By Jon Franko
By Jon Franko
I'm back at it again with another resource for technical interviewing!
Refdash.com is a new resource that was released this year that helps streamline the interviewing process software engineers. Best of all, IT'S COMPLETELY FREE TO USE(!!!)
What is Refdash: Refdash helps you find great companies to work at. We provide a platform where you interview at one place and use that information to apply to several companies and also skip their phone screens.
The Literacy Lab places rigorously trained, full-time tutors in high-need preschools and elementary schools, helping close the resource gap for schools so they can close the literacy gap for students. Literacy Lab tutors work full-time for one year with school staff and literacy experts to implement structured, evidence-based interventions with age 3 to grade 3 students on a daily basis.
At Perella Weinberg Partners, we strive to recruit Analysts of exceptional
ability and dynamic points of view. We’ve found that diverse perspectives
produce the most innovative solutions to complex problems. Our
Women’s Advisory Prep Program provides a collaborative environment
where you’ll acquire the skills, knowledge and network to prepare you for
your professional pursuits in investment banking.
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In addition to being the home of our beloved university, Charlottesville is a great city to live, play, and work in. Whether you are hoping to find work during the academic year to pay for school expenses or if you want to stay in the city after graduation, check out some of the local opportunities below to jump-start your employment search in the Charlottesville/Albemarle area.
For many students, spring break can feel like a long awaited respite from a hectic semester. For parents, spring break can seem like an opportune time for students to take advantage of a lull in their studies and focus on the future. The following are just a few ideas for how to engage your student in more career related activities over break.