5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Welcome Back Reception

Please join us for our  annual kick-off networking event on September 19th!

Meet our Board of Directors, and see how the Chamber not only promotes business between the Island of Ireland and the US, but also promotes business connections among its members, right here in the Greater Philadelphia area.

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SOLD OUT (as of 9/5/19)

Newcomers and veteran residents are invited to a “welcome to Philly” or “welcome back after summer” roof top tour of Philadelphia’s newest and most iconic spaces. Join us for networking and happy hour with the international business community. Brandywine Realty Trust will help us kick-off the evening with a tour and explanation of Schuylkill Yards – the extensive development plans for the west bank of the Schuylkill River. Visit Cira Green, Brandywine Corporate Headquarters, and end the night at Level 28, AKA University City’s spectacular lifestyle club, soaring 400 feet above street level. Enjoy lite bites, signature cocktails, beer on tap, and wine with business professionals from across the region in one of Philadelphia’s most burgeoning neighborhoods where executives, students, professors, and residents mix.

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Women in Leadership Series – Empowering Our Community: Social, Corporate and Personal Responsibility

All members are welcome to join us for the next installment of Women in Leadership Speaker Series. We are honored to host Sister Mary Scullion, Co-Founder, President and Executive Director of Project HOME.

Sister Mary Scullion has been involved in advocacy for homeless persons since 1978. In 1989, Sister Mary and Joan Dawson McConnon co-founded Project HOME, a nationally recognized organization that provides supportive housing, employment, education and health care to enable homeless and low-income persons to break the cycle of homelessness and poverty.

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As Campus Philly, the leading non-profit organization fueling economic growth by encouraging college students to study, explore, live, and work in the Greater Philadelphia tri-state region, reports, many different types of organizations—large, small, non-profit, for-profit, technical, non-technical— benefit from internship programs. Could you use help with a specific project, task, or research? Would a new, fresh perspective boost an area of your organization? Do you have a technical need, such as updating your website? Would any employees be more productive if they had some assistance? Then this MEMBER SPOTLIGHT event is for you! Come learn the ins and outs of creating an internship program, from assessing your project needs and drafting an internship position description to attracting students to apply and much more.

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