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Need a Job? Here's How to Get One at an Entrepreneurial Company

Thursday, August 20, 2009
Posted By Chris Mather
You might have read my blog post from a few weeks ago, about the JumpStart TechLift Advisors' panel discussion directed toward current college students and recent grads, entitled "Starting Your Career at an Entrepreneurial Technology Company". The event featured CEOs from two small, entrepreneurial companies, Ron Zieske of Heat Seal, and Andy Sherman of Powdermet/Mesocoat, along with Megan Mealy, head of college recruiting at Rosetta. The panel was rounded out by three recent grads who are now working in entrepreneurial environments: Jeff Bargiel (Case Western) who is in business development at PhyCal, Liz Mather (Stevens Institute of Technology), a Product Manager at US Endoscopy, and Leslie Matt (University of Akron) who is a Marketing Coordinator at Knotice. Halley Marsh of NOCHE moderated the panel.
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Helping Recent and Soon-to-Be Graduates Find Jobs

Thursday, July 30, 2009
Posted By Chris Mather

Everyone knows that we are in tough economic times right now. Perhaps no group is feeling this more than college students -- particularly recent graduates or those anticipating graduation in the next few years. News reports consistently say that 2009 has shaped up to be the worst job market for new grads in years. On the other hand, a recent NorTech report said that high technology is one of the very few sectors in Northeast Ohio that is adding jobs. It is common knowledge that job growth acr...

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Free Money, Filling Your Talent Pipeline and Investing in Our Youth…What Could Be Better?

Tuesday, March 10, 2009
Posted By Chris Mather
Wouldn't it be great if you could achieve all of the above in a single action? I know...I know...the "free money" thing first got your attention, but we can all agree that these are all important and good things. So, how do you do it? By using the various subsidized internship programs that are available to entrepreneurial technology companies in Northeast Ohio, that's how.
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