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The I/Own It Scholarship and Internship opportunities have been open for two weeks now and the feedback from students has been overwhelming! Alongside being a leader in digital experience optimization, Optimizely is committed to doing what it takes to create a diverse and inclusive workspace, including launching a company mentorship program.
Jessica Chong, a former recipient of the Optimizely scholarship and now Senior Engineer said, “I feel extremely lucky to have had access to this internship. While a lot of my Hack Reactor friends were going through the job interview process, I was already getting hands-on experience in a large-scale codebase.” Jessica was awarded the scholarship along with two other recipients when the program first launched, and now works on the Optimizely engineering team. She ran the 2017 scholarship program.
Scholarship awardees will be eligible for:
A full scholarship to the January immersive program
A $1500 monthly living stipend provided by Optimizely
A three-month internship with Optimizely upon graduation
To apply for the I/OwnIt Scholarship;
Visit the I/Own It Site and submit Part 1 and Part 2 of the Scholarship Application by October 26, 2018
Pass a Hack Reactor Technical Interview or Readiness Assessment by October 26, 2018 -- Learn more about the process and get started. New learners typically need a minimum of four weeks of study to pass our technical interview.
Be available for Skype interviews with Optimizely the week of November 5, 2018
Hack Reactor remains committed to diversity in software engineering and is actively seeking corporate partners for an ambitious initiative to help bridge the gender gap in mid- to senior-level engineering roles. If you are a company interested in supporting diversity efforts please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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