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Tammie T Dudley <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 26 Oct 2020 21:17:04 +0000
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The GSU chapter of the ACM presents
Interviewing Skills Talk with Microsoft Employees

Alex Kelly
Senior Software Engineering Manager
Microsoft Corporation

Come and join Alex Kelly, Bryan Spence, and other Microsoft employees to discuss the interview, resume, and networking skills you'll need for your career. During this chat, you'll gain a variety of perspectives on the process of getting a job and hear anecdotal stories from each of the speakers to show what companies look for when we hire. We will also address some of the most pressing issues in the technical field and provide a call to action for all!

Our University Recruiting staff will also be available to answer questions during the event. We will be an open book, so feel free to ask us anything! (NOTE: This is not a recruiting event so we will not be collecting resumes; however, we will show you how to apply to Microsoft.)

About the Speaker: Alex Kelly is a Senior Software Engineering Manager at Microsoft with 15 years of coding experience and 5 years of management experience. He's worked at General Electric, General Motors, Microsoft (twice), a Berkshire Hathaway company, and the Pickens County Sheriff's Office as a dispatcher (back in the day). In his free time, he's usually flying drones, riding bikes, tinkering, or trying to be a great husband!

Thursday, October 29, 2020
5:00 p.m.-6:30 p.m.

Teams link:<>
Everyone welcome!

For more information about the GSU ACM chapter, please visit our website:<>.

The chapter welcomes the following new members: Marco Delgado and Britny Farahdel. We also thank Johanna Beatty and Kendall Castilla for renewing their memberships.
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