There’s so much to do in the city this February to celebrate Black History Month, with music, poetry, special programming (like History After Hours!), and more. Get exploring today.Continue reading “Your Guide to Black History Month: 9 Must-Visit Spots in Philly”
Read on to see student deals for this weekend, Jan. 31 through Feb. 2—and get ready to find your new favorite spot in Philly.Continue reading “6 Places to Flash Your Student ID This Weekend”
With MLK Day on Monday, we’ve got a long weekend ahead of us, which means only one thing: more spots to snag a deal, and more reasons to explore and volunteer in Philly. Read on for our Jan. 17-Jan. 20 top picks—just remember to bring your student ID.Continue reading “6 Places to Get a Deal This Weekend”
Looking for ways to join your community in service throughout the year? Below, you’ll find volunteer opportunities, along with service sites and locations, to engage with in the Greater Philadelphia Area—all curated by and with students. Read on to find a spot to serve near you.Continue reading “Volunteering in Philly: Serve Your Community at These 13 Spots”
Caffeine and finals go hand-in-hand, right? Make plans to get off campus during finals week and check out a new coffee shop in Philly. Happy studying!Continue reading “Stay Caffeinated: 8 Spots to Study for Finals in Philly”
Philadelphia Parks & Recreation hires dozens of lifeguards for both the summer season and year-round for our indoor pools. The starting salary for all Parks & Rec lifeguards is $13.65 per hour. To be considered for a position, you must pass a lifeguard screening given by a water safety instructor.
Lifeguard screenings and certification courses are underway. You can use our Finder tool to search for times and locations for screenings.. We’d love to have you become part of our lifeguard team. Here are a few reasons why you should consider applying today!Continue reading “Three reasons why you should become a Philadelphia Parks & Recreation lifeguard”
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”
College is an adventure – an adventure about the discovery, creation, and development of your story! Campus Philly is starting a new series called “What’s Your Philly Story?” where we share students’ stories of what brought them to Philly, why they love it here, and how they’re making the most of this awesome city.
We reached out to a few students from different schools and varying studies to tell us about their college experience, sharing what makes their education and story so special.Continue reading “Part 1: What’s Your Philly Story?”
A special message from our partner, Parks and Rec:
In Philadelphia, sports unify people across all cultures and demographics. The Philadelphia International Unity Cup, presented by Goya, is no exception. The tournament has been uniting the city’s neighborhoods and celebrating its diverse immigrant communities through soccer for the past three years. This year, the Unity Cup had a record 52 teams representing countries from around the world compete in the tournament, which kicked off in August and runs through October. Continue reading “Did You Know Philly Has Its Own World Cup?”
There’s no getting around it – Philadelphia has a pretty incredible skyline. Whether it’s from a vantage point on the South Street Bridge, one of the new skyscrapers in University City, or taking PATCO into the city, it’s almost impossible to not be in awe of Philly’s skyline views.
There are so many great spots for snapping a selfie with the Comcast Center in the background, but what if we told you that the best views of the city (and we mean the whole city) could be spotted from the Delaware River… on a boat?
We’ve put together a crawl through the historic Old City District below, hitting all the must-see sites representing Philly’s history you might have missed on your field trips, the must-eat treats you HAVE to try, and the BEST way to catch the city’s skyline views – on the Spirit of Philadelphia, a cruise that leaves from Penn’s Landing year-round. Continue reading “Here’s How You Can Catch the Best Skyline Views… from a Boat on the Delaware River!”