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We’re back, Baltimore! The Super Bowl of job fairs returns on March 4.
We would be remiss if we didn’t say “Go Ravens!” first.
While you’re enjoying the game with your friends, family and perfect strangers this weekend, remember that we have the best commercial break conversation for you. It goes something like this:
“Hey, do you know where I can find a new job in technology or meet new people in the local tech space?”
“Definitely, Technical.ly has the best tech networking event in the city where you can meet more than 20 companies that are hiring developers, engineers, designers, marketers and more.”
Last year, nearly 225 technologists and tech-adjacent professionals came out and many have told us their careers were positively impacted by the event. What a conversation starter, eh?
What’s the scoop?
Join us for a chance to get a fancy new headshot, make professional connections over a cup of coffee, experience a resume review by industry pros and cheers to your future at happy hour. Local tech companies are already securing their table spots, and last year, more than 20 hiring orgs were in the building. If you haven’t heard, we know how to throw impactful hiring events.
And hey, we’d like to thank The Assembly Room for being a partner and host for NET/WORK Baltimore 2020.
Who should attend?
- Technologists and industry leaders who want more professional networking opportunities; there will be workshops and opportunities for deep conversation over drinks and food
- Those looking for career growth in software development, design, engineering, UX, marketing and the like
- Recent grads looking for junior or entry-level positions
- Those currently employed who want to feel out future job opportunities
Interested in exhibiting or more at NET/WORK Baltimore? Learn more about what NET/WORK has to offer here.
P.S. Why “the Super Bowl of job fairs”? Because the Super Bowl is the biggest celebration of football, and this is the biggest celebration of tech jobs in Baltimore. Both are not to be missed.
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