Residences for homeless families that have recently begun construction will include a variety of services sponsored by the People’s Emergency Center.
Though, nationally, the number of venture capital deals has decreased.
All of the events headlining Asian Pacific American Heritage Week will now have donation jars on site.
The ease of conducting clinical trials and development opportunities for early stage companies in Philadelphia have made the city one of the top 10 cities in the country for biotechnology jobs.
Girls Understanding Technology and Science event on Nov. 23 will host 75 girls from the West Philadelphia Girl Scouts service units.
The preliminary report of the Career Plans Survey for the Class of 2013 shows full-time employment has increased to 65 percent from 64 percent for the Class of 2012.
The group will hold courses about urban biking and advocate for bike reform in University City.
The academy helps West Philadelphia students prepare for high school and college.
Drew Crockett will open his coffee shop at 3736 Spruce St. on Monday morning.
Recent college graduates should consider the job market strength of a particular city as they look for employment.
The hunt hopes to promote social media presence and get students involved.
PoCo, the umbrella organization for political student groups, will launch a $7,500 fund for policy and politics-related programming on campus.
After being matched together seven years ago, little sister Ashana Davenport now lives with her big sister in California.
Thai Singha will reopen at 3900 Chestnut Street in late October.
New Drexel partnership reveals existing Penn career assistance for LGBTQ students.
A 21-year-old University of Michigan student intern at Bank of America’s London office died suddenly on Aug. 15.
As the school year comes to an end and Career Services begins analyzing this year’s data for on-campus recruiting, the “Class of 2013 has had a very successful recruitment year,” Director of Career Services Pat Rose said.
As the end of the school year draws near, some students’ job searches are still in full swing.
Don’t bank on double majoring to guarantee a job after graduation.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced in March that petitions for H-1B international work visas — which allow internationals to temporarily live and work in the United States for three years—will be limited to 65,000 for the 2014 Fiscal Year.