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Career advice (from employers) for those who on the job hunt - whether you're just starting out or are at a more senior level.
Companies are finding there is a need for knowledge and ability in coding; skills that are useful in a variety of positions within an organization and not just at a developer level.
Charlyne Fothergill is an integral part of Lighthouse Labs as our Director of Career Services and is also a well respected member of the Canadian Human Resources and Tech industry. She has helped hundreds of our students secure employment as Junior Software Developers over the years and continues to strengthen our connection to each community we serve. So, to wrap up our Job Search series, Charlyne provided us with her top five tips for landing a job out of Bootcamp.
Our Director of Career Services Charlyne has years of HR experience and a wealth of knowledge on how to attack your job hunt. Luckily for us, she puts her powers to use connecting our students with their new careers as developers. Char shares some advice for anyone looking to break into the world of tech with a new series focusing on rookie mistakes.
Advice for anyone looking to break into the world of tech with a new series focusing on rookie mistakes.
Our Director of Career Services, Charlyne Fothergill, talks about what employers can do to ensure they succeed in hiring Lighthouse Labs graduates.
More and more, students are either coming from out of town to be a part of our immersive program, or are excited about the opportunity to relocate for a job after graduation. My job is to help all our students with their individual career goals, and I love being able to leverage my own and Lighthouse Labs’ extensive hiring network outside of Vancouver. If you are considering looking for work as a developer outside of your hometown, here are my tips for success