Black Engineers and Technology Professionals to Convene in D.C.

by April 16, 2018

HBCU Connect at HBCUConnect.com to host another professional networking reception for HBCU grads in D.C., Maryland, and Virginia.

HBCU Connect

Attendees at one of last year’s networking events for HBCU professionals

Washington, DCHBCU Connect is offering black engineers and technology professionals in D.C. Maryland, and Virginia, the opportunity to network with other African American professionals in the area and meet hiring managers from one of the world’s largest technology companies, to learn more about available career opportunities.

Conversations between attendees and hiring managers in attendance could lead to interviews for hundreds of available hardware, software, and technology openings.

HBCU Connect is looking for more professionals with experience in the following areas to attend the event:

* Software & Hardware Engineering
* Security & Cryptology
* Firmware Engineering
* Software / Hardware Validation & Verification
* Process Engineering
* Software Development & Program Management
* Artificial Intelligence
* Circuit Design
* Data Center / Cloud Technologies
* Internet of Things
* Tech & Manufacturing

Event Details:

* WHEN: April 24th, 2018 – From 5:30pm until 8:30pm
* WHERE: Alexandria, Virginia – Venue Details Provided with Confirmed Invitation
* REGISTER ONLINE: www.hbcuconnect.com/resumes/?cid=64&src=bn

There is no cost to attend, but those interested should register immediately as the guest list will fill up soon.

For more details and to register, please visit www.hbcuconnect.com/resumes/?cid=64&src=bn


About HBCU Connect
Founded in 1999, HBCUConnect.com is the first and largest media outlet targeted towards the Historically Black College and University (HBCU) community. Boasting over 1.5 million registered members and encompassing a complete web portal, magazine, recruiting engine, social networking site, forums, blogs, news feeds and shopping, HBCUConnect.com serves the needs of HBCU aspirants, students, alumni, faculty and staff by providing a single destination and launching point for the entire diaspora. Learn more at www.HBCUconnect.com

 

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