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In today's episode of 'The Job Hunt', I sit down and chat with Jonathan Javier, CEO and Founder of Wonsulting!Today's episode marks the 10th - and final - episode of The Job Hunt Season 1. We end things with a bang as Jonathan walks us through his recruiting path, how he founded Wonsulting, and his personalized advice for the underdogs out there - students from diverse, URM, non-traditional, so-called 'non-target' backgrounds - who want to become winners.If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us on LinkedIn (Jonathan Javier // Bryan Wang). In the meantime, check out my newsletter and blog for free recruiting resources, and stay tuned for more episodes with more amazing guests!Best of luck, and stay healthy + happy in these covidious times!Jonathan's Instagram // Wonsulting // Wonsulting YouTube // Wonsulting TikTokDISCLAIMER: All views expressed in 'The Job Hunt', both by host and guests, are the sole opinion of the individuals noted above, and are not necessarily representative of the official position(s) of either parties' respective employers or affiliated organizations.
In today's episode of 'The Job Hunt', I sit down and chat with Nicole Chen, a Software Engineer at Fivestars.Episode 9 is for the students interested in software engineering and STEM! Nicole and I cover everything from networking and attending career fairs (and tips and tricks for standing out!) to interviewing best practices for software engineering and technical roles.That being said, even if you're not STEM or interested in entering SWE, this episode is still a great listen for those interested in learning about Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (in tech and beyond!), navigating career fairs, and dealing with impostor syndrome.If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us on LinkedIn (Nicole Chen // Bryan Wang). In the meantime, check out my newsletter and blog for free recruiting resources, and stay tuned for more episodes with more amazing guests!Best of luck, and stay healthy + happy in these covidious times!DISCLAIMER: All views expressed in 'The Job Hunt', both by host and guests, are the sole opinion of the individuals noted above, and are not necessarily representative of the official position(s) of either parties' respective employers or affiliated organizations.
In Episode 8.2, Jerry walks us through some best practices for recruiting as a URM student from a non-target school, as well as his tips and tricks for standing out in your internships and landing the return offer.If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us on LinkedIn (Jerry Lee // Bryan Wang). In the meantime, check out my newsletter and blog for free recruiting resources, and stay tuned for more episodes with more amazing guests!Best of luck, and stay healthy + happy in these covidious times!Jerry's Instagram // Wonsulting // Wonsulting YouTube // Wonsulting TikTokDISCLAIMER: All views expressed in 'The Job Hunt', both by host and guests, are the sole opinion of the individuals noted above, and are not necessarily representative of the official position(s) of either parties' respective employers or affiliated organizations.
In today's episode of 'The Job Hunt', I sit down and chat with Jerry Lee, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer of Wonsulting, a career prep company, and Product Strategy and Analytics Manager at Lucidchart.Episode 8 will be split into two episodes - 8.1 and 8.2 - and will be released together. Episode 8.1 will focus on Jerry's recruiting journey as well as his tips and tricks for navigating his LinkedIn content and free professional resources.Episode 8.2 will focus on Jerry's best practices for recruiting as a URM student from a non-target school, as well as his tips and tricks for standing out in your internships and landing the return offer.If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us on LinkedIn (Jerry Lee // Bryan Wang). In the meantime, check out my newsletter and blog for free recruiting resources, and stay tuned for more episodes with more amazing guests!Best of luck, and stay healthy + happy in these covidious times!Jerry's Instagram // Wonsulting // Wonsulting YouTube // Wonsulting TikTokDISCLAIMER: All views expressed in 'The Job Hunt', both by host and guests, are the sole opinion of the individuals noted above, and are not necessarily representative of the official position(s) of either parties' respective employers or affiliated organizations.
In Episode 7.2, Cynthia walks us through the in's and out's of networking, pivoting from marketing and finance, and building meaningful relationships with mentors.We also talk about best practices for interviews, red flags to look out for when networking and finding mentors, and peer pressure - especially in college. If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us on LinkedIn (Cynthia Huang // Bryan Wang). In the meantime, check out my newsletter and blog for free recruiting resources, and stay tuned for more episodes with more amazing guests!Best of luck, and stay healthy + happy in these covidious times!Cynthia's Instagram // @CareerBabe TikTok // Sprout Mentorship // LinkTreeDISCLAIMER: All views expressed in 'The Job Hunt', both by host and guests, are the sole opinion of the individuals noted above, and are not necessarily representative of the official position(s) of either parties' respective employers or affiliated organizations.
