Looking for a entry-Level Job as Data Analyst

Hi everyone!

My name is Mayra Arango. I was an international student from Colombia at Seattle Pacific University. I recently completed my master's degree in Information Systems with an emphasis on Data Analytics. Also, I just finished an internship as a Data Operations intern at mParticle, where I learned about the entire lifecycle of data within an organization, from when it's within a system to when it's in a dashboard that others can use. I especially had the opportunity to gain experience supporting ETL processes, assisting in the task of getting the data ready to move it from one system to another. Besides creating dashboards to make information readable for others, I supported the creation of dashboards to test data, which allows monitoring the data quality. Also, I wrote Business Requirements Documents to describe the project's guidelines, and I documented and updated data about projects and team development sections on the confluence platform.

Currently, I'm Looking for a job to continue working on the data lifecycle by pulling in and cleaning data, making that available to the analyst community, and keep building my career. Because I am holding the OPT EDA, I just have four months and a half to find a Job. Thus, I would appreciate your support. Thank you in advance for any connections, advice, or opportunities you can offer. #OpenToWork
Hi Mayra! Are you a member of the Data Angels Slack? It's for women in data and a great resource for networking and learning from more experienced women in the field. Feel free to send me a private message with your email address and I can add you. (Also for anyone else reading this, also feel free to send me your email address and let me know you'd like to join Data Angels.)
Thank you Maggie! I just sent you a private message.
Hello Mayra!Please take a look at all the Data-realted open roles at Epha partner companies[]=data_and_analytics
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