By Dana Sanchez
Google gets more than 2 million applications a year and hires 7,000 people. The odds seem insurmountable, yet working in tech remains a dream job for many, and Google wants to help.
Bria Sullivan, a Google engineer and mobile-app developer, is building an online community to help underrepresented adults get jobs in tech, and she’s drawing on her Google network to make it happen.
Sullivan founded online community Tech Stack’d to help Black techies advance their careers in tech, and she offers workshops.
An upcoming resume workshop with Google recruiters is scheduled for 4 p.m. PST on Jan. 15. Here’s your chance to tailor your resume for a big tech company and stand out.
My Resume Workshop is finalized! Please apply for membership to be part of this! No matter what stage you’re in, this workshop will be helpful ❤️❤️ pic.twitter.com/vDpvT4dT3t
— bria (@bria_sullivan) January 7, 2019
Tech Stack’d is for people who want to start a tech company or have a career in tech such as software engineering. By recognizing common pitfalls, Tech Stack’d works to fill in the gaps that cause many underrepresented people to fail when trying to break into tech.
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