In today's episode of 'The Job Hunt', I sit down and chat with Cynthia Huang, a banker-turned Marketing Manager at a luxury fashion retailer and founder of @CareerBabe and Sprout Mentorship (check them out!!).Episode 7 will be split into two episodes - 7.1 and 7.2 - and will be released together. Episode 7.1 will focus on Cynthia's tips and tricks for networking, especially from a perspective of a founder of a mentorship platform that aims to connect ambitious students with equally ambitious student-turned working professionals and alumni.Episode 7.2 will focus on Cynthia's best practices for not only building meaningful relationships with mentors but also on switching careers, standing out during interviews, and finding your own path and not being pressured by your peers.If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us on LinkedIn (Cynthia Huang // Bryan Wang). In the meantime, check out my newsletter and blog for free recruiting resources, and stay tuned for more episodes with more amazing guests!Best of luck, and stay healthy + happy in these covidious times!Cynthia's Instagram // @CareerBabe TikTok // Sprout Mentorship // LinkTreeDISCLAIMER: All views expressed in 'The Job Hunt', both by host and guests, are the sole opinion of the individuals noted above, and are not necessarily representative of the official position(s) of either parties' respective employers or affiliated organizations.
In Episode 6.2, Joey walks us through the resources and communities that inspired, supported, and empowered with the knowledge and tools to deal with rejection, interview with leading companies, and land an offer with a company that not only talks the talk but walks the walk when it comes to Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion. This is a great episode regardless of your sexual orientation, because you'll either learn valuable resources at your disposal or listen a valuable perspective that can help you become a more mindful ally.If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us on LinkedIn (Joey Kratz // Bryan Wang). In the meantime, check out my newsletter for free recruiting resources, and stay tuned for our upcoming written guides on breaking into product!Best of luck, and stay healthy + happy in these covidious times!DISCLAIMER: All views expressed in 'The Job Hunt', both by host and guests, are the sole opinion of the individuals noted above, and are not necessarily representative of the official position(s) of either parties' respective employers or affiliated organizations.
In today's episode of 'The Job Hunt', I sit down and chat with Joey Kratz, a Data Analyst at an investment management firm (one that has asked to not disclose its identity in this podcast, how fancy!).Episode 6 will be split into two episodes - 6.1 and 6.2 - and will be released together. Episode 6.1 will focus on Joey's personal recruiting journey, and some curated advice on thinking about double majoring, pursuing a career in data and analytics, and entering into finance from a non-traditional finance background.Episode 6.2 will focus on Joey's experience recruiting as part of the LGBTQ+ community. Joey will cover multiple resources and communities that have helped and inspired him, and walks us through how students can make the most these valuable resources.If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us on LinkedIn (Joey Kratz // Bryan Wang). In the meantime, check out my newsletter for free recruiting resources, and stay tuned for our upcoming written guides on breaking into product!Best of luck, and stay healthy + happy in these covidious times!DISCLAIMER: All views expressed in 'The Job Hunt', both by host and guests, are the sole opinion of the individuals noted above, and are not necessarily representative of the official position(s) of either parties' respective employers or affiliated organizations.
In Episode 5.2, Grace and I discuss how to ace behavioral interviews and navigate the nuances of Design and UI/UX interviews. We also talk about her 3 Golden Rules for converting an internship into a full-time offer (and offer irresistible value to your employer!), as well as her story overcoming hardship and how she learned to have confidence in herself and ignore the haters.If you want these takeaways (and MORE) in written form, check out our notes + transcript page. If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us on LinkedIn (Grace Ling // Bryan Wang). In the meantime, check out my newsletter for free recruiting resources, and stay tuned for our upcoming written guides on breaking into product!Best of luck, and stay healthy + happy in these covidious times!CHECK OUT MORE OF GRACE HEREBusiness Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/candyleaf_/Personal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/irungracepace/Twitter: https://twitter.com/candyleaf_Website / Portfolio: https://grace-ling.com/Design Buddies Community: https://designbuddies.community/Join Design Buddies: https://discord.gg/rMEYCQtDISCLAIMER: All views expressed in 'The Job Hunt', both by host and guests, are the sole opinion of the individuals noted above, and are not necessarily representative of the official position(s) of either parties' respective employers or affiliated organizations.
