Start your work week with a night dedicated to your personal and professional advancement! Co-hosted by the #SheWoke Committtee and Rep. Yvette D. Clarke, “Black Women at Work BK” ensures that:
•Black women are connected to experts that can help jump start their business, including funding information and how to become a MWBE certified business
•All week long, rising and seasoned professionals can submit their resumes to explore careers in tech
•New relationships are created at our Speed Career Mentoring event
•Deeper relationships between policy makers, media and community are made.
Space is limited and you must register. Secure your seat today!
For more details, click here.
Interested in video marketing? Join us on Tuesday, November 29 at 6PM as the Young BK Professionals’ Tech Subcommittee launches #TechTuesdays at the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce. Learn how to create the five types of videos that will create the perfect sales funnel for a business on a minimal budget. (RSVP)
Our guest speaker, Jimmy Newson, is a digital content creator and internet marketer with 24 years of experience in the entertainment, marketing, and digital media arena. He has worked with local and national brands including NARAS, (Grammys), People Magazine, Gibson Guitar, Manhattan Chamber of Commerce, UMASS, St. Mary’s Foundation for Kids, and much more. His areas of expertise include video production, digital content creation, internet marketing and crowdfunding. For more information on Jimmy, visit www.JimmyNewson.com.
Join the conversation using #bkyptech and #techtuesdays.
OUR POP UP CLASSES ARE BACK!
This is so exciting. Tell your friends, colleagues, older adults, younger adults to join us every last Friday of the month for a digital literacy experience unlike any other. Get tech questions answered and more!
Want to know how to do, what? No problem. Join us with your “THINGY” and we will explore your device together. Please tell your seniors this is the opportunity they have been waiting for. Someone does have the time to sit with, talk to, laugh with, and teach how to do the “thing” they want to do.
Our mission is engage and facilitate both generations in communication via the use of technology. Our latest initiative is to connect 2 million.
To learn more, download the MAZii PopUP Digital Lit. Workshops flyer.
Click here to register yourself or someone you know for our intergenerational POP UP experience.
Apply now for Coalition for Queens’ Access Code program! Access Code is an intensive 10-month program that trains adults with no prior coding experience to become industry ready computer programmers and helps them get jobs at leading tech companies. These positions are in high demand with high-paid salaries—the most recent graduates’ income increased on average from $18,000 to $85,000. Apply by July 8th! http://c4q.nyc/ac-apply