All majors, minors, and graduate students completing an IT degree, are invited to attend this years IT Career Fair. The IT Career Fair is different from other Temple Career Fairs, because companies that attend, are coming specifically to recruit IT students.
More information can be found at:
Students MUST register to attend. They cannot just show up on the day of the fair. Deadline to register is September 22.
This is a pre-approved external professional development event. You do not need to seek approval to earn points for attending. To submit for point approval, submit proof of attendance-i.e. name badge, picture of you at the event, certificate of attendance, etc.
Is your new best friend named Alexa? Chances are good you either received or gave an Amazon Echo, Echo Dot or Google Home device this holiday season. Join us as we explore the technology behind voice AI — where it is today and where it’s going.
5:45 Networking and food
6:15 Welcome and sponsors
6:20 Demo: TBA
6:35 Demo: TBA
6:50 Tonic Design Co
7:30 Community discussion followed by Networking
7:40 Happy Hour
Visit https://www.meetup.com/Philly-New-Tech-Meetup/events/245894279/ to sign up.
|You’re Invited to Preview Adobe’s Immersive Technology on Tuesday, February 6
Don’t miss an amazing view into where Adobe is leading the industry on Immersive Technology – Virtual Reality (VR), Augmented Reality (AR) and Mixed Reality (MR) on:
Tuesday, February 6
Chris Bobotis, Director of Immersive at Adobe, who oversees the company’s Immersive Media efforts, will be on hand to present.
Chris is the software architect for the SkyBox suite of 360˚ video and cinematic VR tools, which Adobe recently acquired from Chris’ previous company Mettle. Chris co-founded Mettle in 1992 and was Partner & Creative Director. Mettle transformed the nascent 360˚ VR video industry with their SkyBox software plugins for Adobe Premiere Pro and After Effects, providing a dedicated tool set for editing and manipulating 360˚ video and introducing core features and functionality that had previously been missing from the market.
Today, Mettle customers include Facebook, Google, Apple, Samsung, CNN, HBO, New York Times, NASA, and virtually all other professional 360˚ content producers. Chris is an advocate for immersive storytelling, and regular presenter at SIGGRAPH, NAB and IBC conferences. Chris grew up in Montréal, and previously worked as a creative director, art director, illustrator and production manager.
If you have any questions about the event, please email Meredith Blaze at email@example.com.
Learn how the Philadelphia Flyers integrate data analytics in everyday business operations and long term foresting. You’ll meet top executives in the business analytics department and have the opportunity to find out how you can get ahead in the world of sports data analytics.
Gather the key IT knowledge needed to be indispensible. This year’s Tech Summit agenda is carefully designed to provide you with the latest IT trends and knowledge needed to make the best possible decisions on behalf of your organization. It will allow you to see the best practices other leading companies have adopted, key IT challenges they are facing, and new solutions that are solving these challenges.
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.
WHAT TO EXPECT?
OVER 50 HIRING ORGANIZATIONS / EXHIBITORS (check back for confirmed companies)
GET YOUR HEADSHOTS DONE
GET YOUR RESUME REVIEWED
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.
3:00 PM | EVENT START
4:00 – 6:50 PM | TENATIVE WORKSHOPS HAPPENING THROUGHOUT THE DAY (Check back for more topics)
7:00 – 8:00 PM | Happy Hour
8:00 PM | EVENT CLOSE
$5.00 Happy Hour only: 7-8pm
$10.00 General Admission
“Behind Every Successful Woman is Herself”
On Friday, March 16th from 5-7pm we are collaborating with Women’s Entrepreneurial Organization & Temple Consulting Club to host a panel discussion featuring four prominent female consultants, two of which are in IT consulting. This will be a great event for MIS students to learn more about IT consulting as well as challenges and successes of women in the workplace, so this is certainly an event you don’t want to miss. More details on the flyer!
RSVP Link: bit.ly/WomeninConsulting
Men are welcome!
Fox students will receive Suitable points for attending this session.
If you know the basics of social media but don’t yet have a campaign strategy, this session is for you! You’ll hear tips and tricks for growing audience, building your online presence and strengthening your brand.
Join fellow Owl, Brian Hart as he shares his expertise.
Brian Hart is an online columnist for Inc. Magazine and founder of Flackable, a national, full-service public relations and digital marketing agency headquartered in Philadelphia. The agency, which he bootstrapped in 2014 at the age of 27, now represents a national client base of financial and professional services firms. His professional recognition includes Irish America Magazine’s 2017 Business 100, PR News’ 2017 Rising PR Stars 30 & Under, Lehigh Valley Business’s 2016 Forty Under 40 and Adweek’s 2015 PR Industry 30 Under 30.
WITS inspires, educates and connects women in the technology industry. Whether you work on the technical or business side of technology or somewhere in between, WITS has something for you. Join us for a unique combination of hands-on workshops; talks on trends in technology; information and discussions about careers in tech and how to pursue them; and connection and networking opportunities with other women in various aspects and careers in technology.
All profits generated from each event support the non-profit, TechGirlz.org, and its ongoing mission to inspire middle school girls to explore the possibilities of technology to empower their future careers.