Campus Philly Stakeholder Newsletter

February 2016

Dear Campus Philly Stakeholder

So many of the students we meet each day are leaders in their fields: academic all-stars, students who have career-building internships every semester, and those who lead student life on campus.

 

The question we ask them is: how can you lead in Philly? What can you add to our civic, cultural, business communities that will take Philadelphia to a new level? And, how can our leaders help you develop further and think about your future with the benefit of their experience?

 

The Inclusive Leadership Conference that Campus Philly produces with Temple University engages students in these questions through a powerful all-day conference for students at more than 40 regional colleges and universities. As you read below about the growth of Campus Philly’s staff and board, you’ll also be introduced to a group of leaders – all educated in this region – who exemplify the qualities, commitment, and talent that we help our students to cultivate as well.

Thanks as always for your continued support of Campus Philly,

Sincerely,

Deborah Diamond

Deborah Diamond, Ph.D.
President
Campus Philly

Inclusive Leadership Conference 2016

Inclusive Leadership ConferenceOn February 13th students from regional colleges and universities convened at the Inclusive Leadership Conference (ILC), an annual event co-produced by Campus Philly and Temple University. This year’s theme, “From Student Leader to Civic Leader,” focused on how students can leverage their on-campus leadership skills to take on civic leadership opportunities in Philadelphia communities.

Students attended 28 workshops covering topics such as creating positive change through engagement, how to inspire others while young, and the four agreements that you make to yourself and the world. Several Campus Philly corporate members led workshops: Allen & Gerritsen, Bancroft, Frontline Technologies, Philadelphia Convention and Visitor’s Bureau, Publicis Healthcare, and Vanguard.

Overall student attendance at ILC has grown from 380 in 2014, to more than 400 in 2015, to nearly 500 students in 2016.

Campus Philly shapes the future of Philadelphia’s leadership through events like the Inclusive Leadership Conference and our Student Leaders Network, student connectors from different regional campuses who take full advantage of being a college student in Philadelphia. To learn more about Inclusive Leadership Conference 2017 or Campus Philly’s Student Leaders Network, contact Cory Dulaney at cory@campusphilly.org

The Search for Your Summer Talent Starts Here

Campus Philly CareersNeed to find that new rock star for your team? Campus Philly’s Online Job and Internship Fair, sponsored by Publicis Healthcare, is your direct pipeline to students eager to work in Greater Philadelphia. From Monday, March 21 through Friday, March 25, students and recent graduates from more than 35 regional colleges and universities will visit campusphilly.org/careers to find new opportunities to launch their ideal careers.

Attracting your organization’s next young leader is free and easy:

  • Create a profile for your organization on campusphilly.org/careers by Tuesday, March 15.
  • Post the internship opportunities you’re offering this summer. (Are they paid? They get an extra, searchable badge for that!)
  • Watch the applications come in and follow-up with promising students eager to work for you.

Please connect with Reggie Hall Jr. at reggie@campusphilly.org if you have any questions or need assistance creating your organization's profile.

Campus Philly’s career site operates year-round, but the Online Job and Internship Fair sees hundreds more students on the site than a typical week, so it’s a great time for summer internship recruiting.

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Students can be extra prepared for the Online Job and Internship Fair by attending "Speed Network for Internship Success," Publicis Healthcare’s speed networking event on Tuesday, February 23rd.

At this student-only event intern seekers will network with recruiters, intern managers, and graduates of the Publicis Healthcare Internship Program to get tips and tricks for leveraging the experience and connections made during their internship to launch their career.

Students can register here.

Skating into Spring

Students at My Philly SummerStudents celebrated the start of a new semester at Campus Philly’s Back to School Skate Night hosted by Center City District at Dilworth Park on January 26. Students from Community College of Philadelphia, Drexel, La Salle, Philadelphia University, Saint Joseph’s University, Temple and many others, dominated the Rothman Rink on the temperate Tuesday evening. Campus Philly helped students make it an exciting evening by creating pre- and post-skate itineraries for students. Many left the rink to warm up inside the Rothman Rink Cabin which offered hot chocolate, coffee, and much more while others explored a new restaurant during Restaurant Week.

Campus Philly Expands Board and Staff

Our board promotions and additions include:

  • Michael Scales, Associate Vice President of Business Services at Temple University, is now the vice chair of the Campus Philly board of directors.
  • Ebony Staton Weidman, Assistant Vice President at Fairmount Ventures, assumes the role of secretary of the board.
  • Florence Zheng, Chief Talent Officer at Bentley Systems, joined the Campus Philly board of directors.

Our staff promotions and additions include:

  • Jen Devor, previously Senior Program Manager, has been promoted to Director, Partnerships.
  • Reggie Hall Jr. has joined the Campus Philly staff as Senior Program Manager, Partnerships.
  • Brynn Monaghan has joined the staff as Communications Manager.
  • Patrick Sherlock, previously Director of University Relations and Student Engagement, has been promoted to Vice President of University Relations and Student Engagement.
  • Ella Strauss has joined the staff as Program Manager for Open Arts.
  • Ashlie Thornbury, previously Director of Corporate Relations, has been promoted to Vice President, Partnerships.

Photos: Brian Green for Campus Philly

Local and National News

Philly Colleges Doubled Down on Low-Income Students, Then Outperformed the Nation
Source: Billy Penn

Colleges with at Least 25 Percent Latinos Have Doubled
Source: National Journal

Temple President: How Philly Can Stay An ‘Eds & Meds’ Destination
Source: Billy Penn

Villanova, Temple Tour Advancement In ‘Carnegie Classification’
Source: Philly.com

This Edition Sponsored by

Bentley

Campus Philly College Partners

Arcadia University

Art Institute of Philadelphia

Bryn Mawr College

Cabrini College

Camden County College

Chestnut Hill College

Community College
of Philadelphia

Delaware County
Community College

Delaware Valley University

Drexel University

Eastern University

Haverford College

Montgomery County
Community College

Moore College
of Art and Design

Neumann University

Peirce College

Pennsylvania State
University – Abington

Pennsylvania College
of Art and Design

Philadelphia College
of Osteopathic Medicine

Philadelphia University

Rowan University

Rutgers University – Camden

Saint Joseph's University

Salus University

Stockton University

Swarthmore College

Temple University

Thomas Jefferson University

University of Pennsylvania

University of Delaware

University of the Arts

University of the Sciences

Ursinus College

Villanova University

West Chester University

Campus Philly Corporate Members

AT&T

Allen & Gerritsen

Allied Pixel

Bancroft

Beneficial Bank

Bentley Systems

Campbell Soup Company

Comcast

CubeSmart

Deloitte

Frontline Technologies

GSK

Herman Miller

IKEA

Independence Blue Cross

Lincoln Financial Group

PHLCVB

Premier Office Solutions

Publicis Healthcare

Republic Bank

StradleyRonon

TargetX

TherapyNotes

University City Science Center

USLI

Vanguard

Zipcar


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