What’s in it for you in Like A Coffee?
When you are a fresh graduate your priority looks to be the experience gaining since tackling the world of work is no easy challenge for a talent to unleash his or her full potential.
But without a proper framework to act in, the sole work experience could not suffice.
A custom-designed learning path whose purpose is to turn you from a talent into an ICT junior expert could be a great opportunity to take and a safe way to accelerate your know-how and get to your professional goal quickly.
Here is a short video on how we have designed this learning path:
What matters and tops it off is the opportunity to develop organization skills which come in handy when it is about setting up both daily and weekly purposes, prioritizing activities and tasks, implementing procedures, monitoring your milestones and, ultimately, achieving your goals.
Do you think you are able to manage your own time?
Let’s hear what the development team members from Liepaja (Latvia) think about the opportunity to join Like A Coffee in order to improve their self-discipline so as to achieve the goals they have set beforehand:
Upskilling is no quick task if you are not supported by a larger community made up both by peers and seniors. The interactions which occur daily can take you further than you might think, while you see yourself becoming more and more flexible by acquiring the right mindset to work on European IT projects by means of state-of-art technologies.
Let’s listen to Giuseppe’s experience:
Behind every project there is a whole community involved.
Not just development side but also management and communication sides play a significant role. This makes the experience of each of you, young talents, enriching.
The core of the self-development for you lies, no doubt, in the relationship with the mentor/senior developer who provides guidance and support and instills in you so many values that you can take them to heart in your toolbox.
Let’s see what Luigi thinks about his relationship with his mentor and with the whole community:
The human-centric relationship is in the middle of our true collaborative environment.
Your self-education later becomes a multiplier of good practices for all of us and, ultimately, for your profession.
Why don’t you seize the moment and get aboard our community?