Career Development, Student Life, Talks & Lectures, University-wide
27 Feb 2020
Babbio Center, Room 541A

[email protected] Lecture Series: Tips For Job Hunting

Featuring AGI Software Developer Ann Woepse

Photo of AGI Software Developer Ann Woepse.

Join the first [email protected] event for Spring 2020 semester on Thursday, February 27 from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Center for Complex Systems and Enterprises, Babbio 541. This event will feature an informative discussion about tips for job hunting. Lunch will be provided and there will be networking session with the participants and attendees.

The [email protected] are very honored to have the following guests to lead this event:

Industry Participant

11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. - Anne Woepse is a software developer at AGI, a global company that supports and serves over 50,000 users around the world, spanning the air, space and intelligence industries while building the future in academia, as well. Ms. Woepse will discuss her work and experiences at AGI and share an insider’s view of the company's recruiting process and preparation tips for successful job hunting.

[email protected] Student Panel

12:30-1:30 p.m.

  • Kristen Tan
  • Mark Freeman
  • Sarita Hedaya

Meet our undergraduate software engineering students who have secured internships and full-time employment positions. They will share their experience about when and how to prepare for job hunting.

1:30-2 p.m. - Networking with our guest speaker, student panel and attendees.

About the Speaker

Anne Woepse is a software developer on AGI’s Enterprise Products team. Her journey to work at AGI started when she interned there during her undergraduate studies. She was a math and physics double major at Bryn Mawr College and it was through her internships at AGI that she discovered her love for computer science. She decided to switch her focus to computer science and after undergrad she pursued a master’s degree at the University of Pennsylvania in computer and information technology. After interning at various companies, she was always drawn back to AGI. Built on the premise that work should be fun, AGI believes in work-life balance and the work that truly makes an impact.

About AGI

AGI mission-level software helps engineers, operators, and analysts working on complex land, sea, air, and space systems. Our modeling, analysis, and visualization tools, coupled with legendary customer support, help those in aerospace and defense organizations make critical decisions faster and more accurately in an operational context.

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