Praxis participants don’t just avoid the conveyor belt mindset, they obliterate it. Throughout their apprenticeship experience, which combines a job at a high-growth startup and an education program that includes personal development projects and 1-on-1 coaching, they figure out what makes them come alive.
Throughout their apprenticeship experience, which combines a job at a high-growth startup and an education program that includes personal development projects and 1-on-1 coaching, they focus on building a portfolio of new skills and experience that allows them to pursue exciting opportunities without jumping through hoops.
I’m excited to share some of their updates and insights in this week’s roundup:
- Mitchell Earl recently posted an update on his first 6 months at Ceterus, which recently closed a $4.2M Series A Funding. Mitchell reports directly to the Founder & CEO of Ceterus in his Praxis role. Mitchell decided to join Praxis instead of pursuing law school or an MBA.
- Nick Tucker provides some insight on how to stand out while hunting your next job. Starting Praxis as a recent high school graduate, Nick made it a goal to have two exciting, full-time job offers by the end of the program. As he gets ready to complete Praxis, he has successfully landed interviews with 4 different successful startups. All at the age of 19. Check out what he’s learned about the process so far.
- Derek Magill, Praxis alum and our Marketing Director, tells us how he spent his time this past semester after deciding to drop out of college. Derek highlights both the professional and personal growth you can experience when you decide to pursue your plan A.
- Alex Wahl is back with a really awesome GoFundMe campaign. Alex is building a prototype of a dark core saber. This is just one of many hands-on projects of Alex. He also has a 3D Printing Shop you can check out.