Champagne Wishes & Inbound Business Dreams - 2014 is Here!

Happy New Year! 'Tis season of perpetual hope, setting your annual resolutions, and lowering your gym's CPD (Cost-Per-Day). It's also the time of year where college seniors start the daunting task of figuring out exactly what it is they want to be when they "grow up." As my parents once said, "The party's over."

Whether you're a student yourself, a parent motivating your kid(s), or even the fun aunt/uncle, we've got you covered. HubSpot is hosting an exclusive, one-day event for college seniors: Inbound Business Bootcamp.

Apply here: Inbound Business Bootcamp

The event is designed to introduce students to the modern business world. Classes will cover marketing, sales, operations, services, and finance. This is a great opportunity not only to explore business-focused career paths, but also to meet with local Boston-based companies (Acquia/myself included!) who will have open positions for college graduates come spring. It's a networking dream come true!

Here's what you need to know about the event:

  • When: Friday, February 7, 2014 (8:30 AM - 5:00 PM ET)
  • Where: HubSpot Headquarters in Cambridge, MA
  • Cost: There is NO cost, but you do need to apply!
  • Application Deadline: Tuesday, January 7, 2014
  • Application Form: Inbound Business Bootcamp

So, students, apply now, and parents, tell your kids! And remember that application deadline (January 7th!). You can also learn more on the Inbound Business Bootcamp FAQ page. I look forward to seeing you at the event!

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