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Saturday, Oct. 22

Hula Lakeside Tech Campus
50 Lakeside Ave., Burlington, Vermont

Job Fair/Expo
(10 a.m.-3:30 p.m.)

Keynote + Reception
(4‑6 p.m.)
We will be filming the keynote and publishing it online after the event.

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Attendees at the 2021 Vermont Tech Jam

Vermont Tech Jam is an annual career and tech expo, organized by Seven Days, that showcases some of Vermont’s most innovative companies. This year’s event takes place at Hula, a coworking campus on the Burlington waterfront.

Since 2008, each Tech Jam event has attracted hundreds of job seekers, career changers, tech professionals, college students, enthusiasts and anyone eager to learn from and connect with Vermont companies.

Ready to make connections?

Meet local recruiters, discover new opportunities and network with other tech professionals. At the keynote, hear about the collaboration between John Abele, cofounder of medical device company Boston Scientific and Sarah Kalil, CEO of Vermont-based CoreMap, which is developing new tools to help doctors treat atrial fibrillation.

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Keynote Presenters

John Abele

John Abele

Inventor, disrupter, co-founder of medical device company Boston Scientific and FIRST Robotics community board member

Sarah Kalil

Sarah Kalil

Cofounder and CEO of Vermont-based CoreMap, a startup that’s developing a technology platform for cardiac electrophysiology mapping of atrial fibrillation

We’re gathering again — at one of the most beautiful places in Burlington.

Located on the shores of Lake Champlain, Hula is a technology-driven coworking campus, business accelerator and venture capital fund focused on elevating Vermont-based start-ups and entrepreneurs.


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Looking Back at 2021…

The Vermont Tech Jam career and tech expo, returned to Burlington on Saturday, October 23, 2021. The weather was perfect, and so was the timing. Dozens of employers came to Hula with open jobs to fill.

Roughly 1,000 mask-wearing Jammers wandered through the former oven factory to talk tech including job seekers, college students, entrepreneurs, FIRST robotics coaches and teachers — including Karen McCalla, the recently announced Vermont Teacher of the Year. Exhibitor space sold out; so did the afternoon session.

The Tech Jam concluded with a keynote presentation featuring Beta Technologies founder and CEO Kyle Clark and Beta’s first customer, Martine Rothblatt, CEO of United Therapeutics. They spoke to a standing-room-only crowd about their unique partnership, and where they see Beta going over the next few years. 

Watch the 2021 keynote

Thank you to our hosts at Hula, to our community partners and to the exhibitors for making this one of the best Tech Jams ever. Looking forward to Jamming again in 2022!

I love Tech Jam!

Kylin Willis and Jabez Boyd

Our growing company, Biocogniv, leverages artificial intelligence to tackle sepsis, the leading cause of in-hospital death in the United States, as well as other acute conditions before they become irreversible. Our offices are in Burlington’s Hula coworking campus and when we found out the 2021 Vermont Tech Jam was happening here, we knew we had to participate.

Exhibiting at the Tech Jam paid off. We were fortunate to meet Kylin Willis, a biomedical engineering student from the University of Vermont, who stopped by our office to learn about Biocogniv. Not long after, she started as an intern and is now our latest full-time hire. We are thrilled to have her on the team and glad we were able to keep a recent graduate turned young professional in Vermont.

Our team is looking forward to the next Tech Jam at Hula in October.

Jabez Boyd
COO, Biocogniv Inc

Martine Rothblatt and Kyle Clark

I’ve attended as a job seeker and as an exhibitor on behalf of my employer, VEIC.

At my first Tech Jam, I was considering a career change into data analytics. The event gave me a chance to chat with recruiters and professionals in the field. Everyone I met was more than happy to offer advice and encouraged me to apply for jobs once I felt ready. I still remember having some great conversations with people from two companies that I hadn’t even been aware of previously: Greensea and MicroStrain (now Parker LORD). A couple years after my first visit to a Tech Jam — and after taking much of the free advice I got there — I found a position with VEIC that has been more satisfying than I could have expected.

In the years since, I’ve attended on behalf of VEIC. The Tech Jam is a great way to connect with people from all different fields — it’s surprising how often people in very different industries are facing analogous problems in data analytics. This event is a rare opportunity to meet people from a wide range of local companies all under the same roof. I look forward to it every year.

Mike Fink
VEIC energy data analyst

Jammers Unite!

Jammers Unite!

Job Seekers

Looking for work? Speak with recruiters from dozens of local tech companies looking to expand their teams. Update that résumé and start researching the companies you want to connect with. It’s time to get back in the ring.


Step away from the computer and chat with humans IRL. It’s rare to find so many like-minded individuals under one roof, so come connect with them and learn what they’ve been up to. You could come away with an awesome new idea or some help for that next big project.

Teachers & Parents

Plumber, doctor, artist and chef are all great career choices, but what about inventor, scientist and engineer? Bring your students to Tech Jam to show them future career paths they may not have known existed — especially in Vermont.

College Students

Looking for a job? Internship? Get that résumé up to date because dozens of local companies working in tech will be at the Jam and are ready to meet you. So go iron that button-down shirt and practice — you’ve got this!

Vermont Information Processing
Norwich University
Vermont Technology Council
HPI - Health Plans Inc.
Data Innovations
Coldwell Banker Hickok & Boardman
Mascoma Bank
Seven Days
Vermont Technology Alliance
Vermont Aggency of Commerce and Community Development
Vermont Biz

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