The Johnson High Tech Club (HTC) is a tech-industry focused club, dedicated to helping members succeed in tech recruiting for internships and beyond.
The Johnson HTC is committed providing the best tools, resources, and recruiting support for a career in tech; we will help you navigate the tech space, acquire new skills and provide mentorship along the way; it is our ambition to help you land your dream job in tech.
We provide you with a supportive network as you navigate the tech recruiting process:
- Career Work Groups
- Career Advisors
- Career Management Center & Alumni Support
- HTC Board Support
- Corporate Relationships
We share tools and organize workshops that help you prepare fora career in tech:
- Comprehensive Curriculum
- Mock Interviews
- Casing Workshops
- Resume Books
- Newsletters & Trending Topics
- Interview Guidebooks
- Guest Speakers
We plan events that help you understand the tech space and identify your place in the industry:
- Off-campus treks
- Focus Panels
- Case Competitions
- Social Events
The Johnson HTC supports and provides resources to Johnson students pursuing careers in the technology industry. The HTC educates members on the latest industry trends as well as the demands of roles available to MBAs and provides opportunities to connect with and learn from representatives and alumni working with both large firms and startups.
As you get to know us better, you’ll come to understand the high caliber of students that the Johnson HTC has to offer your organization.
Please contact our HTC President, Valerie Hanke, for more information: email@example.com
The HTC is part of a uniquely positioned tech ecosystem at Cornell.
Through practical training initiatives, company exposure, faculty and student inter-connectivity, an evolving tech ecosystem has emerged at Cornell. The reach of our ecosystem extends throughout the university, across the campus in Ithaca and into the entrepreneurial dynamo at the heart of the Cornell Tech in New York City.
We hope to see you join our burgeoning tech scene!