In today's episode of 'The Job Hunt', I sit down and chat with Grace Ling, a UX Designer at Electronic Arts and founder of Design Buddies, one of the largest design mentorship platforms on the web.Episode 5 will be split into two episodes - 5.1 and 5.2 - and will be released together. Episode 5.1 will focus on Grace's personal recruiting journey and the importance of networking to her success as well as your's.Episode 5.2 will focus on Grace's interviewing tips and tricks - both for Design as well as behavioral interviews in general - as well as her three golden rules for standing out in an internship and landing the return offer (even during COVID-19).If you want these takeaways (and MORE), check out our notes + transcript page. If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us on LinkedIn (Grace Ling // Bryan Wang). In the meantime, check out my newsletter for free recruiting resources, and stay tuned for our upcoming written guides on breaking into product!Best of luck, and stay healthy + happy in these covidious times!CHECK OUT MORE OF GRACE HEREBusiness Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/candyleaf_/Personal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/irungracepace/Twitter: https://twitter.com/candyleaf_Website / Portfolio: https://grace-ling.com/Design Buddies Community: https://designbuddies.community/Join Design Buddies: https://discord.gg/rMEYCQtDISCLAIMER: All views expressed in 'The Job Hunt', both by host and guests, are the sole opinion of the individuals noted above, and are not necessarily representative of the official position(s) of either parties' respective employers or affiliated organizations.
In the finale of our Four Part episode series, Hamza and I discuss his three biggest tips in killing your internship and landing a return offer, why cereal is not soup but tea is, and some concluding remarks on his personal journey and finding the grind.If you want these takeaways (and MORE) in written form, check out our notes + transcript page. If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us on LinkedIn (Hamza Khawaja // Bryan Wang). In the meantime, check out my newsletter for free recruiting resources, and stay tuned for our upcoming written guides on breaking into product!Best of luck, and stay healthy + happy in these covidious times!DISCLAIMER: All views expressed in 'The Job Hunt', both by host and guests, are the sole opinion of the individuals noted above, and are not necessarily representative of the official position(s) of either parties' respective employers or affiliated organizations.
In Part Three of a Four Part episode series, Hamza and I discuss how he landed Kleiner Perkins and Ripcord, and his two golden rules for standing out in interviews.If you want these takeaways (and MORE) in written form, check out our notes + transcript page. If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us on LinkedIn (Hamza Khawaja // Bryan Wang). In the meantime, check out my newsletter for free recruiting resources, and stay tuned for our upcoming written guides on breaking into product!Best of luck, and stay healthy + happy in these covidious times!DISCLAIMER: All views expressed in 'The Job Hunt', both by host and guests, are the sole opinion of the individuals noted above, and are not necessarily representative of the official position(s) of either parties' respective employers or affiliated organizations.
In Part Two of a Four Part episode series, Hamza and I discuss his five actionable tips for authentic networking and standing out in your coffee chats.If you want these takeaways (and MORE) in a written format, check out our notes + transcript page. If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us on LinkedIn (Hamza Khawaja // Bryan Wang). In the meantime, check out my newsletter for free recruiting resources, and stay tuned for our upcoming written guides on breaking into product!Best of luck, and stay healthy + happy in these covidious times!DISCLAIMER: All views expressed in 'The Job Hunt', both by host and guests, are the sole opinion of the individuals noted above, and are not necessarily representative of the official position(s) of either parties' respective employers or affiliated organizations.
In today's episode of 'The Job Hunt', I sit down and chat with Hamza Khawaja, a 12x former intern at Google, Salesforce, and Tesla (and a LOT more), and current Product Fellow at Kleiner Perkins. We recorded over one and a half hour's of content, so in today's episode - and likely future ones - I'll be splitting each episode into multiple parts so you get the highlights in quicker, more digestible segments. In Part One of a Four Part episode series, Hamza and I discuss his recruiting story and journey, and his eight takeaways for internship and job hunting success.If you want these takeaways (and MORE), check out our notes + transcript page. If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us on LinkedIn (Hamza Khawaja // Bryan Wang). In the meantime, check out my newsletter for free recruiting resources, and stay tuned for our upcoming written guides on breaking into product!Best of luck, and stay healthy + happy in these covidious times!DISCLAIMER: All views expressed in 'The Job Hunt', both by host and guests, are the sole opinion of the individuals noted above, and are not necessarily representative of the official position(s) of either parties' respective employers or affiliated organizations.
