We’re hosting our second Mareana Code Challenge! Interested in a data science career? Send us your resume to be considered for participation. The Mareana Code Challenge is an important part of our recruitment process, allowing us to identify the best and brightest programmers to add to our team. The Mareana Code Challenge includes a full-day of programming challenges and interviews with co-founders and senior management.
Mareana is a Bronze Sponsor of this fall’s HackPrinceton event. Twice each year, HackPrinceton welcomes 600 developers and designers from across the country to create incredible software and hardware projects. As a Bronze Sponsor, Mareana is sending three mentors to the event – Vishal Prasad, CPO and Co-founder; Derek Hung, Data Scientist and Ranchu Mathew, Data Scientist. Mentors will be on hand Friday through Sunday to help hackers of all experience levels, whether it's with coming up with new ideas, planning out a project structure, debugging, or recommending new libraries or tools to use. Mareana is also awarding prizes to the team whose project demonstrates the best solution using unstructured data.
There will be a special tribute to Paul and Anke Volcker. Paul is the former Chair of the Federal Reserve, grew up in New Jersey and his father founded the first non-profit housing finance organization in the state. He has been a longtime supporter of Isles. Paul and his wife Anke live in New York City.
Founded in 1981, Isles, Inc. is a community development and environmental organization based in Trenton, New Jersey. With a mission to foster self-reliant families and healthy, sustainable communities, we design and develop effective services that support this mission and share what we learn with others who can make a difference.
Mareana is pleased to sponsor the 14th Annual Tech Impact Awards Luncheon: the Greater Philadelphia region’s premiere technology-focused philanthropic event. It brings together a peerless audience of technology and business executives who are committed to sustaining and improving the lives of individuals in our community. Last year, the Luncheon raised nearly $190,000 in sponsorships to help over 130 young adults, and dislocated and incumbent workers, begin careers through Tech Impact’s workforce development programs (ITWorks, CXWorks, and PunchCode).
This year, these programs will serve over 160 individuals. The Luncheon also helps to sustain the technology services, support, and training we provide to hundreds of nonprofits nationwide.