Re-Watch Our Lunch & Learn With The Women Of Thales
Jilene (Frost) Nevor and Carrie Starnes Answer Your Questions About Working At Thales
PowerToFly recently invited a few women leaders from our partner, Thales to share their best interviewing tips and chat with a group of Community Members about what it's really like working at Thales!
Jilene (Frost) Nevor, Thales' Senior Technical Recruiter, and Carrie Starnes, Thales' Director of Project Management Office, spent an hour answering attendees pre-submitted their questions, such as:
- What are some of your current and future projects?
- Which software technologies & tools does Thales use?
- What is the culture like for women in tech at Thales?
- How can I stand out if I apply to Thales?
- What does the application process look like, and how long does it take?
- and many more!
I thought about writing this blog piece like one of those quizzes that used to be on the back pages of Seventeen and Cosmo where each question would offer several answers of varying point levels and you'd pick one answer per question, tally up your points at the end, and match your score to one of several possible results.
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