In keeping with the Hall of Fame’s mission of being a community focused organization, the Hall has worked with various colleges and universities on a wide array of student assignments, projects and internships. It is committed to fostering an environment filled with fertile learning opportunities for our area students among diverse disciplines. Below is a sample of projects that our area students have worked on in conjunction with the Hall of Fame.

Notre Dame University

Architecture – Senior design project for a Philadelphia Sports Museum

West Chester University

Marketing – Project involving thirteen students conceptualizing and proposing a public relations campaign

Computer Science - Internship in web site design and generation

Villanova University

Public Relations - Senior Internship position assisting in the organization and coordination of media relations for induction event

Marketing – Twenty-one students participating in a group assignment originating and presenting
a public relations operation

Temple University

Art and Design – Fourteen senior design students from the Tyler School of Art participating in a project to conceive and draft a Hall of Fame logo

Journalism – Seven students with full media credentials for a writing assignment on the Class III Induction Dinner

Journalism - Articles on Hall of Fame Inductees: the Palestra and the 1960 Philadelphia Eagles

Video Production - Developed and created an A/V presentation that served as an introduction to the Class IV Induction Dinner

Rowan University

History – Internship in archive database construction for Comcast-Spectacor as part of the Hall’s Sports Heritage Collection endeavor

Art Institute of Philadelphia

Video Production – Composed a video pictorial montage depicting Hall of Fame Inductees

Please contact Pete Georgelos of the Hall of Fame if you have questions or would like to participate in our student programs.

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