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The Workforce & The Future – HR Technology in Hiring Panel
November 10, 2016 @ 8:00 am - 9:30 am
The Workforce & The Future
HR Technology in Hiring #HiringTech
The Georgetown McDonough Ambassadors are bringing together a panel of some of the hottest HR Tech companies of today, with a specific focus on hiring. We’ll be discussing how technology is affecting all aspects of the hiring process including job discovery, company exploration, candidate screening tools, application management, and employee life-cycle management.
- 8:00am-8:15am: Registration, Breakfast & Networking
- 8:20am-9:15am: Panel + Q&A
- 9:15am-9:30am: Closeout & Networking
Alex Cavoulacos (@), co-Founder & COO at The Muse (@dailymuse)
The Muse is the most trusted career destination for Millennials and beyond, helping over 50 million people every year answer the question, “What do I want to do with my life (and how do I get there)?” through expert advice, online skill-building classes, job opportunities, and behind-the-scenes video profiles of what it’s actually like to work at companies like Facebook, Dropbox, HBO, The Gap, and Goldman Sachs.
Adam Goldstein (@adamgoldstein13), co-Founder at Vettery (@)
Vettery is a trusted hiring marketplace built to help people find their dream job. They take the best from the recruiting and technology worlds by connecting employers and talent through a curated marketplace of vetted candidates.They came together to change the recruiting landscape, celebrate Monday mornings, and help everyone find a job they love.
Daniel Chait (@), Co-Founder & CEO at Greenhouse (@Greenhouse)
Greenhouse gives leaders the power to change their organization and deliver outstanding results through better hiring. The software goes above and beyond applicant tracking, providing a comprehensive recruiting performance improvement system. It automates and measures all your sourcing activity (social media, referrals, job boards, in-person events, meetups, campus recruiting, etc.). And Greenhouse improves your team’s interviewing skills with all-in-one “interview kits” that bring together all the information you need into one simple web page.
Liz Wessel (@lizwessel), Co-Founder & CEO at WayUp (@WayUp)
WayUp connects students with part-time, internships, and full-time entry-level jobs for recent grads. Businesses post a job to a targeted audience of students at any US college, and students can browse through jobs and apply for free.
TTL fosters iteration, validation, and acceleration of talent acquisition technology by connecting early stage companies with forward thinkers in the industry.
Space sponsorship for this event has been graciously provided by:
Breakfast sponsorship for this event has been graciously provided by:
Participating Schools & Alumni Organizations
- Georgetown McDonough Ambassadors
- Venturing Hoyas
- Georgetown University > Georgetown McDonough School of Business + Georgetown University Law Center + Georgetown University School of Foreign Service
- Georgetown University Professional Alliances > Georgetown University Wall Street Alliance
- Startup Hoyas
- Georgetown Entrepreneurship Alliance
- Georgetown Club of Metropolitan New York
- Virginia Club of New York
- HackCville / Wahoowa
To learn more about the Alumni Breakfast Series and various Georgetown alumni networks and alliances, please visit: http://gubreakfastseries.tumblr.com/
To learn more about the Virginia Club of New York, please visit: http://uvanyc.org
For questions or more information, please contact the following:
- Katharine Albritton | 212.704.0884 | email@example.com
- Scott Howard | 804.387.9208 | firstname.lastname@example.org
The Georgetown University Breakfast Series is FREE to ALL Georgetown University alumni, partner alumni groups, and friends. The events are small, private affairs for university alumni in business, finance and law. The purpose of the breakfast series is for university alumni to meet and network with other professionals and alumni active in the New York area.