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Did you know that, each year, Philadelphia's robust hospitality industry brings in billions of dollars and supports hundreds of thousands of jobs in our region?
Join us for PHLDiversity's 2015 Hospitality Education Day and help support our efforts to reach local high school and adult students, show them the many career opportunities available to them and encourage their participation.
The Physics Department of Community College of Philadelphia will host a meeting of PhACT on Saturday, April 18, 2015 in room C2-28 at the Center for Business and Industry at 18th and Callowhill Streets at 2:00 p.m. Toxicologist Dr. David Cragin and Science Journalist Faye Flam will discuss the controversy of Genetically Modified Organisms (GMOs).
This presentation is part of the Philadelphia Science Festival, sponsored by the Franklin Institute. All are welcome; refreshments will be served.
Community College of Philadelphia, the College's Faculty and Staff Federation and the philadelphia Association of Black Journalists (PABJ) are proud to present the Moving Philadelphia Forward: 2015 Mayoral Candidates' Forum on Thursday, April 9, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Bonnell Auditorium on the College’s main campus. Read full event details.
For 31 years, Community College of Philadelphia has celebrated and highlighted our international culture. Both the College and the City of Philadelphia are vibrant examples of communities of multiple cultures coming together to share and educate one another.
11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m., Reading, Q&A and book-signing with Eduardo Corral. Special focus: Immigration and the Latino Diaspora: Bridging Cultures through Poetry. Cosponsored with International Festival. Open to the public.
12:40 – 1:40 p.m., Master Class with Eduardo Corral. Space is limited, email email@example.com to get added to the list.
Free and open to the public. Small presses welcome.
Join members of the Philadelphia literary community to network and listen to provocative panels on the topic of small presses and community building. Bring fliers and information about your special projects. Share what you publish!
What Orphan Train Teaches Us about the Past and the Present: Christina Baker Kline will briefly read from her novel Orphan Train and discuss what the immigration experience of the past can teach us about the experience of immigrants today. She will present a slide show on the history of her topic and answer questions about her research and writing process. A book-signing will follow. Open to the public. Co-sponsored by the Free Library of Philadelphia.