NYC Data Science April 2017 Hiring Partner Event

NYC Data Science April 2017 Hiring Partner Event

Posted by Drace Zhan

Updated: Apr 6, 2017

Hiring Managers and Alumni

Data Science graduates, hiring managers and alumni gathered on April 5th, 2017 to mingle amidst food and drinks.


Representatives from Google, IBM, Societe Generale, Conde Nast, MindShare, J.Crew, Merkle, JobRobin, Envisagenics, iHeartRadio, Blue State Digital, Carto, Celmatix, Selective Insurance, Work Market, 2U and many more were able to meet the eighth cohort from NYDSA's Data Science Bootcamp.


Alumnis, Linlin Cheng (2U) and Gary Ng (RocketMiles), from past bootcamp and course were also present, looking to evaluate the newest graduates as well.


Within three hours, business cards were exchanged, interviews were arranged and projects were demonstrated.  These projects can also be viewed among our student blog pages on this site as well.


If you want to join our June hiring partner party or have openings now, reach us at:  There are NO FEES to place our candidates! We are looking forward to supporting your data science talent pipeline and matching the best candidates with the right positions.

We host the hiring partner/student party every quarter, around the middle of Jan, April, July and Oct.

You can RSVP the next one at Eventbrite in June. We will have 40+ students who will be ready for hire in the end of June. Hope to see you in next party!

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Drace Zhan

Drace Zhan has honed the bulk of his communication skills by teaching math and reading skills to high school and college graduates since 2007. A whiz at translating abstruse concepts to easily understood terms, he entered the field of data science around the year end of 2016 and now joined NYC Data Science Academy as a Student Success Officer. He is a lover of code, cats, and quests for questions.

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