Startup Career Fair, Tech Talk and Office Hours @ University of Illinois

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September 25 & 26, 2017

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Interested in Joining a Startup? 
Is a Startup Right for You?

Top startups offer amazing opportunities to work with dynamic teams on exciting projects, solving challenging problems. Roles where you can have impact and be part of something special.

ThinkB1G works with an elite group of San Francisco, Silicon Valley, New York and Boston startups seeking exceptional students & new grads to join their teams. Led by visionary leaders with disruptive, game-changing products, these companies offer opportunities to work with amazing people on exciting projects and technologies.

ThinkB1G will lead a discussion on what startups are looking for, the skills to develop to become a highly sought after candidate, and the best ways to communicate with companies.  We'll also dive into how to assemble the body of work & side projects that get startups the most interested & excited.  

At This Tech Talk:

  • Learn what it takes to land internships and full-time positions at high-growth startups

Discover:

  • What startups are looking for
  • The importance of project-based experiences
  • Key skills to develop and build while you're in college
  • Where to find opportunities
  • Best practices for engaging with startups

Where | When | Register

126 School of Information Sciences | 501 E. Daniel Street | 5:30-6:00pm  September 25, 2017 | Register

Reflections Projections Startup Career Fair: 

ThinkB1G will be at the Reflections Projections Startup Career Fair on Sep. 26 at the Thomas M. Siebel Center for Computer Science, 201 N Goodwin Ave. from 10:00am-4:00pm. Stop by our table to learn about the exciting opportunities for entry-level positions and internships in Silicon Valley, San Francisco, New York City and Boston.

Office Hours:

In addition to the Tech Talk and Career Fair, ThinkB1G would like to answer your start-up questions on a one-on-one basis. We will be hosting Office Hours on Monday, September 25 from 8:30am-5:00pm to at the Digital Computer Lab to meet directly with students for 15 minute meetings. We will take conversations directionally wherever a student would like to go, focusing on topics such as: is a startup right for me, what startups are looking for, what do I need to do to stand out, which startups have openings, how to connect with them, resume critique & feedback, etc. Reservations required.