|Winning Talent Together: Immigration Employment Strategies for the Future||
|Winning Talent Together: The Findings of the Compensation Survey||
|2021 LAUNCH Hosted by Fortyx80||
|Hire Up Prep Session: How to Present Yourself||
|Fall Virtual Hire Up: College Recruiting Event||
|2022 EDGE Women's Leadership Cohort||
"Winning Talent Together” is a Pittsburgh Technology Council program series focused on strategic talent initiatives, retaining & finding top talent, and best practices in human resources/talent recruitment in Pittsburgh.
"Tech Connect" showcases and brands your company’s one-of-a-kind atmosphere and corporate culture through a uniquely designed event experience
The Pittsburgh Technology Council presents "Hire UP", your #1 one place to find technology talent from across the Pittsburgh region!
Pittsburgh "TechFest" is a one-day June event where software development professionals from Southwestern Pennsylvania and surrounding areas will get together to talk and learn about perfecting their craft.
"EDGE" is the first women’s mentoring experience of its kind targeting mid-career professionals. Read the testimonials!
The "STEM Summit" is a one-day event each Spring designed to showcase the diverse array of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math related careers that are available in southwestern Pennsylvania.
"Three Rivers Educational Technology Conference" (TRETC) is the best opportunity all year for teachers and K-12 administrators and higher education decision makers in the Pittsburgh region.
For more information contact Marie Pelloni, Director of Talent Attraction and STEM Development at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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