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Our House is Open to you, SF and NYC. Come on Over!

By Emily Wilson • October 09, 2015

As our current cohort of bootcamp students finishes up week three, each has already begun one-on-one meetings with the Career Services team to start planning their career paths together. They're also anticipating the start of the Metis in-class speaker series, which began this week with analysts and data scientists from Priceline and White Ops, to be followed in the coming weeks by data scientists from the United Nations, Paperless Post, untapt, CartoDB, and the genius who mined Spotify data to determine that "No Diggity" is, in fact, a timeless classic.

Meanwhile, we're busy planning Meetup events in
New York City and San Francisco that will be open to all -- and currently have open houses scheduled in both Metis locations. You're invited to come meet the Senior Data Scientists who teach our bootcamps and to learn about the Metis student experience from our staff and alumni.


Metis New York City Open House
Wednesday, Nov. 4, 6:30 - 8:00pm RSVP


Metis San Francisco Open House
Thursday, Nov. 12, 6:30 - 8:00pm RSVP


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