Today Intel will join 12,000 MBA and business professionals in Los Angeles, California for the 32nd National Black MBA Association conference. We have a mighty team of 30 employees traveling from near and far representing a broad range of organizations, departments and disciplines attending for professional development and networking, as well as, enthusiastically searching for future rock stars to join the Intel team!Our recruiting team members will be at the Career Fair on Thursday and Friday and are looking for strong Finance, Marketing and Material candidates! Is brilliance inside you? If so, come meet Intel’s team of rock stars at booth #1731 located between Minnesota Blvd and Peachtree. We’ll be conducting onsite interviews so be sure to bring your resume! For a peek at our available jobs or if you can’t make it to the conference, visit www.intel.com/jobs, create a candidate profile and apply to jobs that interest you and match your skillset! We’ll be tweeting from the event, so if you’re not already, follow us @Intel_Diversity! It’s going to be an exciting week! See you in LA!
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