Marybeth Gerdelmann, Author at Technical.ly Philly

Marybeth Gerdelmann

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Marybeth Gerdelmann was Technical.ly's editorial Intern in spring 2020, when she gradated from the journalism program at Temple University. She previously worked as an intern for The Preston & Steve Show on 93.3 WMMR, TUTV and The Temple News. In her free time, she enjoys running on the Schuylkill River Trail and rewatching "Parks and Recreation."

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This free Philly-made chatbot can help students fill out the FAFSA app access

Apr. 21, 2020 11:05 am

This free Philly-made chatbot can help students fill out the FAFSA app

Benefits Data Trust's chatbot will soon be available to any student who has questions on how to get federal and state grants or scholarships.
‘Anxiety inducing’: College seniors on what it’s like to job hunt during a pandemic growth

Apr. 20, 2020 11:27 am

‘Anxiety inducing’: College seniors on what it’s like to job hunt during a pandemic

Students from Temple University and elsewhere weigh in on the challenges of landing post-grad work, from virtual interviews to hiring freezes.
Power Moves: A new CTO for Wizehive and a Philly Tech Week team departure growth

Apr. 17, 2020 8:14 am

Power Moves: A new CTO for Wizehive and a Philly Tech Week team departure

Ravindar Gujral, Fatima Conteh, Safeguard Scientifics' Brian Sisko and Pennovation's Anish Kumah are all making career changes.
These companies are switching to virtual internships and recruiting amid COVID-19 growth

Apr. 16, 2020 11:05 am

These companies are switching to virtual internships and recruiting amid COVID-19

SAP and Freedom Mortgage are still hosting their internship and training programs this summer, but they'll look a little different. Plus, Campus Philly shares some tips on how to effectively host remote interns.
This Havertown-based inventor is building a mask sterilizing device from a soft pretzel warmer growth

Apr. 13, 2020 12:47 pm

This Havertown-based inventor is building a mask sterilizing device from a soft pretzel warmer

Marvin Weinberger says the final design for his low-cost DIY invention that has the potential to disinfect dozens of masks at a time, developed with the support of volunteers in the maker community, should be completed this week.
Here’s what school admins should ask when choosing edtech software software development

Apr. 10, 2020 11:25 am

Here’s what school admins should ask when choosing edtech software

Jarvus cofounder and CTO Chris Alfano gives a rundown of why software should align with schools' needs, especially as they transition to virtual learning.
Science Center picked the first cohort of its Launch Lane tech startup accelerator growth

Apr. 8, 2020 12:57 pm

Science Center picked the first cohort of its Launch Lane tech startup accelerator

The seven tech startups chosen — based as close as Pennovation and as far away as Istanbul — will receive a collective $300,000 investment and access to various resources through February.
Summer internship programs are getting slashed and going remote amid coronavirus uncertainty growth

Apr. 7, 2020 12:16 pm

Summer internship programs are getting slashed and going remote amid coronavirus uncertainty

Meanwhile, Campus Philly is offering resources to companies still looking to hire students.
Azavea volunteers are working on this COVID Care Map showing US health system capacity needs software development

Apr. 6, 2020 1:02 pm

Azavea volunteers are working on this COVID Care Map showing US health system capacity needs

Engineers and designers at the Callowhill-based GIS company are contributing to the volunteer project that shows existing gaps in medical supplies and hospital beds at state and county levels.
How I Work (from home): Software engineer Pam Selle on prioritization and goofing off ‘on purpose’ growth

Apr. 2, 2020 2:08 pm

How I Work (from home): Software engineer Pam Selle on prioritization and goofing off ‘on purpose’

The senior dev with San Francisco-based HashiCorp talks about her time-saving hacks and keeping productivity in check: "Trying to have a perfect day every day is too much pressure."

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