Did you know that the skills you are gaining as an Arts student – communications, critical thinking, and collaboration – are all in high demand from technology companies? According to Bluewolf CEO, Eric Berridge, 65% of open job opportunities at Apple/Google/Facebook are non-technical: marketers, designers, product managers, HR specialists, and more. It’s no wonder why Forbes says the “Arts degree has become tech’s hottest ticket”.
Tech is not just for programmers anymore. In this flash mentoring experience, learn directly from Arts alumni how your BA or BFA can help you build a career in tech.
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Some alumni participants include:
- Hailey Froehler (BA ’16 – English) is a technical recruiter at Hootsuite, where she brings her previous experience staffing and servicing clients like Microsoft, Amazon and Electronic Arts.
- Sarina Arefzadeh (BA ’18 – Psychology) is a content and brand marketing specialist and PressReader, where she upholds and refines the brand’s voice and vision, and strategizes creative ways to grow their reach.
- Tsavo Neal (BA ’15 – History) is product manager at NiceJob, runs his own product-based business, and is writing a book on how liberal arts students can land their dream job in the tech industry.
Alumni working for TELUS, SAP and Salesforce will also be present.