Although you most likely know what imposter syndrome is, I’ll pull up the definition just so you know what definition I’m working with here.
It’s something that most of us have faced/will face at some point in our professional careers. For me, I struggled with this during my first engineering position as a Co-Op at Toyota Motors North America. From the time I landed the interview to three months in to my position, I felt like I just got lucky to land that position. Frankly, I was (I’ll touch more on this later).
So I am currently a 4th year studying computer science at the University of Souther California (feels like the beginning of an elevator pitch). Pretty standard, but it has been a wild journey to get where I am, and while it may be non-traditional, it is a path I do not regret.
For those of you who are in college/university, I’m sure you can remember what the college application process was like. Mostly stressful, but also pretty terrifying to choose a major. I mean, how do I know what I want to do? So naturally, I just browsed the internet…
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