Career

Expert advice on career planning and success

Business and social change – how can they fit together?

As a recent college graduate, my career path veers from the common track. Later this month, I will leave the comfort of life in Northern Virginia and move to Rwanda for two months. Why you’re asking? For a once in a lifetime chance to become a social entrepreneur. Upon arrival I will be charged with […]

Young professional Q&A: Be confident, but humble

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The Intern to In Charge – Young Professionals Blog Series spotlights thriving young professionals at DXC Technology and their personal advice for new hires who are transitioning from campus to corporate life. Interview by Racquel Royer, Digital Marketing Intern Jov Harris is currently a Global Brand Manager at DXC. He previously served as a Social […]

Young professional Q&A: Don’t make assumptions

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The Intern to In Charge – Young Professionals Blog Series spotlights thriving young professionals at DXC Technology and their personal advice for new hires who are transitioning from campus to corporate life. Interview by Racquel Royer, Digital Marketing Intern Matthew Ellis is currently a Senior Professional, Human Resources: Global Inclusion & Diversity at DXC. Prior […]

Young professional Q&A: Become a familiar face in the workplace

The Intern to In Charge – Young Professionals Blog Series spotlights thriving young professionals at DXC Technology and their personal advice for new hires who are transitioning from campus to corporate life. Interview by Racquel Royer, Digital Marketing Intern Nieko Ridley is a professional Marketing & Communications Associate at DXC. She began working at DXC […]

Summer intern Q&A: Step outside your comfort zone

The Intern to In Charge Blog Series spotlights summer interns and thriving young professionals at DXC Technology and their pesonal advice for those who are transitioning from campus to corporate life. Interview by Bruce Perry, Digital Marketing Intern Bryan Guin is a rising junior at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he […]

Lessons learned as a DXC Labs intern

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I vividly remember the morning of June 15th, 2018, when I first stepped into the office of DXC Labs, nervous, with butterflies in my stomach, and unsure of what the corporate world had in store for me. It was the first time that I had stepped out of my home and into an alien city, […]

Summer intern Q&A: Be remembered for your positive attitude

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The Intern to In Charge Blog Series spotlights summer interns and thriving young professionals at DXC Technology and their personal advice for those who are transitioning from campus to corporate life. Interview by Bruce Perry, Digital Marketing Intern Nick Afzall is a rising junior at George Mason University. He is currently pursuing a degree in […]

Summer intern Q&A: Don’t be afraid to speak up

The Intern to In Charge Blog Series spotlights summer interns and thriving young professionals at DXC Technology and their personal advice for those who are transitioning from campus to corporate life.  Interview by Bruce Perry, Digital Marketing Intern Melissa Meyers is a rising senior at James Madison University, where she is currently pursuing a bachelor’s […]

How to survive in a workplace where machines are doing more tasks

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I do a lot of Google News searches on how certain technologies — particularly artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, automation, and robotics — are impacting both the workplace and workers. It quickly becomes clear from results of a search for “jobs and AI” or “jobs and robots” that there are two general schools of thought: […]

Tech jobs that attract the most interest from Millennials

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You can’t compete in the digital economy without Millennial workers, who now comprise 35% of the workforce, according to data from Pew Research, ahead of Gen Xers (33%) and Baby Boomers (25%). Millennials are essential to enterprises today not just because of their sheer numbers — 56 million Americans ages 21 to 36 were working […]