TrustLogics hiring interns from UGA and Georgia Tech

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Happy to announce that in the last two weeks TrustLogics went to both UGA and Georgia Tech Spring Career Expos to hire interns. We’d like to give a big thank you to everyone who made it and we hope you managed to get a lot out of your day with us: making new contacts, become inspired and picking up some freebies! Both UGA and Georgia Tech have done a great job in organizing these career events and accommodating TrustLogics on a short notice.

 

Response has been overwhelming at both the events. Surprisingly we met with a lot of Data Science and Data Analytics background students at both the events. Out of the 86 students that we met at both of these events, more than 75 students qualify for one of the four intern positions that we currently have open. The biggest challenge that we have right now is to hire interns who are willing to join us immediately and not wait until summer!

 

As this is our first time ever attending University Career Expos, we like to learn from your experiences to make sure that each time our Expo presentation gets better and better. In order for us to do this, we would be delighted if you could give us some feedback. We will shortly be sending out some evaluation forms, but if you want to leave us some feedback now, please don’t hesitate to leave a comment below, use Twitter or Facebook.

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