by Chris Bardon | Published On February 5, 2024
It’s been 20 years since I started with ComputerTalk, so it’s an interesting time to reflect on how I got here, what I’ve done, and what made me stay.
by Robert Fernandes | Published On November 24, 2023
My journey with ComputerTalk began in September 2021. I worked with a recruiting agency and interviewed with ComputerTalk for an open position on their help desk. I heard back almost immediately and started shortly after.
by Shaundalee Carvalho | Published On August 31, 2023
My journey with ComputerTalk began in the fall of 2019. As a recent university grad, I was looking for my first full-time job and came across a Marketing position posted by ComputerTalk to my school’s job search platform. I applied and was soon invited in to interview for a Sales Operations position instead. Even from my first in-person interview, I had a good feeling about the company. The people I spoke to were so friendly and easy to talk to that I already felt like I belonged there.
by Vincent Yong | Published On July 28, 2023
My journey with ComputerTalk started in summer of 2017. I finished my last year of my Software Engineering degree from the University of Guelph in April and decided to take a well-deserved break after completing my degree.
by Laura Simmonds | Published On May 19, 2023
My journey to ComputerTalk started at Wilfrid Laurier University; I was in my 4th year of a Communications Studies degree and was still figuring out what I wanted to do after graduating. I decided to go to the Waterloo Career Fair to see what employers were there and what piqued my interest.
by Ashton Nicholas | Published On April 14, 2023
Like many university students, I am not 100% sure on the career path I want to take, but doing People Function Co-op at ComputerTalk has opened the door to a vast variety of possibilities that I did not even know were possible.
by Darren Lobo-Pires | Published On January 19, 2023
While studying physics in university, my original goal and path in life was to remain in academics, following through with my Master’s and finally Ph.D. I realized when nearing the end of my undergrad that another 7+ years of schooling wasn’t for me, and I was looking to get some real-world work experience under my belt. It’s hard to believe it’s been almost 10 years since I graduated and started working at ComputerTalk!