Campus Philly Video
Starring the Campus Philly staff, with lyrics by Jen Devor, Brynn Monaghan, and Debora Charmelus
CollegeFest 2016 was held at Dilworth Park at Philadelphia City Hall. Campus Philly welcomed 5,000 students from 130 colleges and universities for a day filled with prizes, free admission to nine local cultural institutions, and free transportation provided by the PHLASH.
Video produced by Marvin Mack
|Around The Corner: Campus Philly
Julie Zeglen interviews Jen Devor,
Video produced by PhillyCAM
|In The Mind Of An 18-Year-Old
A DisruptHR talk by Deborah Diamond
DisruptHR Philadelphia 1
Video produced by DisruptHR
|Power of Internships
During Campus Philly’s Annual Meeting – an event we hold once a year for our college partners and corporate members – we asked guests to share their thoughts on the importance of internships. See what they had to say and start putting their advice into action by finding your next internship at campusphilly.org/careers.Video produced by Allied Pixel
|Annual Meeting 2015
The 2015 Annual Meeting brought regional higher ed partners, business and civic leaders together to
celebrate the power of internships. We distributed our 2015 Annual Report to all attendees.Video produced by Allied Pixel
|Launch Your Career in Philadelphia
Campus Philly career events connect college students to employers throughout the Philadelphia region. If you are a college student looking for an internship or an employer interested in building your talent pipeline, get started by creating an account at campusphilly.org/careers.Video produced by Allied Pixel
CollegeFest 2015 was held at Dilworth Park at Philadelphia City Hall. Campus Philly welcomed 5,000 students from 140 colleges and universities for a day filled with prizes, free admission to eight local cultural institutions, and free transportation provided by the PHLASH.
Music by Worldtown SoundSystem
Video produced by Anna Ladd
|Annual Meeting 2014
Campus Philly’s Annual Meeting took place on December 8, 2015, at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University and celebrated our organization’s first 10 years. You can see what you missed or think back on a great evening with the two videos below.The first video is a brief recap featuring our event theme, “Choosing Philadelphia.”
|The second video captures brief remarks from a few of our sponsors, as well as Deborah Diamond’s personal story of choosing Philadelphia.|
CollegeFest is Philadelphia’s full-day welcome to new and returning college students! The festival celebrates our city as a thriving college town, introducing everything off-campus that makes Philadelphia a great place to be a student.
Campus Philly connects college students to the arts and culture community through Open Arts and we celebrate students discovering that incredible community in this video produced for Open Arts and Campus Philly’s 2013 Annual Meeting.
|Annual Meeting 2012
Campus Philly’s Annual Meeting took place on Thursday, December 6, 2012, at WHYY and focused on Greater Philadelphia’s growth as a “brain magnet.” In an effort to showcase Philadelphia as one large campus, Campus Philly produced this video and presented it at the meeting to more than 200 attendees.
|Campus Philly was directed and produced for Campus Philly’s 2012 Annual Meeting by Erik Silverson, Creative Director; firstname.lastname@example.org.|
|Annual Meeting 2011
Campus Philly’s Annual Meeting took place on Thursday, December 15, 2011, at WHYY and focused on Talent: How to Grow it and Keep it. This event was sponsored by the City of Philadelphia, Drexel University, Deloitte, LLP, Select Greater Philadelphia and the CEO Council for Growth. In an effort to showcase some of the awesome talent that this region has already retained, Campus Philly produced this video, Philadelphia’s Promise, and presented it at the meeting to more than 200 attendees.
|Philadelphia’s Promise was directed and produced for Campus Philly’s 2011 Annual Meeting by Erik Silverson, Creative Director; email@example.com.|
|Candid Career: Ashlie Thornbury
Ashlie is the Director of Corporate Relations and Partnerships for Campus Philly. This video is a part of Temple University’s Candid Career video series, which features stories and advice from alumni.
|PHL: People and Places of Philadelphia
This inspiring video celebrates the people and places of Philadelphia and shares a new narrative of the city with the world. Discover Philadelphia. Discover PHL. An open source community asset, this video is directed by up-and-coming Philadelphia-based creators Pete Herron and Kris van Genderen for the Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau. Sharing welcome.
Become a pro at navigating the local transit system to get wherever you need. Check out these great how-to videos put together by the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA), Philadelphia’s public transit system. Visit ISEPTAPHILLY.com for more tips, and use Campus Philly’s Getting Around Guide for all your travel needs.
|How to SEPTA Philly: Regional Rail
With 16 Regional Rail lines, SEPTA makes it easy to travel from the suburbs into Philly and back again, even after late nights on the weekends.
|How to SEPTA Philly: Bus
There are more than 100 bus routes in the region. Whether travelling within the city, or commuting to work, SEPTA buses are both affordable and easy modes of transit.
|How to SEPTA Philly: Trolley
A hybrid of the bus and the train, SEPTA trolleys are fun throwbacks that can get you to multiple destinations across Philly.
|Uwishunu: Philly 101 Series
This Philly 101 video features Ashlie Thornbury, Director Of Retention Initiatives at Campus Philly. Learn about what Ashlie does, and what she wishes more people knew about and appreciated here in Philadelphia.
|75 Acres of Awesome: A Digital Short
The Philadelphia branding agency, 160over90 created a stop-motion video for one of our Campus Philly partner schools, Chestnut Hill College, that showcases what college living is like on the outskirts of the city and all around downtown. Take the journey from CHC’s 75 Acres of Awesome into the storybook neighborhood of Chestnut Hill and end with some iconic Philly spots, like Independence Hall, Kelly Drive, the Philadelphia Museum of Art and Rittenhouse Square!