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TECH JXN 2022 Event

Posted on September 15, 2021


 

TECH JXN 2022 WILL FEATURE CURRENT AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGY, CAREER PATHWAYS IN FILM, AND FUTURISM

This FREE event will educate the public on core aspects of T.E.C.H. – Technology, Education, Creativity, and Healthcare

JACKSON, Miss– The annual event will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursday, November 17, and Friday, November 18 at the Jackson Convention Complex

TECH JXN will focus on workforce and business development initiatives to educate citizens on the future of Work, Entrepreneurship, and Workforces, highlighting career opportunities in Jackson and beyond.

The City of Jackson presents TECH JXN 2022 in the heart of downtown Jackson! To register for this event, download the Whova app (Apple or Play store) or visit Techjacksonms.com for the full lineup of speakers and topics.

On Thursday, November 17th, come to be inspired and informed on Economic and Business development opportunities, including workshops on monetizing Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs), investing in Cryptocurrency, and how to start a Real Estate Brokerage or an e-Gaming company.

  • Are you thinking about starting a business? Sign up for the Pitch Competition for feedback and direction from seasoned business owners.
  • Want to be in the film industry? TECH JXN has a Film Academy featuring local industry leaders offering workshops on all aspects of film production – Cinematography, Creating Content for Television, Stunt Coordination, and much more!

Friday, November 18th, there will be a College Fair, a 1st Responders Career Fair (featuring JFD, AMR, JPD, and Capitol Police), a seminar on College Life curated by Jackson State University, Commercial and Residential Development workshops, and opportunities to engage with technological advancements from Lobaki, the Mississippi Coding Academy, and the Bean Path.

For more information, contact Mya Lee at 601-960-1856 or Mya.Lee@jacksonms.gov

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