Get That Job: Mastering the Technical Interview
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Tuesday, 29 September

3 4 pm EDT

GA Boston (Livestream)

Online Class
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FREE!
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Get That Job: Mastering the Technical Interview | September 29

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Associate Director of Analytics, MIT Sloan School of Management

29

Tuesday, 29 September

3 4 pm EDT

GA Boston (Livestream)

Online Class
Livestream
FREE!
Regular Ticket

Questions? Read our FAQs

About This Event

Join us for our Get That Job Career Series, where we’ll be covering everything from networking, to negotiating, to interviewing like a pro. This week, we’re talking about technical interviews.

Interviews are always stressful, but much less so when you know what to expect. To help demystify tech interviews, we’ll be discussing common questions hiring managers ask, best ways to prepare, and how to effectively project your thought process.

About the Instructor

Mike Pastore Photo

Associate Director of Analytics,
MIT Sloan School of Management

Mike Pastore is an Associate Director of Analytics at MIT Sloan School of Management. He works with colleagues across MIT Sloan to use analytics to inform decision-making and measure the effectiveness of their content and digital marketing strategies. Before joining MIT Sloan, Mike worked within the central Office of Communications at MIT where he oversaw the collection and analysis of web analytics and user experience research data for high-level projects at MIT, including the 2018 redesign of the MIT homepage and top-level experience. Prior to his time at MIT, Mike worked at Harvard University for more than 10 years, most recently as Assistant Director of Digital Strategy and Technology at the Center on the Developing Child. He received a bachelor's degree in journalism from Boston University and a master's degree in information technology from the Harvard University Extension School, with a concentration in digital media and instructional design.

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