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The it jobs fair

THE IT Jobs Fair

IT Futures

FOUNDATIONPromoting Social Advocacy on the Internet


It futures foundation promoting social advocacy on the internet

IT FuturesFOUNDATIONPromoting Social Advocacy on the Internet

  • Interviews

  • Sign-Up

  • Mergers and Acquisitions

  • Corporate Registration

  • Assignment of Sections


Interview period 12 15 1pm

Interview Period (12:15-1pm)

  • No “signing on” to companies permitted during this time.

  • Sign up for interviews

  • Follow interview schedule

  • Find a team you’re compatible with

  • Highlight your skills (as they relate to the course)

    • Writing

    • Debate

    • Social Analysis

    • Volunteer experience


Sign up period 1pm 1 10pm

Sign-Up Period (1pm-1:10pm)

  • Approach CEOs to see if you have an offer

  • Choose the team you want to be on

  • Sign only one corporate roster

    • (Or, if you change your mind, strike out your name from the first list before signing another.)


Mergers and acquisitions 1 10pm

Mergers and Acquisitions (1:10pm-??)

  • Team size (including CEO) must be

    • Minimum = 7

    • Maximum = 8 (*9 once all teams have 7 people)

  • If you sign the “last line” on a registration form, there is a chance you will have to be moved to another team.


Assignment protocol

Assignment Protocol

  • All students must be on a team

  • We reserve the right to reassign students in order to balance teams

    • Generally, this will involve the last name on each list

  • Students without a team at the end of the sign-up period will either be assigned by the section instructors to an existing team, or will be assembled into one or more new teams.


It futures foundation promoting social advocacy on the internet1

IT FuturesFOUNDATIONPromoting Social Advocacy on the Internet

  • Interviews

  • Sign-Up

  • Mergers and Acquisitions

  • Corporate Registration

  • Assignment of Sections

    • Please remain in the room!

    • You will be proceeding to you new sections today.


While you re waiting

While you’re waiting

  • As teams begin to assemble, you may wish to do the following:

    • Discuss which of the section instructors your team should choose as your ‘advisor’

    • Discuss RFP 1304, 1305, or 1306

    • Choose your team’s debate preferences


The it futures foundation executive board

IT FuturesFOUNDATIONPromoting Social Advocacy on the Internet

The IT Futures Foundation Executive Board


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IT FuturesFOUNDATIONPromoting Social Advocacy on the Internet

Atsushi Alexander

Principal benefactor and Chair of IT Futures Foundation Executive Board

Founder of Cyberscapes Corporation, which developed a high-speed, structural, third generation browser that became an industry standard. Beat out Microsoft and Google. Retired at age 38 to pursue IT-based philanthropy following a corporate merger with CBS-Verizon Multimedia. His net assets are currently valued at $251 billion.


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IT FuturesFOUNDATIONPromoting Social Advocacy on the Internet

Erik Magnusson

Member, IT Futures Foundation Executive BoardA former mining mogul from northern Sweden, Magnusson has redirected his efforts in recent years toward healing the land once destroyed by his activities. He established the Minex Group in 2004 in order to help the development of social programs aimed at enhancing technological literacy and education. His net worth is estimated at $52 billion.


It futures foundation promoting social advocacy on the internet4

IT FuturesFOUNDATIONPromoting Social Advocacy on the Internet

Dan LimonesMember, IT Futures Foundation Executive Board

Dan "1y1" Limones was the driving force behind anonymous peer to peer money sharing system "Carte Blanc" and Bitcoin contributor. Having made his billions on sharing his particular encryption software with the United States Government, he realized the damage that his sale of encryption technology has had on global activists throughout the developing world. As a result, he began VoxPopuli.Inc among other organizations to encourage digital literacy and activism through internet communication. His net worth is estimated at 15 Billion $US with rumors of substantial investments held anonymously. 


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IT FuturesFOUNDATIONPromoting Social Advocacy on the Internet

Michael Bootnik

Member, IT Futures Foundation Executive Board

Dr. Bootnick is a former homeless person hailing from the Seattle area. Rescued by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Dr. Bootnick became the executive assistant to Bill Gates before moving on to a PhD program in radio astronomy. Having spent time on the design team for an autonomous lunar excavation rover, he moved to San Luis Obispo to retire. He advises the non-profit organization, Yuri’s Night, which promotes science education and cross cultural understanding through the celebration of space exploration. 


It futures foundation promoting social advocacy on the internet6

IT FuturesFOUNDATIONPromoting Social Advocacy on the Internet

Seiji Akera

Honorary member, IT Futures Foundation Executive Board

A wise and honest master of Eastern philosophy. Still has some difficulty communicating his wisdom due to his limited language abilities.

Maybe by the time he’s one…

Accumulated Wealth:

“Wealth does not matter”


Jobs fair is open

Jobs Fair is open!!

  • Proceed to Lally 102


The it jobs fair1

THE IT Jobs Fair

IT Futures

FOUNDATIONPromoting Social Advocacy on the Internet


Interview period 12 15 1pm1

Interview Period (12:15-1pm)

  • No “signing on” to companies permitted during this time.

