Quality childcare is a major concern. Too many want to pretend like they care about our families development and focus on catching up on what was lost. Truth is the many that are lost today was always lost and that is why we are suffering. Our families need supports and onsite quality family care at their work place. Is there research on companies with high turnover before the pandemic and if those companies continue to have high turnover to date. would love to examine company culture and what diversity means to them. So many on so many levels are transforming away from slave labor, like $1o/hr, $13/hr to $15/hr is getting left in the dust with covid inflation. Transformation is in the air thanks to smartphones and social media!! Hope i can add some of this research soon.
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there’s a community mapping training late june by common cause pa please consider the training to help us connect more of our communities to gerrymandering
Philly STEM Education for Sustainability: Year-Long Paid Fellowship for Phila. H. S. Teachers – Jun 9 Posted by Philly STEM Education for Sustainability on May 25, 2021 Are you interested in making STEM learning directly relevant to your students’ lived realities? Excited by the possibilities of creating place-based, community-engaged projects? Want to collaborate with students, teachers, staff, and community organizations to address issues of sustainability, social, environmental, and climate justice?
We are inviting applications from Philadelphia high school teachers to participate in a year-long paid fellowship aimed at expanding student engagement in Green STEM Education for Sustainability and building awareness of Green STEM career paths.
Review the Project One-Pager https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mJlRSyKts_0iK8V_1rzYk3HszHeknOzP/edit Connect with others at your school who are passionate about using STEM to address social problems
Complete the Application Form by the June 9th deadline https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeEldpWz4M4q5zu6wjv6bNXeg4geOjeS4i4EGaXJ3t3smN0pQ/viewform Send your resume/CV to EFSPhilly@gmail.com
Native plants are really important… https://www.audubon.org/content/why-native-plants-matter
But it is a bit overwhelming to select plants (e.g. wildflowers and grasses). This google sheet + tableau solution is designed to assist as a entry point to further research.
I'm seeking user experience feedback from the Code for Philly community. Also - If anyone wants to help with the database, please join the project.
Zenzi Ali, a front end developer, was selected as a Frond End Fellow for the 2020 Fellowship Program
We are nearing completion of a working prototype. Our next steps are to:
- clarify key relationships between data sources and update our models to match,
- refine the Figma interface and mapping tools,
- engage potential users and stakeholders for further feedback, and
- revise both backend and frontend accordingly.
The malvernrecycling.com site is live. I found cheap hosting via hostinger and hand coded basic HTML and CSS. I promoted this tool via a Malvern focused Facebook group and it was well received. The goal is for this resource to be continually updated and used as a quarterly input to the PA Dept of Environment Protection database within recyclesearch.com (https://recyclesearch.com/profile/padep-facility-directory).
Ioannis Sporidis-Foster, a 2020 Code for Philly Fellow, describes his experience with the Fellowship.
Sara Gormley, one of the 2020 Code for Philly fellows, writes a simple guide on why and how you need user documentation.
Robert Richey III, 2020 Code for Philly Fellow, writes about his experience learning DevOps.