Bridging the gap between leaving uni and entering the industry - what we can learn from an undergrad student

Bridging the gap between leaving uni and entering the industry - what we can learn from an undergrad student

Our Potentia Scholar for 2018, Jisu Lee, shares her experience with us.

Potentia picks New Zealand's next top talent

Potentia picks New Zealand's next top talent

New Zealand’s leading Innovation, Digital and Technology (IDT) recruiter has continued its support of the next generation of tech talent by awarding Ena Sun the prestigious Potentia Undergraduate Scholarship for 2016. This is the third year the scholarship has been awarded to a student in their final year of study at the University of Auckland and Ena was a clear winner in the process.

Insight: Xindi Zhang the 2015 Potentia Scholar

Insight: Xindi Zhang the 2015 Potentia Scholar

Last month Xindi Zhang was chosen as the 2016 Potentia Scholar. Xindi is an inspiring and driven individual and her story is one that needs to be shared. Below you will gain an insight into what led her to study Computer Science as well as her thoughts.

Xindi Zhang, the 2015 Potentia scholar is the future of women in tech

Xindi Zhang, the 2015 Potentia scholar is the future of women in tech

We’ve just awarded our second Potentia Auckland University Computer Science Scholarship to an inspiring individual, Xindi Zhang. She blew the whole Potentia team away through her drive, accomplishments and passion for technology as well as helping those around her. She is a true inspiration to other youth who are interested in leading a career in technology.

Computer Science Scholarship Awarded to Thomas Sammons

Computer Science Scholarship Awarded to Thomas Sammons

We were elated to announce the recipient of our inaugural Computer Science Scholarship this week – Thomas Sammons.