In today's episode of 'The Job Hunt', I sit down and chat with Angelica Song, a college influencer, internet personality, and APMM intern at Google. Some takeaways from our chat include:Angelica's personal experience dealing with recruiting and rejecting, and her tips and tricks for standing out during coffee chats and interviewsAngelica's story building her own digital brand and creating viral content on TikTok (and I oop-), YouTube, and Instagram through UrCollegeSisAngelica's hot takes on Kanye West (and 'stanning' Taylor Swift)For more, check out our notes + transcript page. If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us on LinkedIn (Angelica Song // Bryan Wang). In the meantime, check out my newsletter for free recruiting resources, and if you want to learn more about Angelica and UrCollegeSis check out the links below!Angelica Song InstagramUrCollegeSis InstagramAngelica Song YouTubeAngelica Song TikTok (rip tiktok?) Best of luck, and stay healthy + happy in these covidious times!DISCLAIMER: All views expressed in 'The Job Hunt', both by host and guests, are the sole opinion of the individuals noted above, and are not necessarily representative of the official position(s) of either parties' respective employers or affiliated organizations.
In today's episode of 'The Job Hunt', I sit down and chat with Carmelia Muljadi, a Strategy Analyst at Accenture. Some takeaways from our chat include:Carmelia's personal experience recruiting in consulting, and her advice on casing and telling your story in behavioral interviewsThe importance of networking and centering conversations on people, not companies, prestige, or productsCarmelia's self-care tips and thoughts on mental health (and living your best professional and personal life in these 'covidious' times)For more, check out our notes + transcript page. If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us on LinkedIn (Carmelia Mulajdi // Bryan Wang). In the meantime, check out my newsletter for free recruiting resources, and if you're interested in consulting use this Google Drive link to access +100 case books and guides. Best of luck, and stay healthy + happy in these covidious times!DISCLAIMER: All views expressed in 'The Job Hunt', both by host and guests, are the sole opinion of the individuals noted above, and are not necessarily representative of the official position(s) of either parties' respective employers or affiliated organizations.
In today's episode of 'The Job Hunt', I sat down and chatted with Alex Jang, a Business Analyst at McKinsey & Company. Some takeaways from our chat include:Alex's personal experience recruiting in consultingAlex's advice on authentic networking and navigating remote recruiting (re: virtual information sessions and coffee chats)Alex's tips and tricks on how to stand out as a candidateOur hot takes on astrology and horoscopesFor more, check out out notes + transcript page. If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out to us on LinkedIn (Alex Jang // Bryan Wang). In the meantime, check out my newsletter for free recruiting resources, and if you're interested in consulting use this Google Drive link to access +100 case books and guides. Best of luck, and stay healthy + happy in these covidious times!DISCLAIMER: All views expressed in 'The Job Hunt', both by host and guests, are the sole opinion of the individuals noted above, and are not necessarily representative of the official position(s) of either parties' respective employers or affiliated organizations.
Are you a student or job/internship seeker who has questions about recruiting, networking, writing resumes and cover letters, landing a job offer, and just life in general?If so, welcome to The Job Hunt!The Job Hunt is a podcast for students and prospective job/internship seekers who are looking for a fresh, postgrad perspective on recruiting. Each week, I interview ambitious working professionals and college students who work from Wall Street to Main Street, from the private, public, and social sectors and everything in-between, and get their raw insights - and tips and tricks - for professional and personal success.The Job Hunt will publish new episodes every Tuesday 12 PM PST, and in next week's first-ever episode we'll sit down and chat with Alex Jang, a business analyst at McKinsey & Company. Alex will be sharing his personal experience recruiting with McKinsey, tips and tricks for breaking into consulting, and an insider's perspective on how you - the candidate - can put your best foot forward and truly stand out.
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