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Get ready, Baltimore.
Our NET/WORK tech jobs fair returns next week on Thursday, March 14, and Thumel Business Center at The University of Baltimore is the place to be if you’re looking for a new opportunity in tech.
Come out for the annual event to connect with the Baltimore tech community, while meeting developers, designers and hiring managers, of course.
Need a new job? There will be 15+ hiring organizations there looking to find talent like yourself. Some are returning from last year’s successful event, and there are a handful of new names added to the list to find fresh talent as well.
See the breakdown of the whole day of festivities and our current list of hiring organizations below:
- 14 West
- Avhana Health
- City of Baltimore
- Facet Wealth
- Femly Box
- GeBBs Consulting
- Terbium Labs
Be on the lookout next week for a handful of new companies that are finalizing plans with us.
Additionally, Maryland Technology Internship Program will be in attendance to highlight the opportunity for eligible employers to get reimbursed for their paid, technical internships.
The NET/WORK 2019 agenda
Event kickoff is at 5 p.m. Then, from 7 to 8 p.m., enjoy Technical.ly‘s community happy hour.
And when you can squeeze in some time between all of the happenings, you can also get your:
- Professional headshot taken
- Resume reviewed by BCIT.
- Participate in a mock interview with Career and Internship Center of the University of Baltimore.
Interested in our matchmaking program? We’re working to overhaul the traditional hiring process, and if you’re looking to be a part of a new way to hire, upload your resume here, and we will potentially place you with one of our hiring companies.
We hope to see you there!
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