demands and be able to deal with frequent changes, delays or unexpected events; excellent computer skills and familiarity with email etiquette communication tools. Intermediate to Advanced Microsoft Office Suite (Excel, PowerPoint) proficiency required.

Please Touch Museum offers an excellent work environment with a focus on informal learning in a museum setting for children 7 years and under; a comprehensive benefit package and competitive salary.  To apply for this opportunity, please mail your cover letter including resume and salary requirements to: Director of HR, Please Touch Museum, 4231 Avenue of the Republic, Philadelphia, PA 19131; fax to: (215)-581-3182; Email:  215-581-3189     EOE

Have You Filed Your Taxes - Reminder

United Way
of Greater Philadelphia
and Southern New Jersey

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As the calendar turns to spring, many of us get excited awaiting the arrival of warmer weather, colorful, blooming flowers and an opportunity to engage in outdoor activities. But as a former accountant, I know this time of year also means something else – tax season!
Over the next couple of weeks, there will be a mad dash by some to file their income taxes by the April 15 deadline. Yet for some, this is more than an annual rite - it’s a chance to put a few additional dollars back into their pockets. This is why our Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program is so important. Through VITA, an IRS-supported tax preparation service, United Way provides eligible candidates with a combined household income of $51,000 or less with access to trained VITA volunteers who will prepare their taxes at no cost. In 2012, VITA volunteers filed more than 20,000 tax returns across the region, which returned more than $28.5 million to individuals and families in communities throughout Greater Philadelphia and southern New Jersey.
The VITA program proved to be just what Michael and Kimberly White*, a middle-aged Burlington County, New Jersey couple, needed. The Whites had experienced a financial setback a few years ago and, in order to avoid foreclosure, they went to a paid tax preparer and applied for an express refund with a cash advance that carried more than a 1200 percent interest charge. This move, all done to save their home, caused the Whites months of financial hardship as they struggled to repay the loan. Two years ago, the Whites reached out to Catholic Charities Emergency and Community Services, a Delanco, New Jersey-based agency that is supported by United Way. Not only did the couple receive free tax preparation services through our VITA program, but they were able to get a refund within two weeks and keep all the money they were entitled to receive.
Or take Mark Pressman,* a southeastern Pennsylvania man in college while working full-time. To save money, Mark would regularly prepare his taxes himself, usually getting between $8 and $10 in refunds. Last year, Mark decided to seek the services of PathwaysPA, a Delaware County-based agency and United Way community partner. Because Mark was paying tuition, the VITA volunteer realized that Mark was eligible for the American Opportunity Credit and a $2,870 refund! Mark used the refund to finish paying for his education, gaining peace of mind and further stability when he learned that relying on a student loan would not be necessary.
There are so many VITA success stories that allow individuals and families to take advantage of valuable tax credits and receive refunds that can alleviate the stress caused by financial hardships. And these stories are possible because of the support we receive from people like you. Your contributions – be it time or money – create opportunities, giving people more than help to get by; but also hope to improve the quality of their lives.
Jill Michal
President and CEO
United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey
*Names changed for privacy

Great Logo Deal for Start-Up Businesses

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Monday, March 25, 2013

Horzon House Fundraiser

Hey everyone -

Passing along information about another fun event, this time to benefit Horizon House.
Horizon House is a non-profit, and a nationally recognized leader in the field of psychiatric rehabilitation. Each year, Horizon House serves more than 4,500 individuals in community-based settings throughout Pennsylvania and Delaware. For more information, please visit
So come out to have a good time for a great cause, and also see if you might become a volunteer and advocate for Horizon House.

An Improv Comedy FriendRaiser for Horizon House
Featuring comedysportz!

Saturday, April 27, 2013
The Adrienne, 2030 Sansom Street Philadelphia, PA
(between Walnut & Chestnut and 20th & 21st)
Showtime: 7:30 p.m. | Doors open at 7:00 p.m.

