If you want a job in technology, Baltimore has options for you.
More than a dozen businesses, startups and organizations will share information on their open positions Thursday, Feb. 20 at NET/WORK, our tech jobs fair happening at the Emerging Technology Center’s newly-opened space on North Haven Street.
We have a full list of them below, but if you want the best chance to meet these organizations, you’ll want to come next week.
Tickets for job seekers are $5 and free for students, with ID, and come with a chance to meet more than a dozen employers, free professional headshots and a happy hour, thanks to Columbia-based cybersecurity firm Tenable Security.
This is a chance to connect companies with technologists and other creative talent, including graduating college students, thanks in part to a partnership with Baltimore Collegetown. The focus is on technology jobs, including designers, developers and those with software and engineering backgrounds, but many of these firms are always looking for strong talent in sales and marketing roles, too.
Companies that will be represented include:
- Allovue — K-12 education resource planning platform startup
- An Estuary — education training startup
- Berndt Group — a web design and development firm
- Cynergy — downtown-based web, mobile and desktop development firm
- Firaxis — legendary Baltimore County-based video game development firm
- Groove Commerce — ecommerce-focused creative agency with a beautiful new HQ near Harbor East
- Lookingglass — cybersecurity firm with offices in Baltimore and Arlington, Va.
- Mindgrub Technologies — the mobile and gamification development company
- Rehabtics LLC — long-term behavioral health management and preventative care startup
- SalesWarp — ecommerce software company
- SameGrain — privacy-focused social network platform startup
- Sofiac — Columbia-based IT consulting firm that hosts software groups for college students
- Staq — Hampden-based adtech startup that trialed a Ruby developer apprenticeship program
- Tenable Network Security — cybersecurity firm
- Velaro — Elkridge-based eCommerce live chat software firm
- VIM Interactive — web design company
- Wham City Lights — the entertainment company from musician Dan Deacon that crowdsources light shows at concerts with its mobile app
- Traitify — a tool that uses psychology and technology to offer quick and accurate personalized career, education, and life recommendations
We’ll also have community groups on hand that you can meet, including:
- Accelerate Baltimore — the tech startup accelerator program at the ETC
- Betamore — Federal Hill coworking and academic space
- Code in the Schools — nonprofit computer programming training program for middle schoolers
- Digital Harbor Foundation — the STEM youth education nonprofit will be on hand and bringing some of their students to meet with companies
- Girl Develop It Baltimore — local chapter of web development education program geared toward women
In addition to these local tech groups that want to meet you, NET/WORK will feature a series of development-focused talks, professional development opportunities throughout the day and free professional head shots with admission.
Interested in exhibiting at NET/WORK? There are still spots left. Contact brian AT technical.ly for more information.
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