Agile’s Lead Technical Recruiter Kim Angle Featured Speaker at Gwinnett Tech AITP Event
Agile Lead Recruiter partners with TAG and AITP to teach GT students about IT job searches
ATLANTA – Agile’s Lead Technical Recruiter Kim Angle was the featured speaker at the Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) Gwinnett Tech chapter meeting on Wednesday June 17 at the GTC Student Center.
At the AITP June monthly meeting at Gwinnett, Angle held a learning-based discussion with students where she focused on job search tactics, working with recruiters vs hiring companies, and contract vs non-contract strategies. The event was attended by Gwinnett Tech students who are interested in technology-based careers.
“It was great to have an opportunity to partner with TAG and the AITP GTC student chapter. I enjoyed working with the upcoming graduates and giving them advice on how to land that first job in IT,” says Angle.
Agile is an innovative IT staffing and consulting firm that speeds time to talent by matching great people to great opportunities, enabling our clients to drive business results and create competitive advantage. Agile has consistently been recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in the U.S. by Inc. Magazine, Staffing Industry Analysts and the Atlanta Business Chronicle. In 2014, Agile received the City of Alpharetta’s Business of Excellence Award. In 2012 and 2013, Agile was named as one of the fastest growing staffing firms in the nation by Staffing Industry Analysts. Agile was recognized with a 2013 Pacesetter Award and ranked # 8 in the Top Ten Fastest Growing Women-Owned Firms in Atlanta by The Atlanta Business Chronicle.
Founded by Tricia Dempsey in 2003, Agile is a values-driven organization committed to community involvement and charitable causes. Through Agile on the Green, the firm’s annual golf tournament, Agile has raised more than $270,000 for Komen for the Cure – Greater Atlanta Affiliate. Agile is a certified woman-owned business (WBENC). For more information, visit gotoagile.com or call 678-722-8200.
The Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) seeks to advance the IT profession through professional development, support of IT education, and national policies on IT that improve society as a whole. AITP is made up of individual chapters at major universities, including Gwinnett Tech. To learn more about AITP, visit them online at www.aitp.org.