By Tech Stack’d
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. She offers workshops and this upcoming online pitch event for developers.
From Tech Stack’d:
#PitchForDevs is an online event where 5 startups will pitch to the Tech Stack’d community of developers, product managers, UX designers, etc. Instead of pitching for capital, they’ll be pitching for teammates. It’s up to the attendees to decide if they want to join their teams.
These startups will be founded by underrepresented people in tech solving unique problems in our communities.
They will be offering positions such as CTO, lead engineer, individual contributor, and even doing 2-week/4-week projects. We only accept startups who will offer you more than just a title and Click here to read entire article