ONEin3 and Boston Young Entrepreneurs friends Jason Evanish from Greenhorn Connect and Kiki Mills from MITX have joined forces to build a great event on April 13th.
Tuesday, April 13th, is the Career Combine. It’s a Career Fair to connect recent grads and students graduating with full time opportunities at local innovative companies as well as some cool internships for those still in school.
Some key details:
More info about the event is available here and you can register as a job seeker here
Once you’ve registered, take a look at the schedule for the event and the list of exhibiting companies and open positions.
***Note: Keep checking back to the companies page as we’ve got a bunch of companies signing on this week
In addition to the opportunity to network with a ton of great, innovative companies, the event features a panel moderated byDartBoston‘s Cort Johnson.
The panel will cover building a career in entrepreneurship and includes Jeff Bussgang who founded uPromise and is now a VC at Flybridge as well as Adam Marchick of Bain Capital (who appeared on DartBoston’s Capitalize in January) and Marsh Sutherland, a dual recruiter and entrepreneur.
If you have any questions about the event, drop Jason an email at Jason [at] GreenhornConnect [dot] com and SPREAD THE WORD!
Here’s your chance….
Firefighter Exam for Boston residents will be held on April 24, 2010. For more information please go to http://www.cityofboston.gov/fire or call the recruit team at (617) 343-3024.
Interested in a career with one of Boston’s growing Life Sciences companies?
Then mark your calendar for December 16th. ONEin3 is organizing a “Sector Trek,” a VIP tour of the industy featuring panels and discussions with company representatives and top execs. This opportunity will be open to a very limited number of people on a first come first served basis.
Look for future emails marked “Sector Treks” or email me here at Devin.Cole.BRA[at]CityofBoston.gov to get insider info.
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. with a networking reception to follow
Ned Devine’s Faneuil Hall Marketplace
It’s never easy to make money by making art, but a recession poses particular challenges for the local artistic community. How are local galleries, theater companies and musicians adapting to today’s economic realities? In the last Real Talk for 2009, panelists from across the Bay State’s small artistic organizations talk about what works, what doesn’t, and what Massachusetts needs to do to keep the arts flourishing.
Click here to RSVP or call 617.742.6800 ext. 131.