Archive for April 2019

Pizza My Mind Presented by Burlington Medical

Pizza My Mind on March 14th featured the return of Burlington Medical. Burlington Medical specializes in producing medical clothing, such as aprons, glasses, and caps, that protects from radiation.

The company prides itself on providing high quality custom products and service. The large majority of their products are custom measured for the customer to guarantee a comfortable fit. Most importantly, in addition to focusing on radiation protection from medical procedures such as X-rays, they also research preventative measures from pressure injuries such as bedsores. Future innovations and opportunities in infection control and and weight distribution for long term use are also being researched now.

Looking to apply? Innovation is the most important quality in a potential employee. New hires should also be humble, hungry for growth, and problem-solvers. Burlington is a market leader in its field and is seeking to double their growth in the next decade. Now is the the time to get in on the ground floor.

To learn more see their site below.
https://www.burmed.com/

Pizza My Mind presented by iDTech

On February 28, Pizza My Mind was hosted by ID Tech, led by Weston Lawrence. ID Tech runs technology based camps over the summer with the intent of teaching children and teens about various technologies. Programming concepts and early game design are major focuses for the camps.

Weston Lawrence leading the presentation.

Currently, they are looking to hire college students to work as instructors during the Summer.Instructors are required to lead a small class of children. The age range can be flexible depending on what ages the instructor prefers to teach and the chosen area of expertise. Instructors at the summer camps have the opportunity to meet coworkers and industry professionals which often leads to beneficial networking opportunities.

Although most of the time is spent inside the classroom. outside activities are encouraged. In addition, each camp has its own culture and recreational activities decided by the instructors. There are over 100 U.S. locations to choose from with potential to choose where to work. Travel opportunities are offered as well as competitive pay, internship credits, promotions, and lodging.
If you share the enthusiasm the presenters have for teaching and sharing your passions, then ID Tech may be the company for you. If you are interested, you can apply at idtech.com/jobs.

Instructors are required to lead a small class of children, age range can be flexible depending on preference, in the chosen area. Most time is spent inside the classroom but outside activities are also common and encouraged. Each camp has its own culture and recreational activities decided by the instructors as well. There are over 100 U.S. locations to choose from and there can be some choice of location for new hires when possible. Travel opportunities are offered as well as competitive pay, internship credits, promotions, and lodging.

If you share the enthusiasm the presenters have for teaching your skills then ID Tech may be the company for you. Instructors at the summer camps have the opportunity to meet coworkers and industry professionals frequently which often leads to new contacts. If you are interested
apply at idtech.com/jobs.