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Philly, our NET/WORK 2018 tech job fair will be here before you know it

Get a ticket now for our super popular hiring event. Mark your calendars: Feb. 27 at Fillmore Philly.

The scene at NET/WORK Philly 2017. (Photo by Catherine Sontag)
Would a new job make you merry this holiday season? Then it’s time to learn about #network18.

In only a few short weeks after the holidays, Technical.ly will host its fifth NET/WORK Philly, a hiring event where organizations can show off their company culture and attendees can show off their personality. We just had NET/WORK Suburbs back in September and it was a solid showing from the area’s pool of tech talent. (If you missed it, no worries, the upcoming Philly event will have plenty of swag too.)

Get tickets ($10)

For the third year, the 2018 edition of NET/WORK will be held at Fishtown’s Fillmore Philly on Feb. 27, 2018. We already have commitments from 15 local tech organizations that are looking to hire. Last year whopping 52 organizations came out in full force.

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.

  • We say it’s not an average job fair because of all the cool stuff that goes on alongside of job seeking:
  • You get to Network with over 600 attendees and over 50 companies
  • There’s plenty of Extra time and space available to have deeper conversations
  • You’ll at least walk away with a professional headshoT for your next portfolio photo
  • The ticket also includes Workshops for dev and career topics happening every hour
  • Organic opportunities to hang with our region’s coolest tech companies
  • Resume Reviews that will get noticed at your next interview
  • Hot tip: Bring a bag because the swags is for Keeps!

These 15 companies are already confirmed to participate:

Get your headshot thanks to Chariot Solutions while you enjoy some hot coffee brought to you by our cafe sponsor, WebLinc. Plus, Susquehanna International Group wants to make sure you put your best self forward on paper, so they’re providing the resume reviewers! Interested in exhibiting or more at NET/WORK Philly? Find out more here.

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

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You can also join us at NET/WORK in our other markets:

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