Daniel works at one of the top tech companies in the world. He has extensive experience in working with hiring managers to interview and hire interns for fantastic tech roles.
In this guide he will cover 6 parts on getting interviews, securing an internship, and making the best of the experience to kickstart your tech career.
Who this is for?
First year to final year students at local universities in Singapore who are looking to get internships at great tech companies/startups.
Attendees will also get a free ebook covering the content plus a CV review after the session.
Part 1: Get noticed
Learn how to optimize your CV as well as LinkedIn page to attract the attention of potential employers.
Part 2: Start Connecting
Learn powerful methods to connect with recruiters and hiring managers, impress them and actively solicit interviews. I will explain the best way to get their contacts and email them to gain their attention, as well as other methods to network.
Part 3: Prepare, Prepare, Prepare
Once you have gottten the interview, it's time to prep for it. I will walk you through all the things you'd need to do to prepare yourself and impress the interviewer.
Part 4: Follow Up
How and when exactly to follow up after the interview, and what you should say to the hiring manager as well as the recruiter to ensure you stand the best chance of getting hired.
Part 5: Managing your offer(s)
How to manage your offer, and (fingers crossed!) manage multiple offers effectively.
Part 6: The internship and after
How to maximize your internship, make a great impression, network and learning as much as you can so you can use it as a springboard for an amazing career when you graduate
Prior to the class, Daniel will share his incredibly detailed e-book which include behind the scene secrets on how recruiters and hiring managers work.
Daniel offers a money back guarantee if you feel that the talk hasn't given you valuable insights. Find out more about the class on his website where you will also find testimonials from past Singaporean students.