UpNext: Careers in Technology 1:1 Alumni Chat: Dan Kelley ’99, Engineering Manager at Meta (For students interested in software engineering.)
Alumni from UpNext: Careers in Technology will be available for one-on-one resume reviews with students. If you are interested in a career in technology, don’t miss this chance to get valuable feedback on your resume from Middlebury alumni currently employed in the industry.
Resume reviews are private, one-on-one conversations and approximately 20 minutes in length.
SIGNING UP FOR A 1:1 CHAT IS A REQUIRED TWO-STEP PROCESS:
After you attach your resume and submit your application, you will immediately receive an email from Handshake asking you to select a time. You must select a time slot in order to confirm your 1:1 alumni chat.
About Dan Kelley '99.
Dan studied Political Science and German at Middlebury before a brief career in sales after graduating. Discovering that sales was not for him, he talked his way into an entry-level programming job, started taking CS classes at night school, and embarked on a career in tech. Dan worked for 9 years at ITA Software and helped launch the industry’s first new airline reservation system in nearly 50 years. After ITA was acquired by Google, Dan established Google’s Site Reliability Engineering presence in the Cambridge office. For the last 5 years Dan has worked at Meta. He currently leads the Linux Kernel team.