Recently I talked to Stanford’s Center for Entrepreneurial Studies (CES) about our team formation tools and how they could potentially help up-and-coming entrepreneurs and students taking classes like Startup Garage, Lean Launchpad and scores of other entrepreneurial courses across Stanford, as well as summer courses in innovation and entrepreneurship, to improve how they get matchedContinue reading “Cofounder matching tips and advice “
Like most of the world, your end of the year was not only marked with gorgeous fireworks in the sky, but also with some thoughts entering your mind regarding the personal and professional goals that you’d like to achieve within the promising year of 2022.
Everything you need to know about how to write a modern resume. Step-by-step guide, covering tips and examples that you can use.
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A recent survey from Indeed revealed that 80% of hiring managers at US-based companies of all sizes had hired a bootcamp graduate at least once, and 99.8% said they’d do it again.
Statistics suggest that 91% of millennials expect to change jobs every 3 years and countless news outlets have dubbed the last 18 months (among other things) as the year of “the Great Resignation”.
You are awaiting an interview for an exciting new job. You are nervous. You check how you look in the mirror multiple times. You rehearse a few answers to potential questions in your head. You look at your watch to await your turn. You feel anxious…
You’ll hear the phrase “soft skills” thrown around a lot when looking to build your resume. It can be easy to throw in the words “motivated” and “organised” in your resume bio but taking the time to formally assess your soft skills is a vital part of the application process.
As college fees get ever more expensive, tech savvy individuals are increasingly looking for fast, exciting and better value alternatives. In the past decade, the Coding Bootcamp has stepped up to fill this growing need, offering long-term, intensive business courses that promise quick results and eye-openingly high graduate salaries.
If you’re an introvert, you’ll understand the dread that comes from an invitation to a networking event. Awkward conversation, intimidating groups, and the dominating chatter of extroverts – an introverted person’s worst nightmare.