15 Companies Join Path Forward’s Fall 2018 San Francisco Bay Area Program

Return to Work Opportunities Available at Carta, Cloudera, Cloudflare, GitHub, LendingClub, Medallia, Nutanix, OSIsoft, Quizlet, Sage Intacct, Stripe, Uber, Volta, Walmart and Workday

We are very excited to announce the launch of our fifth program in the San Francisco Bay Area, which will include return to work opportunities with 15 partner companies. We are pleased to welcome new partners GitHub, Nutanix, OSIsoft, Quizlet, Uber, Walmart, and Workday and applaud the continued commitment to diversity and inclusion from our returning partners Carta, Cloudera, Cloudflare, LendingClub, Medallia, Sage Intacct, Stripe and Volta. 

As a part of the program, our partners are offering paid return to work internships that will begin in August and September of 2018. The Path Forward program is open to mid-career professionals who have at least 5 years of professional experience and are looking to return to work after taking a career pause of at least two years for caregiving. These opportunities will span a wide range of functions including hardware engineering, software engineering, marketing, product management, professional services, and HR.

Available Opportunities

Some roles are already open for application and many more will open up throughout the month of June. Click here to see all open roles in the Bay area and apply!  And be sure to sign up for our newsletter to be alerted when new roles are added. 

Career Restart Seminars

To kick off the program, we’ll be hosting two free Career Restart Seminars on Tuesday, July 10th in Palo Alto and Wednesday, July 11th in San Francisco, both from 1:00-3:30 PM. At these seminars, you will have a chance to meet recruiters from our partner companies. Path Forward’s Executive Director, Tami Forman, will also be presenting information on how to restart your career with a return to work internship and offer advice on how to apply. Fill out this form to get an invite to the seminar.

About Path Forward

We are extremely pleased that our Return to Work program is helping candidates restart their careers across markets, across industries and across functions with companies large and small who all share one thing — a commitment to creating more diverse and thriving workplace.  We ran our first program in San Francisco in the fall of 2016 with partners Zendesk, Demandbase, Cloudflare and Coursera and have since run five consecutive programs across four markets including San Francisco, New York, Colorado and Los Angeles. In all, we’ve worked more than 35 companies — including Apple, Intuit, Medallia, Cloudflare, Sage Intacct, PayPal and Volta Charging in San Francisco; NBC Universal, Campbell’s Soup and Verisk Analytics in New York; Oracle Data Cloud, TeleTech and Return Path in Colorado; and Verizon Digital Media Services and Boingo Wireless in Los Angeles — to create opportunities for caregivers to restart their careers. This fall, we are pleased to expand into retail with the addition of Walmart, who will be offering three-month mid-career internships in its software engineering and product management teams in San Bruno and Sunnyvale.

Nearly 180 people (predominantly women) have completed Path Forward internships and 80% of those were offered ongoing employment at the company where they interned. In the words of Zendesk’s Wendy Padua, “Doing a returnship at a company working with Path Forward was undeniably fantastic. It was terrific to be surrounded by this group of women who all really understood the challenges and excitement we were going through, especially since there was no one else on my team who could share that experience.” You can read about Wendy and many other graduates in our Participant Spotlights.

Stay tuned to our site and newsletter for updated job listings from our partners. If you want more information about bringing a Path Forward program to your company, fill out this form or email us at hello@pathforward.org.

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