Planning a career transition isn't just about acquiring technical skills; it's about crafting your story, standing out from the crowd, and expanding your professional network. This session will offer tips to help everyone navigate their next career move.
About this event
Led by Jessica Dene Early Cha, this class will discuss why planning a career transition isn't just about acquiring technical skills; it's about crafting your story, standing out from the crowd, and expanding your professional network. Jessica has led an amazing career pivot from a decade in the non-profit sector to tech and has gathered invaluable tips and suggestions that have fueled her own success and those around me. Join Jessica, for an engaging talk where I'll share my top insights on making a career pivot to tech. Discover how to craft a compelling narrative, differentiate yourself, and grow your professional connections. Join us and learn a wealth of strategies for a career pivot into tech.
Class: September 6th, 3 pm ET/12 pm PT (1 hour)
Class Cost: Free
This workshop is being offered as a stand-alone event but is also the kick-off to a three-week series. This three-week program will help attendees craft, practice, refine, and ultimately nail their pivot story. Each attendee will walk away from this program with a solid pitch they can use to answer to answer the question, "So, tell me about yourself" in a way that sells yourself and the pivot you are making. Learn more about this series here.
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