UCSD Extension hosting career expo on March 22

Job options in high tech, biotech, healthcare tech and clean tech will be examined at a career development night that is part of the San Diego Science Festival.

The event will be held from 5 to 8 p.m. March 22 at the UCSD Extension Sorrento Mesa Center, 6925 Lusk Blvd.

Workshops on new and emerging trends in science, business, healthcare and digital arts will be offered along with job tips from industry professionals. Parking is free.

The lineup of 20 speakers will include Phil Blair, CEO of Manpower; Jack Farnan, VP of HR for Mitchell International; Julie Magnuson, president of the San Diego HR Roundtable; Chris Kelbaugh, Qualcomm Corporate Staffing; and Henry DeVries, assistant dean of UC San Diego Extension.
The event is sponsored by ESET and Life Technologies. For more information and to register: extension.ucsd.edu/careernight or
 (858) 534-8178.

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