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Get one-on-one career advice from YC, starting with Anu Hariharan (Managing Director)

by Paige Omura6/30/2022

Women have historically been underrepresented in tech, especially in technicalroles like engineering and product. YC has run events to educate and supportwomen in tech, and now we’re doubling down to offer tailored advice that’s specific to you and your career.We’re setting up chats for women engineers to get one-on-one career advice fromYC, starting with Anu Hariharan, Managing Director of YC Continuity.

Y Combinator’s (Virtual) Summer Career Expo - June 8th

by Paige Omura5/4/2022

Y Combinator is hosting our Summer Career Expo online on Wednesday, June 8th, 4 pm PT. This is our way to introduce engineers, PMs, and designers to the latest batch of YC startups (W22) that are looking to hire.

Meet top founders at YC Tech Talks: Healthcare

by Paige Omura4/20/2022

We’re hosting YC Tech Talks: Healthcare on Wednesday, May 4 at 4pm PT (via Zoom). This event will give engineers, scientists, and other attendees an opportunity to hear directly from founders what problems keep them up at night and learn about emerging trends in the healthtech space.

Join the YC Internship Program - Summer 2022

by Paige Omura3/9/2022

YC startups are actively looking for summer interns across engineering, marketing, and more. If you're an undergrad or graduate student, apply to join our summer 2022 cohort.

Black Engineers in Startups Seminar

by Ryan Choi1/19/2022

This February, YC's Michael Seibel and Aston Motes, Director of /dev/color and 1st employee at Dropbox, are bringing together a cohort of black engineers who are interested in learning about startups and finding roles at fast-growing YC companies.

What startup hiring looks like in 2021 — and during a pandemic

by Ryan Choi1/17/2022

Since launching Work at a Startup in 2018, we’ve collected a lot of data about the startup job landscape. We wanted to share some trends we’ve seen over the last year that show where we’ve been – and inform where we’re going as a product:

How to pick the right startup to work for

by Ryan Choi10/19/2021

I talk to a lot of people who are trying to figure out which startup to join. Iwant to share some of the advice I’ve been giving, and I hope it helps younavigate your own job search.Ask about the company’s runway, burn rate and plans for future funding.A company’s runway is the number of months that it has until it runs out ofmoney.