Shaping the future of technology
You are new in town and ambitious to take charge of your career. Others sit back and wait for their bosses to move on so that they can move up; you’re too hungry for success to wait around. Instead, you find the largest technology, networking organization in the Southeast, so that you can swap ideas with your peers as much as you swap business cards.
At TAG Young Professionals, we bring in top talent to share their experiences and offer guidance and inspiration to you. Our society covers topics such as: mentorship, resume tweaks, effective networking, where to give your time outside the office, and more. You will have the opportunity to speak with Directors, VP’s and C-level executives about their path to the top and how it translates to you.
TAG Young Professionals is here to help you develop your career and expand your horizons, while making lasting friendships along the way.
- To create a place where self-motivated technology professionals can join each other in an environment that fosters networking and the exchange of ideas.
- To aid your professional development by giving you the tools and guidance necessary to get everything you can out of your career.
- To bring top technology executives to TAG Young Professional’s events, so that they can find their company’s next rock star.
Kelly Schmalz Evans
Recent Young Professionals News
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Emory-Sponsored Event Makes Call for Startups Seeking Funding between $750 Thousand and $5 Million; Applications Close March 31st
Can You Hear Me Now?
Entrepreneurs with breakthrough solutions that encourage older adults to use hearing aids have until February 25, 2020, 11:59 p.m. PST to enter the “What’s Next Innovation Challenge” sponsored by AARP Innovation Labs and produced by Mary Furlong & Associates. Finalists will present their products or services at the “What’s Next Longevity Business Summit” on March 26, 2020 at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta. Winners will participate later this year in the national competition in Washington, D.C. for a $5,000 award and an AARP Innovation Labs partnership.