We’re Having an Open House!

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DPP will be hosting an Open House for IT professionals on Thursday, Feb. 2nd, also known as Groundhog Day.  What does Groundhog Day have to do with IT professionals? Not much really. However, if you feel like your job has been in a long cold winter, and you’re ready to get out from behind its shadow, this Open House might be just the thing to help you climb out of your hole.

We’re looking for qualified technology professionals who are interested in furthering their careers, working with some of the best employers in the Southeast, and gaining valuable experience. Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work in a fast-paced, matrix environment? This could be your opportunity to find out.

Maybe “face-paced, matrix” is not your cup of tea. Perhaps you’d like to experience working with a small, tight, entrepreneurial team instead. The choice is yours– What do you envision as the next step on your career ladder?

Learn what it means to be an Information Technology Consultant. We invite you to bring your resume and talk with our recruiters.

Not ready to make the leap into consultant work? Not a problem. We also place technology professionals in a wide variety of direct hire positions.

If you’re a software developer, network technician, project manager, business analyst, software tester, systems administrator, desktop support technician… the list is quite long… we invite you to come to our Open House–and to bring a friend.

Join us on Thursday, Feb. 2, from 5 to 7 pm at our offices at 3741 Landmark Dr., Suite 200, Columbia, SC (directions). You bring your resume, and we’ll provide the refreshments.

And, if you think you will be able to join us, please let us know. We look forward to meeting you!

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