“Job searching is a full-time job,”
and it really is. When you apply, you look for ways to get your resume into the right hands. Then, you start your interview journey. Depending on the type of job (internship, entry-level, manager), you go through a couple rounds of interviews.
Once the company feels that you’re a good fit, they hand you an offer letter. Now, it’s up to you to accept the offer letter or decline it.
However, something comes before the decision, negotiation. There are different opinions on whether you should negotiate your job offer or not. …
Rewriting The Code (aka RTC) is a non-profit organization that
supports and empowers college, graduate and early career women in tech, through intersectional communities, mentorship, industry experience and educational resources, to become the next generation of engineers and tech leaders (source: RTC’s website)
They have various chapters — RTC Black Wings & Latinas de RTC. These groups support black and Latino women, making race less of a barrier when pursuing a tech career.
A lady that I met at a company where I worked at told me about RTC. Since then, I have never looked back. It has become a…
I began my food Instagram journey in the summer of 2019. It all started with a picture of a Karage Curry dish from a restaurant called Gyugyuya.
For those of you that don’t know me, I am a major foodie. I love to try new foods and explore different restaurants. As I went on these food adventures, I found myself taking pictures of food all the time. And I realized that I enjoyed it. One day, I thought to myself:
Since I have so many pictures of food, why don’t I tell a story through them.
THE DESIRE TO EXPLORE THE WORLD and experience other cultures have always been a part of me. And as I got older, it grew stronger. I began to seek opportunities to travel.
In my first year of university, I heard about ‘hackathons.’ Dictionary.com defines it as… ‘competitive event in which people work in groups on software or hardware projects with the goal of creating a functioning product by the end of the event.’ Although, it was a new concept to me. I tried it, and I enjoyed it. Subsequently, I became involved in the hackathon community.