Carpe Diem at Softrams - Softrams

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Zara Ikram
March 2, 2021 248 views

Carpe Diem Event Details

Join us for our Carpe Diem event on Friday, 3/12/21 as we host our first virtual career fair happy hour. We will be bringing Softrams employees together with industry professionals to engage in some informal, casual networking where you can learn more about the company, our culture, and the work we do. Carpe Diem attendees will get priority follow-ups from our recruitment team.

You don’t want to miss the ultimate Softrams experience. Get an inside view of what it is like to work at Softrams and how we keep the good times rolling. Participate in games and fun activities to win prizes and see if you have what it takes to work at Softrams!

As Softrams continues to expand its workforce, operations and influence in the public and private sector, it is no surprise it is one of the fastest growing Digital Services firms in the Washington Metropolitan area and was named to the list of NXT UP firms poised to make big waves in the years ahead. This is just the start for us; stay tuned for more exciting news ahead!   

To register for Carpe Diem, visit https://www.eventbrite.com/e/carpe-diem-tickets-144007711943



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