These are unprecedented times, and now, more than ever, obtaining practical and tangible career advice has never been more important.
That’s why we created Campus Philly Conversations—better known as your opportunity to connect with employers. Not just “connect” as in “walk by their table at a career event,” or “send a LinkedIn request without a note” (we’ve got a lot of advice around that!), but to have actual conversations with young professionals and recruiters who have career advice to share with college students and recent graduates just like you.
Thanks to all the grads who entered our Class of 2020 contest! We’ll be celebrating YOU all week long with our Virtual Yearbook on our Instagram Stories. Follow us now to join the celebration! @campusphilly
There are so many great ways to support our local communities right now, from taking a virtual museum tour or online fitness class, to ordering contact-free delivery from small businesses, getting fresh air at local Philly parks, and more. Read More
From creating your profile and making connections, to asking for endorsements and more, we’ve got you covered on everything LinkedIn. Read More
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Talent in the Age of Covid-19
On Thursday, May 28, the Young Smart and Local network gathered via Zoom to hear three great ideas to steal to help retain college talent in the age of Covid-19. The full Zoom meeting video is available below. Also, here are some results from our real-time survey during the webinar that included 96 people from 27 cities. View Survey Results (PDF)
The Pivot: Deborah Diamond
What do you do when a global pandemic plunges the organization you lead into uncertainty? Deborah Diamond, president of Campus Philly talks with Jen Devor about reassuring soon-to-be grads.
Learn how remote work is impacting the delivery and management of internships and why some companies are moving current interns into professional development opportunities. Listen Now
The city of Philadelphia has seen a 115% increase in 25- to 34-year-olds with college degrees, and Greater Philadelphia retains 54% of its college graduates. Our region is on the rise, and college students and recent graduates are fueling that growth. Read the report