Category: BLOG


Saturday December 16th: Informational Seminar in Lagos

Before you make plans to apply for that visa to bodo oyinbo, get your questions answered first!

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Spotlight: Reverend Itang Young

Engineer turned Reverend striving to unite communities and make a difference in global development

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United We Stand

Learn more about what the events in Kenya, Ouagadougou, Freetown and Charlottesville all have in common.

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Saturday May 6-PNP Spring Volunteer Event-Orchard planting at Bartram High

Connect.Grow.Give Back! Recap the Spring PNP Volunteer event!

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Spotlight: Recession..what recession?

Read about PNP CEO Chioma Azi’s recent visit to Nigeria and the thoughts of young Nigerians on the ongoing recession.

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Happy New Year from PNP!

Compliments of the Season! Happy New Year from PNP.

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Now Hiring: ASL Certified Direct Care Staff at Providence Corporation

Now Hiring: Providence Corporation

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Temporary Secretary Position

Job alert!

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Now Hiring: MEST Incubator

Help aspiring tech entrepreneurs in Ghana!

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Penn’s Linguistic Data Consortium seeking Yoruba Language Specialists

Calling all Yoruba speakers! Penn’s Linguistic Data Consortium is recruiting language specialists

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SPOTLIGHT: Hamid Bundu- Tech Entrepreneur

Meet Hamid Bundu-local Sierra Leonean taking the tech world by storm!

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Now Hiring: Able Mind & Body Home Care

Job openings available with Able Mind & Body Home Care Agency!

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Newest Member of the PNP Team: Ebele Nwaoduah

Welcome to the newest member of the PNP Team-Ebele Nwaoduah!

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PNP Carribean Cuisine Week Mixer

Supporting a good cause never tasted so good! Recap of the PNP Caribbean Cuisine Week Mixer

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SPOTLIGHT: VeryLoudYouth with Nkemdili Megwalu – @VeryLoudYouth

While youth empowerment is necessary everywhere in the world, Nigerian youth face acute challenges. Young people make up over half of Nigeria’s population, yet they are the most vulnerable. Our youth must believe in their own power to create change and that they can succeed in their own country. We can prepare our youth to unleash (in a positive way) the human capital of our great country – Nkemdili Megwalu

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Happy Holidays from PNP!

Thank you for making 2014 a blast! We can’t wait to see what 2015 has in store!

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Philly Green & White Rally to Bring Back Our Girls! Sat. May 17th

Saturday May 17th PNP held its Green & White Rally for Peace!

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Open Society Foundation Is Looking for a Program Officer – Public Health Program

Job description The Open Society Foundations work to build vibrant and tolerant societies whose governments are accountable and open to the participation of all people. We seek to strengthen the rule of law; respect for human rights, minorities, and a…

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#BringBackOurGirls: Case of the Missing 200

The #BringBackOurGirls protest happening on social media is hard to ignore. Nigerians both home and abroad are singing the same tune; over 200 of our daughters are missing and we want them back. No fanfare, no dramatic music or special…

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Culture Shock: Nigerians in America interviews Chioma Azi

Our very own Chioma Azi was recently featured on air by Culture Shock; Nigerian radio. Episode 151: Chioma Azi Unites Nigerian Professionals in Philly  The radio show is produced by Shock World Media; a multimedia production company that specializes in online news,…

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Yale Young Africa Scholars Program Deadline Approaching

Young African Scholars: Yale is calling!

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FEBRUARY SPOTLIGHT: MERRY HEARTS FOUNDATION

February is almost done, but we could not let this month go by without bringing you another spotlight feature. In January, we brought you Mawata Kamara and HEAL. This month, we bring you Bunmi Babajide and Merry Hearts Foundation (MHF);…

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A Night out with the Sixers!

It was another night of  excitement for PNP as we watched our Philadelphia 76ers basketball team take on the Dallas Mavericks at the Wells Fargo Center.  We cheered on the home team, enjoyed the sights and sounds of the court…

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Open Society Foundation is Hiring: Presidential Fellow – MBA applicants

Job description The Open Society Presidential Fellowship is awarded yearly to recent J.D., LL.M., M.P.A., M.P.P., andM.B.A. graduates from accredited U.S. law, public policy, and business schools. Based in New York City, Fellows pursue work related to human rights, good governance, and justice…

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PNP Spotlight: Mawata Kamara and HEAL.org

In our last spotlight feature, we introduced you to Ozii Obiyo and how his work with the OTG Playa team is shaping content access on the African continent. To start the New Year, we have an equally enterprising young lady…

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Happy Holidays from PNP!

Thanks for another wonderful year and may 2014 be the best year yet!

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Ozii Obiyo; Entrepreneur and Innovator

PNP is proud to spotlight Ozii Obiyo and his contribution to the realization of the OTG Playa. CNN recently featured African entrepreneurs and their innovations, of which  OTGPlaya  recieved honorable mention and recognition for being one of the emerging technologies…

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Chioma Azi Featured on Philadelphia Tribune

The Southwest  edition of  the Philadelphia Tribune features PNP’s Founder, Chioma Azi in its latest issue. In addition to running PNP, Chioma also serves as a staff Attorney at the African Cultural Alliance of North (ACANA) in Southwest Philadelphia, where she…

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PNP Fall Mixer

PNP Fall Mixer was a blast! Here’s what you missed.

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LabakCare Fundraiser

Thanks to everyone who came out and supported the Labakcare Fundraiser. We raised $2500!

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