The Netter Center is currently operating remotely.  Please contact nettercenter@upenn.edu for general inquiries.

View the latest "Letter from Netter": Information & Virtual Enrichment Activities for University-Assisted Community Schools families.

Penn Students: Get Involved

Check out the Introduction to Netter Center video

View current Academically Based Community Service (ABCS) courses.

Remote Work-Study, Internship, and Volunteer Opportunities for Spring 2021 - click here or below!

Sign up now for the student newsletter to get regular updates on programming, events, and other opportunities. View a recent newsletter here.

Interested in learning more about a specific Netter Center program? Drop in to an information session, meet the staff and student leaders, and ask questions! Browse upcoming info sessions HERE.


The Netter Center provides student involvement opportunities that cover a wide variety of interests. Find your passion and make a difference!

Work-Study, Non Work-Study and Volunteer Opportunities

Check out the many opportunities for remote volunteer and work-study positions this semester

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Learn more about the Penn Program for Public Service (PPPS) Summer Internship, an 11-week multi-faceted summer program that immerses approximately undergraduates in real-world problem solving in the West Philadelphia-Penn community.

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Learn about the Shah Engaged Research Summer Internship and how to apply. The internship offers a $4,500 stipend for research projects that contribute to civic and community engagement.

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Learn more about the Shah Family Prize for Innovative Undergraduate Student Projects at the Netter Center. It encourages innovation, creative social entrepreneurship, and commitment to developing and sustaining projects that make a positive impact on campus and in the local community. Two annual prizes of $5,000 each.

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Learn more about the new Graduate Student Workshop led by the Provost's Graduate Academic Engagement Fellows at the Netter Center. Each workshop is designed for graduate students to discuss their community-focused research projects and benefit from each other's ideas and expertise. 

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