When the email came across my inbox, I didn't hesitate to reply. Would I speak at the local Women's March? Of course!
My mind is on information overload today. The last few weeks have been spent researching kindergarten schools for my four and a half year old. As it turns out the process is not that different from researching colleges
I recently read the American Dream can be defined as creating a better life or earning more money and enjoying higher living standards than your parents had. It’s a simple but oh so important definition that often gets swept aside in our modern technological age that tells us more is better.
Just about anyone interested in working in tech has considered applying to companies like Google or Instagram, but we’ve all heard how ridiculously hard it is to land a job. If you’re a POC and/or LGBTQ interested in tech, the awesome team over at 2020Shift want to take the mystery out of building a career tech. Here are some key insights that should help bring a little clarity on how to prep your application for a large tech company:
I was sitting at a family party last weekend catching up with aunts, cousins, and uncles when I heard someone start to recount the story of how they had a terrible day at work…
Our stories hold the power to create a connection, illuminate different perspectives, and move people to change. Stories are also one of the best ways to stand out from the sea of applicants and give people a taste of the real you. As LatinX’s and People of Color, I think it’s especially important to use our stories to be authentic in who we are and shine light on how our unique experiences can add to any organization. A cover letter is the perfect place to highlight your professional skills, show some flavor and let hiring managers know you’re perfect for the job.