Apr 20 Business After Standard Hours (BASH) at Endicott College

Breaking into and Finding Techie Opportunities on the
North Shore

Hosted by: Talbok (www.talbok.org)

Description

Are you interested in lending your career expertise to undergraduates in STEM fields? Could your business benefit from a student intern? Would you like to learn more about the experiential learning program at Endicott? Are you interested in networking with colleagues and businesses with active internship programs?

The theme of this month’s Business After Standard Hours (BASH) networking event is STEM outreach – connecting North Shore technology businesses with future employees. The event will be held in Gully’s Pub at Endicott and include a panel presentation on breaking into the technology industry, roundtable discussion with students, and open time for networking.

Agenda:

Opening Remarks: Eric Hall, Dean, Internship/Career Center Endicott will open by saying a few words and giving a brief overview of the Endicott internship program

A few words from our host: Iris Stammberger, PhD, Founder and CEO, Talbok

Presenters:

  • Marty Farmer, PhD, President, CEO, and Founder, North Shore InnoVentures
  • Tom Kinneman, Vice President and COO, NorthShore Innoventures

    Roundtable Employers:

  • North Shore InnoVentures,Marty Farmer and Tom Kinneman
  • Talbok, Iris Stammberger, PhD, Founder and CEO, Talbok
  • EBSCO Information Sevices, Lee Francis, Web Client Development Manager
    Laxmikant Deshpande, QA Manager

  • New England Biolabs, Andy Gardner, Staff Scientistist
  • Prospective Research, Dakota Hamill,Co-founder and CEO
  • seqWell, Joe Mellor, Founder and CEO
  • Gary Magnant, Partner & CEO at Triple Sharp Venture Engineering

    Other companies to be announced at a later date.

    Location

    Endicott College
    Gully’s Pub
    376 Hale Street
    Beverly MA USA

    Date and Time

    Begins: 04/20/2016 05:30 PM
    Ends: 04/20/2016 08:00 PM

    Host:


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    TALBOK™ is the product of Dr. Iris Stammberger’s quest to understand effective decision-making in knowledge-intensive work environments. Dr. Stammberger, a cognitive scientist and management consultant, started her career as an engineer working in highly automated and technologically sophisticated environments where she experienced the challenges of complex decision making. Dr. Stammberger’s quest led her to explore the interdependence of the various domains involved in complex work — technology, people, tasks, projects, quality standards, processes, and knowledge demands — the skills and tools that support decision-making and the steps needed to improve performance and learning. TALBOK™ is the result of her decades-long exploration. This proprietary conceptual framework and methodology helps experts in the creation and implementation of performance indicators that guide their decision-making to achieve better performance. TALBOK™ has been successfully implemented by experts in a wide range of disciplines, in numerous organizations and institutions across the globe.

    About Dr. Stammberger

    Besides teaching at Lesley University and Bentley University, Dr. Iris Stammberger has been a management consultant for software companies, oil companies, utilities, transportation companies, higher education organizations, and governmental organizations. Dr. Stammberger holds an Interdisciplinary Ph.D. from Tufts University, a M.Ed in Psychology from Cambridge College, a MSEE from the Universidad Central de Venezuela and a BS in Electrical Engineering from Universidad de Carabobo in Venezuela. She founded the Learning Management Institute in 2007 with the aim of spreading TALBOK™ globally. Since then more than 5,000 professionals have been exposed to the TALBOK™ performance and learning framework.

    Cost:

    While there is no charge for this event, the NSTC asks that you register only if you plan on attending. Thank you.

    Fare

    Cash bar, appetizers

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    OnLine Registration

    Online registration closes at 5 p.m., the day before this event.

    While the Council greatly appreciates advanced registration for planning purpose, walkins are always welcomed, however, there is a $5 additional fee at the door.

    Please note: If you need to cancel, please email Bette Cullinan at nstcstaff@gmail.com. As most of you know, the NSTC is a non-profit – we pay our venue a per person price so your cooperation is greatly appreciated.

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