Opportunity is endless in the tech world. But as a university student, breaking into the tech world can feel impossible.
While starting your career in product or development might seem difficult without direct access to resources, connections, or mentorship, if you’re passionate about the world of product or software engineering, then tech is the place for you. And we’re here to help you get there when you graduate.
On November 25th, university students are invited to HubSpot for ConnectED: Write Your Future in Tech. This event will feature workshops, discussions, and networking to empower you in your future job search. The day will include:
A keynote address with Senator Lynn Ruane on her journey and passion for accessible education (details below!)
Live Q&A with product managers, software developers, and other product leaders on their path to tech
A hands-on CV review and interview workshops to get you ready for the job search
Happy hour to make new connections and a bigger network of people to help you break into tech
A take-home guide to help you put what you learn into action
Who should attend this event? This event is designed for university students who are passionate about tech, product, or coding, and are in need of extra support to turn that passion into a reality.
Questions? More details to come soon, but please don’t hesitate to email Hannah at firstname.lastname@example.org in the meantime!
About Senator Lynn Ruane: Lynn Ruane is a newly elected independent senator, serving in Seanad Éireann and is a former president of Trinity College Dublin's Students' Union. An early school leaver & single mother of two from Tallaght, she gained access to Trinity College in 2011 through the Trinity Access Programme as a mature student. Prior to her return to education, she worked for fifteen years as an addiction programme developer and community worker in west Dublin. As a senator, Lynn plans to be a passionate and vocal defender of education, a voice for the underrepresented in Irish politics and a challenger of inequality in all it's forms.