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Neumont College of Computer Science was founded in Salt Lake City, Utah in 2003, to fill the growing national demand for industry-ready technology professionals by offering bachelor’s degree in three years that immerses students in a rigorous, project-based curriculum. This blog serves as a platform to publish and share, news, reviews, and stories from Utah's best kept tech secret. 

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Graduate with connections in the tech industry

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Each quarter, Neumont students and alums are invited to attend Tech Talks. These one-hour presentations during lunch provide students an opportunity to connect with developers, engineers, and hiring managers from across the country. This quarter, students will meet the following employers through Tech Talks:

 Students listen to the presenter from AdvancedMD as he shares his company's goals, culture, products, and tech stack. 

Students listen to the presenter from AdvancedMD as he shares his company's goals, culture, products, and tech stack. 

Tech Talks are just one way companies partner with Neumont and get to know our students prior to graduation. Representatives from tech companies are also invited to participate in Capstone Project Invitational and Project Showcase to watch students demonstrate their work. 

 Industry partners from companies like RizePoint, DealerSocket, and Workfront listen to 5 students demo their projects at Capstone Project Invitational. 

Industry partners from companies like RizePoint, DealerSocket, and Workfront listen to 5 students demo their projects at Capstone Project Invitational. 

Companies may also choose to partner with Neumont for Enterprise Projects. During these 10-week projects, students work on a tech team at a company to gain meaningful experience as they develop working software solutions. Students also gain meaningful experience as they build their portfolio and establish their résumé. This week, the DealerSocket team shared that a Neumont alumnus developed an API that was put into production within the first week of their Enterprise Project. 

 Student teams work to implement new software for DealerSocket at a hackfest. 

Student teams work to implement new software for DealerSocket at a hackfest. 

Companies also have the opportunity to sponsor hackathons, game jams, or coding competitions to engage students as well. 

If you would like to develop your network while gaining meaningful experience before graduation, complete your Application for Admission by Monday, March 26 at www.neumont.edu/apply

If you would like to get to know Neumont students through our industry partnership program, please contact Director of Corporate Relations Britta Nelson at brnelson@neumont.edu