On April 7th, 2022, Senators Muth, Cappelletti, Schwank, Collett, Hughes, and Santarsiero will host a hearing on the movement against sexual assault on college campus and the Governor's It's On Us package of bills designed to address this issue.
The It’s On Us campaign is a national initiative started by the Obama Administration to raise awareness about sexual assault; teaching participants that assault includes non-consensual sex, advising them on how to identify dangerous situations, empowering them to intervene, and urging them to create an environment of support for victims and survivors.
On April 28th, Senators Collett, Cappelletti, Schwank, and Comitta will hold a hearing to discuss the challenges facing student and staff at institutions of higher education surrounding childcare. Lack of affordable and accessible childcare has impacted every industry and become dire during the pandemic. Colleges are in a unique position to help bolster the childcare […]
Join Senator Amanda Cappelletti, Representative Jennifer O’Mara, and Delaware County DA Jack Stollsteimer’s office for a FREE shred and E-recycling event on May 21 from 9AM-12PM (or until the trucks fill up) at the Radnor Financial Center.
On June 3rd, Senators Kearney, Muth, Cappelletti, and Collett will hold a hearing on student voices in education. Legislators, stakeholders, advocates, and parents dominate the vast majority of Pennsylvania’s public debate on hot button issues around education, including equity in schools, school climate, and student mental health. Rarely do the students who are the subjects of these debates get to weigh in on the issues themselves. This hearing will be an opportunity for students from 8 diverse school districts in Montgomery County who have been engaged in dialogue and data-driven research on these critical issues to present their research and experiences to policy makers. Specifically, students will present findings from research projects they conducted using the Psychological Sense of School Membership survey within their schools, that speak to questions of belonging within schools and equity between different student groups. The hearing will give policy makers a deeper understanding of school environments that affect youth mental health, school climate and safety, and inequality – all of which have been identified as top education concerns for policy development by members of the Education Committee and the caucus at large.
This hearing will be held at Norristown Area High School | 1900 Eagle Dr, Norristown, PA 19401 with a ZOOM option for those who wish to participate virtually.
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Register Join Senator Amanda M. Cappelletti for a Kids Fair for State Senate District 17 residents at Elmwood Park Zoo on August 3, 2022! Register below. If you are interested in sponsoring the event, please contact Alex Fisher at email@example.com or 484-861-4879. Thank you to our sponsors Kids' Fair 2021
On August 24th, Senators Cappelletti, Kane, Muth, Street and Williams will hold a hearing focusing on the secondary impacts of gun violence. This hearing will explore the ways in which the consequences of gun violence cost our Commonwealth. We will look at the toll gun violence takes on the mental health of our medical professionals, […]
On October 27, Senators Haywood, Muth and Cappelletti will hold a policy hearing to learn about overnight stays of children in the Philly Department of Human Services’ offices. We also hope to learn more about the cause of these challenges and whether this is related to facility closures, limited access to hospital beds, or minor consent regarding placement. During this hearing the goal will be DHS accountability and system reform including legislation.
The hearing will be held virtually.
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On October 28, Senators Schwank, Muth, and Cappelletti will hold a hearing to continue to look at the deceptive practices of some crisis pregnancy centers. The focus will be on centers that specifically receive state funding through the Alternative to Abortion Services Program in the fiscal code. The current grantee, Real Alternatives, will have the […]
My team and I are once again hosting a free paper shredding event this Saturday, November 1 from 9 am - noon or until the trucks fill up.
If you are looking for a way to securely get rid of documents that contain personal information like your social security, credit card, and bank account numbers, you don’t want to miss this opportunity.