Career Talk at Portland State University

The following is the flyer that advertising the Halo 3 tournament, and my presentation about careers in technology.

I am ‘teh Fan-cay’. If you are in the area, stop by, play Halo 3, and listen to me talk. This sounds like it will be an interesting evening.

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COME ENJOY A DAY OF GAMING!

Portland State University and the Microsoft Innovation Center will be holding a Halo 3 tournament event at PSU on November 19th. Come and play XBoxes, win prizes, enjoy food and beverages, listen to Microsoft speaker, Thomas Willingham talk about careers in technology and learn what exciting courses your school offers in the world of gaming and development.

There will also be several X-Box 360’s for those who are not playing in the tournament to have a chance to play Halo 3, and other games.

When:

November 19th, 2007

Where

Portland State University, EB 325

Time

6:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Speakers will include

Sergio Perry, Microsoft Student Partner
Microsoft Technical Writer, Thomas Willingham

If you are planning on coming to the event, please e-mail wuchi@cs.pdx.edu with the subject: “XBOX event: <name> will attend”. This is just to give us a rough estimate of the number of people showing up.

See you there!

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  1. Career Talk at PSU Went Well « Thomas - Technical Blogger Says:

    […] 22, 2007 — Thomas Here is a quick email I received from Allison, who helped coordinate the Halo 3 event at Portland State and the fancy flyer. Thank you! You were, as usual, very informative, had everyone engaged and […]


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