Phase II: Finding a Career in Tech, At Any Stage

1/16/2020, 6:00 PMNEW YORK CITY

The Central Bar
109 E 9th Street
New York, NY 10003
Perhaps no job sector is more attractive — and hard to pin down — than tech. As the industry matures and new technologies come online, the need for nimble thinkers, critical reasoners, and creative problem solvers increases exponentially, often faster than human resources can come up with the job description. What is the career path today for those who want to address the demands of tomorrow? How is technology expertise integrated, or how can you pivot to tech-centricity, at any stage of your career?

HamTech and the Hamilton Career Network (HCN) is hosting a panel discussion featuring alumni whose own pathways to careers in tech range from the intentional to the circuitous. 

Panelists will share key takeaways from their respective journeys and answer questions for anyone interested in breaking into the tech space or navigating their careers if they’re already in it. The panel will be moderated by Shriver Gilroy ’14, account executive at Google, Inc. and will feature alumni working in tech across sales, engineering, HR, media and the startup space:

  • Sadiq Abubakar '15, Founder of Customtru
  • Nick Ruppel '15, Brand Partner at Ebay
  • Virginia Walsh '14, Leadership Recruiting at Google
  • Jason Wilkin '14, Senior iOS Engineer at Nike

We will begin the evening with mingling and refreshments, and will start the panel at about 6:45 p.m. Cost for the event is $10 per person. A portion of your “Alexander Hamilton” ($10) will support financial aid for current students. Direct questions to the Office of Alumni Relations at 866-729-0319 or hamily@hamilton.edu.

Sorry, online registration for this event is closed. Please call the Office of Alumni Relations at 866-729-0314 to register or to be placed on a waiting list.

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Contact Information

Office of Alumni Relations

Anderson-Connell Alumni Center
198 College Hill Road
Clinton, NY 13323

Mon.-Fri.: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
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