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Apply to exhibit at our NET/WORK tech jobs fair for free

We are holding a contest to offer free vendor spots to NET/WORK for up to three organizations. If you're interested in being a part of this event, apply by Jan. 21.

On Feb. 20, we’ll host NET/WORK, a different kind of tech jobs fair, at and in partnership with the new Emerging Technology Center on North Haven St. near Highlandtown.
We are excited to be hosting more than 10 local tech companies, including both startups and more established tech businesses to show off to talented job seekers, students and recent graduates who are interested in discovering opportunities in web development, design, engineering, programming and more.
Find out more about what makes NET/WORK fun and different here.
In addition to the type of companies described above, we also want to open NET/WORK specifically to small, mission-minded organizations who might not have the funds available to exhibit, including tech-focused nonprofits, small educational startups and other mission-driven companies that are hiring in the coming months.
We are holding a contest to offer free vendor spots to NET/WORK for up to three organizations. If you’re interested in being a part of this unique event, please apply by Jan. 21.
Apply here by Jan. 21 to win a free spot to exhibit at NET/WORK.
If you are interested in participating in NET/WORK as a vendor, or are interested in attending, please RSVP here.

Companies: Emerging Technology Centers (ETC Baltimore) / Technical.ly

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