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NET/WORK, the Super Bowl of job fairs, is back this February

Catch NET/WORK Philly at the Fillmore on Feb. 26.

Rory Laitila addresses Horn students at UD about the importance of software development. (Photo by Gregory Travers)

Ready for a new job? We gotcha.

Technical.ly is gearing up to host its sixth NET/WORK Philly, a hiring event where organizations can show off their company culture and attendees can show off their personality. The 2019 edition will be held at Fishtown’s Fillmore Philly on Feb. 26.

We lovingly call it the Super Bowl of job fairs.

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(In October, we hosted NET/WORK Suburbs at Turn5 and it was a solid showing from the area’s pool of tech — and bowling — talent.)

Join us for a chance to get a fancy new headshot, schmooze with professional connections over a cup of La Colombe Coffee Roasters, experience a résumé review by industry pros, and cheers to your future at happy hour. Local tech organizations are already securing their spots and last year, more than 50 hiring organizations were in the building.

We know that great technologists have options when it comes to finding a job, so we’re building an environment where employers and attendees can test the “fit.” Suits and ties are optional and conversations that dig deep are encouraged.

Can’t stand the wait? Check our jobs board for daily postings and sign up for our new weekly jobs newsletter for leads straight to your inbox.

Interested in exhibiting or more at NET/WORK Philly? Learn more about what NET/WORK has to offer here.

These companies are already confirmed to participate:

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You can also join us at NET/WORK in our other markets:

Companies: CSC / Perpay / University of Baltimore / AWeber / RevZilla / WebLinc / Technical.ly

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