Sunday, January 29, 2012

Out for Undergraduate Technology Conference

Hey everyone! Here is an excellent opportunity for undergraduates who want to work for big technology companies:

On Saturday, April 21, 2012, on the corporate campus of Facebook, the team behind the Out for Undergraduate Business Conference will host the Out for Undergraduate Technology Conference, a convention of LGBT students interested in working for computer science, ecommerce, and social media firms.

The Conference will facilitate networking opportunities with fellow students, industry leaders, and corporate recruiters. While attending panels, workshops and discussions, students receive an ‘inside’ view of the fastest growing companies in America through the eyes of their LGBT employees, all while developing strategies for managing and leveraging their identities in the workplace.

Our program will help participants:

  • Build fundamental business knowledge crucial to the interview process
  • Polish resume and interview skills
  • Network with LGBT professionals and students from other schools

OUTC will also serve as a high-impact recruiting pipeline into computer science, ecommerce and social media firms with sponsors like Facebook, Yahoo!, Google, Spotify, Microsoft, HP, Groupon, and more.

The Conference will be held Saturday, April 21st in Palo Alto, CA on Facebook’s campus.

OUTC admission includes air and hotel accommodations. The Conference application fee covers all conference meals, memorabilia, and events, and the fee will be refunded if a student cannot attend or is not admitted.

Freshmen, Sophomores and Juniors should apply as early as possible at to be exposed to tech careers in Coding, Development, Sales, and Programming while celebrating the individual they are. We are now accepting applications for the 2012 Conference, but registration ends on March 31st. More information can be found at

Please feel free to contact me with any questions or concerns.

Sincerely, David Tejeda

Baruch College OUTC Campus Ambassador

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