Carnegie and Code/Design to Win
Carnegie is excited to be a part of the upcoming Code/Design to Win event at Communitech Tech Jam January 20-21, 2017 in Kitchener, Ontario. Its purpose is to connect “kick-ass companies” and qualified talent looking to work in the Waterloo region technology community.
The event includes two competitions that are geared towards those who love computer science, programming and/or design (UX/UI) and are attending one of the many participating universities. Students will be vying for their share of the $5,000 prize.
Carnegie will be on-site to support the tech community in Ontario but mostly because we’re looking for more than a few good men and women to be part of the Carnegie team in our Kitchener offices. We think this will be a great opportunity for us to connect with some of the best and brightest minds coming out of our universities, and much like the NHL draft, we’re looking to grab them early!
We’re even hosting the very first LEGOLYMPICS at this event. Come see us and compete with fellow students to see who can recreate a LEGO® set most accurately in the shortest amount of time! We’ll be having a blast and look forward to the opportunity of introducing grads to Carnegie.
Besides great pay, competitive benefits and a chance to work with some of the most respected people in the industry, here are some other cool reasons you should join our team:
Carnegie Technologies is a great place to work with awesome people, a creative and inspiring culture and great opportunities for learning and growth. We encourage great technical minds to come meet our team, discover our leadership and be a part of creating something great! For more information on the event by Communitech, click here. To apply to be part of the Carnegie team, click here or send a resume to [email protected].
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