How to Pivot into a Career in Tech at Any Age [On Demand Webinar]
Want to pivot into tech, but just don't know how? Join our webinar with Alicia Carr, self taught iOS developer and Director of the Atlanta chapter of Women Who Code, to find out!
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During the webinar, Alicia will share how she taught herself how to code at age 50 and the tools she uses to stay motivated and overcome obstacles that ultimately lead her to be featured in a huge campaign by Apple.
She'll also give us a product demo of her domestic violence advocacy app, Pevo.
This seminar covers:
- Motivation & Perseverance
- Discipline as a Self Taught Developer
- Managing Self Doubt
- Turning Negatives Into Positives
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Meet Michelle Baker, a technical recruiter at Surescripts. She shared her top tips for applying to Surescripts.
Get a behind-the-scenes look at the company's interview process, culture, and values, and learn how you can best prepare for interviews!
To learn more about Surescripts and their open roles, click here.
A five-step framework for addressing systematic racism at work
The world has changed in the past few weeks.
We're watching corporations and organizations across the world come out in support of Black lives in droves. Many of those organizations are doing so for the first time in their history.
Jasmine Harvey is pursuing her MBA while working full-time as a buyer for Viasat, a global communications and satellite internet company. Balancing home, work, and school while maintaining a 3.9 grade point average has been quite a challenge. Jasmine had a perfect 4.0 until she took one of the hardest classes in her program, Managerial Economics and Global, during this COVID pandemic. She finished a full 15 percentage points above the class average, but was still 0.6 points away from an "A".