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Non-Traditionally Trained Engineers in the Bay Area

Hosted by 100 Black Men of the Bay Area

Did you learn to develop apps or write code without a CS degree from a 4 year institution?

Have you been doing freelance work and would like to begin using your skills at a higher level?

Are you interested in computer programming and want to learn more about various opportunities?

If so, join the the 100 Black Men of the Bay Area on May 9th in Downtown Oakland as we host a forum and panel discussion for Non-Traditionally Trained Engineers in the Bay Area.

Connect with other programmers and build your network of collaborators. Meet with hiring professionals and diversity advocates to discuss career options at leading Bay Area tech companies. Learn how to properly differentiate and bolster your skillset for maximum marketability.

This event will be an interactive discussion and opportunity to make professional connections and create opportunities.

Light refreshments will be provided.

This event is open to all ages, races, and genders with attendance being free but registration is required here:

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