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Edlio To Provide Career Services at Hello Future’s Career Fair and Expo

October 21, 2019

Edlio, LLC., a leading EdTech provider of website solutions for K-12 schools and districts, announced that they will be providing career services to LA youth at Hello Future, an event put on by The LA Promise Fund and YoMo’s Science + Tech Festival.


Edlio has been at the forefront of technological advancements in the K-12 landscape for almost a decade. They believe that technology has the ability to transform the way schools communicate with home. Their proprietary content management system (CMS) powers websites and communication solutions for over 10,000 schools across the nation.


“After attending the Girls Build Summit last year and being so inspired by the speakers, I knew we needed to come back this year,” said Edlio Chief of Operations, Anni Baghdasarian. “We’ve seen first-hand how organizations like these can create meaningful connections for these teens. Edlio has been a supporter of The Intern Project for years, with interns from all over Los Angeles coming to work at Edlio’s headquarters.


Hello Future (formerly the Girls Build Summit) is a two-day event on October 23rd and 24th. The mornings will be affiliated with Girls Build while the afternoons are sponsored by The Intern Project - an organization that has placed high school interns with Edlio in the past. Edlio will be participating in the full-day career fair and expo on the 24th.


It’s important that today’s young people realize that working in Tech and STEM can be cool and exciting,” continued Baghdasarian. “Our team is thrilled to share our EdTech knowledge with these future tech experts and to be stepping up our involvement this year!”


The Edlio team will host a table at Hello Future where they’ll be providing services like career advice, networking, and mock interview practice for high school students. They will also be handing out #empoweredbyedlio pins! To learn more about the event or to register, please visit: https://www.girls-build.org/hello-future.html.