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Melissa Simpson

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Melissa Simpson is an IT specialist studying journalism at Delaware County Community College. She plans to graduate with in the fall before transferring to Temple University. When she is not hanging out at West Philly dance parties, it is likely that she is binge-watching some quirky millennial TV series on Netflix.

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Kinetic sculptures and science carnivals and microgrants, oh my! creative

Apr. 16, 2019 6:06 pm

Kinetic sculptures and science carnivals and microgrants, oh my!

Philly Tech Week and The Franklin Institute are teaming up to award microgrants to Kensington Derby & Arts Festival competitors, and PTW will have a presence at the Philadelphia Science Festival.
This Oracle engineer runs one of Philly’s buzziest fashion brands creative

Dec. 20, 2016 12:42 pm

This Oracle engineer runs one of Philly’s buzziest fashion brands

Maryam April Pugh turned to printmaking because she felt burnt out by her tech career. Now she's doing spots on MSNBC. How's that for a side hustle?
Peirce College wants to make it super easy for IT pros to get a bachelor’s degree access

Jul. 7, 2016 11:37 am

Peirce College wants to make it super easy for IT pros to get a bachelor’s degree

The Center City college designed a new program for those with IT experience but no undergraduate degree. Peirce says it's the first of its kind in Philadelphia.
High school grads, apply for this tech apprenticeship program access

Jun. 13, 2016 12:56 pm

High school grads, apply for this tech apprenticeship program

The School District's Urban Technology Project, which trains young people as IT technicians, is now accepting applications.
This digital literacy program will also get you 6 months of free bikeshare access

Jun. 9, 2016 8:58 am

This digital literacy program will also get you 6 months of free bikeshare

Can the city's Digital Skills and Bike Thrills program get more kinds of people to use Indego?
This heady, visceral performance art piece explored the dislocations of the female body creative

May 16, 2016 12:20 pm

This heady, visceral performance art piece explored the dislocations of the female body

Zornitsa Stoyanova offers up an interactive, experimental performance art piece that explores the ever-adaptive female form.

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