How Can University of Pennsylvania’s Public Safety and University of Penn’s Community Create Partnerships?


How Can University of Pennsylvania’s Public Safety and University of Penn’s Community Create Partnerships?


February 2, 2023

5:30 – 6:00PM Reception / 6:00 - 7:30PM Program

Penn Hillel, 2nd Floor, 215 S. 39th Street



Penn Reproductive Justice Working Group

Penn Reproductive Justice Working Group is a movement of Penn students fighting for reproductive justice. We are a community-focused, sustainability-centered and collaborative group of individuals who uplifts community work in repro justice as well as spearhead change and action within this pivotal movement. Our main goals are to (1) increase contraceptive and abortion access, (2) develop comprehensive sex and menstrual health education teach-in's, and (3) organize legislative advocacy actions within menstrual and reproductive justice spaces.


Join Us! Applications are due Sun 1/29 at 11:59 PM!

Cultivating Calm

Students can register here: Register for Cultivating Calm

Students can learn more about groups and workshops: Group Therapy Offerings.

Academics Plus for international students

Finally, for both undergraduate and graduate/professional international students, our Academics Plus offers dynamic workshops in partnership with Student Counseling, Penn Libraries, and International Student and Scholar Services that address language, culture, and resources for students from linguistically diverse backgrounds. Learn more and register through our Workshops and Programs page.

Fresh Start for undergrads

For undergraduates looking to make strategic adjustments to their study habits and build upon fall semester successes, the Fresh Start workshop series offers the opportunity to put your spring semester on a productive track. Learn more and register for these in-person workshops on our Workshops and Programs page.

2023 Penn Science Olympiad Volunteers

The student organization Science Olympiad at the University of Pennsylvania (SOUP) is happy to announce that we will be hosting our invitational tournament on Saturday, February 18. It’s our largest national tournament to date, with 1000+ high school students competing in various science events for the entire day. It is also our first in-person tournament since 2020. We will need student volunteers and would really appreciate it if you could volunteer a couple hours to help run the tournament. 


All are welcome to help. And as always, free garb, lunch, and community service credit will be available to volunteers.


The current plan is to host our tournament in-person, so volunteers and event supervisors will be working together in person on the day of the tournament. The volunteer sign-up form can be found here and will close on 2/9.


Questions? Contact volunteer director Shobhit Prasad:

1vyG Seeking Hosts

1vyG 2023 will be hosted at Penn (Feb 24-26). 1vyG is the largest national conference for first generation, low income students in the world.


We are seeking students to host attending students during that weekend. All volunteers will receive a free blanket to keep in return for hosting a student.


The deadline to fill out the form is February 7, 2023