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20 hiring companies will be at NET/WORK DC this Wednesday

From international student lending startup MPOWER to mobile app platform Hatch, here's who you can meet at our third annual jobs fair on February 28.

At NET/WORK DC 2017. (Photo by Rich Kessler)

In case you didn’t already notice, from our daily event coverage (February’s Editorial focus is Hiring), or from our On The Market column or our ever poppin’ jobs board, it’s our mission to connect you to exciting employment opportunities in the DMV.

NET/WORK DC 2018 is presented by 1776 and the (newly expanded) Flatiron School on Wednesday, February 28, and hiring organizations will be at Gensler looking for their next candidate. Thanks to our media partners ByteBack, General Assembly and Hire Her.

Tickets ($5-10)

If you want the chance at extra attention, submit your resume here beforehand, as we’ll be doing some direct matchmaking. (This week we’ll share more about what kind of roles companies are looking for, but they generally range from technical, including front and back end, to sales, marketing and product support.)

Here’s a growing list of confirmed companies looking for talent:

Not to mention, you will be able to get your resume reviewed by the experts. Oh, and be sure to plan to stay for happy hour from 8-9 p.m. to network the night away. We also have a Happy Hour Ticket of only $5.

Companies: Arbo / ChurnZero / Kerb / Veda Data Solutions / Entrada ESL / The Yard: Space to Work / Industry Dive / Byte Back / MakeOffices / 76 Forward / Flatiron School / Hatch / General Assembly

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