Are you a recent graduate that’s looking for CV advice? Houda from the mthree talent team can help you. Her career journey involves working as a nurse and in the Army – her experience means she has lots of valuable advice for those just starting out in the career. Read her blog.
If you’re early in your career, you’ll want to hear from Fadil. He was promoted to Assistant Vice President at a leading investment bank after only 2 years in his role. Fadil tells us his career journey and why he chose mthree as his graduate program of choice. Read his blog.
We’re excited to announce the launch of our partnership with myGwork - LGBT+ professionals & allies. myGwork provides a safe space for LGBT+ graduates and business professionals while connecting them with inclusive employers. We’re passionate about helping LGBT+ grads find their first role in tech and banking, and ensuring that it’s in a supportive and welcoming environment. We look forward to working with more of the LGBT+ community thanks to myGwork!
If you’re a developer, you’ll want to know about Apps Script. Calvin Moser, Software Development Engineering Instructor at The Software Guild shares his tips on how developers can improve productivity, create and deploy internal workflow applications, and develop full-fledged customer-facing applications using Apps Script – a hidden tool in Google Workspace. Read the blog to find out more.
If you plan to take the AWS Cloud Practitioner Exam, you’ll want to read this blog. mthree Alumni Alexis Dalforno shares her tips for passing the AWS Cloud Practitioner Exam and includes her top recommended study tools. If you want to pass the exam first time, check out her blog.
In the early days of your career, your lack of experience means that having a good personal brand is crucial. In this blog, find out the benefits of a good personal brand and learn our top 4 tips for developing and maintaining one. If you’re job hunting and looking for ways to make yourself stand out from the crowd, you’ll want to have a read.
At mthree, we’re shaping a more diverse workforce for tomorrow. Sounds impressive. But what does that mean? And how are we working to increase diversity? We spoke to the team that makes it all happen. Meet Scott, Houda, Chanel and Steve from mthree’s North America talent team, read the blog.
With much of the world still working from home, virtual onboarding is here to stay. Joining a new company can be nerve-racking. Especially if you’re a graduate and it’s your first professional job – the idea of virtual onboarding can be daunting. That’s why Emily Keefe from mthree has written a blog on make a great first impression during the process. Read the blog.
If you’re early in your career, Fadil Nohur has some great advice for you. After only 2 years into his software development career, he was promoted to Assistant Vice President at one of the world’s leading banks. How did he get promoted to a senior position so early? What advice does he have for others that want to do the same? Find out in our interview with him. Learn more about what it means to work in software engineering at a bank, the benefits of joining Alumni vs a traditional grad program, Fadil’s recommendations for developing your skillset and more by reading the blog.
One of the most common mental benefits of exercise is stress relief. Exercise also increases concentrations of a chemical called norepinephrine that can moderate the brain’s response to stress. Working out can reduce stress and boost the body’s ability to deal with existing mental tension. Exercise releases endorphins which create feelings of happiness and euphoria. Studies have shown that exercise can even alleviate symptoms among the clinically depressed. In some cases, exercise can be just as effective as antidepressant pills in treating depression. In this mechanical world where people are running after material pleasures and inviting stress, a short morning walk can do wonders in curtailing the level of stress in them. On a very basic level, physical fitness can boost self-esteem and improve self-image. Once you start and maintain the specific physical exercise, you can never go back. Your body will crave this healthy "drug," which will stick with you for the rest of your life, improving it in many aspects. Time spent for physical exercises is never lost.