Networking & Job Searching
Applying for jobs is only half of Job searching. The other skill to learn is networking. Whether that’s reaching out to hiring managers on LinkedIn, or connecting with your circle of influence about opportunities. Don’t be shy to ask if they know of anyone hiring software engineers. Here’s a guide to get you started.
Job Titles Used for Searches
You can access an Excel Document that shares all of the possible titles and tech specific jobs that you can utilize in your searches. That information can be found here.
Interviewing: Soft Skill Preparation
Soft skills interviews help the employer to determine if an applicant’s skills, experience and personality meet the job’s requirements. It also helps the employer assess whether an applicant would be a good fit for the company’s culture.
When you are preparing for graduation or if you need additional practice, please schedule a time to conduct your soft skill practice interview to receive feedback and assistance to support your continual growth. You can schedule this practice interview by reaching out to email@example.com.
Interviewing: Technical Skill Preparation
With career building, technical interviews are a crucial part of the process. Technical interviews allow interviewers to assess candidates’ technical skills, problem-solving abilities and critical thinking processes.
How to Prepare:
When you are preparing for graduation or if you need additional practice, please schedule a time to conduct your technical practice interview to receive feedback and assistance. You can schedule this practice interview by reaching out to firstname.lastname@example.org.