HBCU CONNECT and Microsoft have partnered to provide excellent career opportunities for African American tech Professionals in the Seattle Metropolitan area by way of a special recruitment event happening on Wednesday January 17th from 5:30pm to 7:30pm in a location to be communicated with your confirmed reservation.
Career opportunities at Microsoft are open to everyone to apply for, but this event is a special effort to connect with under-represented minorities within the Technology Sector, so please do not take offense if you are not a minority, and feel free to apply for Microsoft’s opportunities via the links provided below.
If you are a minority candidate with a technology background, please do register online for this special opportunity hosted by HBCUConnect.com and Microsoft.
HBCU CONNECT has executed on events for Microsoft’s recruitment efforts in the past, hosting similar events all over the country that have resulted in many hires soon after the events!
This event for Seattle area tech professionals will target:
– Software Engineers
– Mobile Developers
– Program Managers
– Computer Scientists
– Data Scientists
– Data Analysts
– Business and Financial Analytics Professionals
This will be a GREAT opportunity for African Americans working in software, or finance to make new connections, expand their network, and explore new career opportunities.
The event will be by confirmed RSVP only.
Once attendance is confirmed, the exact location of the event will be shared as well as details on parking and an agenda for the evening.
Registration Link: http://hbcuconnect.com/resumes/?cid=62&src=yt
If the event is not a fit for you but you are interested in opportunities with Microsoft visit: www.microsoft.com/careers
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