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Monthly Mentorship Night: Hosted by Meta+ Lab!
Join us for our monthly mentorship night, a networking mixer where tech industry professionals volunteer to answer your questions and share their wisdom! NON-TECHIES AND TOTAL BEGINNERS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME! You don't have to work in tech to attend our events. Meta+ Lab will be hosting our November mentorship night at their awesome Northridge office! - A release of liability form required for everyone attending this event We run this event every month at a different location, with Girl Develop It LA and Learn Teach Code. ================== What to bring: ================== - (Optional) Your laptop, if you want to get some hands-on coding help! - You’ll get the most out of this event if you come prepared with questions to ask! (Anything from career advice, code-specific questions, comparing tools/technologies/languages, advice on learning to code, etc.) ================== Agenda: ================== - 6:00pm: Refreshments and networking (yay, let's be social!) - 7:30pm: Mentors will introduce themselves; community announcements. - 8:00pm: Networking time with ice-breaker prompts; break up into small groups to chat with mentors. - 9:00pm: Wrap up ======================== Sign up to be a mentor: ======================== Already working in tech? Want to be a mentor to share your experiences and answer questions from a diverse group of beginners? Sign up to be a mentor here: =========================== Parking and directions: =========================== See all info (with photos) here: - Street parking is available around the neighborhood. ======================= Our sponsor and host: ======================= Meta+ Lab (Matador Emerging Technology and Arts Lab) is an academic unit of the CSUN Computer Science Department. It is focused on training students across various majors in the competitive field of web development. The primary activities of the lab involve the development of mobile-responsive web applications using the Agile Scrum Framework in an interdisciplinary start-up environment. ====================== *** All attendees are expected to abide by the Girl Develop It Code of Conduct:

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9423 Reseda Blvd - Unit A · Northridge, CA


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