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Thales Usa Inc.

Virtual Lunch & Learn with Women Leaders at Thales

Are you a Software Engineer, Systems Engineer or Custom Program Engineer and would like to join the webinar? Then, please email us at hi@powertofly.com for an invitation.

Thales creates advanced technology systems that make the world a better place to live in, especially if you love to travel. Want to learn more about Thales, including what they are looking for in new team members? Then please join PowerToFly at our invite-only virtual Lunch & Learn with Jilene Frost, Senior Technical Recruiter at Thales.

Join us for our virtual Lunch & Learn on Thursday, August 16th from 12pm to 1pm ET (9am to 10am PT). You will receive a separate email in your inbox with the Zoom Conference link to access the call by phone or computer.

Even if you've never heard of Thales, you've probably used their technologies in one way or another.

  • Like watching movies at 35,000 feet? Thales InFlyt Experience technology keeps you entertained as you fly from one side of the world to the other.
  • Traveled by train recently? When you bought your ticket from a vending machine, you most likely completed your purchase with Thales' on board validator.
  • Checked your bank balance on your phone today? Thales protects the information systems of 19 of the world's 20 largest banks.

In addition, Thales also offers relocation and visa sponsorship as well as a 401(k), generous paid time off, mentor programs and a wellness plan. Thales is hiring and is specifically looking for Software Engineers, System Engineers and Custom Program Engineers.

Is there something specific you'd like to discuss on our call? Just let us know in Eventbrite when you register!

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27 Companies with Impressive Mentorship Opportunities

January is National Mentorship Month— the perfect time to focus on growing and building important relationships with mentors that will positively affect your professional career.

Research shows that mentorship greatly improves career outcomes by providing professional guidance, skill development, and support through major work and life transitions.

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Elastic

Elastic's Diane Tetrault on What Parenting, Scuba Diving, and Product Marketing Have in Common

As an instructor of other scuba diving instructors, Diane Tetrault knows how to convey life-saving lessons in a way that encourages and supports her students. And as it turns out, that skill is highly transferable to two other key roles in her life: manager and mother.

Diane is the Senior Director of Product Marketing at Elastic and is also a mom of two sons. In the water, at work, and with her family, she’s gotten plenty of practice creating the right environment for other people to learn and enjoy.

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How Mentors Can Unlock Your Career: Insight from Relativity’s Karen Klein

Karen Klein wrote her first contract when she was 11.

It laid out how much allowance she would earn for completing certain chores each week. When she got her parents to sign it, she told them that she was going to be a lawyer when she grew up.

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Capco

Why Capco’s Maleni Palacios Believes in Building Communities at Work

As a kid, Maleni Palacios had a long list of questions that no one could answer for her.

“I started asking myself, ‘Why are some countries rich? Why are some of them “poor”? What is this notion of a country and a nation-state? Why do people have different lines of work? Who chooses that for them?’” remembers the associate consultant.

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