Call to Serve: Virtual Volunteer Fair!

Volunteers Jacob Shoemaker (designer of this exhibition) + Jeffrey Bates install the Constructing Play exhibition
Call to Serve: Virtual Volunteer Fair!
  • Talk
  • Workshop
  • Reception
  • AIA
  • The Collaborative
  • CHAD
Call to Serve: Virtual Volunteer Fair!
Date:
Thursday, April 30, 2020
Time:
5:30 - 6:15 PM
Location:
We will provide the passcode to all those that have registered the day of the event.
Cost:

FREE | Registration Requested

This program is organized and presented by AIA Philadelphia in partnership with the Community Design Collaborative and the Center for Architecture and Design


For the first time, AIA Philadelphia, the Community Design Collaborative, and the Center for Architecture and Design invite members of the public to attend our first (virtual) joint volunteer fair! All three organizations will be presenting updates on their programming and discussing opportunities for you to get involved in any of their 40+ annual and ongoing programs. 

The Center is currently seeking volunteers to help us continue deliver high-quality educational programs to students in Philadelphia by helping us produce video and live content. With everyone staying at home and children trying to learn remotely, help us by volunteering to instruct a class using our Architecture in Education curriculum or lead one of our hands-on STEAM workshops. We are looking for folks to be in front and behind the camera with ideas on how we can best translate our in-person programs into virtual ones.

SCHEDULE
5:30 - 5:45 PM | AIA Philadelphia Business Meeting
5:45 - 6:15 PM | Overview Of All Volunteer Opportunities
6:15 PM | Breakout sessions with committee co-chairs

* Sponsorship opportunities available! Email Jermaine Jenkins at [email protected] for more infomation about sponsorship.


AIA Philadelphia is a membership organization for professional architects and related industries focused on professional development, service to the profession, and advocating on behalf of architects at the local, state, and national level.
Contact: Juli Foley | [email protected] | (215) 569.3186 x101

The Community Design Collaborative offers pro-bono design services to local nonprofits, giving architects, designers, engineers, and community engagers the opportunity to serve their neighbors and improve our city’s neighborhoods.
Contact: Danielle Currica | [email protected] | (215) 587.9290 x115

The Center for Architecture and Design educates the public about architecture, urban planning, and design - and how they affect us on a daily basis - through educational programs, exhibitions, design competitions, festivals, and our public space which serves as a forum for these activities.
Contact: David Bender | [email protected] | (215) 569.3186 x107

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