Whether you're looking for part-time or full-time position during the school year or over the summer, we've got options for you. Tell us what skills you currently bring to the table and what you want in your next role. We’ll match you with a company that best suits your interests (and a company that needs you!).
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“I’ve had a great experience with Gen She where I got matched to Project Invent due to my interests in education, technology, and startups where I was able to further my interests in product by learning more about innovation through Project Invent’s programs and their vast volunteer network of working professionals. I am super grateful to Gen She for helping me dive deeper into my professional and personal goals of doing valuable work for a high impact start-up and have enjoyed the process of finding a great internship through a streamlined application, matching, and interview process.”
Eleanor Pae, PM at Project Invent, Prev Microsoft, UCLA
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Ready to land a job with Gen She? Start your application here! Fill out all the information honestly and accurately; this will help us match you with the best company.
Once you’ve submitted the application, we will begin generating matches between you and potential companies. All you have to do is wait for the interview offers to come to your inbox! They could come in two weeks or months later. This is because new companies partner with us year-round, allowing them and applicants the flexibility to start and end depending on their schedule.
Schedule an interview with the companies directly and see if they could be the right fit for you. In some cases, a secondary interview or a short-term trial period at the company may be necessary in order to fully secure your position.
Congratulations! A company thinks you’ll be a perfect addition to their team. Perform well and you might just get a full-time offer.
How to Prepare for Interviews
Research the company you’re interviewing for. Glance over their website and know their mission. Note any important details (new products or services, news, acquisitions, etc.) as they could be mentioned in the interview.
Subsequently, know the person who’s interviewing you. Are they the founder or someone from HR? Are they your potential supervisor or co-worker? The questions asked in the interview can differ depending on the person’s role.
Review the responsibilities/duties in the job description and determine specific examples of success for each responsibility based on your past experiences. You don’t want to just say you have great data analysis skills; support that statement with an example.
Most importantly, be confident! Connect your professional goals, skills, and experiences to the job. Companies want to find somebody that’s not only a good fit for their brand and culture, but also someone who’s “been there and done that.” Let them know that you’re that somebody!