TCF Q&A: Making Use of Professional Connection and Job Search Strategy

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Want to get started with industrial professional connection and learn about different ways to search for student/new-grad positions? Our speakers with diverse backgrounds including software, entrepreneurship, product management, etc will share tips and experiences regarding networking and job search!

Speakers: Enrique Moran, Parsa Riahi, and Jisoo Kang.

About Enrique Moran: Enrique is a fifth year student in biomedical engineering, and has previously worked at Google, Microsoft, and LinkedIn. Last year, he joined a YC-backed startup, Pair Team, as engineer #3 to improve primary care for vulnerable communities in the US. Enrique has been honoured with Kleiner Perkins fellowship, Neo VC Scholarship, and League of Innovators incubation program.

About Parsa Riahi: Parsa is the co-founder and CTO of Dyne, a published Machine Learning Researcher, and a podcast host. At 22 years old, his startup has partnered with Microsoft, raised $2M of funding, filed 2 patents, ranked in the top 5 of 1500 startups in North America, and has grown to a team of 35 all working together to provide AI analytics to the restaurant industry. His research on Neural Architecture Search and experience in Transfer Learning, NLP, and Reinforcement Learning plays a crucial part in creating Dyne’s ML engine that now serves hundreds of restaurants nationwide. He is also hiring, so come apply!

About Jisoo Kang: Jisoo is in her last year at the University of British Columbia pursuing Business Technology Management, in the Human and Social Computing stream. She has worked as a Product Strategy Intern at SAP and later as a Product Marketing Manager Intern at Microsoft and Intuit. She is excited about all things biztech, education, and entrepreneurship. With her front-seat experiences in product strategy & operations, Jisoo will certainly bring fresh perspectives onto the table!

Format: 45-60min Q&A, panel-style.

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