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This Week in Jobs DMV: Expect the Unexpected

Be ready for anything.

Show your stripes. (Gif via Giphy)

Editor’s note: Every week we ship an email newsletter featuring the region’s most exciting career opportunities. We’ve lovingly called it This Week in Jobs (aka TWIJ — “twidge”). Below is this week’s edition; it’s meant to live in your inbox. Sign up for the newsletter here.

Earn Your Stripes

You can never be too prepared, whether it’s for work or just life in general.

That goes doubly for … seeing a zebra. Yes, that’s right. A few Marlboro residents recently spotted three zebras that escaped from a private game farm casually roaming around a suburban area.

This serves as a reminder to always be prepared for anything. Though I can’t imagine you’ll have any zebras interrupting your next job interview.

The News

The Baltimore Development Corporation recently developed a plan for the city’s economic future, and it wants your feedback by the end of the month.

Check out some our roundup of tech education programs for children in D.C., Maryland, and Virginia … and of local edtech companies in shaping the future of learning.

A former armory is now Towson University’s entrepreneurship hub — and it’s not just for students.

Mega Money Moves: Arcadia and both raised $100 million rounds last week. wants your feedback: Take our community survey to help us better meet your local tech info needs. As thanks, we’re picking a handful of survey takers to win a $50 gift card or a signed copy of Guy Raz’s book, “How I Built This.”

The Jobs





The End

I’ll see you and our striped friends soon.

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