Get in on the fun of this hilarious and unpredictable competition!
Halftime includes desserts and a chance to win EXCITING PRIZES!
Tickets $15
Order online at
Only 100 Tickets Available. Better Hurry!
To check out comedysportz, visit

5 Easy Ways to Reduce Your Bills This Month

5 Easy Ways to Reduce Your Bills This Month
David Bakke

If you haven't yet begun to find ways to save more money and improve your finances, now is certainly the time to spring into action. Gas prices are on the rise, your healthcare expenses could go up in the near future, and there could be more tax increases on the horizon. Therefore, it's important to save however, whenever you can.
Here are five easy ways to do so:
1. Use Coupons and Sign Up for Supermarket Loyalty Programs
If you're willing to put in a little effort, you can save significantly at the grocery store by usingextreme couponing strategies. Purchase one extra copy of the Sunday paper each week or extra coupons, and instantly double your savings by shopping on the day your grocer doubles the value of manufacturers coupons. Buy in bulk when you find a particularly good deal on an item you use frequently, and sign up for the loyalty program if your grocer has one - this way, you can receive coupons in the mail. Save the most by combining coupons with in-store sales.
2. Get an Energy Audit
Instead of researching the Internet for ways to reduce your home energy bills, have a professional come to your house to perform an inspection. By doing so, you can get a comprehensive report conducive to your particular needs. Many energy providers provide in-home energy audits free of charge. The inspection, which covers both the interior and the exterior, should take only an hour or so, and the report can supply you with a number of ways to improve your home or your habits to save. For example, you may find that simply by reducing your water heater and thermostat by a few degrees, you can significantly reduce your energy bill
3. Look for Hidden Fees
Many service providers and banks have instituted a variety of new fees you might be unnecessarily paying for. Carefully review each monthly bill that you receive, and look for maintenance fees, usage fees, paper statement fees, and more. These can easily add up over time, and it's in your best interest to identify these and work with the provider to get them omitted from future bills. Always be courteous to customer service staff when you inquire about charges and ask for their removal. If that is ineffective, you could ask to speak to the company's customer retention department and let them know that you plan to use another provider if the fees are not removed. In this instance, it pays to make sure the other provider can accommodate your needs.
4. Combine Service
Bundling services - such as phone, Internet, and cable - presents a great opportunity to save. When you investigate online and find the best possible deal, call the provider and ask if that price can be beaten. There's a chance you could score an even bigger discount. Also, if you're still using a landline telephone, but have a reliable Internet connection, consider using a service like magicJack which can provide phone service via your Internet connection for as little as $29.95 per year.
5. Ask for a Discount
Asking for a discount applies to nearly anything you purchase, and it never hurts to inquire with a salesperson to see if they are willing to haggle and negotiate a lower price. For instance, if you are purchasing a flat screen television or a personal computer, see if you can have the price of the tax taken off the total cost. It's important to understand that even big box retailers do in fact have the ability to negotiate price - you just have to ask. I once did this, and the salesperson instead found an open box item for me in the back of the store off which I got a significant discount.
Final Thoughts
Once your savings are in the bank, appropriate them wisely - save for your retirement, an emergency fund, or save extra money for your kids' college fund. That said, it isn't out of the question to reward yourself (modestly) for all your hard work - perhaps a nice dinner every few months, or a little splurge on a gift for yourself. Saving money is great, but using those savings appropriately can really help improve your finances.
What other ways can you think of to save on monthly bills?
David Bakke is a savings guide for the financial blog and online resource, Money Crashers Personal Finance

Zumba for Homelessness

Zumbathon: Saturday, March 30, 2013


We Feed the Homeless Philly will hold its Zumbathon Fundraiser on Saturday, March 30, 2013 at the Legacy Youth Tennis and Education Center located at 4842 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, PA, from 5 PM to 8 PM. Your $25.00 donation will allow you to Zumba with us as we raise money for the homeless. We will have certified Zumba instructors on duty, fresh salad bar and other refreshments.

Please join us as we raise money to feed homeless individuals. All proceeds that we make go directly back to providing meals to those less fortunate.

