College of Computing students are invited to the Ed Kaplan Family Institute for Innovation and Tech Entrepreneurship from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 23, to network with Illinois Tech alumni and members of the College of Computing’s Board of Advisors who currently work in computing fields. Learn more about professional opportunities in a casual setting. Food and drink will be offered.
Research shows that more people find gainful employment by building professional networks. Lay the foundations for your own professional network and jumpstart your career by attending the Demystifying Networking for College of Computing Students event.
Register by March 16 to strengthen networking competencies such as:
• Building self-confidence and interpersonal skills
• Developing sustainable relationships with Illinois Tech alumni and industry partners
• Improving your professional profile
• Discovering avenues for professional opportunities
• Exchanging ideas
Contact Erika C. Burt (email@example.com), College of Computing director of professional academic programs, with any questions.
Demystifying Networking for College of Computing Students is sponsored by the College of Computing, Career Services, and the Office of Advancement.