Learn more about this year’s project competition for State of Young Philly at the Black Sheep at 247 South 17th Street from 6pm-8pm!Location : The Black Sheep
Come kick-off State of Young Philly at a high-energy event that features the work of 25 innovative non-profit, governmental and advocacy groups in Philadelphia.Location : The Kimmel Center Plaza
Interested in learning more about the work of innovative education organizations in the City? Have your own ideas for how we can improve the Philadelphia school system? Be sure you’re part of the conversation at YIP’s education un(conference).Location : The Kimmel Center's Innovation Studio
Each participating organization – Generocity, Philly4Philly, and the Spruce Foundation – will present their model of engagement in a short panel discussion, immediately followed by an opportunity for attendees to directly engage the leaders of each.Location : The Kimmel Center's Innovation Studio
Participants will learn about the practice of sustainability in Philadelphia, from the large scale down to the small.Location : The Kimmel Center's Innovation Studio
The Public School Notebook and Great Philly Schools will host an informational event discussing the ways parents and community members can gain better access to information about their local schools. Participants will be provided an opportunity to discuss the types of information they’d like to see more readily available and learn about ways to get [...]Location : The Kimmel Center's Innovation Studio
This event will feature the work of innovative organizations working on economic issues in the City. Each partner will give a 5 minute lightning talk sharing their thoughts on the local economy and what the work of their organization.Location : The Kimmel Center's Innovation Studio
This tour will highlight various sustainable and environmental sites in Fishtown and Kensington, with a short presentation at each location to describe the unique components and practices. Meeting point: 2000 block of Frankford Ave. (near Norris St.), pocket park across from Rocket Cat cafe (Rain Date: Sunday, October 7th)Location : 2000 block of Frankford Ave. (near Norris St.), pocket park across from Rocket Cat cafe (Rain Date: Sunday, October 7th)
PhilaSoup is a microgrant dinner that unites innovative and dynamic Philadelphia educators. During dinner, teachers will pitch an idea and the diners will vote for their favorite. The winning idea walks out of the money earned that night to help execute their idea to benefit the classroom. For more information, visit http://philasoup.com/Location : The Kimmel Center's Innovation Studio
Future of the Economy will be a panel discussion about the future of Philadelphia’s economy focusing on entrepreneurship, talent attraction and retention, and job growth and retention. The panel discussion will be followed by a break out session during which people will provide their thoughts and ideas on provocative questions.Location : The Kimmel Center's Innovation Studio
SEED 2.0 (Supporting Entrepreneurship in Education) by PhillyCORE Leaders and Council Bill Green’s Office is a crowdfunded and –sourced opportunity for education entrepreneurs (nonprofit or for-profit) to compete for prizes (cash and in-kind) and, even more importantly, present their ideas before an engaged audience of potential funders, users, collaborators, and community members. To purchase tickets, visit http://seedtwopointoh.eventbrite.com/Location : City Hall Council Chambers
From canning food to making your own clothes, there has been a revival of Do-It-Yourself in Philadelphia. The DIY event aims to increase sustainability on the individual level and will feature several stations where participants can learn to make or do something using easy-to-find or reusable resources and their own labor and expertise.Location : The Kimmel Center's Innovation Studio
The Final Showcase & Celebration provides an opportunity to network with hundreds of other young professionals and over forty partnering organizations. This year’s Final Showcase will be hosted by comedian Doogie Horner, www.doogiehorner.com, and will include presentations from the YIP Challenge winners, food, drinks, DJ performance from AfroDJiak and good times!Location : Dorrance Hamilton Hall - The University of the Arts
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