In today’s ever-shifting job market, the recruitment process continues to transform, becoming more digitized and, some argue, less personal than ever before. In this limiting landscape, personal projects serve as a powerful tool, offering a dynamic view into one’s capabilities, professional and personal interests, and personality.
You have likely faced rejection at some point in your life, so why should the job search be any different? Follow the story of Vesna Tertei Rudinski as she discusses rejection, career changes, and how “no” can open unexpected doors.
Miller Murray used his multidisciplinary background to carve a path for himself in the digital marketing industry. Listen along as he discusses his experiences as a career starter and tips for getting a job.
When Ingrid Tafuro took a nannying position, she had no idea just how far it could take her. Learn about her journey, work in search engine optimization (SEO), thoughts on transferable skills, and more.
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After completing the Penn LPS Coding Boot Camp, Fernanda Marroquin found a new way to spend her time—and help those around her.
After he discovered the University of Richmond Coding Boot Camp, Kevin Kafuku found himself on a journey that would give him a new perspective on life—as well as an exciting, life-changing role.
After graduating from a coding bootcamp, Anthony Delgado started participating in hackathons, pitching ideas for philanthropic coding projects, and more.
For Stepan Nelasov, going to a bootcamp gave him the opportunity to rebuild his career, rekindle his passion, and—perhaps most importantly—rediscover his resolve.
A musician turned software engineer shares what he experienced during his career transition and a few helpful tips.
When Ashley Hurlburt started doing data entry for a massage therapist association, she realized it wasn’t so black and white.
Aaron Gladstone shares tips he learned during his boot camp: teamwork is your biggest asset; coding goes beyond the computer; and forget the stereotypes.
Silver Ehiwario’s new career started with one wish: “I want to be creative.” After a little online research, she found the Coding Boot Camp at UT Austin.
Barbara Wright learned three important lessons that she believes are integral to thriving in the tech industry: lean on your peers, you’re never done learning, and perseverance is key.
You can’t always tell how one life experience will prepare you for the next. Merging his two disciplines first came to Umair when he accepted a job in software consulting.
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