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Bloomberg's Roy Bahat: Who Should a Startup Hire First?

Avoid people whose skills complement yours! Consider the “cell division” approach instead.
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Originally posted on Also.com

Avoid people whose skills complement yours! Consider the “cell division” approach instead.

Early hiring, yet another area where startups often reverse Muggle business logic. Conventional hiring wisdom says to add people who excel at important skills you lack. “I’m great at product and engineering. We need sales, though, so let’s hire a fantastic salesperson!”

Support Girls in STEM Through Vision to Share

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Vision to Share: Girls in STEM

VSP Vision Care, the nation's only not-for-profit vision care company, is asking you to share their vision of empowering girls to realize their full potential. They are raising awareness about young women who are pursuing careers in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math), and helping to fund ChickTech programs across the U.S.

The Rise of Women in the STEM Workforce | #GHC16

By Gabriel Pesek
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While the widespread availability of support programs for building a female presence in the STEM workforces is a comparatively recent emergence, the importance of women in these fields naturally dates back as far as the fields themselves.

At this year’s Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing...

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Beyond Ada: The Future Of Women In STEM

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Originally posted on Huffington Post

By Becky Plummer
Senior Software Engineer at Bloomberg LP in London

Happy Ada Lovelace Day everyone! Today is a day to celebrate the incredible achievements of women in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) who’ve come before us. It’s also a day to look to the future.

How I Became a Techie: Amy Villasenor

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“Sometimes, you run into a road block and you’re stuck, but that’s what engineering is all about: finding a better solution.” — Amy Villasenor

A digital clock in my parents’ room was the first object that got me interested in technology. I was seven years old, and I’d stare at it and wonder, “How does that clock know that that number needs to change? How does it know that 60 seconds just passed?”

How I Became a Techie: Hugo Romero

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“If you’re going to be in this field, you always need to want to make the world better.” — Hugo Romero

World’s Largest Combined Sewer Reservoir Captures APWA Top Environment Project Award

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OVERLAND PARK, Kansas, September 20, 2016/3BL Media – The Thornton Composite Reservoir, part of a massive Chicago-area combined sewer tunnel collection system that helps protect against flooding and pollution resulting from storm-related sewer overflows, has been named an American Public Works Association (APWA) Public Works Project of the Year. Thornton’s reservoir capacity is up to 7.9 billion gallons of water, making it the largest combined sewer reservoir in the world. 

Qualcomm Expands its Role with FIRST. New FIRST Tech Challenge Game Announced. [Video]

By Brittany Haile - Associate Coordinator
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Watching the youth participants at a recent FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) event, I cannot help but feel inspired. The girls and boys, ranging in age from 6-18, are all smiles, whether they are listening intently to Qualcomm volunteer mentors or skillfully maneuvering robots of all sizes inside their respective arenas.

Video: Bloomberg Startup Is Full STEAM Ahead

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Bloomberg Startup workshops immerse under-served students in Bloomberg’s culture, products, and values. Students receive technical and leadership training from dedicated employee volunteers and mentors through a series of workshops focused on STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, the Arts, Mathematics) subjects, as well as college and career readiness. For Engineering jobs: http://bit.ly/23gXZzd

Back to School Activities to Jumpstart Young Innovator’s School Year

These free educational materials are the perfect way to get kids ready for back to school season.
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As summer draws to an end it can be a challenge to get kids excited to head back to school. Boeing’s 100 Days of Learning content is the perfect way to get kids ready to jump back into the classroom. With hands-on activities that will get kids thinking creatively while building rocket ships and airplane wings from everyday household materials, preparing to strap on a backpack and hit the books has never been more thrilling.

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