Praxis and Missionary Goals | Joey Wickham’s Praxis Story

“Is Praxis only for people who want to go into business or be entrepreneurs?” This is a common question we get from applicants. While Praxis places participants in non-tech roles at tech startups, (sales, marketing, customer service, and operations) the skills you’ll gain through the program can be applied to many careers and interests. Take,…

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Homeschooled and Ready for College? Here’s a Better Higher Ed Strategy

You’re a homeschooler. You’ve just graduated, or are getting close to it, and after you finish high school you’re planning on going to college. But why? Haven’t you spent your whole education avoiding the traditional route? Why come all this way just to jump on the conveyor belt right at the most critical part of…

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5 Tools to Help You Master the Art of Self-Directed Learning

During the bootcamp experience at Praxis, our participants often take on several self-directed learning projects to gain the skills they want to develop and showcase via their portfolios. Self-directed learning is a skill in itself that takes discipline, project planning, and commitment. Fortunately, hunting down resources is much easier now with the abundance of resources…

Why Customer Success is the Ultimate Launchpad for Your Career

What is Customer Success? “Sales generates customers, but customer service keeps them.” — Drake Powell Customer Success is one of the most important parts of a business. It’s the support the company offers to users (and sometimes potential users) of its product/service, and it’s the place where a customer’s technical problems and creative challenges get…