School16 presents a live event featuring experts across roles in Product Management, Operations, Sales, Marketing, and more. Attendees will have the opportunity to get an inside look into what technology careers are most sought after in the market, what skills are valued by employers, and how you can stand out to employers even if you have no technical experience.
Build relationships with leaders in these role and get an opportunity to ask them questions about how they navigated their careers and what they look for in new hires through small breakout sessions facilitated by School16.
In this free live class the lead instructors of School16 will be sharing lessons on what startups and established tech employers look for when reviewing candidates for non-technical roles. The class will outline the baseline skills that you should mention to start generating interviews quickly, and tactics on how to break into organizations with little to no experience working in tech.
School16 presents a live seminar with Rishi Mathur, Global Program Manager at LinkedIn where he is in charge of creating an executing content marketing strategy across various business units. Prior to this, Rishi was a content marketing manager at LeadIQ directly responsible for driving over half a million dollars in revenue during his tenure.
Rishi is also a stand up comedian who originally started his tech career in sales before transitioning into marketing.
In this seminar Rishi will discuss how he's been able to combine both of his passions - comedy and content - to quickly establish himself as an effective content strategist.
School16 presents a live recording of The Mentors podcast with Quincy Larson, who will discuss how he went from being a teacher to launching freeCodeCamp.org, a non-profit that has built the biggest free online resource in the world to teach people how to code.
In our discussion Quincy will talk about the exact steps he took to build and scale freeCodeCamp to deliver 1.1 billion minutes of instruction and create over 40,000 professional software developers with only 12 employees and a small budget.
6:00 PM - 6:10 PM Introduction from School16 directors and hosts of The Mentors podcast
6:10 PM - 6:50 PM Live Podcast Recording featuring the origin story of freeCodeCamp and Quincy Larson's entrepreneurial journey
6:50 PM - 7:00 PM Open audience Q&A with Quincy and the podcast hosts Sergei and Vadim facilitated via Zoom
In this seminar Rishi will discuss how he's been able to combine both of his passions - comedy and content - to quickly establish himself as an effective content strategist across several tech brands.Sign Up
Jackie will discuss why Ops and Customer Service experience is required for PMs, and how to leverage your domain expertise to become a PM when coming from a different disciplineSign Up
Maggie will walk us through her transition into Product Management, what she looks for when recruiting for PMs on her team, and what it takes to succeed in this competitive role.Sign Up
Misha will discuss how the Customer Success function has evolved at some of the fastest growing B2B organizations in tech and the skills employers look for today when recruiting new talentSign Up
In our conversation Kevin will discuss how he transitioned from engineering to marketing and the skills that have contributed to his ability to create several multi-million dollar businesses.Sign Up
In this seminar Jeff will discuss how he went from Non-Profits to establishing himself as a client services expert through his roles in Account Management in Client Success.Sign Up
Blaire Hervey will discuss how she develops talent with a focus on inclusivity as a sales training leader. She will also talk about what it takes to be successful in revenue roles at companies like AWS.Sign Up
In this live podcast recording of The Mentors Podcast Josh will talk about how he went from being a hardware engineer at SpaceX to launching a quickly growing consumer health brand.Sign Up
Juan will talk through how his entrepreneurial background prepared him for the product innovation role at Amex and how the 170 year old company makes key product decisionsSign Up
Nicole's session will cover how her experience in strategy and project management led to a role in operations at Lyft, and how Ops teams at Lyft are optimized for growthSign Up
Megan will talk about how she got involved with Uber Eats on the partnership side while still in college, and how her career in Customer Success has evolved over the last four yearsSign Up
Brett will be leading a conversation about his trajectory from engineering to tech sales, starting with his background in working with the federal government before moving to commercialSign Up
Keisha will discuss how her role utilizes both technical and non-technical skillsets to make informed product decisions and how she transitioned into Product from a Business Analyst role.Sign Up
Rose will be leading a discussion on how she develops and implements strategic marketing plans involving advertising, demand generation, events, content marketing, etc.Sign Up
Mona will be leading a discussion on building a fashion brand to process over $7 billion in transactions and growing a team from 0 to 100 employees with her first technology business.Sign Up
Prabha will discuss the three core pillars of product marketing and the growing opportunities in this increasingly important field at established and emerging technology brandsSign Up