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Find your dream job at NET/WORK Delaware, happening March 20 at CSC

In need of fresh headshots, resume reviews and connections? Say no more.

Making industry connections at NET/WORK 2018.

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Looking to get a brand-new job in tech?

Technical.ly is gearing up to host its fifth annual NET/WORK Delaware, a hiring event where organizations can show off their company culture and attendees can show off their personality. The 2019 edition will be held at Wilmington-based tech anchor CSC on Wednesday, March 20. Get those resumes and conversation starters ready.

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We know that great technologists have options when it comes to finding a job, so we’re building an environment where employers and attendees can test the “fit.” Suits and ties are optional and conversations that dig deep are encouraged.

You can expect to get an updated headshot, a reviewed resume, endless connections and meet 15+ local companies that are looking for your talent. Students, you’re welcome free of charge.

Can’t stand the wait? Check our jobs board for daily postings and sign up for our new weekly jobs newsletter for leads straight to your inbox.

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Is your company interested in exhibiting at NET/WORK Delaware?

The exhibiting companies at NET/WORK have an opportunity to meet high-quality candidates, grow their hiring pipeline, amplify their employer brand and make offers to the most competitive potential employees. Learn more about what NET/WORK has to offer.

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Want to explore jobs in other cities? We are currently scheduled to host NET/WORK in other Technical.ly markets:

Companies: CSC, Technical.ly
Projects: NET/WORK
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