Presenting Sponsor: Vanguard
October 3, 2017; Doors open at 5 PM
International House Philadelphia
Food is on us, snacks and drinks provided by Wawa!
The best network-building opportunity for students to launch their career or find an internship in Philadelphia. BYOQuestions and meet young professionals eager to share their candid experiences starting their career locally. The evening includes a reception with local employers who are hiring, plus food and music.
These conversation leaders will answer any questions you may have about launching a career:
Camila Godoy Blake, Frank Recruitment Group
Jerilyn Dressler, Your Part-Time Controller, LLC
Julianna Lee, SAP
Laiza Santos, Mural Arts Philadelphia
Holli Stephens, KYW 1060
Lindsay Tsai, Philly Startup Leaders
Brendan Walsh, Mole St
Get the 411 on the organizations that will be recruiting at SPARK:
Frank Recruitment Group
Independence Blue Cross
New Penn Financial
NHS Human Services
October 24, 2017; Doors open at 5 PM
Philly’s creative economy is booming- find out how to be a part of it at Create-adelphia. Panelists will share how they launched their careers and how Philly shapes what they do. The evening will end with a casual recruiter reception (with a free Saxbys coffee bar and lots of snacks) where you can meet organizations who are looking to hire students in creative fields.
Our panelists come from an array of creative industries:
Pete Angevine, Founder, Little Baby’s Ice Cream
Sofiya Ballin, Writer, Philadelphia Inquirer
Emily Carris, Co-owner, The Art Dept
Sydney Hernandez, Lead dyer, Anthropologie
Presenting Sponsor: Comcast
October 23- 27
An internship can provide you with more than just experience. You can meet new friends, connect with a mentor and gain a portfolio for your future venture. Online Job and Internship Week is your time to launch your future and find a new gig. All you have to do is create an account at campusphilly.org/launch and start searching. Launch site members will receive exclusive tips leading up to the week to learn how to snag that dream gig.
November 14, Doors open at 5 PM
The Student Leader Meetup introduces college students to mission-driven professionals who are inspiring positive change in the region. Students will learn from regional activists, civic leaders, artists, and others about how they began, what challenges they face, and what they hope their impact will be in the future. This meetup is all about empowering students to discover how to apply their skills towards mission-driven work and take their passion for civic engagement beyond their campus and into the community.
You don’t have to wait for a Campus Philly event to launch your career. Start your future in Philly with these easy tips:
- Hundreds of local employers are on campusphilly.org/launch, 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.
- 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!
- 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!