During the first week of April, Transmetrics visited American University in Bulgaria (AUBG) twice – for the Career Day and for the 25th Annual Job Fair.
On Monday, April 2nd, Transmetrics team arrived at AUBG for a Career Day to talk about the company and to present the valuable insights on the best way to deal with the data warehousing and processing. The event started with an informal info session at “Aspire” Innovation Hub and was followed by the presentation on “Small Steps in Big Data: BA vs DevOps” led by Dimitar Pavlov (Business Analyst) and Tomislav Marinov (Software Developer). Over 25 students attended the event and several of them expressed a great interest in the company and career opportunities at Transmetrics.
Dimitar Pavlov and Tomislav Marinov
Picture Credit: Anastasia Garyainova, AUBG
The event was co-organized by Transmetrics and 2 AUBG clubs – The HUB and Business Club. At the end of the Career Day, the students had an opportunity to ask follow-up questions on the topic of the presentation and to engage in an informal conversation with the Transmetrics representatives over refreshments.
On Wednesday, April 4th, Transmetrics came back to AUBG for the 25th Annual Job Fair. This year, the event gathered a record number of 60+ employers including KPMG, Deloitte, Cargill, Sutherland, Mtel, Experian, Mondelez, MusalaSoft, Progress, European Patent office and many more. The companies were offering outstanding opportunities for AUBG students and alumni for full-time, internship, or summer employment and also provided person-to-person interviews.
Alexander Lapshin, Betina Georgieva and Tomislav Marinov
Transmetrics Team was happy to meet with students, to discuss the career opportunities our company has and to explain why our innovative predictive cargo planning solution is an important and integral part of logistics industry’s future.
Tomislav Marinov and Betina Georgieva discussing Transmetrics with one of AUBG students
About American University in Bulgaria
American University in Bulgaria is the first American-style, English language, liberal arts educational institution in Eastern Europe, which was established as a cooperative venture with the support of the U.S. and Bulgarian governments, the Open Society Institute, and the University of Maine>
Currently, around 1100 curious, committed and talented students from over 40 countries come together to live and study in a supportive and secure community that the university campus provides. World-class faculty members come from top schools in five continents to create an innovative and real-world learning environment that’s unique in Europe. Across arts, humanities, business and technology, AUBG students are free to choose their own areas of study and set their own curriculum.
AUBG students are recognized as inquisitive and compassionate leaders, creative problem solvers and responsible global citizens that have a reputation for success in their careers and in graduate studies, with many going on to the world’s leading schools and employers, and all being valued members of our tight-knit global network of alumni.