student organizations

Harness your passions, connect with peers, and build your community.

Student organizations at the School of Social Policy & Practice provide a world of opportunity for students to expand and enhance their SP2 experience through advocacy, service, and practice. They are also a hub for social and educational activities that span the entire Penn community.

SP2 Student Government

The student governance organization responsible for funding many SP2 organizations and events.

AsW COLLECTIVE

Provides a space for SP2’s Asian American-, Native Hawaiian-, and Pacific Islander-identifying students to find community and pursue professional development opportunities.

Association of Black Social Workers

Committed to empowering people of African ancestry and enhancing their quality of life through advocacy, service delivery, and research.

QSP2

Represents gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, questioning (LGBTQ) Social Work students and their allies.

Trans Student Union

Creating space for support, advocacy, and affirmation of trans, GNC, non-binary, and gender questioning students’ experiences within SP2.

United Community Clinic

The United Community Clinic (UCC) is a free treatment and assessment clinic for the East Parkside Community of West Philadelphia.

VOCAL

Visioning Our Collective Alternative Liberation SP2 seeks to facilitate students’ exploration of various criminal justice issues.

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SP2 Climate Statement

SP2: Commitment to Climate Justice At the School of Social Policy & Practice (SP2) we understand the climate crisis to be a significant social justice issue, brought on by structural […]

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New data dashboard finds guaranteed income pilots help Americans afford basic necessities

In a major step forward for the guaranteed income movement, new data have been released from 20 guaranteed income pilot programs across the United States. Many are located in member […]

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Equity-focused learning community receives new joint funding

Two new grants from the Walton Family Foundation and the Ford Foundation will support the Equity in Practice Learning Community (EiPLC) initiative of Actionable Intelligence for Social Policy (AISP), an […]