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CSE Students attended presentation about Computing Careers at Raymond James

On March 19, 2024, over 120 USF Computer Science and Engineering students had a chance to meet with tech industry leaders and recruiters from Raymond James to hear a presentation about working at Raymond James and get some tips about their resumes. The event was hosted by the  Association for Computing Machinery Student Chapter (ACM) in the Engineering Building’s Hall of Flags. “We organized this event to give our audience an opportunity to learn more about Raymond James and connect with the representatives from the company,” said Fareeza Rahman, Outreach Chair of USF’s ACM.  “One of our consistent goals at ACM has always been to help our audience develop in their careers, not only through our technical workshops, but also by providing them meaningful experiences.”

“It was great to see that type of presence at this point in the academic year and that was time well spent by our team. Sophia Hower, the Raymond James Technology Pipeline Program Process Coordinator, and the student organizations did a great job with the planning,” said Evetta Davis-Hines, Manager of Technical Education at Raymond James & Associates, Inc. “A special thanks to Raymond James Technology leaders Jenn Frenck, Senior Vice President and Ted Vreeland, Director for taking the time to speak with the students. It is always a pleasure connecting with young minds that will help drive the present and future of technology to hear what is most important to them.”

This event was made possible by the Computing Partners Program.

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