Thanks for visiting Academy Biznet of Colorado, headquartered here in Denver. Our group meets at 7 am every Tuesday morning at the Denver Tech Center Marriott Hotel, (Belleview and Syracruse - take the Belleview exit off I-25). We welcome all Academy Grads.

The purpose of the BizNet is to support the personal and professional goals of graduates of all the Service Academies through networking, job assistance, advice, and contacts. Members include active duty, personnel in transition to civilian life, and professionals in business fields such as engineering, finance, manufacturing, software, sales and marketing, real estate, telecommunications, energy, aviation, and many other areas.

The meeting format is flexible, casual, and supportive where each attendee is provided the opportunity to introduce themselves and give a little of their background. Normally, a member or guest speaker will provide a half-hour discussion on a topic of interest to the group. In addition, a key focus is the dissemination of leads, job opportunities, networking events, and contacts throughout the membership.

Join us! Who knows, you may bump into a classmate or long lost friend or even make the contact that launches your next career!

Note that the Roster link takes you to our Google.docs spreadsheet we are using to keep the roster. The Resume/Jobs link takes you to our LinkedIn group site. For questions pertaining to the Roster - please contact Dave Jackson. For questions pertaining to the LinkedIn site please contact Jim Burke.

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