For questions, please contact us via phone at 215-764-5688 or via email at

Top 10 Tech Tips for a Healthier Heart


WLMagazineSeptember 1, 20120

1. Stop Smoking.Apps such as Smoke Reducer for Android, and iQuit for iPhone can help you wean off tobacco. You can also use the Firefox add-on Quitomzilla, which shows you how much money you save by not smoking, the number of cigarettes not smoked, and the overall time since your last smoke.
2. Stay Within a Healthy Weight Range.
Make it easier to monitor your weight-loss progress with the iHealth Wireless Scale. You can track your weight over time, and see results in relation to daily activity, time of day, diet, exercise, and more. The scale lets you set a milestone and share your results with doctors, fitness buddies and family. The free companion iHealth Scale app works with iPod touch, iPhone and iPad. Learn more at
3. Limit Alcohol and Caffeine.
Keep track of how much you’re drinking with the DrinkControl or Alcohol Monitor apps for iPhone, or the SoberApp for Android. They estimate your blood alcohol content and let you know whether or not you should drive. To monitor your caffeine intake, try the Caffeine Zone 2 for iPhone and iPad, or the Caffeine Monitor app for Android.
4. Take Care of Your Teeth.
Research suggests that there may be a link between periodontal disease and heart disease. Go online and check the American Dental Association’s database at to find oral health care products that have the ADA seal of approval. At the ADA website, you can also watch videos on a variety of oral health care topics.
5. Keep Tabs on Your Blood Pressure.
The Mayo Clinic recommends you monitor your blood pressure at home and visit your doctor regularly. With the iHealth Blood Pressure Dock, (, you can accurately measure your blood pressure, track your readings over time, and share that information with healthcare providers, friends and family members. The Dock comes with a blood pressure arm cuff and doubles as a charging station for your iPod touch, iPhone and iPad. The companion iHealth app is available for free.
6. Reduce Stress.
Try a portable biofeedback device, like the StressEraser, to help you relax by synchronizing your breathing and your heart rate. If having too much on your plate and too many interruptions causes you stress, try Quiet Hours. It lets you shut down your computer’s communication apps, like instant messaging, for a specified period of time.
7. Exercise Regularly.
The Online Activity Tracker from the American Heart Health Association lets you create a personalized walking plan, log time or distance traveled, plot and save walking routes, and more. Check it out at You can also use the AHA Walking Paths app for Android and iPhone.
8. Eat Right.
Tracking the foods you consume helps you better understand your caloric and nutritional intake. The Lose It! app for the iPhone allows you to enter and track your meals and snacks, and keep track of your weight loss progress and goals via the app, as well as access your account online. Visit for more information. Offering many of the same capabilities, Android phone users can use the Diet Assistant app at
9. Make Sleep a Priority.
Not getting enough sleep can raise your blood pressure and make it more likely you’ll have a stroke or heart attack. Learn more about your sleep patterns with a sleep monitor. You can try a headband monitor, such as the Zeo, (, or an armband monitor such as the SleepTracker, ( Each keeps track of your sleep cycle and helps you wake up at the optimal time.
10. Know Your Family History.
Knowing your family’s medical history can help you identify patterns that might be relevant to your own heart health. There are a number of online tools such as My Family Health Portrait at to help you gather and store that information.

Scholarships for Moms

Scholarships4Mom is helping you go back to school & create a brighter future for yourself & your family. Click here to apply for your FREE $10,000 Scholarship!

Saturday, March 23, 2013

A Resource for Non-Traditional "Green" Jobs for HS Girls to Consider

Why Green Is Your Color: A Woman's Guide to a Sustainable Career was prepared for the U.S. Department of Labor Women's Bureau by Public Policy Associates, Inc. (contractor) and Wider Opportunities for Women (subcontractor) under contract # DOLJ099429561.

Visit the Department of Labor website:

or a direct link to the full report:

Job Postings - Job Gateway

2524299                Administrative Assistant and Staffing Coordinator
2965722                CNA in Springfield and Media Area
2965747                CNA in Philadelphia
2970124                Crew Chief/Driver positions(3)
2970133                Mover/Drivers(6)

Peer Support for Middle- and High-School Kids Who Have Been (or Are Being) Bullied

Job Posting - Human Resource Coordinator

Human Resources Coordinator
Fare & Square is based on a non-profit grocery store model and is in development to open Summer 2013 in Chester, PA. Fare & Square will give Chester, PA residents the access to “good food right around the corner” that has not been available to these resident in a full scale grocery store. Fare & Square will sell nutritious food staples with a focus on fresh produce, meats, dairy, seafood, and frozen foods. Fare & Square will help stretch customers dollars so that they get more for their money.

Job Description Summary: The Human Resources Coordinator is the primary company HR representative at store location.  Responsible for securing in-store staffing needs; posting and marketing job openings, pre-screening applicants, scheduling interviews, extending job offers, ensuring the completion of new-hire paperwork, scheduling and conducting orientations. The HR coordinator will also coordinate training for both new and existing store associates and coordinate communication of all HR-related information to store associates.  He or she is also responsible for company, state, and federal compliance of all HR policies, programs and regulations, including file maintenance and security.  Assists in employee relations investigations, coordinating employee reviews, conducting exit interviews, and other related duties.

