Questions? Read our FAQs
Questions? Read our FAQs
Are you a recent graduate looking to break into the tech scene? Or a seasoned professional ready for your next adventure? No matter where you are in your career journey, if you want to work at a startup, this is everything you need to know. We’re bringing together a panel of industry experts from some of the hottest companies in San Diego— they’ll give you the inside scoop on how to get your foot in the door at the startup of your dreams.
No matter your professional experience, industry background, or undergraduate major, there’s room for everyone in tech — even those of us who don’t code! But although there are plenty of opportunities in the startup scene, breaking in can be tricky, especially if you have a non-technical skillset. These experts will give you the low-down on what life is really like at a fast-growing company, what they look for in their best hires, and their secrets to success for interviews and beyond.
How to position yourself when applying to startup jobs.
How to obtain and showcase the skills hiring managers look for most.
How to network like a pro in the tech scene.
How to succeed in the challenging, unpredictable world of startups!
Founder, CEO @ San Diego Code School,
President, Chief Executive Officer @ CreatingCodingCareers.org
Human Resources Consultant & People Operations,
The HR Bar
Sr. Technical Recruiter - Engineering & Product,
Vice President, People,
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