Coming this December 13rd-14th

About Tech Career Days

Tech Career Days (formerly known as IT Career Week) is an annual 2-days tech jobs fair organized by IT Society MMU Cyberjaya that aims to address the needs of startups and tech companies to find tech talents while at the same time help students secure internships, full-time or freelance jobs as well as explore possible career paths in the future.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the resume submission portal?

The resume submission portal is where students can upload resume to get advices from Tech Career Days volunteers. Approved resumes will be available for employers to view before the event, hence allowing students to get contacted by employers before the event. The rules(do not apply to freelancers) can be found here.

After the resume submission portal is open, all employers will be able to view pre-screened students' resumes to find suitable canditates and contact them before the event.

What's the target audience?

From what we learn earlier this year, we are expecting to see about 600-700 students, mainly but not limited to penultimate and final year students doing degree in computer science. We do welcome others from diploma, postgraduate in IT, as well as those from other faculties to check out the event. Detailed statistics and breakdowns are available in our proposal.

What are the activities that's going to happen during the event?

- Students-employers interaction
- Networking lunch (get together session where lecturers, committees and employers sit together and have discussion)
- On-the-spot interview
- Resume clinics
- Lucky draws

How much is the admission fee?

It's free of charge for students. However, we do charge minimum fees for employers. IT Career Week is 100% non-profit student-run event. As such, we will need your help and contribution to make the event possible.

What would happen should there is excess in the contribution from sponsorship?

If there is any, we will channel the excess to fund our future workshops, tech talks, codelabs, barcamps, etc.