Photo by: Brian James Kirk
Hey, Brooklynites, ready to get a new gig? Technical.ly will host our second annual NET/WORK Brooklyn on March 27, 2018.
We are building a place where employers and attendees can test the “fit.” Suits and ties are optional and conversations that dig deep are encouraged. As jobseeker Kyla Massey said at our very first NET/WORK Brooklyn event, “I feel like I actually came away knowing people I’d like to hang out with, not just work with.”
Tickets are $10, $5 if you just want to attend just the happy hour and free for students. Yes, students we know you have college books to pay for.
What to expect you ask? A brand new headshot for that LinkedIn profile, a fresh look at your resume by our reviewers (bring plenty) and an endless amount of connections and jobs at your finger tips. Especially jobs.
Can’t wait? Check our jobs board for daily new postings and sign up for our daily newsletter for leads straight to your inbox.
Want to do a full NET/WORK tour and go to all of our NET/WORK events? Here’s the detes:
- Technical.ly Philly is hosting NET/WORK Philly on, Feb. 27, 2018, at the Fillmore Philly. For more info click here.
- Technical.ly DC will host NET/WORK DC on Feb. 28th, 2018 at Gensler. For more info click here.
- Technical.ly Delaware will be hosting NET/WORK Delaware on March 8, 2018 at CSC. For more info click here.
- Technical.ly Baltimore will be hosting NET/WORK Baltimore on March 15, 2018 at Baltimore Studios, Studio 4. For more info click here.
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