Each semester, the Graduate Careers Connections (GCC) at the University of Colorado Denver Business School hosts several career seminar events as part of their Leadership Café Series. The next Leadership Café event, Mile High Tech, will be held on Tuesday February 19th from 5:30 -7:30 in the Laube Collaboration Commons on the fourth floor of the Business School building.

The event will include a panel of experts in from the high tech industry, who will share their personal career paths, company overviews, and information about the type of individuals that their organizations hire.

The panel includes:
• Adam Boushie, Google
• Monica Coughlin, State of Colorado, Governor’s Office of Information Technology
• Tony Mugavero, Galvanize
• Wes Sagawa, Arrow Electronics
• Thomas Wheeler, ClickFox

For more information and to reserve your place, visit goo.gl/tpZVv.

Technology is one of the fastest growing segments of Colorado’s economy. TechAmerica ranked Colorado second for high-tech business in 2012 and the state is first in growth in the startup job sector. The concentration of high tech jobs in Colorado is the third largest in the nation. While the high-tech industry is known for IT/IS positions, these organizations also hire every major business discipline and they are known for providing some of the most high-paying jobs in our state.

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