Dakota Strike Career Expo 2020
Wednesday April 8, 2020

Every industry from energy to agriculture and unmanned aerial systems is being impacted by rapid technological changes. To help connect students with the jobs of today - and tomorrow - North Dakota has created the first multi-industry, technology focused career expo. This event is designed to help students be 'choice ready' in any career path and help ANY job seeker connect to dozens of employers across the state. Learn more about the Dakota Strike Career Expo and mark your calendar for April 8!

Focus Your Future

From agriculture to energy, unmanned aerial systems, and more, this multi-sector career expo will feature hundreds of career opportunities in North Dakota. Whether you are interested in pursuing a career after high school, or are on a college or military path, you’ll want to attend the state’s premier, choice-ready career expo.

Dozens of public and private sector employers:
   • Military and federal 
   • Energy, agriculture, healthcare, and unmanned aerial systems 
   • Vocational/technical fields
   • Computer science, cybersecurity and other IT career paths
   • Opportunities to participate in multiple on-site event games and compete for awards and prizes
   • And more!

Bring a focus to your future at Dakota Strike 2020 on April 8 at the Fargodome.

All job seekers and students in grades 7 – 12 and college welcome. Schools can register at this link.

Organizations interested in exhibiting at the event can register at this link. Additional information on sponsorship opportunities is available under the Sponsors tab.

This event is free and open to the public. Registration for individual attendees is not required.


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