December 9, 2015 |

Best of 2015 Events


Are you ready for this three sentence build up? Here we go. 1.) We know how to throw an event. 2.) We know how to throw a fun event. 3.) We know how throw a fun AND informative event.

Below are our top five Campus Philly events in 2015. Check them out and get excited for these events and more in 2016!

Inclusive Leadership Conference 2015
In February, nearly 400 students came together at Temple University to learn how to become better leaders and change agents. With nearly 25 workshops on all different topics and a fantastic keynote from Carlos Ojeda, Jr., the conference was a great success.

Want to sign up for the 2016 Conference? Register here!

My Philly Summer Party
In July, hundreds of college student interns from over 45 companies and organizations gathered at Ralph’s Cafe on the 43rd floor of the Comcast Center for an evening of networking, fun, food, selfie sticks, and Philly!

College Fest 2015
In September,  we welcomed 5,000 students from more than 140 colleges and universities at Dilworth Park at City Hall. For most college students moving to the big city, this is their first chance to #meetphilly.

Details on College Fest 2016 here.

Open Arts College Night Series
Campus Philly teamed up with several of our Open Arts partners to bring three spectacular events free of charge to Philly’s college students: College Night at the Barnes, The Philadelphia Orchestra’s Free College Concert, and Opera on the Mall: La traviata.

Sign up for Open Arts today and get all the deals!

Fall Online Job and Internship Fair
At the end of October, we hosted our Online Job and Internship Fair to best connect students to hundreds of opportunities in Philadelphia.

Create your online career profile on our Careers page and get that dream job/internship!



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