Join us at Microsoft Build 2020 | Community Spotlight Series

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Are you attending Microsoft Build this year? You don't want to miss these human-focused sessions!


If you're planning to attend digital Microsoft Build 2020 from the comfort of your own home this year, be sure to add these two human-focused sessions to your Schedule Builder! The Humans of IT Community will be bringing you a few of the speakers you already know and love from our track at the recent cycle of Microsoft Ignite The Tour


Join us on Day 1 of Microsoft Build @ 12-12.45pm PT to learn about Mentoring Future Technologists!


May 19 12-12.45pm PT: "Mentoring Future Technologists" featuring David and Sarah Patrick  + Jeremy and Isabel Wood (MVP father-daughter pairs)

Community Connections experience - How can we share our passions with those still trying to figure out the world? How do we inspire young technologists to pursue careers in tech? We’ll explore engaging with future technologists far before the job hunt begins; hearing from amazing father-daughter duos about their experiences with mentorship and paving the way for future success.

Join us on Day 2 of Microsoft Build @ 1-1.45pm PT as we discuss about Creating a Purpose-Driven Career!

May 20 1-1.45pm PT: "Creating a Purpose-Driven Career" featuring Melissa Sassi, Digital Inclusion Advocate, Global Head of IBM Hyper Protect Accelerator, IEEE Digital Skills Chairperson, Founder of MentorNations and UNESCO hackathon, CodeTheCurve.

Come hear from Melissa Sassi, a digital inclusion advocate who views digital inclusion as a fundamental human right. Join us at this fireside chat where she shares about how she turned personal tragedy into her superpower, started a movement that taught tens of thousands of youth to code in more than 12 countries, and how YOU can create your own purpose-driven career as well!

RSVP online via the Schedule Builder today to secure your virtual seat today! Note: You will need to be logged in via your registration account in order to access Schedule Builder.
See you next week!

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