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Meet Cecilia, Army Veteran and Apprentice at IBM

(2 min read) By Cecilia Duffus Looking back at what led me to IBM, it truly is an engrossing tale of how I got here. While considering different options on my transition out of the military, my mentors said I have a great story to tell for interviews. Active Duty? I started off in the […]

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A Day in the Life of a Marketing Intern in NYC

(3 min read) By Janice Luo What does a typical weekday look like for a summer marketing intern? Let’s find out! Meet Janice Luo, rising senior at New York University Shanghai. Janice works at the 88 University Place office in New York City. Read on as she walks us through a normal day at IBM. […]

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Seeing the Benefits of Neurodivergent Teams (EN, FR)

English Francais (3 min read) by Dmitri Stupak IBM thinks about diversity the way we think about innovation—both are essential to the success of our business. When we innovate, technology becomes smarter for clients and creates new opportunities for growth. When we incorporate diversity into our business, we create better innovations and outcomes. In 2017, […]

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Inspirational Executive Marietta Davis Shares How Her Passion for Helping Makes Her a Great Leader

(4 min read) In the Inspirational Executive Series, we interview executive IBMers on how they have successfully built a career in leadership in this demanding market. Juggling work, life, and family commitments is a daunting challenge. This series reveals how, with time management, flexibility, and a willingness to embrace challenges, successful executives can succeed at […]

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I’ve Been at IBM for 6 Months, and It Wasn’t What I Expected

(4 min read) By Kaley Coffield I started a job as a designer on IBM Cloud 6 months ago. It was really quite a roller coaster ride. Despite IBM’s promise of a strong design culture, I was hesitant to take the job. Would it be too corporate? Would it be too slow? Do they really […]

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Six Lessons I Learned Overcoming Breast Cancer

(4 min read)?By Mary Kyle On February 25, 2013, I embarked on the most incredible journey of my life, overcoming breast cancer. Prior to this, my life was?(and still is!) pretty awesome. Married to the love of my life, I lived in a beautiful, old Greek revival home, reminiscent of Tara from Gone with the […]

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Making an Impact through STEM and AI Education

(7 min read) IBM’s very own Phaedra Boinodiris is the keynote speaker at the 6th Annual Luncheon of the United Nations Women USA, North Carolina Chapter. She will be speaking about the “Future of Work, AI Bias, and Ethics”. Additionally, Phaedra has been nominated for the “2019 Woman of Influence in STEM” award. She was […]

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Why IBM Makes Me Even More Proud to Be an Ally

(3 min read) By Meaghan Keane I have been an IBMer for two and a half years. From the beginning, I learned that IBM has always been at the forefront of history as an inclusive and diverse company. Behind the long history and success of IBM’s commitment to diversity is the IBMer. Who is the […]

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6 Tips for Starting Your New DevOps Job

(5 min read) By?Nife Oluyemi Recently I received my first warning email from IBM that I needed to do a regular update of my password for security purposes. It was only then that it occurred to me: I have already spent three months at IBM. This realization caused me to reflect back on my first […]

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Dog Vision: Putting Dogs and Doing Good Together at IBM

(3 min read) By Joel Joseph I’m a huge dog lover, like the biggest dog person you’ll ever meet. And as a dog person, the biggest problem for me is that I have no dogs at home. That’s why I decided to go to the Humane Society this summer and see how hard it would […]

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5 Reasons I’m Thrilled To Spend My Summer as an Offering Manager Intern at IBM

(4 min read) By Andrew Sears As a student, choosing where to intern is one of the biggest decisions you’ll make. If you’re an MBA student like I am, it’s probably the number one thing that’s been on your mind since school began. The internship search process can be as exhausting as it is exciting, […]

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