Photographer for PGWI Launch Event

Global Water Alliance Celebrates World Toilet Day

Mosholu, 401 South Columbus Boulevard

Philadelphia, PA 19106

WednesdayNovember 19th     6 P.M. – 9 P.M.

This year, the United Nations General Assembly designated November 19th as World Toilet Day, urging changes in both behavior and policy on issues ranging from enhancing water management to ending open-air defecation. This is a day to raise awareness of the world’s sanitation and water crisis and to help us all to remember that several thousand children die each day from water and sanitation problems worldwide.

Please join Global Water Alliance and our partners as we celebrate World Toilet Day onboard  the world’s oldest  four masted ship, the Moshulu, located on Penn’s Landing on the Delaware River in historic Philadelphia.  They are looking for a photographer to help cover this event.

Enjoy  live chamber jazz, cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and dinner as we celebrate World Toilet Day and raise awareness for global sanitation.

*formerly Philadelphia Global Water Initiative (“PGWI”). Global Water Alliance, and PGWI are a 501(c)(3) organization.  Our mission is to increase global access to safe drinking water, sanitation and hygiene services, by engaging the resources and expertise of the Philadelphia region and beyond.

If interested in being the photographer for this event or for more information, please contact Alexander Nawrot at alexnawrot@gmail.com or at 848-248-7537.

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Advanced DSLR Workshop: Night Photography

Interested in improving your nighttime photography skills?
Come out to Penn Lens’ first workshop of the year led by our featured member Zac Endter!

Homemade baked goods will be served ☺

BYODSLR if you have one!

Date: October 15, 2014
Time: 7:30 – 8:30PM
Location: JMHH F70

Calling for volunteers for RFK Young Leaders!

RFK Young Leaders is a group that works in community educational outreach by sending volunteer Penn students to Philadelphia schools to teach basic curricula in business, medicine, engineering, and legal activism. They need a website, and somebody to design initial logos for each of the four divisions and an overall logo. They want the logos to only be slightly different depending on the division (business, engineering, medicine, legal) to indicate that they all operate under the same group.

Contact Andrew at changan@sas.upenn.edu if interested!