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Community Partners

Negotiations for the development of a host site for students in an agency may be initiated by either the agency host site or the School of Social Policy & Practice (SP2).

Collaborative initiatives between all three master’s degree programs at SP2 work to identify and engage host community partner sites with the capacity to offer learning opportunities for all three kinds of students, when possible, for an academic year, as well as conduct community engaged research.  These sites may also become specialized HUBs for professional education training offered to students and agency staff, working across disciplines with students, sharing resources, fostering collaboration among sites doing similar work, and identifying challenges and advocacy needs of community partners. HUBs will also be sites for community engaged research conducted in a collaborative model with the community partners, faculty, and students to address partner needs.

Wellness Information

Events

07/28

Kindred Creation featuring Aida Mariam Davis

Join the Center for Social Impact Strategy (CSIS) virtually on July 29 from 3 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. for our next virtual speaker series featuring Aida Mariam Davis (Aida D.), […]

Events

08/01

MSW Advanced Standing Practicum Breakfast

We are looking forward to discussing the advanced clinical and advanced macro practice classes!

News

Meredith Doherty speaks and points with one hand, sitting at a classroom table

Study by SP2 examines potential of direct cash for cancer patients from low-income households

The three-year randomized controlled trial by SP2 is examining the potential of direct cash assistance for patients from low-income households receiving care in Philadelphia, along with their families. The study is supported by funding from actor Bradley Cooper’s One Family Foundation and a grant awarded through the Independence Blue Cross Foundation Institute for Health Equity.


Contact Us

MSSP Program

Charlotte Rohrer, Program Coordinator

crohrer7@upenn.edu

MSW Program

J. Grant, Community-Engaged Professional Education Director

grantj1@upenn.edu

NPL Program

Sue Perls, Associate Director

sueperls@upenn.edu