Get Noticed on the Job Search: A Workshop for Job Seekers

Jul 25, 7:30 – 8:30 PM

There’s a better way to get hired in tech and hundreds of job seekers have used this proven process to land jobs in tech. Are you ready for your turn? This workshop will get you noticed in a competitive market.

Career Prep

About this event

In a competitive job market, visibility is key to getting noticed by employers. Join us for a dynamic workshop focused on increasing your visibility in the job search process. Learn practical tips for showcasing your skills and expertise through online platforms, networking events, and industry engagement. From optimizing your resume for applicant tracking systems to establishing thought leadership in your field, this session will help you elevate your visibility and stand out to potential employers.

Learn about Second Careers here.


Date: Thursday, July 25
Time: 3:30pm ET / 12:30pm PT

Cost: $25

Join the whole series! This is what we're covering:

  • Thursday, Feb. 29: Networking Do's and Don'ts
  • Thursday, March 28: Power of referrals 
  • Thursday, April 25: Networking Mindset
  • Thursday, May 30: Power of Personal Branding (May)
  • Thursday, June 27: From Rejection to Redirection (June)
  • Thursday, July 25: Building Visibility in the Job Search (July)


Join us to enter our seven-day challenge in March and April using LinkedIn!

Cost: $120 (that's only $20 a workshop!)

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Want More from GDI? GDI offers a variety of ways you can join our community! Whether you are brand new to tech or want to advance the experience you've already racked up, we have something for you. When you join as a member, you develop your own pathway to develop code, confidence, and community. If you just want to get your feet wet or want a personal coach to land your dream job, GDI has memberships to match your interest, availability, and budget. Learn more here. Code of Conduct: Girl Develop It is focused on providing opportunities for women and non-binary individuals to learn web and software development, but our classes and events are open to all genders and identities. We are dedicated to providing a welcoming and comfortable environment for all to learn to code and every attendee is expected to uphold our Code of Conduct (http://www.


  • Anna Miller

    Second Careers


  • Katie Franco

    Girl Develop It

    Executive Director

  • Katie Brydon (she/her)

    Girl Develop It

    Community Host

  • Abigail Simanjuntak

    Teaching Assistant