Talent Acquisition:
  • Pre-screen job applications and sets up interview schedule that matches the hiring needs for the store
  • Extend job offers to qualified candidates for entry-level positions, confirming the candidates’ availability as well as the starting rate with the Store Director
  • Monitor pre-hire screening compliance, partnering with vendors when indicated
  • Ensure that all new-hire paperwork is properly completed; advise all new-hires of the documentation they must present at the time of hire
  • Maintains good candidate and hiring manager experience by timely and appropriate communication (including dispositions) with candidates and hiring managers
Onboarding and Training Coordination:
  • Coordinate ongoing associate training and certification such as food safe handlers and operation of store equipment
  • Schedule and conduct new-hire orientations in groups (or one-on-one when indicated)
  • Secure and coordinate the training schedule for all new-hires with the various department managers
  • Ensure ongoing communication to store associates regarding HR issues and activities via the associate bulletin board; post letters from customers and/or management as well as newsletter information; maintain the suggestion box and associate bulletin board; present to large and small groups
Employee Relations:
  • Conduct exit interviews if/when possible
  • Under the supervisor of HR leadership, perform HR related interviews and investigations
  • Assist management team in evaluation and improvement of the employee experience, assisting in best resolution of challenges at the earliest possible point of intervention
Payroll and benefits coordination:
  • Record and resolve timekeeping issues for associates’ and management
  • Review and enter payroll information into the payroll system
  • Conducts annual benefits enrollment communication to store associates in conjunction with HR
  • Working in coordination with the HR Dept, provide information regarding associate pay and benefits information

  • Exceptional customer service and conflict management skills
  • Proven effectiveness in verbal and written communication, including presentations to large and small groups
  • Proven ability to execute multiple projects simultaneously
  • Computer literacy skills; experience with Microsoft Office Suite
  • Self-directed, able to work independently as well as part of a team.
  • High energy level, strong sense of initiative, creative problem solving, flexibility, discretion, and a sense of humor.
  • Strong organizational and time management skills.
  • Ability to interface with all levels of staff

  • Bachelor’s degree in HR or related field or equivalent experience
  • Understanding of labor laws, regulations, and industry standards in the practice of HR functions
  • Two years of recent experience in an HR function ( retail experience a plus)
  • Be willing and able to attend recruiting activities at off-site locations such as career fairs
  • Be willing and able to attend occasional meetings at HQ in Philadelphia
  • Able to perform presentations to small and large groups
  • Intermediate Microsoft Office skills
  • Ability to use an ATS, payroll and other databases (Paychex Payroll experience a plus)
  • Able and willing to work within store operations hours.  Scheduled evenings and weekends required

Philabundance is an equal opportunity employer. Should you wish to submit your resume for consideration, please go to

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Nonprofit Executive Leadership Certificate Program

Start Your Spring Out Right With The Nonprofit Executive Leadership Certificate Program!
Application Deadline Extended To March 29th - Scholarships Available
To wash the last of your winter blues away, meet a great group of colleagues this spring through the Nonprofit Executive Leadership Certificate Program! Participate in seminars focused on the challenges you face as a nonprofit leader. Receive individual executive coaching tailored to your professional needs. Apply by Friday, March 29th for this career-building opportunity!
NELI's Executive Leadership Certificate Program is designed specifically for members of an executive team, such as CEOs, executive directors, vice presidents, deputy directors, COOs, CFOs, directors of strategic initiatives, and department or division heads. Our curriculum helps both seasoned and new leaders to advance their skills and put the information learned into immediate practice. 

NELI Scholarships  are still available through funding from United Way and individual donors.  In addition, agencies that qualify have also applied directly toTD Charitable Foundation and received support. Visit our website at NELI, or set up a phone call with Margie DuBrow, Director of NELI, at or 610-520-2650.      
Program Dates: 
April 19 & 20 | May 17 & 18 | June 21 & 22  
Sept 20 & 21 | Nov 1 & 2

Reminder - Your College and Scholarship Application Workshop is this SATURDAY!!

Hey Students,
I hope you remember (and are excited!) about the College and Scholarship Application Workshop this Saturday, March 23rd!!

We kept our promise and have a large group of current college students ready to work with you one-on-one no matter where you are in the college process.  We will be:
  • Helping you plan and prepare for college during high school (i.e. what college should you be going to?)
  • Helping you find scholarships
  • Helping you apply to college if you are ready to do so/finish applications you are working on
  • Helping you write those essays that are helpful for scholarships and college applications
Oh yea - we will also have free food ... that's right, freeee food.
Come, bring your college related questions and your friends.

