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Penn Asian Senior Services (PASSi)

Penn Asian Senior Services (PASSi) is a nonprofit organization that serves low-income seniors from across the Greater Philadelphia Region. One of PASSi's cornerstone programs is its Evergreen Center, the region's first senior community center designed to address the interests and needs of Asian American seniors. Although the majority of Evergreen Center's members are Asian American seniors, the center serves seniors from all demographic backgrounds. Located in the Oak Lane section of Philadelphia, Evergreen Center was open for one year prior to the pandemic and re-opened in June 2021. Since re-opening Evergreen Center has enrolled more than 200 seniors.

PASSi is currently seeking an instructor or instructors to teach Thai Chi. We are seeking an instructor to help our seniors remain active, and improve their health through participation in Thai Chi. Strong preference will be given to individuals bilingual in Korean and English, and with previous teaching experience with seniors.

PASSi would also be open to an in-kind arrangement for instructors seeking a space for their class.

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About Penn Asian Senior Services (PASSi)


6926 Old York Road, Philadelphia, PA 19126, US

Mission Statement

Our mission is to promote the well being of Asian American seniors and other adults who are disadvantaged by their language and cultural barriers.


PASSi currently provides community based culturally sensitive and linguistically appropriate adult day care in our Penn Asian Jubilee Center as well as in-home health care services to low-income elderly and disabled adult Asian Americans who reside in the greater Philadelphia metro area. In each case, our clients are ailing, disabled and disadvantaged by cultural and language barriers. Through these services, vulnerable members of Asian American communities have the opportunity to maintain healthy, dignified, independent lives and prevent premature admissions to nursing home care. For their families, this service provides peace of mind and respite from the need to fulfill filial obligations to care for elderly parents and disabled adults at all costs.

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6926 Old York RoadPhiladelphia, PA 19126



  • Teaching / Instruction
  • Fitness Instruction
  • Martial Arts




  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 18
  • Orientation or Training
  • We are seeking instructors to teach one hour per week

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