MATC IT Recruitment Showcase at Downtown Campus – Demonstrate your skills to get hired – April 20, 2017
This is your opportunity to highlight your personal experience, skills and accomplishments to area businesses who are looking to hire! Mark your calendar: Thursday, April 20, 2017 Milwaukee Campus Room M605 Time: 4:00PM-7:00PM Unlike the traditional “job fair,” this format is designed to facilitate engagement, and give you an opportunity to stand apart from other job seekers. Download student packet for additional information: 2017 IT Recruitment Showcase Student Packet Pictures below are from the 2016 “We’ve Got Top IT Talent” Showcase: 2017 MATC IT Recruitment Showcase - April-20-2017_ 4p-7p Downtown Campus (1) Every 20 minutes students have an opportunity to make a presentation for employers at the 2016 “We’ve Got Top IT Talent”...
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