Do you want to work in the world's most exciting and lucrative industry?
Do you want to transition into a career in tech, but not sure how to get started?
Have you been applying for jobs at tech companies, but getting no results?
Then the How To Transition Into A Career In Tech masterclass is for you. You'll learn:
- How transitions into careers in tech usually work
- What you need to know about tech to thrive as a non-technical professional
- What you can do today to start changing your career
You will get
- Masterclass on how to transition into a career in tech
- 5 case studies of successful career transitions
- Workbook to help you apply the lessons from the class to your own career goals
- List of reading & listening suggestions for your career transition
This step by step process has worked for me and for hundreds of my students.
About your instructor
Sophia Matveeva is the CEO & founder of Tech For Non-Techies, an education and executive coaching company.
Sophia has contributed to the Harvard Business Review, Financial Times, The Guardian and Forbes on entrepreneurship and technology, and hosts the top rated Tech for Non-Techies podcast.
She has also guest lectured at the University of Chicago, London Business School, and Oxford University.
Sophia is a start-up mentor at the Chicago Booth Polsky Center of Entrepreneurship, and has advised leading accelerators including Chicago Booth’s New Venture Challenge and the Microsoft x London College of Fashion incubator.
Sophia also sits on the Advisory Board to Riviter, which uses AI to predict consumer trends for the world's biggest brands.
She holds an MBA from Chicago Booth, and a BSc (Hons) in Politics from Bristol. She speaks English, Russian and French.
Irina Klokova, Fintech
I consider myself lucky that I have discovered "Tech for Non-Techies" platform created by Sophia Matveeva (recommended by my friend).
Sophia has a talent for explaining complicated tech concepts with simple words. Her own experience gives non-digital native people like me some hope that we can also play roles in the new Digital Era.
Nasi Rwigema, MBA
At London Business School, we built a six month programme dedicated to helping students transition into tech. Tech for Non-Techies was one of the most valuable courses we ran through the program.