Monthly Archives: March 2013

Online Resume Books

Hey Recruiters! We’re excited to release a new feature – online resume books. You can now search for and view student profiles by resume book. We were just at U.C. Berkeley’s Startup Career Fair and created a resume book for the students that we met there. If you didn’t get a chance to go, youContinue Reading

Top 10 Cities For New College Grads in 2013 and Companies That Are Hiring There

Forbes.com wrote an article today featuring Rent.com’s published list of the top 10 cities for new college grads to live in 2013.  My feeling is that if you have coding skills the world is your oyster (what does that mean anyway?). That said, you may want to move to a city where some of yourContinue Reading

Top 5 Things I Did to Get 5 Job Offers

The following post was submitted by one of our Readyforce students: Maxwell Elliott from Ohio State University. Maxwell connected with over 25 companies and received 5 job offers after creating a profile on Readyforce.  He recently accepted a position with Originate. Congratulations Maxwell!     When other students ask about how my job search isContinue Reading

More Good News for CS Interns

If you saw the post on the salaries for the 2012 graduating class and used that info to decide to major in CS, you are probably wondering now what am I going to do for an internship? Luckily, there’s tons of companies on Readyforce that are looking for interns.  We profiled some of them like: Facebook, 10gen, Box, and Chegg to nameContinue Reading

Company Spotlight: Originate

Originate wants to save brilliant college grads from the corporate world.  They want to save YOU from working for the big dark world of suits and cubicles.  They believe brilliant people belong at startups and they have just the company that smart, fun folks should work at. Part VC, part software house, Originate builds startups byContinue Reading

And The Winners Are…Rapsberry Pi Giveaway Announced!

Thanks to all our fans that entered last month’s giveaway for 10 Raspberry Pi’s.  We are looking forward to see what everyone uses them for. And the winners are: Jeff T.  from Ohio State Adriel K. from Boston University Ankush D. from University of Florida Conor O’D. from Notre Dame Toren S. from San FranciscoContinue Reading