Career Events

Spring Online Job and Internship Week

March 27 – 31, 2017
campusphilly.org/launch
Summer is the perfect time to enjoy everything Philadelphia has to offer! During Campus Philly’s Online Job and Internship Week, you’ll find hundreds of reasons to stay in the region. Throughout the week hundreds of employers will be logging on to find candidates like you to join and grow with their team. With tools provided by Campus Philly leading up to the event, you’ll be prepared to start planning your summer in Philadelphia.

1. Create your account in a few minutes on campusphilly.org/launch.
2. Complete your profile and show off your personality!
3. Log on beginning Monday, March 27 to start your search.
4. Return every day; new positions will be posted all week.

Geek’s Guide to Philadelphia

April 11, 2017, 5:30 PM
Seer Interactive, located in Northern Liberties
1033 N 2nd St, 2nd Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19123

Geek’s Guide was designed to help you find your starting point within Philly’s unique science and tech community. During this program, leaders in those fields will invite students to interact with professional communities during Philadelphia Science Festival and Philly Tech Weeks. Speakers will note why they are passionate about Philadelphia and let you know how you can get involved year round. At the end of the program, there will be a casual networking event where you can ask the speakers more questions and connect with hiring employers.

Host Sponsor: Seer Interactive

Geek’s Guide was created through the collaboration of:
Campus Philly | Philadelphia Science Festival | Philly Tech Week | Science Center

Register for Geek’s Guide (free)

You don’t have to wait for a Campus Philly event to launch your career. Start your future in Philly with these easy tips:

  1. Hundreds of local employers are on campusphilly.org/careers, waiting to meet someone like you. All you have to do to take advantage of the site is sign up! Don’t know where to start? Campus Philly publishes a weekly roundup of our favorite gigs.
  2. If you haven’t been already, go to your career service office (even alumni can do this). Your career coach at this office will become your cheerleader in the job search. They’ll give you tips and tricks and if a dream gig pops up, they’ll be the first to tell you about it. But this can’t happen if you don’t go in and meet them!
  3. Even if you’re not actively searching for a gig, you should be working towards making yourself more competitive. Use this time to polish your resume, volunteer at an organization of your interest or take an online class that will supplement what you’re learning in school!