Find out what Andrew Craswell, who has advanced to developing web applications for Bellevue College as a intern and part-time student employee, to a permanent, part-time software engineer does in his job. We are catching up with Andrew one year later. He shares with us the university courses he likes, misconceptions about math (not all programmers like math), how connections, collaboration, and networking are very important if you want a job in information technology. Andrew also provides valuable tips on internships, and two of the most important soft skills (skills employers expect from employees - like showing up to work on time, how to compose a succinct email, how to work with colleagues, etc.) are for him: communication and time management. He also tells us about his future goals, once he graduates from the University of Washington. So, take a few minutes and catch up with Andrew Craswell, a current tech worker and university student.
This is one of a series videos being created for the 2012-2013 "A Day in the Life of an IT Professional: A Five Minute Story". It is sponsored by the Center of Excellence for Information and Computing Technology. It was written, filmed, directed and produced by Robert Johnson, Jr. of Sunny Norway, a film production company based out of Seattle, WA. (sunnynorway.com)
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