ReBoot Accel offers a suite of programs throughout the US to get women current, connected, and confident to return to the workforce or pursue new goals.
The ReBoot Career Accelerator offers an intensive experience to get women ready for reinvention through hands-on learning of current tech, workplace and career skills. ReBoot Connect, a monthly membership program available in cities throughout the US, offers ongoing learning and community with like-minded women in seminars and workshops. ReBoot in 30 is a 30-session online “coach” that arrives via email to kickstart one’s personal reboot. Women get connected to employers who are seeking part-time or full-time talent through the ReBoot Job Board and through the ReBoot Talent Discovery Program.
Locations: Online, various cities across the USA
Ideal For: Women who have been out of the paid workforce for more than 2 years.
Learning one of the many languages of the net is an amazing experience, it opens doors to untold possibility and a greater understanding and appreciation for those sites we aimlessly click on to.
Finding that first job in the tech industry can be a daunting task. While there’s never a guarantee of getting an offer, following these recommendations can increase your chances of successfully going through the interview process and potentially landing your dream job!
Pauline Narvas was nearly discouraged from a career in technology by school bullies. Now she is one of the country’s most promising young web developers. Chris Burn reports.
Customer experience is the beating heart of every business. Renata Kashiwaya Pinheiro, the Director of Client Experience has come up with an innovative way to keep the blood pumping.
It’s not about changing women but about leveraging what women bring to the table.
This week I met up with Natasha to hear about her journey into the tech industry and life as a backend engineer at Peak.
Unbelievably, it’s been six months since I started my first professional role in software development. It’s been incredible, and while some days I don’t think I’ve learned anything, there are definitely a few small lessons I’ve picked up along the way.
I’ve always had a need/passion for helping people, as cliched as that may sound. Having worked in education, with refugees and asylum seekers, and most recently, in a BME (black, minority ethnic) charity, it came as a surprise for many when I decided to enroll in a software engineering bootcamp.
Last week we met with Kasia to find out what life is really like working for a company in the blockchain space.