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Out in Tech Youth Mentorship Program

Description: • The Out in Tech Mentorship program runs 8 weeks: from October 2 - November 27, 2017; • Mentees meet with their mentors for 2 hours a week - one hour dedicated to working on your project, one hour for imparting life wisdom; • Mentorship cohorts visit ridiculous tech company offices to speak with employees, • They pair each mentee with an awesome mentor, based on your aspirations and interests • You’ll work on a project of your choosing, with a one-hour check-in with your mentor twice a week • The program runs for 8 weeks, with a kick-off on October 2nd 2017, and final ‘show & tell’ on November 27th 2017 • You’ll all go on a group office tour of a prominent NYC tech company (they visited Pinterest’s awesome NYC office last year)

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Special Skills & Requirements Ideal candidates: • Students with a major or minor in computer science, programing, interface design, or a related field • Students with the time and interest to complete an 8-week self-guided project • Students who self-identify as LGBTQ+
Company Name Out in Tech
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Website: bit.ly/outintechyouth
About the Company: Out in Tech’s Mentorship program works with students who are interested in tech, curious about working in tech, or looking to meet other LGBTQ+ tech professionals who can help them learn technical and life skills. As a mentee, you are paired 1-on-1 with dedicated (and always awesome) professionals working in the NYC tech scene who can help you: Develop and create your own self-guided technical project - from design to engineering; Learn the ins-and-outs of working in tech; Explore the cutting-edge trends in fintech, healthcare, social media.
How To Apply: Please apply online at bit.ly/outintechyouth
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2017-09-15

 

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