The first ever Technology Island Job Fair will feature some of the largest technology firms, offering more than 100 jobs to qualified and talented tech job seekers, at the Cradle of Aviation Museum in Garden City on Thursday, June 11.
This free private sector job fair – hosted by Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano and the new Nassau County Tech Task Team (co-chaired by officials from LaunchPad Long Island) – will host more than a dozen local tech company employers seeking to fill positions.
These companies include: GlobeComm; Zuznow; SVAM; EC Infosystems; WebAir; CleverSpider; eGifter; Custom Computer Specialists and Flight Partner.
The Technology Island Job Fair is FREE for companies looking to fill Tech-related positions and FREE for Tech job seekers. There is no charge for admission and parking is free.
“My administration remains committed to helping residents find meaningful employment opportunities as well as helping local employers recruit qualified employees,” County Executive Mangano said. “We created an event that benefits the Long Island tech community and allows companies of all sizes the opportunity to directly recruit from Long Island’s talented pool of software engineers, UX & UI designers, growth hackers, iOS developers, data scientists, web developers, digital marketing and beyond
For more information or to participate as a vendor, please visit http://www.TechnologyIsland.com. Sponsorships are also available.
Again, the one-day Tech-Focused job fair will be held Thursday June 11, from 10am to 2pm at the Cradle of Aviation Museum, Charles Lindbergh Blvd. in Garden City.
“I applaud the work of my Tech Task Team and our business partners for participating in the Technology Island job fair which is expected to draw thousands of job seekers,” County Executive Mangano said.
Exhibiting companies will have unprecedented access to talent from Long Island’s top computer science students from Hofstra University, NYIT, Stony Brook University.
The new Nassau tech team formed a Public/Private Partnership, with Nassau County, to help promote Long Island as one of the top Innovation Regions to go to start, move and build technology companies.