Campus Philly president Deborah Diamond says a lot of elements figure in to that decision — with job prospects, restaurants and nightlife, and public transportation the top three. But another factor really jumps out.
If you recently graduated from a Philadelphia area college or university over the past four years, an oranization dedicated to promoting the region to millennials is asking you to participate in an online survey.
A local non-profit wants the area colleges and universities to become “greener” and they are rolling out a program that will go a long way to reducing the amount of waste they produce.
President Deborah Diamond says CampusPhilly was created to solve Philadelphia’s brain drain–where young people get a degree from one of the regions more than 100 institutions of higher ed and move to another city.
Philadelphia’s college students got a warm welcome Saturday afternoon along the Ben Franklin Parkway for Campus Philly’s annual College Day
College graduates from 2008 to the present showed up at Villanova University on Monday for the Campus Philly Opportunity Fair. It’s a job fair exclusively for recent college grads.
College students looking for an internship, and firms needing interns, need look no further than a website.
A first of its kind event was held at the Comcast Center Monday evening, connecting college students with internships and jobs in the design field.
My Philly Summer is a series of networking opportunities. Interns even got to rub elbows with Philadelphia mayor Michael Nutter.
Nonprofit marketing organization Campus Philly has been working hard to convince college students from out of town that Philadelphia is such a great place, they should stay here after graduation.
Campus Philly and the Art Museum are pairing up for “College Day on the Parkway” today to show area college students the best the city has to offer.