If you’re a technology professional who has had to take time off for family caregiving or other personal responsibilities, you know that the idea of returning to work can be a challenging, even scary, proposition. But it doesn’t have to be.
The Intuit Again returnship program is designed to be a pathway into a full-time career allowing you to work on a team to refresh your skills and apply your newly learned skills in a supportive, structured 16-week program. The program is supported by a dedicated program team comprising of leaders, program managers and fellow returnees.
Get up to speed with one-on-one mentoring. Work on meaningful work on projects that make real impact
Leverage career development programs and leadership chats to upgrade tech skills. Get support from the Intuit Again returnship program management team, returnees and leaders.
Participate in on boarding boot camps to learn what's new in tech. Convert to a full-time employee upon successful completion of the program.
Software Engineer, QuickBooks
“When we arrived, everyone in the cohort was in the same boat. We had less confidence and had some doubt about getting back into the workforce. But this program gave us a great boost. Every two weeks we had check-in meetings with someone from the Intuit Again returnship program leadership team or with others in leadership who had also taken a career break.”Read More
Software Engineer, Intuit Data Engineering Group
“We were able to meet so many people in leadership, including the CTO. It gave me the feeling that they really wanted to make a difference in our life. It has helped me believe in myself and has given me the confidence that I can provide regular contributions in today’s world. And it was all possible because of the strong mentorship I got.”Read More
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1) Visit https://www.codecademy.com/
2) Pick up a copy of CleanCode:A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship
3) Start a Github and participate in projects
4) Challenge yourself with online projects: https://edabit.com/challenges and https://codingbat.com/java
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