(Photo by Roberto Torres)
Do you live in the suburbs or are you so horrified by the Flyers new mascot Gritty that you’re thinking about fleeing South Philly?
Well you’re in luck, my friend.
NET/WORK Suburbs, our annual tech job fair, is happening on Wednesday, Oct. 17 at Turn5 in Paoli. So far, 16 companies are signed on and ready to hire. Your dream job awaits you as you leave behind the orange monster (Gritty) that may or may not show up in your nightmares.
- Chariot Solutions
- CRF Health
- Freya Systems
- Hero Digital
- JPMorgan Chase & Co
- Power Home Remodeling
Extra cool stuff going on:
- Is your LinkedIn profile picture from your friend’s wedding in 2008? We got you. Get a professional headshot taken.
- Have your resume reviewed and get feedback to make sure you stand out in the crowd. Kind of how Gritty does in the WEAK lineup of NHL mascots.
- Turn5 will have their bowling lanes up and running. If you don’t make any connections when you come (which we doubt will happen), at least you’ll have the chance to blow off some steam going for a strike.
- Drinks and light food to enjoy while mingling with your fellow peers.
Not to mention, this is our third annual NET/WORK Suburbs, and we are good at this job fair thing. Case in point, here is a short vid of our 2017 NET/WORK Philly event. Not to mention, this event is free, and is about to be lit.
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