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Women in Technology is hosting a job fair Nov. 18

Mingle with local companies at Gannett HQ. Hiring? You can still register as an exhibitor.

Knock this off your to-do list. (Photo by Flickr user flazingo.com, used under a Creative Commons license)

The Falls Church-based professional network Women in Technology will hold a job fair on Nov. 18.
The afternoon event aims to be an opportunity for job seekers to “meet recruiters and hiring managers from organizations that are actively seeking candidates for positions,” according to event organizers.
It’s a free event for job seekers but registration is required.
Organizers are also still looking for local companies with jobs to fill — if you fit this description there is still time to register as an exhibitor. Here’s the current list of exhibitors, which features the likes of AOLAccenture and Esri.
Women in Technology, as the name suggests, focuses on the employment and support of women working in the tech industry. The group’s website states, “as the premier professional association for women in the technology industry, we understand the unique challenges you face.” However, both women and men in tech are welcome to attend the upcoming job fair.
The event will be held at Gannett Corporate Headquarters in McLean, Va.

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