To download this podcast, click hereSeth Martin, Cornell student and entrepreneur, shares his recommendations regarding career selection, entrepreneurship, coping with stress, and more.
Keith Pajonas, Senior Manager at Ernest & Young elaborates on EY’s requirements for new
David Schnurr, Engineering Manager at Graphiq, is looking for ambitious, friendly and yet competitive SW developer.
Ed Bae, Senior Manager at Accenture, is looking for students who like thinking analytically, who like solving problems, and also enjoy collaborating and leading.
Jamie and Werner are presenting two topics which several hiring managers have talked about. Two important themes to be considered when preparing for your job interview.
Stacy Ferranti, Head of Talent at MongoDB, wants job applicants to know her company really well, to be team players, to enjoy low-level programming and to show some “moxy”.
Cornell Engineering students Leslie Munyao and Harry Goldstein introduce the 3 levels of listening. A concept which helps improving one’s listening skills.
Aaron Godert, CTO and Co-founder of GiveGab, is looking for ambitious “team players” who want to help non-profit organizations raise money and find volunteers.
Andrew Burke, Head of Talent Development at SquareSpace explains why for SquareSpace “Design is not a Luxury”
Mike Seiler, Director of Engineering at Moat, emphasizes the difference between what you do in College and what you do in a job out in the “Real World”.