RezScore found some of the most ambitious job seekers from all around the country, enthusiastic hiring managers, and a notable guest speaker to hold its first ever virtual career fair amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
The career fair opened with an introduction by RezScore’s founder, Gerrit Hall. From there, participants were split into breakout rooms where employers had the opportunity to interact with eager job seekers. In the main room, guest speaker Sam Feldman of Chart Your Own Path, who formerly worked at Google and TripAdvisor, spoke about the job search and gave tips on the career search.
Participants were able to ask questions and interact with the speaker in a panel discussion format. …
Watch our interview with Claude Burns, an Inc 500 Entrepreneur at Office Libations and graduate of the US Naval Academy and MIT Sloan School of Management.
His food/bev startup was one of the first impacted by the COVID-19 situation, and he joined us to share his insights.
Jennifer Bangoura is a career coach who joined to discuss the following topics:
Watch our interview with Craig Zelizer, former Georgetown professor and founder of PCDN https://pcdn.global/.
Recorded before the CoronaVirus outbreak, much of the conversation on Future of Work aged very well.
Dan Janjigian is an Olympic bobsledder, star of cult classic film “The Room”, and candidate for Congress in Texas’s 31st Congressional District.
In the video he discusses:
Around the web:
Sam Dingman, host of the Family Ghosts podcast and winner of the Moth Grand Slam. He previously worked at Google before serving as producer of the popular podcasts “Bad With Money” and “You Must Remember This.” You can find Sam Dingman at https://familyghostspodcast.com/
Nick Martin, Professor at Georgetown, Columbia, and George Washington University, Educator, technologist, and social entrepreneur with 15 years of experience in international development and social innovation, CEO at TechChange (https://www.techchange.org), an online learning platform, and Edmund Hillary Fellow
“Genius is equally spread across zip codes, opportunity is not. It is our job when we’re in positions of power to remove those barriers, and every day we should be working to that.”
Our interview with Qiana Patterson, VP of Strategic Development at HopSkipDrive
At the end of the year we invited recruiters to fill out a detailed survey about recruiting trends.
To gain attention among recruiters we feared we would need to go on LinkedIn and tag it “MIT Full Stack Developer Seeking Job”, but many of you kindly completed the survey without us needing to take this step! Most people completed the survey anonymously, but the people who did leave data indicate that the sample was somewhat diverse, from boutique recruiting shops to internal headhunters at Fortune 100 companies.
Our respondents were overwhelmingly focused on technical searches:
We prepared our internal report, and decided to publish it so the wider community had full transparency into our exciting year. The format is the 4 part military-style After Action Review (AAR) which has proven very useful for us internally.