PFPI will post employment opportunities as they become available.Â Please feel free to share any employment related announcements with Ernestine Vann at email@example.com.
Search these sites for other Employment Opportunities:
For Career and Employment Info please see Career One Stop
-Please see the following organizations for helpful resources:
People for People Inc.
Check out PFP Inc., Greater Exodus Baptist Church, its partners and other helpful social service resources
Urban League of Philadelphia
Check out the Urban League of Philadelphia for helpful resources and connections â€“ especially the Career center for job postings
Community Legal Services â€“ provides free tax preparation services!
- Do not use contractions: Do not use contractions in formal writing â€“ do not rather than donâ€™t; cannot rather than canâ€™t. Only use contractions if you are quoting a source that uses a contraction.
- Do not use 2nd person pronoun: In academic writing one never uses the 2nd person personal pronoun (you, yours), unless it is used in a quotation. This also includes using the imperative voice (giving a command). When writing reflectively or expressing a personal view/opinion, one should use the 1st person (I, me, we, us). When speaking generally, one should use the 3rd person pronoun (he, she, it, they, them)
- Do not begin sentences with conjunctions: Conjunctions are designed to connect words and phrases, not start sentences (e.g., or, but, and).
- Avoid etc: When describing a series of items, avoid using â€śetc.â€ť at the end of the series. Usually it is unnecessary. If you feel there are more unnamed items that should be listed use the phrase â€śand so onâ€ť instead. Use etc. only in parentheses.
- Numbers: Numbers under ten should be written out (e.g., one, two, ...). Numbers ten and over can be written numerically (1, 2, ...) except when they begin a sentence.
- Abbreviations: All abbreviations (except units of measurement) and acronyms should be defined.
For additional guidelines on college writing consult the Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL). This site provides worksheets on general writing and grammatical issues, as well as guidelines for organizing research papers and citing sources properly.
-If you are an ECE professional looking for a job check out ECEHire for employment updates and other services
Teaching Jobs â€“ National School Applications Network
â€śPennsylvania School Applications Network is Pennsylvania's premier national online recruitment and application service for educators.â€ť - PA REAP
If you are a PFPI student and will be entering Easternâ€™s Bachelors Program in ECE, that Department advises that you take the Praxis I Exam BEFORE ENTERING a Bachelorâ€™s Program.Â Please see theÂ Praxis Website for Info on the exam.Â http://www.ets.org/praxisÂ
Keystone STARS resources
For Early Childhood Career and Professional Info please see the PA Keys Homepage
For regional info see the South East Regional Key
Please see the following Scholarship postings.Â PFPI will post Scholarship information as it becomes available. Please pay close attention to applicable deadlines and requirements.
Check out this link for scholarships in Pennsylvania
Scholarships for Minorities and Black Women
If you need internet access AT HOME, please check out the following info:
The following links are provided as resources for self-guidance in Microsoft applications.
Check out the GCF LearnFree.org Free video Tutorials â€“ These are really helpful, simple, and FREE!
GCF LearnFree.org offers Tutorials for different versions of the same programs on the same site with just a few easy clicks.
GCF LearnFree.org offers guidance on other Microsoft applications as well... have fun clicking around and learning!
GCF Learn Free.Org MS Word Tutorial videos
GCF Learn Free.org Power Point Presentation Tutorial videos
GCF Learn Free.Org Excel Tutorial videos
Laptop and Technical Support
Click on the link for Laptop and Technical Support. "Official" laptop support is available only for students who purchased a laptop through Eastern University for programs that offer this service. However, the above link also provides some technical tips that may be useful to all computer users.
Are you familiar with Eastern University Student Services? It is worth taking a few moments to learn about what this departmentâ€”and its comprehensive website-- can do for you.
Per its name, the Student Services department exists to serve you by answering any questions, responding to concerns, and providing information.
In this site you will find help that is available to you any time relating to many areas, including: Online Registration, Online Orientation, Catalog, Student Guideline, Student Handbook, EU Email, Username and Password, EU ID Card, EU Parking Permit, Laptop Support, Textbooks, Grades, Smarthinking Onlikne Tutoring, Requesting Transcripts, Adding / Dropping Courses, CLEP Exams, Graduation Information, Change of Address / Phone
Most Forms you will need are accessible through the Registrarâ€™s page on the EU website
The Student Accounts office is your friend for assisting you with tuition payments and other billing questions you may have. Their useful website, accessed via the above link, can help you with:
- Understanding your account
- Setting up online billing
- Answering frequently asked question
- Providing information on fees
- Connecting you with someone who can help you with your own account
- Explaining financial responsibility agreements
- Providing appropriate forms
For comprehensive information relating to financial aid, loans, and other assistance, please click on the Student Aid Office website link above. (Be sure to check both the middle and right hand areas of the site for useful links.) Here you will find all you need to know about:
- Financial aid opportunities
- Financial aid policies and procedures
- Appropriate forms
- Agency links
- Student employment programs
- Federal programs
- Financial aid checklist and timetable