Just before graduation, we sat down with Claire Dabney, a Temple University Advertising major, with a concentration in Research and Strategy. Claire shared all about why she chose Philly for college, and how that decision shaped her career, ultimately leading to a full-time job offer from Seer Interactive, a digital marketing agency located in the Northern Liberties neighborhood in Philly where she interned her junior year of college.
In addition to giving us all the important information on her favorite restaurants and go-to cheesesteak spots, Claire provided some incredible advice to rising college seniors, as well as incoming college freshmen, on the steps to take throughout college to land a job after graduation.
Check out our full interview with Claire Dabney, Analytics Associate at Seer Interactive and Temple University alum: Continue reading “Going the Extra Mile to Land a Full-Time Job at one of Philly’s Top Digital Marketing Agencies”
In the organization’s recently released Philadelphia Renaissance report, Campus Philly noted a 115% increase in college-educated 25- to 34-year-olds in Philadelphia between 2000 and 2017. Between the city and region, there are 118,500 additional young degree holders now living and working in Greater Philadelphia, generating an annual $394 million in city and state tax revenue. Continue reading “According to a new Campus Philly study: nursing and accounting students stay in Philly; economics majors, not so much.”
Picture this: it’s the first day of summer
and you’re making your Philly bucket list for everything to do to have the best
summer yet. Summer has the longest days and shortest nights, so where do you
even begin? We’ve got some ideas. Our list includes a balance of
Philadelphia’s best summer events, along with some ways to improve your network
and get a head start on your professional plans for the fall. Get ready to have
the best summer in Philly! Continue reading “Your Best Summer in Philadelphia”
Admit it – you’re going a little stir crazy
with all these snow days, canceled classes, and frigid days spent indoors.
Spring is almost here, and with it comes every excuse to get outside. Any day
with a temperature about 45 degrees essentially feels like summertime – that’s
how you know this winter has been long! Continue reading “Four Spring Road Trips from Philly to Plan NOW!”
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”
than 300 for-credit courses available on campus, online and abroad, Penn
Summer has something for everyone. Open admission makes it easy for anyone to
enroll, no matter where you are. Daytime, evening and online classes are
designed to fit your summer schedule: Pursue new skills or interests in the
11-Week summer session or earn credits in half the time during Summer Sessions
I and II. What will you do this summer? Continue reading “Penn wants to know: What will you do this summer?”
Throughout the Campus Philly Launch Series, we’ve provided college students in the Philly area with opportunities to learn about the different career options available to them at networking events and panel discussions packed with experts from all different industries. We’ve seen countless connections between students and employers, and are thrilled to give students unique opportunities to learn about thriving and hiring companies in and around Philly.
One of these companies is Comcast based right in Center City Philadelphia! We had the chance to sit down with Anthony Malerba, Senior Digital Paid Search Analyst, to learn more about his experiences and how he ended up at Comcast! Continue reading “Finding a Community in the City – An Interview with Anthony Malerba of Comcast”
Warm up this winter at one of the many cozy cafe’s snuggled throughout the city (pun intended!). The polar vortex may have you wanting to stay inside, but this list of hot spots will have you walking out the door, wearing your favorite pair of gloves. Continue reading “Cozy Cafés To Warm Up In This Winter in Philly”
It’s almost that time of year! You’ve worked so hard over these past four years just to get to this moment: graduation. As we near the end of the school year, decisions begin mounting concerning your future like where you’ll work, where you’ll live, and most importantly…
Where you’re going to have your graduation celebration!
No worries, we have you covered. Below are five of our favorite spots for grad parties in the city, whether you have a tight-knit squad or a large, wacky family to accommodate, you’ll be able to please everyone on your special day! Continue reading “Philly’s Best Graduation Party Spots (Send this Link to your Parents!)”
The Delaware River Waterfront has been
completely revitalized in recent years, and now it’s one of the hottest places
to be in Philadelphia at any time of the year, with ice skating and hot cocoa
at Winterfest (and roller skating + lemonade in the summer), local artists’
exhibits and rotating unique experiences at the brand new Cherry Street Pier,
the best skyline and Ben Franklin Bridge views, free fitness and a top run
route at Race Street Pier, and one of the coolest ways to see the city and try
something new with friends, visiting family, or classmates – a cruise on the Spirit of Philadelphia (open
year-round!). Continue reading “Three Things to do this Winter on the Delaware River Waterfront”