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EdTech Meetup // Startup Grind // Baltimore PHP [EVENTS]

This week, EdTech fanatics gather again at the Digital Harbor Foundation in Federal Hill to talk about the BmorePipeline and more. On Tuesday, head to Loyola University Maryland for the second installment of Startup Grind (the event originally scheduled for October that Hurricane Sandy forced into postponement). Wednesday, it’s time to gather with fellow PHP-ers at Frisco […]

This week, EdTech fanatics gather again at the Digital Harbor Foundation in Federal Hill to talk about the BmorePipeline and more. On Tuesday, head to Loyola University Maryland for the second installment of Startup Grind (the event originally scheduled for October that Hurricane Sandy forced into postponement). Wednesday, it’s time to gather with fellow PHP-ers at Frisco Tap House in Columbia for some food, beers and relaxation time.

Baltimore EdTech Meetup: The Digital Harbor Foundation hosts this Monday night meetup for those interested in learning about education technology initiatives in Baltimore. The founders of BusyGrad will talk about their online Facebook of sorts for grad students. Attendees will also hear from YearUp, an organization that tries to provide better educational opportunities for youth in inner cities. Finally, get an update on the BmorePipeline, DHF’s online wiki to help students in the city find internships and jobs with technology companies. Monday, Dec. 3, 6 p.m. Digital Harbor Foundation, 1414 Key Highway, Federal Hill, Baltimore city. RSVP. FREE.
Startup Grind: It’s the second installment of Startup Grind at Loyola University Maryland. Sponsored by Silicon Valley-based venture capital firm Wasabi Ventures, Startup Grind this month features Frank Bonsal III, a general partner with Fulton, Md.-based New Markets Venture Partners. Come early for pizza and networking. The chat with Bonsal begins at 7. Tuesday, Dec. 4, 6 p.m. Andrew White Student Center at Loyola University Maryland, 4501 N. Charles St., Loyola/Notre Dame, Baltimore city. RSVP. $20.
PHP Meetup at Frisco Tap House: Join the Baltimore PHP Meetup group at Frisco Tap House in Columbia. Plan on buying your own brews and food, and be sure to RSVP by 5:30 p.m. that day so the proper table size can be reserved. Wednesday, Dec. 5, 6 p.m. Frisco Tap House, 6695 Dobbin Rd., Columbia, Baltimore County. RSVP. FREE TO ATTEND.

Companies: Loyola University Maryland / Wasabi Ventures / Digital Harbor Foundation

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