University of Southern California

Dive Into Silicon Beach
Event invites students to explore tech jobs in L.A.
November 6, 2013 • by News at Marshall

Are you curious to know what it takes to launch a career in high technology in Los Angeles? The Marshall School of Business and TechLA invite you to “Dive Into Silicon Beach” on Nov. 6 at 8 p.m. in the Edison Auditorium in Hoffmann Hall.

In an event open to all USC students, recent USC alumni working at L.A. startups — including General, Gobbler and Roozt — will talk about their experiences and offer advice. Tinder’s CEO Sean Rad and CMO Justin Mateen, both USC alumni, will speak about starting the fastest-growing dating service in the market. David Belasco, adjunct faculty member and co-director of the Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, will moderate the discussion.

TechLA was founded by and local universities, along with venture capital firms, incubators and accelerators, to connect students and graduates in math, engineering and other fields with opportunities at startups in Los Angeles.

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