- 529 Connections
- Alex Mooradian CEO
- Sorin NEACSU Software Engineer
- Brie Anne Demkiw UX Designer
- Zach Burghardt Visual Designer
- Irene Jung Customer Success Manager
- Molly Turner Marketing Program Manager
- Alex Leary VP of Product
- Brittany Martin Product Marketing Manager
- Jackson Callaway Software Engineer
- Dan Masquelier Software Engineer
Readyforce, the leading career network for college students, is the easiest way for students to launch amazing careers. Focusing on engineering students in 2013, the Readyforce network connects students to influential business leaders, powerful campus programs, engaging networking events, and exciting jobs and internships at cool start-ups and innovative companies of all sizes. Readyforce is backed by Menlo Ventures, US Venture Partners, Pivot North, Founder Collective and First Round Capital.
Our team cares about user experience, product design and creating a surprising and delightful experience.
Our team loves to ship and works hard.
Every one on our team has strong opinions about what (and how) we build product (even the back end engineers!). We believe empowered engineers create amazing product.
We are solving the job matching problem - connecting people to jobs they love. Our approach is part Hackernews, part eHarmony, part Linkedin, part Skype. Yes, we know that is lots of parts that’s why you need to be wicked smart to work here.
We are starting off by matching engineering college students to technology companies. We are 9 people in San Francisco and 1 magical Romanian.
Want to gain experience in a startup and interact with companies like Facebook, Uber, Square, and Google? Become a Readyforce Marketing Intern at your school!
What is a Readyforce Marketing Intern? As a Readyforce Marketing Intern, you will represent and promote Readyforce on your campus to directly increase the number of Readyforce users on their campus during Spring 2014. This position is perfect for students who are interested in entrepreneurship, marketing, startups, and growth.
What are the responsibilities? As a Spring 2014 Marketing Intern, you will be responsible for:
Growth--your primary goal is to increase the number of new student and company users on Readyforce through on-campus campaigns and events.
Research--identify and research engineering student groups on campus.
Promotion--At certain points throughout the semester, Readyforce may send you links to promote and repost via your social media channels (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn)
If interested, connect with Molly via Readyforce at http://www.readyforce.com/molly, or via email at email@example.com