In high school, Agatha Kiecun was—to use her own words—“outrageously good at math and science.” So how did she end up majoring in psychology at the University of Pittsburgh? “Honestly, I felt like psychology was pushed on me because I was...
Renée Grinnell isn’t shy when it comes to speaking out about changing her mind and making a career transition. She attended Cornell for her undergraduate in psychology and went on to receive her masters in clinical psychology at VCU....
Clayton Bondy developed a casual interest in coding during his time at Louisiana State University. While majoring in architecture, he decided to take on a minor in digital media arts. This allowed him to dabble in video game development,...
As a church musician, Jaime Gonzalez thought he had landed his dream job—one he truly enjoyed, was naturally talented at, and could see making a difference in people’s lives.  But he yearned to start a family with his husband. “We...
While women pursuing tech careers have similar skills and qualifications that should set them up for success, they have often lacked the advantages that their male counterparts receive in the professional world. At Trilogy, we partner with companies who...
Sarah Niemann has always enjoyed the challenge of jumping conceptual hurdles. “It takes a specific kind of person to want to continually shoulder problems and think in a solution-oriented way,” she said.   As a recent college graduate with a business...
Kevin Bailey excelled as an auto mechanic. But after five years of working in the industry, he was ready to change lanes toward a career that offered greater growth potential. Little did he know his technical experience, problem-solving abilities,...
“One of the biggest things I learned at boot camp is that anything on a computer is changeable. Everything can be modified, altered, upgraded, amended—the key is figuring out how.” Chris Freckleton never thought he would seriously pursue a career...
The year before she started college, Alexis Schaetzle was diagnosed with an exhausting autoimmune disease. It made regular college life incredibly difficult for her.  “Getting diagnosed really threw my whole college experience for a loop,” Alexa remembers. “It was hard...
Growing up with her father in IT, Rylie Johnson was always around computers. But it wasn’t until high school that she enrolled in a computer science class of her own. At the time, she wasn’t all that interested.  Years later,...

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