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Washington, DC (BlackNews.com) – Will Moss, founder of HBCUConnect.com, the largest portal and career site targeting the community of students, faculty and alumni of Historically Black Colleges and Universities, has announced a new partnership between with Microsoft, one of the world’s largest software and technology companies.

Members of the HBCU Connect team and Microsoft’s HR team will host a professional networking reception for experienced African American HR professionals in the DC/Maryland/Virginia area. The event will provide attendees with the opportunity to network with senior HR leadership within Microsoft (who is currently hiring), and also the opportunity to connect with their peers within the HR community as well as learn more about HBCU Connect.

This will be a very valuable opportunity for African Americans working in Human Resources to make new connections, expand their network, and explore new career opportunities.

Senior leaders that will be attending the event include the President of the DC, Baltimore and Richmond NAAAHR (National Association of African Americans in Human Resources) chapters, some of Microsoft’s senior leaders in HR, and Will Moss himself, CEO and Founder of HBCUConnect.com.


All Guests Must RSVP
This is an RSVP only event and space has been reserved for HR professionals with a minimum of 5 years’ experience at Virtue Feed & Grain in Alexandria, VA on Thursday, March 13, 2014. There will be an open bar and complimentary hors d'oeuvres provided for registered and confirmed guests. There will also be door prizes and a drawing for one lucky attendee to win a new Microsoft Surface 2 tablet!

To be considered for attendance, please RSVP online at:
www.hbcuconnect.com/microsoft/hr/?src=blackpr

All questions and concerns should be directed to event manager Aliya Thompson. She can be reached at 614-416-5522 or athompson@hbcuconnect.com.


About HBCUConnect.com
Founded in 1999, HBCUConnect.com is the first and largest media outlet targeted towards the Historically Black College and University (HBCU) community.  Boasting over 1.5 million registered members and encompassing a complete web portal, magazine, recruiting engine, social networking site, forums, blogs, news feeds and shopping, HBCUConnect.com serves the needs of HBCU aspirants, students, alumni, faculty and staff by providing a single destination and launching point for the entire diaspora. For more information, visit: www.hbcuconnect.com