We skip the basics to focus on making the biggest impact to your recruiting process.
Quickly get your foot in the door with companies via a weekly plan of attack covered at each workshop.
Work with successful alumni in your field of choice to prepare for interviews and expedite your job search.
Join a network of other amazing students that will be there throughout your career to support you.
Ask a CEO for career advice at a Florian Friday, our speaker series that highlights industry leaders.
Learn what 20% of tactics drive 80% of the gains in your job search, and begin putting them into practice.
Discover why resume drops are not effective, and what you'll be doing instead to get an initial interview with companies.
Receive access to the Florian Career Log, a way to accelerate your outreach. Connect with companies that are a good fit.
Begin informational interviews with employees at your target companies, with help from Florian and our alumni.
Learn how to build rapport with anyone you speak with. Work with alumni on crafting your story to stand out.
Go through interview ins and outs, and proper structuring for different question types. Practice mock interviews.
Find out how to stay top of mind with recruiters after the interview. Learn how to negotiate your offer and leverage it for other roles.
You've accepted the offer! Now let's turn our attention to setting you up for success in the role and surpassing expectations.
Workshops will be led by Emon Motamedi, Florian's founder and CEO.
Having worked with over 1,000 students, Emon will bring tried and tested tactics to help you accelerate your job search.
Prior to Florian, Emon led the Video and Digital Economy teams at Reddit as a Senior Product Manager. Before that, he spent several years in investment banking and private equity.
Emon graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from UC Berkeley, with a double major in business and cognitive science and a minor in computer science.
Anyone is welcome! Whether you're a senior scrambling to find a job before graduation, a freshman looking to land that first summer internship, or anywhere in between, we're happy to help support you.
We are! We have offered funding as an alternative to loans and career services to students over the past 2 years. Throughout this time, we've had many students reach out interested in our career services, but who did not need funding. We created this program to support those students and others like them through their recruiting journey.
No problem! We'll provide you with a recording afterward so you can catch up on what you missed.
Our mission has always been to support underserved student populations. We've found that the cost of other programs can often be inaccessible for these demographics, which is why we've tried to craft ours so that it isn't exclusionary toward broad groups of students. If for whatever reason this is still out of reach, feel free to submit an application and then send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We will do our best to accommodate your situation.
The program begins the week of March 29.