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Attention MIS, Computer Science & Computer Engineering Majors!

Digital Mixer

Please join us at Wright State University February 20, 2014 from 4:30pm to 6:30pm for the Digital Mixer.

This one of a kind networking event brings together students, faculty, and information technology professionals. The Digital Mixer is a great opportunity for Greater Dayton's future information technology workforce to connect with regional information technology employers.

Employers, if you need to attract new talent then do not miss the Digital Mixer. This is the only networking event exclusively for IS/IT related majors. Registration is free. So register today.

For more information contact Russ at 937-229-0054 or email: rbennett@technologyfirst.org  or check out the website.

Here is what past attendees have said about the event!

"The Digital Mixer provides an excellent forum for networking with IT professionals in the Greater Dayton area. It not only allows students to assess what skill sets employers are looking for, but it also is a great opportunity for them to showcase their ability. Because of the Digital Mixer, I obtained my first internship in the IT space with a well-respected local company. The internship turned into a part-time job that lasted over two years. I learned invaluable lessons, acquired essential IT skills to differentiate myself from my peers, and built a foundation for my career. I highly recommend the Digital Mixer as a way for any student looking to a get a head start on their future."

- Sarah Vidmar, University of Dayton alumna, employed as IT Staff Auditor with Fifth Third Bank.

"In winter of 2010, I attended the Digital Mixer at Wright State University where I became acquainted with some folks from a local company that specializes in software development and logistics improvement through the use of RFID technologies. I sent them a copy of my résumé and a few weeks and two interviews later, they offered me a co-op position. I worked as a co-op for them for the rest of my undergraduate college career and upon graduation they offered me a full time position as a junior software developer. Participating in the Digital Mixer provided me with an opportunity to gain invaluable hands on experience and ultimately led me down the path to the career I am now pursuing and I would recommend attending the event to any and all students looking for local internship and/or career opportunities."

- Amanda Hess, MIS major, Wright State University.