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.Continue reading “Exploring Philly’s Neighborhoods From Home: Your Virtual Guide to All Things Philly”
From creating your profile and making connections, to asking for endorsements and more, we’ve got you covered on everything LinkedIn.Continue reading “Mastering LinkedIn: Everything You Need to Know”
Whether you’re keeping things low-key at home, getting some fresh air in one of Philly’s many neighborhoods, applying for summer internships or entry-level jobs, or completing your classes online (whew—that’s a long list of things to do…), we’ve got the resources you need to get it all done, while staying healthy and safe.Continue reading “Campus Philly’s Resource Guide for the Rest of Your Spring 2020 Semester”
Intern Philly, our online-exclusive job fair, has been extended, and now kicks off March 15 on campusphilly.org/launch! We understand that in-person career fairs and other events at universities have been cancelled, so we’ve got your back—virtually, that is! That’s why we’ve added more days, more gigs, and more resources than ever to our online-only job fair. Plus, what better way to apply for gigs than from home (and in your jammies!).
So, whether you’re searching for your next internship, or you’re graduating this spring and want to land a full-time job, you can find a career-launching opportunity in the Greater Philadelphia Region this March.Continue reading “Land Your Dream Gig: Intern Philly Kicks Off March 15-30, 2020”
Connecting and placing job seekers in a position they’ll love is what keeps people like Chase Rodriguez, Executive Recruiter at Global Employment Solutions (GES), thriving.Continue reading “Hooked on Recruiting: Meet Chase, Executive Recruiter at Global Employment Solutions”
The term “networking” can be strangely intimidating, don’t you think? It shouldn’t have to be, which is why Campus Philly created a series of Launch Events throughout the fall semester, designed specifically to make networking feel less strange, and focus more on building authentic, genuine connections with young professionals doing awesome work in Philly, like Haley Altus of Publicis Health Media.
Haley is one of our discussion leaders at Spark Philly, our next Launch event taking place on Tuesday, October 29. Haley and several other individuals living and working in Philadelphia will sit down with small groups of students to talk about their career journey – how they got to where they are, tips and advice they’d recommend, and why Philadelphia is the best place ever to launch your career.Continue reading “You Never Know What Opportunities Await when you Stay Connected: an Interview with Haley Altus of Publicis Health Media”
Sabina works with Comcast Xfinity Consumer Services team, which designs the online and app experience for Comcast products and services so that customers can shop, purchase, set up, troubleshoot and manage their account and services.
Sabina graduated with an MFA from Tyler School of Art at Temple University. Her background is a mix of interactive design and 3D modeling.
Looking for your next internship, or graduating this spring and unsure of your next steps? Well you’re in luck! Campus Philly (that’s us) is hosting a virtual career fair, called Intern Philly, from March 19 to 29. Hundreds of companies will post jobs and internships for both college students and recent graduates, through the Campus Philly Launch site!Continue reading “Land Your Dream Job during Intern Philly, March 19-29, 2019”
We’re consistently impressed with the work ethic of Philadelphia college students. It seems like every day, we learn of a new student pursuing their passions, while managing a full course load and a busy schedule. So many students have a “side hustle” – whether it’s an app, a non-profit, or a compilation of freelance projects. Take a look at these Philadelphia students’ side hustles, and find out what gets them motivated – so motivated that they’ve used their creativity to build a company in addition to going to college full-time.
Behind each company is an inspired student that used their knowledge and passion to create new innovative apps and services that help others. Where will your entrepreneurial spirit take you?
The Master of Behavioral and Decision Sciences (MBDS) at Penn equips students with theoretical and practical tools to address a variety of real-life problems. Sakshi Ghai and Francesca Papa, two graduates of the program’s inaugural class, became interested in the problem of deterring dishonest behavior—and the solution took them all the way to Florence, Italy. Continue reading “How These Penn Students took their Research on Cheating all the way to Florence, Italy”