  • Sign up for interviews

  • Follow interview schedule

  • Find a team you’re compatible with

  • Highlight your skills (as they relate to the course)

    • Writing

    • Debate

    • Social Analysis

    • Volunteer experience


It futures foundation promoting social advocacy on the internet7

IT FuturesFOUNDATIONPromoting Social Advocacy on the Internet

  • Interviews[12:15-1pm]

  • Sign Up Period [1pm – 1:10pm]

  • Mergers and Acquisitions[1:10pm-??]

  • Registration / Assignment of Sections[???]


Note for ceos

Note for CEOs

  • Team sizes this year are 7-8 students

    • This includes yourself

    • You may add a 9th student once all teams have 7 students

  • Complete two copies of the registration form

    • One to submit during the corporate registration process

    • One for yourself

  • For now

    • Go through your stack of resumes

    • “Call backs” first

    • Then students will be invited to come to your table


Note for ceos1

Note for CEOs

  • If your team finishes the sign-up process early, use the time to

    • Discuss your preferences for TAs

    • Begin discussing the first RFPs

    • Decide on your debate preferences


Interview period 12 15 1pm2

Interview Period (12:15-1pm)

  • No “signing on” to companies permitted during this time.

  • Sign up for interviews

  • Follow interview schedule

  • Find a team you’re compatible with

  • Highlight your skills (as they relate to the course)

    • Writing

    • Debate

    • Social Analysis

    • Volunteer experience


The it jobs fair

(Feel free to go check out the ITWS Social/Lab Space upstairs)

(Lally 205)

However be back by 1:10pm

“Call backs” will begin then


Sign up period 1pm 1 10pm1

Sign-Up Period (1pm-1:10pm)

  • Approach CEOs to see if you have an offer

  • Choose the team you want to be on

  • Sign only one corporate roster

    • (Or, if you change your mind, strike out your name from the first list before signing another.)


Mergers and acquisitions 1 10pm1

Mergers and Acquisitions (1:10pm-??)

  • Team size (including CEO) must be

    • Minimum = 7

    • Maximum = 8 (*9 once all teams have 7 people)

  • If you sign the “last line” on a registration form, there is a chance you will have to be moved to another team.


Assignment protocol1

Assignment Protocol

  • All students must be on a team

  • We reserve the right to reassign students in order to balance teams

    • Generally, this will involve the last name on each list

  • Students without a team at the end of the sign-up period will either be assigned by the section instructors to an existing team, or will be assembled into one or more new teams.


It futures foundation promoting social advocacy on the internet8

IT FuturesFOUNDATIONPromoting Social Advocacy on the Internet

  • Interviews

  • Sign-Up

  • Mergers and Acquisitions

  • Corporate Registration

  • Assignment of Sections

    • Please remain in the room!

    • You will be proceeding to you new sections today.


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IT FuturesFOUNDATIONPromoting Social Advocacy on the Internet

WE ARE ACCEPTING REGISTRATION FORMS NOW…

  • Designate first and second choice for your section instructor (yes, they must be different)

  • Submit ONE copy of Appendix E to Dr. Akera

    • CEOs: You may keep the second copy

    • Extra forms are available up front

  • All team members, please wait here in the room.


Announcements

Announcements

  • RFP 1304 is due this Sunday, 8pm

  • RFP 1305 & 1306 are due a week and two weeks later, respectiely

  • Debate Registration

    • Begins at 2pm today; Ends on Sunday, 5pm

    • See flyer (or website) for details


Lab hours open

Lab Hours Open

  • Mon. 4-6pm Lally 104Bouchey

  • Tue.2-4pmLally 104Bigras 4-6pmLally 102 6-8pmLally 104

  • Wed.6-8pmLally 104

  • Thu.6-8pmLally 104Lyles

  • Sun.(as avail.)Lally 102


Lab hours protocol

Lab Hours Protocol

  • Each group that is

    • Submitting an RFP

    • Performing a debate, or

    • Turning in a draft of the final project (including project proposal)

      must attend a lab session with a section instructor before submitting their work

    • (Exception: Not required for RFP 1304)

  • You must email the section instructor of a specific lab session to make a reservation

    • Section instructors may limit the number of teams they are advising on a given date.

    • Further details will be sent to the CEOs


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IT FuturesFOUNDATIONPromoting Social Advocacy on the Internet

Erik Magnusson

Member, IT Futures Foundation Executive Board

  • Teams

    • >Benevia

    • Phi

    • Seismic Technology

  • Proceed to Lally 102


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IT FuturesFOUNDATIONPromoting Social Advocacy on the Internet

Dan LylesMember, IT Futures Foundation Executive Board

  • Teams

    • Blackbriar

    • Grindylow

  • Proceed to Lally 02


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IT FuturesFOUNDATIONPromoting Social Advocacy on the Internet

Michael Bouchey

Member, IT Futures Foundation Executive Board

  • Teams

    • >B.U.T.T.

    • >Infinitum

  • Proceed to Lally 104


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IT FuturesFOUNDATIONPromoting Social Advocacy on the Internet

Erik Bigras

  • Teams

    • >Silph Co (Mykola Smith)

    • >RtB (Catherine Hastings)

  • Proceed to Lally 02


Further instructions

Further Instructions:

  • If you are not a part of a team, please see me.


Assignment protocol2

Assignment Protocol

  • All students must be on a team

  • We reserve the right to reassign students in order to balance teams

    • Generally, this will involve the last name on each list

  • Students without a team at the end of the sign-up period will either be assigned by the section instructors to an existing team, or will be assembled into one or more new teams.


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