How to find Data Science bootcamps Quite a bit of discussion yesterday at our professional paths for linguists workshop (more about the workshop itself soon) about data science, and so wanted to quickly share a great resource contributed by one of our participants: Data Science Bootcamp Programs – Full Time, Part Time and Online http://yet-another-data-blog.blogspot.com/2014/04/data-science-bootcamp-landscape-full.html […]
Actually, I’ve already written it. Bringing Linguistics To Work is a guide for linguists of all backgrounds looking to explore careers beyond academia. Whether you’re a recent undergrad, a graduate student, or someone already midway through their career, this book has been designed to help you use your linguistic experience to work through the career […]
Check out Beyond Academia for some wonderful resources for jobseekers! Oh, and they are also re-blogging this month from my Career Profiles in Linguistics Series 🙂 Thanks for the share Beyond Academia!!!
I am submitting a proposal for a special interest group (SIG) for linguists working in business, non-profits and government for the Linguistics Society of America (LSA). At this stage, I need to include the names of six members of the LSA who will be a part of the group. Interested? Know someone else who I […]
Gretchen McCulloch maintains a job series on her blog All Things Linguistic Thought I would share some of her excellent and detailed interviews as they really fill out the picture about jobs that you might think that you already know a great deal about. The key, as we often explore on Career Linguist is to start […]
Anna Marie Trester is an associate on the Learning team at the FrameWorks Institute. Prior to joining FrameWorks, she served as the Director of the MA in Language and Communication (MLC) Program in the Department of Linguistics at Georgetown University, where she worked with students to apply their sociolinguistic training to professional contexts. She has […]
Wanted to draw your attention to a bunch of professionally-oriented events at the Linguistic Society of America’s annual conference, being held in Portland, OR from Jan. 8-11. Linguist Salon: Friday from 6:00 to 7:00. Panel: Linguists in Industry: Friday 8:30 – 10:00 PM. Organized by John Rickford, on behalf of the LSA executive committee. Career Exploration […]
This Week On Metro Connection, there are a whole series of stories about D.C. Tech. You can listen to the whole program here or check out some of the individual sections relevant to the Career Linguist audience: Is D.C. Transforming From A Government Town Into A Tech Hub? Looking for Work? Cybersecurity Firms Are Hiring […]