MEET-IXD 2017

January 13th, 2017 | NEW YORK CITY

MEET-IXD is where enthusiastic professionals meet talented students to exchange ideas and connect over employment opportunities. Guests — who represent a range of companies from small startups to large brands — get together with students to explore intersections and let possibilities emerge. Traditional recruiting day it is not, MEET-IXD brings down the boundaries through a series of conversations about ideas that matter.

When

MEET-IXD 2017 kicks off with with portfolio reviews Friday morning, where you'll meet MFA candidates in interaction design who graduate in May 2017 or students available for internships between their first and second year of study. In this casual setting, you have the opportunity to introduce yourself and your company.

FRIDAY, January 13th, 10:00AM - 6:00PM

Attend


RSVP Inquiry

Limited space is available to attend by invitation only.

Open to interaction studios and companies. Not open to recruitment firms or talent agencies.

Students in Attendance

Where

MEET-IXD takes place at the interaction design studio at 136 W 21st Street, 3rd floor.

What else?

Who is it for?
Employers interested in hiring or engaging with graduates or current students in interaction design for full-time or part-time job opportunities and internships.

What will I do there?
Employers can become familiar with work and work process from current students, or request individual interviews with specific students that will take place over the course of the event.

Is it a job fair?
We believe that one-sided job fairs aren’t quite fair. Where once employers reviewed potential and appropriate students, students at MEET-IXD can also choose potential and prospective employers to meet with. It’s not just students who will discuss ideas that matter, but employers too.

Do I need to prepare for the day?
As an employer, there is nothing you need to do to prepare. Come along ready to discuss how you’d like to make ideas happen for your organization and how interaction designers can help.