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BarCamp // Campus Philly Startup Crawl // NPowerPA Nonprofit Tech Awards [EVENTS]

It's the perfect time to be surrounded by your buddies, so here's a handful of bigger-scale events

Hey readers, we hope you and your loved ones made it safely through Hurricane Sandy. It’s the perfect time to be surrounded by your buddies, so here’s a handful of bigger-scale events. (And don’t forget to check our calendar for more.)

This week: College students hop from one tech locale to the next, community members throw the well-loved BarCamp unconference and local execs get together to support tech nonprofits.

Campus Philly’s Tech Startup-Crawl: Take a guided tour of local tech startups and orgs (including First Round Capital‘s headquarters and DreamIt Ventures) followed by a panel of Philly’s tech leaders and experts. Tuesday, 4:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Once you register, you’ll be told where to meet the group. RSVP. FREE.

BarCamp Philly: The community unconference is back and bigger than ever. Find our preview hereSaturday, 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Huntsman Hall at The Wharton School, 3730 Walnut St. University CityRSVP. $15.

NPower PA’s 8th Annual Nonprofit Technology Awards Luncheon: Talk tech nonprofits with local executives at NPowerPA’s annual fundraiser. Former Phillie Gary Maddox will keynote. Friday, 11:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. The Crystal Tea Room, Wanamaker Building 1300 Market St. (100 Penn Sq East) 9th Floor. Center City. RSVP. $195.

[Full Disclosure: Technically Philly cofounder Chris Wink is speaking on the Campus Philly Tech Crawl panel. Technically Philly is a media sponsor of both BarCamp and the Tech Startup Crawl and our offices are in the First Round HQ.]

Companies: Campus Philly / Tech Impact

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