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Homecoming Career Fair Still On -- With Changes

Oct. 24, 2020

In 2017, TCNewTech hosted its first Thanksgiving weekend event for boomerangs returning to Traverse City for the holidays. The intent was to introduce them to local employers to see what relocation back to the area could look like. The event is on again --  but with some tweaks to the formula.
 
For one, in deference to the coronavirus, the event is going virtual. This will also be one of nine regions across the state hosting a series of such virtual networking events. Back To Michigan will run Nov. 17-24, where those interested in returning to Michigan can speak directly with hiring employers.
 
The TCNewTech ReConnect Event will take place Wednesday, Nov. 18, from 3 to 7pm on the Brazen platform. Persons interested in moving back to Michigan from out of state, or current residents who are currently unemployed, are encouraged to register for this free event. If you are a job seeker looking for career opportunities in Northwest Lower Michigan, register here for the TCNewTech Reconnect Event.

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