How do you turn career confusion into your dream job? By taking every opportunity that comes your way. That’s how Grace Nolan became a security engineer at Google.
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Rachel Carpenter spent her childhood sailing the world. Now she’s improving Google’s app capabilities for people in different cultures.
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Danielle Gatland's career in public transport planning involves computer science, design thinking and problem solving.
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Cameron Hunter sees coding as the key to the future of his own tech company.
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Nick Aspinall helps make comms possible country-wide.
Grace is completing her Master of Engineering at the University of Melbourne, and is passionate about diversifying engineering recruits.
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