Organizations that Partner with PSTV

PSTV values itself with having community partnerships to provide opportunities to students throughout Philadelphia.

If you are interested in becoming a partner you can learn more here about our values and what we look for in a partnership. If you feel your organization fits the partnership guidelines please submit a request to partner here.

Current Partnerships Include:

CTE courses offer our students the ability to get practical and professional skills which incorporates challenging academic content standards leading to an industry-recognized credential or certificate. There is a Communications Cluster that encompasses Digital Media, Technology and Music.

This Penn graduate course takes  graduate students and places them into Philly high schoolers for the year to create media of their experiences, which includes a research (study) component around this initiative. – Sponsored by the CIO and the Districts Deputy of Research is directly involved with this and other Penn GSE initiatives.

The Rendell Center  promotes civic education and engagement. To do this, The Rendell Center offers opportunities for educators, students, and the broader community to develop the knowledge, practices, and dispositions of engaged citizenship.

The Office of Information Technology & Data Management seeks to provide best-in-class IT products and services to the District while enabling customers with the most efficient and appropriate technologies available in order to create an infrastructure that supports 21st century learning environments.

A grant funded program managed by WHYY staff in our high schools & middle schools. Media labs are done during school hours but expand to after school depending on the school. Currently serving 34 schools. Sponsored by the PSD CIO and their staff.

The Urban Technology Project (UTP) is a collaborative initiative between SDP and Communities In Schools that empowers youth and their communities through meaningful technological experiences that link youth leadership development, education, and community building.

As teachers providing instruction during a remote setting, we know that strengthening instruction, using digital tools, is more critical than ever. We are committed to supporting you and your staff to build the skills to be successful in this virtual setting.

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PhillyCAM is the non-profit designated by the City of Philadelphia to operate its public access television network. Cablecasting on Comcast 66/966HD/967 and Verizon 29/30.

We believe in Art. We believe students thrive on creativity and color, movement and music. In a District as diverse as ours, it is our goal to provide our students with access to and an appreciation for high quality, culturally relevant and responsive arts instruction that promotes creativity, design thinking, and cultural awareness.

Inspire middle school girls to explore the possibilities of technology to empower their future careers. Our vision is to create a world where girls have a lifelong passion and confidence in their use of technology throughout their careers.