Find your next tech job at NET/WORK, a career fair that doesn't suck - Brooklyn


Feb. 15, 2017 12:54 pm

Find your next tech job at NET/WORK, a career fair that doesn’t suck is bringing its career fair to Brooklyn for the first time ever. Join us on April 5 at the CoLab-Factory.

The scene at NET/WORK DC 2016.

(Photo by Catherine Sontag)

Take a normal jobs fair, kill the awkwardness, add swag, add multi-level positions at BK’s hottest tech firms, add professional development opportunities and add happy hour. Then and only then do you end up with NET/WORK.

That’s right, Brooklyn! is bringing its esteemed technology jobs fair to the best borough for the first-time ever. It’s scheduled to go down Wednesday, April 5 at CoLab-Factory.

It’s rare when a hiring event encourages organizations to show off their company culture and attendees are made comfortable enough to show off their personality. We’re giving both parties the opportunity to do exactly that.

Here, enjoy this acrostic of all the cool stuff we have in store:

  • Network with over 100 attendees and meet 20 companies.
  • Extra time is available to network at a happy hour from 8-9 p.m.
  • Take a professional headshot for your next LinkedIn photo.
  • Workshops for dev and career topics will happen every hour.
  • Opportunities to hang with the city’s coolest tech companies.
  • Resume reviews to get you noticed for your next interview.
  • Keep energized the whole time with complimentary coffee.

(Yes, this event is impactful and we’re excited about it.)

Get tickets ($10)

Can’t get enough? You can also join us at NET/WORK in our other markets:

  • NET/WORK Baltimore is Feb. 23 at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. For more info click here.
  • NET/WORK DC is March 29 at Iron Yard DC. For more info click here.
  • NET/WORK Delaware is March 30 at 1313 Innovation. For more info click here.


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Alexandria Leggett

Alexandria Leggett started with as an Events Intern before being hired on full-time as Events Coordinator. While pursuing a broadcasting career she quickly realized that her hosting ability wasn't limited to one field. Previously, she worked as a wedding coordinator and designer. The Philadelphia native hosts dinner parties and develops recipes when she's not in the office (ask about her salted caramel apple pie). A planner since adolescence, she can recall event details from as far back as her 7th birthday party.


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