NET/WORK is a technology job fair showcasing vibrant companies seeking talent and talented people seeking work. Nothing stiff or stuffy about it. The companies at NET/WORK are psyched to show off their company culture—and get to know you outside of your resume.
HIRING ORGANIZATIONS / EXHIBITORS
Technical.ly asked these hiring companies to share what they're looking for in potential candidates. Check out what positions are open and what skills are needed by reviewing our Exhibitor Survey Results.
- Contactually, Inc
- Data Leader
- General Assembly
- Industry Dive
- Vox Media
ATTEND IF YOU ARE:
Looking for full-time work with a company that fits your skills & personality
Seeking opportunities in Dev, Design, Engineering, UX, Programming, etc.
Recent grad looking for an apprenticeship
Interested in freelance gigs
Currently employed, but want to feel out future opportunities
Looking to network
Great technologists have options when it comes to finding a job. The employers at NET/WORK are looking to learn more than just what's on your resume. You'll still need chops to land your dream job, but at NET/WORK, your personality & "fit" carry real weight.
WHY NET/WORK RULES:
Suit & tie are optional; we'll have free coffee and an after-party with beer and snacks (7pm-8pm).
6:00 PM | EVENT START - Open networking with hiring organizations on the exhibit floor. You can also grab a free headshot and have your resume reviewed.
6:30 PM to 6:50 PM | Career Talk
- Writing a Resume that Gets Noticed with Joy Haugen (@Joyful907) - Career Coach and Partnership Lead - General Assembly Take your resume to the next level to be a desired candidate and not just a piece of paper! Write your advertisement that is factual and not fiction to learn what hiring managers look for when they're making additions to their team!
7:30 PM to 7:50 PM | DEV TALK
- Leveraging Technical Experience in a Strategic Role with Anissa Keating (@nississima) - Associate Director, Insights & Innovation - Wunderman
Every professional needs to understand technology beyond just jargon, even if they aren't directly involved in coding. However, most non-programmers aren't sure where to start and feel intimidated. This session will give you tools and tips to improve your literacy about computer logic, code, and the overall process from concept to code.
8:00 PM to 9:00 PM | HAPPY HOUR - Grab a beer (if you're 21!) and some snacks and network with fellow job seekers, students and hiring organizations!
NET/WORK is organized by Technical.ly