Remember - be ON TIME - 9:15 SHARP.  Our college students will be waiting and ready to work.
Follow us on twitter or like us on facebook for updates as we prepare for the event!
The location - Temple University, the Tuttleman Learning Center at 13th and Montgomery!
Any questions?  Email me or ask us on facebook/twitter.


Edisa Rodriguez
Manager of College Access Programs
Mayor's Office of Education
City Hall 115

Friday, March 15, 2013

Youth Empowerment Retreat

Parenting Group for Moms

Job Posting - Membership Manager

Membership Manager

Based on a non-profit grocery store model, Philabundance’s Fare & Square will give Chester, PA residents the access to “good food right around the corner” that has not been available to these resident in a full scale grocery store. Fare & Square will sell nutritious food staples with a focus on fresh produce, meats, dairy, seafood, and frozen foods. Fare & Square will help stretch customers dollars so that they get more for their money.

Job Description Summary: Management of outreach and enrollment of prospective members for Fare & Square, a non-profit grocery store providing access to affordable food and benefits outreach services to the Chester, PA community.  Fare & Square is a membership-based store.  The Membership Manager will be responsible for all aspects of membership enrollment and services within Fare & Square.  He or she will: plan, organize and execute in-store and community based membership outreach and enrollment events; manage communications with current and prospective members; manage member account information and database; and generate and interpret reports. The Membership Manager will effectively partner within and across departments on various projects, partner with the Front End Manager (FEM) to aid in providing excellent customer service, and support the Store Manager in developing, implementing, executing and evaluating goals and strategies related to member recruitment, retention, and satisfaction.  He or she will create partnerships with relevant community agencies to assess potential value-added community services for members.



  • Exceptional customer service and conflict management skills
  • Proven effectiveness in verbal and written communication, including presentations to large and small groups
  • Proven ability to execute multiple projects simultaneously
  • Demonstrated ability to work closely with community agencies (volunteers, committee members, etc.)
  • Experience working with and generating reports from databases
  • 1-2 years minimum experience in membership development role
  • Strong computer literacy skills; experience with Microsoft Office Suite
  • Experience in supervising a team effectively
  • Experience in point of sale and payment methods such as SNAP, EBT, credit and debit


·         College degree in business, social services or related field, or equivalent experience

·         Valid driver’s license and a driving record acceptable to company standards

·         Attendance at offsite meetings at headquarters and in the community

·         Two years of relevant work or volunteer experience

·         Community outreach experience preferred, retail grocery experience a plus

·         Able to work a schedule reflecting the membership needs which will include evenings and weekends


Physical Requirements:

Candidates must be able to perform the key responsibilities of the position (with or without reasonable accommodation).

·         Bend, stoop/squat, and walk throughout the day

  • See, hear, and speak with sufficient capability to perform assigned tasks
  • Perform office tasks using simple hand grasp, fine hand manipulation, and reach associated with assigned tasks such as use of telephone or keyboard
  • Occasional lifting of up to 20 pounds from floor to waist height
  • Occasional lifting of up to 20 pounds from waist to shoulder height


Philabundance is an equal opportunity employer. Should you wish to submit your resume for consideration, please go to

Treating the Family in Addiction: The Forgotten Client


Early Childhood Services - Free Training


Delaware County Intermediate Unit
200 Yale Avenue
Morton, PA 19070
From Philadelphia:
  • I-95 South toward DELAWARE
  • Merge onto PA-420 North via exit number 9B toward PROSPECT PARK.
  • Turn LEFT onto South MORTON AVE.
From Delaware:
  • I-95 North toward Philadelphia
  • Merge onto PA-420 North via exit number 9B toward PROSPECT PARK.
  • Turn LEFT onto S MORTON AVE.
From the North:
  • I-476 South (Blue Route) to exit Number 3, Swarthmore/Springfield
  • Turn Left onto East Baltimore Pike
  • At the second traffic light turn Right onto Swarthmore Ave
  • Continue on Swarthmore Ave for several blocks to the intersection of Yale Ave.
  • Turn LEFT onto Yale Ave and travel about 4 blocks.
  • DCIU is located on the LEFT at 200 Yale Ave
  • Parking is in the rear of the building