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VetsinTech: The Invasion in Silicon Valley

13 Jan 18 @ 5:00 PM - 14 Jan 18 @ 9:00 PM UTC-8



The Invasion in Silicon Valley 

Education + Employment + Entrepreneurship

January 13th-14th, 2018

San Francisco, CA

Join us as we bring military Veterans
from around the country

into the heart of San Francisco
for a weekend of panel discussions, workshops, and networking with leaders from Silicon Valley’s
most innovative companies 


Confirmed Speakers Include:

Craig Newmark
Founder of Craigstlist 

L. David Kingsley
SVP Global HR Strategy @ Salesforce

Raj Shah
Managing Partner @ DIUx

Rick Howard 
Chief Security Officer @ Palo Alto Networks

Loree Draude
Head of Ads Help and Education @ Facebook

Daniel Savage
Head of Veteran Affairs @ Linkedin 

Please find full list of speakers HERE


 Participating Companies







The Invasion merges two worlds of military and technology.


  1. Veterans from around the country, in various levels of transition out of their military careers, will convene to receive opportunities for education, employment, and entrepreneurship in the tech industry.

  2. Technology Leaders, Investors, HR & Recruiters, Engineers, and others representing a wide variety of industries with a high-tech focus and communities, will deliver content and lead workshops covering topics for our veterans


This cross-section of military and technology worlds is what makes VetsinTech unique, and makes its first conference – The Invasion in Silicon Valley – a first of it’s kind event that creates opportunities for our military heroes from around the country to gain access to 2 days of opportunities in technology education, employment, and entrepreneurship.


We look forward to seeing you there! 


13 Jan 18 @ 5:00 PM UTC-8
14 Jan 18 @ 9:00 PM UTC-8
Event Category:


Galvanize San Francisco Soma
44 Tehama Street
San Francisco, CA 94105 United States


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