This remote workshop offers mock interviews and resume reviews lead by established leaders in the tech industry. Improve your interviewing skills, polish that resume, and get that new job in tech!
If you are planning a career transition into tech, are active in self-study / training programs, or are seeking support in successfully navigating toward a full-time software job this workshop is for you!
Also, if you are already in the field and looking to gain confidence and perspective in the job market, especially if they are experiencing impostor syndrome or do not have “formal training", this workshop is for you!
If you are a tech recruiter, employer, or leader interested in learning ways to build and grow stellar tech teams, there might be something for you here too. You can also consider volunteering to be an interviewer and/or resume reviewer: https://shiftenter.org/volunteer/ All participants have the option to receive :
- Private, personal resume review
- Private one-on-one mock-interview or portfolio review.
- Networking opportinuties and discussion
This workshop will take place over ZOOM, an email containing login information will be sent to all ticket holders prior to the event. See https://shiftenter.org/come-prepared/ for more information.
The primary audience includes people who are:
a) Planning a career transition into tech, are active in self-study/training programs, and are seeking support in successfully navigating toward a full-time software job.
b) Already in the field and looking to gain confidence and perspective in the job market, especially if they are experiencing impostor syndrome or do not have “formal training.”
c) Tech recruiters, employers, and leaders interested in learning ways to build and grow stellar tech teams.
Courtney Christensen, co-founder of Shift/Enter, on 'why Shift/Enter' :
“I’ve been on several hiring panels, and I’ve found that most employers are not satisfied with the resumes that they receive. We have a lot of talent in Charlottesville, but it’s hard to find people. I’ve also been a job seeker, and options can feel slim when you’re new to the Charlottesville tech community. I’ve been thinking of ways to get the word out. As I’ve talked to more people new to tech, the refrain that I’ve heard: technical interviews are intimidating, and formatting a tech resume is an arcane art.”
For more information visit: https://shiftenter.org/