Monday, March 31, 2014

Tucson Job Crawl For Students on Tuesday

Posted By on Mon, Mar 31, 2014 at 1:05 PM

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  • Photo courtesy of Start Up Tucson.

Tired of going to job fairs with no alcohol? Start Up Tucson is hosting a Job Crawl from 4 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 1 at Gentle Ben's, 865 East University Boulevard. "This event is designed to connect the best of the UA talent with the best local employers," said founder and President of Startup Tucson Justin Williams.

It invites in top companies & opportunities in Tucson that may not historically have been a part of why talented graduates can stay in town. Its is designed to make it easier for those innovative Tucson companies that want to recruit student talent, but they may only be hiring one person. And they may only hire that person every two years.

The best part is the dress code or lack there of. "No need for three piece suits and ties but do look presentable. From a t-shirt and jeans to a blazer and khakis, anything in that range is appropriate," according to the event page. So, bring your resume, business cards and winning personality.

Go to the RSVP page for more information.

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