Career Series Ep 6: 4 Ways Volunteering Will Land You A Tech Job

Reach Your Professional Potential

Are you looking to start a new career in tech? You need to expand your professional opportunities and ensure that you’re meeting the right people in the software development industry. Every new person you meet has the potential to have an impact on your future career. What can you do to network with potential employers and get your CV to the top of the pile?
Volunteering at coding events is a great way to meet people in the industry. An employer will remember meeting an impressive candidate face to face. It’s no secret that there is a massive hidden jobs market in tech, so volunteering might just be your way in!
Have a look at episode 6 of our Career Series which focuses on the benefits that volunteering and networking could have for your professional career.

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