[PLUG] PortlandTech Career Fair
keithl at kl-ic.com
Wed Sep 15 10:23:02 PDT 2004
Since all of you are employed and all, I figured nobody here would
be interested. :-)
We might consider setting up an Open Source booth at this event.
The idea is, if you don't have a job, you can still get some
experience and some bullet points on your resume by working on an
open source project. I would have to get back to Ed Perkins pretty
quickly on this. Is there any interest in staffing a booth?
----- Forwarded message from Pradeep Kumar <pradeep at ieee.org> -----
IEEE Oregon Section has partnered with the Professional Resource Consortium
NW group and OGI to organize a Career Fair on Tuesday, Sept. 28 from 3-7 PM
for our unemployed and underemployed members and other high tech
professionals in the Portland area.
PortlandTech Career Fair
On Tuesday September 28th from 3pm to 7pm the IEEE Oregon Section, and the
Professional Resource Consortium NW (PRCNW) will be jointly sponsoring a
high tech professional career fair that will be held at the Wilson Clark
Center of the Oregon Graduate Institute (OGI) in Beaverton. This job fair
differs from other events since it is being managed by professionals who
seek to benefit from the job opportunities presented by employers.
The Career Fair is free to high tech professionals. All candidates will be
required to pre-register for one of the hour-long time slots at
<http://www.prcnw.org/portlandtech/index.html>. Registration is on a first
come basis, and will close when we have reached capacity for the OGI
Facility. You are encouraged to sign up early and be prepared to answer a
few short skill set questions in the process. Check-in at the registration
desk to pick up your nametag. Please be on time. "Drop-ins" will be
discouraged due to limited time and space available.
Up to 20 companies and recruiters will have booths at the Career Fair. A
sample of the attending companies includes: AZAD, Daverci, EdgeLink,
Kforce, Tech Link NW (Salem), and Tektronix. There is still space available
for additional companies and interested recruiters should refer to the
Who We Are
The IEEE is a non-profit, technical professional association of more than
360,000 individual members in 150 countries working in electrical and
electronic engineering disciplines.
The Professional Resource Consortium NW is a non-profit organization that
was founded in August 2003. The organization is made up of nearly 800
volunteer professionals dedicated to helping each other find employment in
the Portland area, and to showcase the wide range of talented people in the
For more information on the career fair contact:
IEEE Oregon Ed Perkins 503-612-9397 e.perkins at ieee.org
Corp. Registration PRCNW Art Yerkes 503-590-9924 yerkes at hevanet.com
Registration PRCNW Robert Jenner 503-579-1631
robertfjenner at hotmail.com
PRCNW & Event Director Bruce Virell 503-678-6198 bvirell at aol.com
----- End forwarded message -----
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