Are you looking for exciting opportunities to supercharge your career?
Come see what your future may hold in store at Project>Login’s second annual meetup for UNE students.
- Thursday, November 2, 2017, 4:30-6 pm
- Biddeford campus, Ketchum Library, St. Francis Room
Learn how you might be a good match for high-demand, well-paid jobs, including paid summer internships in many different industries, even if you don’t think of yourself as a tech geek.
Why is this important?
Digital innovations — from smart phones and apps, to social media, the Internet, and sensors in our homes and in our clothes — are transforming our world at a breathtaking pace.
No matter your current area of study or work, these digital, computing, and information competencies are in demand, across industries and careers.
Take a look at the many ways Digital Sciences, including Computer Science, are changing everything we do, every day:
Why should I go?
Professionals from leading Maine businesses, organizations and government agencies are interested in meeting students with varied abilities — critical thinking, creative problem solving, collaboration, and communication — as well as digital skills.
They hire dozens of paid interns each summer to do real work, and many continue on after the first internship. Nationally, over 70% of interns receive an offer for continuing work, and over 85% accept.
Employers will join us at the Project>Login meetup and they want to meet you.
What is Project>Login?
Project>Login is a business-led campaign to increase Maine’s network of digital, computing and information technology professionals. Project>Login brings together employers, professionals, and students to make connections between campus and career.
The demand for professionals is so great — and the need for diverse skills so critical — that Project>Login employers are seeking people who may not see themselves as tech geeks, but who can translate their problem solving and critical thinking skills into digital products and services that help clients, colleagues, citizens, and customers thrive.
That’s why Project>Login employers visit colleges and universities every fall: to help more students learn about these exciting jobs.
How can I learn more?
To find out if one of these professions (or a related career) might be right for you, visit Project>Login’s career finder.