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january 2021

fri22jan2:00 PM5:00 PMOut in Tech presents #GetThatGig2:00 PM - 5:00 PM VirtualCategories:Networking

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What better way to start the year than with the job you deserve?

Even though unemployment rates are still high in the U.S., tech jobs are holding steady. In fact, many companies in the industry are still recruiting for roles in engineering, data science, UX-UI, product management, and more.

Join us on Friday, January 22 from 2-5 PM CT for a series of free practical workshops focused on making you a stand-out candidate, and get face-to-face time with recruiters. Whether you’re just pivoting to the industry or have decades-long experience in the industry, you won’t want to miss this event!

SPEAKERS

Roz Francuz-Harris (she/her) is Director of Tech Recruiting at Zillow Group. Prior to this, she was a Director of Talent Acquisition at Warner Media. She is committed to her communities and fighting for equity in the tech space through diverse pipeline channels, hiring strategies, partnerships, and minority retention programs.

Francisco Alegria (he/him) is a recruiter for OkCupid/Match Group. There, he plays OkCupid “matchmaker” for their Mobile, C++, and Data Engineering teams. Francisco is a a member of the Latine/LatinX community, as well as first generation Guatemalan-American., born and raised in NYC.

Mika Nishiya (she/her) is a Head of Data at Adyen, the payments platform of choice for the world’s leading companies, delivering frictionless payments across online, mobile and in-store channels. She is responsible for overseeing Data strategy and utilization of data to help all merchants on their platform. If she’s not nerding out on data, you’ll find her at the nearest beach hanging out with her dog, Hana, and her partner.

Tim Berry (he/him) works as a technical recruiter at Google supporting staffing efforts in NYC, Cambridge, Pittsburgh, and Atlanta. He is a U.S. Army Veteran, West Point graduate, and MBA Candidate at NYU Stern. In his spare time, he runs a non-profit supporting Black and Brown students applying to U.S. Service academies and contributes to USA Today, NYtimes, NPR, and the Southern Poverty Law Center on racial justice issues in the U.S Military.

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FREE with RSVP

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Time

(Friday) 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Location

Virtual

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Out in Techaustin@outintech.com

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