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  • Urban Affairs Coalition

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  • Urban Affairs Coalition

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  • UAC Community Economic Development Director Angela Goode Discusses Her First Job Experience | Urban Affairs Coalition
    5 5 days a week on a fixed schedule during my sophomore junior and senior years of college Creating a balance between my two responsibilities wasn t challenging In fact my mother taught me a simple but valuable lesson in time management Do what you have to do before you do what you want to do My advice to youth who are preparing for their first job is to try to understand how they contribute to the company they are working for Acknowledge how you can be most helpful to the people you work with Focus primarily on your career goals and structure your personal goals thereafter Summer Youth Employment is your opportunity to try on the role of responsible adult and your best future self Dress for the part professionally showcase your talents and always give your best performance when you are on the stage that is the workplace Join UAC as we fight for our youth Advocate for summer youth employment in Philadelphia because SummerJobsMatter Click here to learn more about UAC s WorkReady Program and to complete an application for summer youth employment Tags Community Economic Development Job Center Youth Development Advocacy Education Youth Job Readiness Development

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/news/uac-community-economic-development-director-angela-goode-discusses-her-first-job-experience (2016-05-02)
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  • Youth Development | Urban Affairs Coalition
    and year round MLK365 Issues of focus include poverty homelessness at risk young people race relations public health safety digital inclusion veterans energy and the environment Services provided Community Volunteer Program Neighbors in Action Community Leadership Workshops Service Clubs service learning curriculum quarterly discussions on race class and power Mission365 Connecting Military and Civilian Service on the Home Front Tags Strengthening Nonprofits Youth Development Strategic Partnerships Neighborhood and Communities New Study Shows Summer Jobs Reduce Violence Date May 13 2015 Tags News Publications Job Center Youth Development After School Activities Advocacy Education Youth Family Services Job Readiness Development Placement Job Training Placement Leadership Development Life Skills Mentoring Networking Parent Education Training Service Initiatives Workforce Development Youth Youth Development Search PartnerTuesdays Find out why ARC chose UAC as a Fiscal Sponsor Date May 12 2015 Tags News Publications Strengthening Nonprofits Youth Development Advocacy Business Entrepreneurship Business Financial Assistance Case Management Cultural Programming Development Education Youth Family Services Life Skills Mentoring Neighborhood and Communities Other Parent Education Training Youth UAC Community Economic Development Director Angela Goode Discusses Her First Job Experience Date May 7 2015 Tags Community Economic Development Job Center Youth Development Advocacy Education Youth Job Readiness Development Placement Job Training Placement Leadership Development Life Skills Literacy Mentoring Other Service Initiatives Youth Youth Development Early Childhood Action Day Voice Your Concerns About Education Event Details Date May 12 2015 To Register Click here for more information about this event On Tuesday May 12 2015 we invite you fellow advocates educators parents and other supporters to voice your concerns about education in Harrisburg PA for Early Childhood Action Day On Tuesday May 12 2015 advocates educators parents and other supporters will gather in Harrisburg PA for Early Childhood Action Day Attendees will visit with state legislators to voice their concerns about childhood education The event s Kick Off ceremony will begin at 9 30am and allow attendees to meet with members of Governor Wolf s administration Speakers will also begin at 9 30am The rally will take place in the Capital buidling and will begin at 12 30pm Read more Tags Youth Development Advocacy Case Management Education Youth Financial Literacy Mentoring Neighborhood and Communities Networking Other Parent Education Training Service Initiatives Social Justice Youth Youth Development UAC Summer Youth Employment Program Manager Kate Rivera Speaks on the Importance of Summer Youth Employment Date April 29 2015 2 attachments Tags News Publications Strengthening Nonprofits Youth Development After School Activities Advocacy Cultural Programming Education Youth Job Readiness Development Placement Job Training Placement Leadership Development Life Skills Literacy Mentoring Other Publications Workforce Development Youth Youth Development 21st Century WorkStream Students Achieve 100 Percent Placement Date April 17 2015 Tags News Publications Job Center Strengthening Nonprofits Youth Development After School Activities Education Youth Job Readiness Development Placement Leadership Development Mentoring Other Publications Youth Youth Development Teenshop Inc 5th Annual Shoes for Life Event Details Date April 25 2015 To Register Click here to view event flyer UAC Program Partner Teenshop Inc hosts its 5th Annual Shoes

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/category/site-categories/youth-development (2016-05-02)
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  • Summer WorkReady: Student Information | Urban Affairs Coalition
    Program Models Work Experience Program Referral Code S125 Ages 14 18 and must reside in the City of Philadelphia No prior experience required Internship Program Referral Code P97 Ages 14 18 and must reside in the City of Philadelphia Some prior job experience resume and interviews may be required Enrollment process Complete an online application Use the referral codes S125 for Work Experience and P97 for Internships Visit https summerapp workreadyphila org to apply UAC Summer WorkReady staff will review your application After you have completed the online application starting in mid April you should come to UAC for an enrollment appointment For the enrollment appointment you will need to bring specific documents Please click here for more information about how to prepare for an appointment You should also receive an email with this information Please note that due to state legislation youth participating in the program may be required to complete a background check screening There will be no cost for the background check and youth will receive instructions to complete the process during enrollment After your enrollment is completed you will be invited for a program orientation Orientation is required to be eligible for the program but does not guarantee you will be accepted After your orientation UAC Summer WorkReady staff will work to match your interests and skills with an opening at a potential work site For the Internships program this process may include interviewing with the potential employer You will be notified via phone or email when UAC Summer WorkReady staff have been able to successfully match you in a summer job internship or if we were unable to make a match Positions may be assigned to applicants on a random basis and completion of the application or enrollment process does not guarantee program acceptance For

