KCITP Summer Happy Hour: Help us celebrate our 3 year anniversary!
Wednesday, August 3, 2011 from 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM (CDT)
Kansas City, MO
It's been an amazing journey so far for KCITP and we've appreciated your support so much! THANK YOU!!
Come be a part of the community & help us celebrate our 3 year anniversary @ our Summer Happy Hour!
Join us from 5:30 - 7:30pm on Wednesday, August 3rd @ The Waldo Well.
Conveniently located close to 75th and Wornall, it's just minutes away from OP, The Plaza and downtown!
This is a relaxed atmosphere, feel free to attend wearing business casual or just jeans & a t-shirt.
Why should I attend?
In addition to helping to celebrate this milestone, our happy hours are a great way to come connect with your fellow geeks and talk about the latest in technology trends.
Find a mentor! Meet a business partner to help you execute on that startup idea you've always dreamed of!
Build new connections!
This is an event you won’t want to miss, so make sure to register now (the number of tickets is limited)! The Well serves some great food, so appetizers are included with your ticket purchase!
The majority of the tickets are for technical practitioners only (non recruiters) that are members of the KCITP group on linkedin. We want everyone's participation, but due to the limited space, have dedicated a very limited # of spots for HR/Recruiters.
Register today, space is limited!!
When & Where
Kansas City IT Professionals
Open for membership on LinkedIn in July of 2008, KC IT Professionals (KCITP) is a grassroots IT focused community in the Kansas City area. Our organization is over 11,000 members, ranging from top executive level management and below, and encompasses a vast array of technology related skillsets.
Hundreds of corporations, small businesses and startups are represented by our membership.
We aim to build and strengthen the IT community in Kansas City in order to increase collaboration and encourage innovation.
KCITP organizes Kansas City tech events including Hack Midwest, Compute Midwest, Mobile Midwest , Hack & Tell KC and more. Additionally, KCITP created an educational initiative called The Disruption institute to teach how to learn mobile development.