If you’re looking for a graduate scheme in IT, then take a look and apply for the scheme that I’ve been on since September.
As part of the IT Architecture stream, I’ve been working with colleagues on designing new or making changes to existing IT systems. I’ve learnt so much within 3 months there already with the support of my line manager, mentor and sponsor, as well as, other members of my team and other members of the company.
As graduates we are also striving towards giving back, we are doing this through the company aligned charity Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH).
With the Costa sale, Whitbread brands such as Premier Inn and Beefeater, are going to be in an even stronger position for growth and this is where IT is key.
So take a look:
If you have any questions, feel free to message me! 🤓
6 years ago I went to Brunel University for a Computing Taster Day, having not decided what I was going to do at uni yet or what uni to go to, but that day I decided both those things!
Crazy how time flies, I’ve finished my degree and am working in tech, if it wasn’t for events like that I don’t know where I’d be or what I would have done. That’s why putting effort back into promoting STEM has best interest for everybody!
My week summed up: Early mornings, awful drives home, free lunch and nice work campus walks 🤓
Now for the weekend, seeing my boyfriend and relaxing before doing it all again next week!
It’s with great pleasure (and amazement) that I say I have over 1500+ followers over 4 social media platforms, but I’d love to grow this even further, so that IT Girl can try to help one more girl out there into STEM and to grow a bigger network at the same time. So please share http://www.TashaITGirl.com on any platform you see fit, or if you have any ideas it would be great to collaborate with 🤓 Thank you x
I was thinking about how I could expand my coding knowledge in my spare time, without having to sit at a computer to learn.
So I took a look at the “learn to code” apps on the Apple App Store, and after trying out a few I found that the reviews and the ease of use is in the Mimo App.
So give it a go – it may be for you 🤓 📱
TechCrunch did a great article on their opinion of it: https://techcrunch.com/2016/08/19/mimos-new-app-teaches-you-how-to-code-on-your-iphone/?guccounter=1
Take a look at Bekah Hawrot Weigal’s blog Life + Code… or follow her on Twitter @BekahHW
Learn about her personal reason of why she codes: https://bekahhw.github.io/blog/2018/04/23/How-coding-has-been-therapeutic-for-my-PTSD
I’ve found Bekah’s blog and articles included in this post, to be both inspiring and empowering!
Keep doing what you’re doing Bekah 💪🏻👩💻
1) Codecademy – Learn to code for free
2) Udemy – Not only IT courses free/paid
3) IT Online Learning – Paid certifications
4) Plural Sight – Subscription courses
5) Coursera – Free online courses
6) edX – Computer Science courses
7) MIT OpenCourseWare – Free tech learning materials
8) Treehouse – Web Development courses
9) Udacity – Subscription courses
10) Lynda – LinkedIn Learning courses
Many of these websites are what I use in my spare time to gain some technical coding knowledge, but they are also good for learning business “soft” skills too!
Take a look 🙂