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/summer-workready-student-information (2016-05-02)
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  • Summer WorkReady: Employers | Urban Affairs Coalition
    c lick here or call 215 851 1800 FREE for nonprofits and small business There is no cost for nonprofit organizations public agencies and companies with less than 50 employees Just 1 700 for larger companies For companies with over 50 employees we ask the employer to make an investment in our city s youth by contributing 1 700 per intern Why should I hire an intern Provide a young person with early work experience and an introduction to your career field Gain extra help this summer to complete a special project or get caught up on paperwork Feel good about mentoring a young person and helping to put them on a path to success What projects might my intern do Help with a day care or summer camp Filing or data entry Help with social media or website Urban gardening or grounds keeping Market research legal research etc Office greening or eco friendly initiative Help with business inventory such as IT equipment Be a secret shopper and check on the customer experience at your organization Any other special project Contact us to brainstorm additional ideas What if I don t have time to manage youth interns Think about whether there is someone else in your organization who could supervise the interns For example it could be an office manager administrative assistant or HR manager Pair the youth interns with college interns to provide additional support and mentoring opportunities Have the interns rotate between departments so they can learn about the entire organization and work with different individuals Invite the interns to shadow you and others in the organization on some days so that they can learn more about what you do Back to Main Page Subscribe to our Newsletter About Us History UAC Impacts President s Corner President s

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/summer-workready-employers (2016-05-02)
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  • Contact Us | Urban Affairs Coalition
    Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Guam Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Northern Marianas Islands Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Virgin Islands Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Zip Your Email Address Your Phone Interests Economic Development Projects Fiscal Sposorship Intermediary Services Financial Literacy Homeownership Assistance Minority and Woman Owned Business Enterprise Research and Evaluation Tax Preparation Workforce Development Youth Employment What kind of service are you inquiring about Collaborative Services Comprehensive Services Consulting Services Economic Inclusion Consultation Fee for Service Fiscal Sponsorship Program Funding Start a nonprofit Other Your Questions Comments Subscribe to our Newsletter About Us History UAC Impacts President s Corner President s Bio Interviews Speeches Board of Directors Management Staff Financials FAQ Office Location Directions Friends of the Coalition Our Priorities Strengthening Nonprofits Building Wealth Economic Development Projects Services Current Past Clients Community Economic Development CED Committee Philadelphia HomeBuyNow Foreclosure Prevention Home Improvement Loans Financial Education Network FAN Clubs Financial Education Workshops Youth Development Youth

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/our-services/contact-us (2016-05-02)
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  • PHILADELPHIA HOME•BUY•NOW CELEBRATES 400TH HOME PURCHASED | Urban Affairs Coalition
    time program participant SPIN was recently recognized by the Philadelphia Inquirer as one of the top places to work in the region As a participating employer in the Philadelphia Home Buy Now PHBN program we are proud to serve our employees by providing financial assistance so that they can purchase a home in Philadelphia We have 22 employees who have purchased homes through this program since we first joined and we are excited that one of our employees is the 400 th homebuyer Mindy Lutts Corporate Officer Organizational Development Shareemah Cooper is lucky number 400 Ms Cooper a native Philadelphian and SPIN employee since 2006 is a first time homebuyer She received 2000 from the Home Buy Now Program and her employer matched those dollars giving her a combined grant of 4000 to purchase her first home When asked Ms Cooper said I would like to express my gratitude and appreciation to the Home Buy Now Program and my employer Special People in the Northeast for helping me become a homeowner Councilwoman Marian Tasco I am excited to welcome Ms Shareemah Cooper to the 9 th Council District as a homeowner Homeowners strengthen our community because they have invested their hard earned dollars They want to see their investment grow Alan Greenberg Commerce Director City of Philadelphia Investment in programs like Philadelphia Home Buy Now produce a triple return to our City employers get a more productive workforce homebuyers save on the cost of their commute and the City s investment is repaid immediately upon the sale of the property Sharmain Matlock Turner President and CEO of UAC The Urban Affairs Coalition has been working in the Philadelphia community for more than 45 years The Coalition developed the Philadelphia Mortgage Plan which ended discriminatory mortgage lending by partnering with the city and Philadelphia s banks We are proud that this partnership has continued under the CED Committee with the Philadelphia Home Buy Now Program A recent study commissioned by the Urban Affairs Coalition and conducted by the Wharton Social Impact Consulting Group affirmed that the program provides wide ranging benefits including Philadelphia Home Buy Now grant recipients save an average of 2 400 a year in commuter costs by living closer to their place of work 91 of the Philadelphia Home Buy Now grant recipients are still living in their homes demonstrating that the program contributes to stability and a sense of community for Philadelphia s neighborhoods Though this is not a program targeting low income families 45 of grant recipients earn less than 65 000 a year The Urban Affairs Coalition s CED Department has successfully managed the program since its inception CED is actively seeking funding to replenish the incentive fund which was recently exhausted We will however encourage the 23 employers who are currently participating in the program to continue to offer the program This event is open to all press For more information please contact Angela Goode at 215 851 1738 Press Conference PHILADELPHIA HOME BUY

    Original URL path: http://www.gpuac.org/news/philadelphia-home%E2%80%A2buy%E2%80%A2now-celebrates-400th-home-purchased (2016-05-02)
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