On-Demand Webinar

Student Summer Camp: Building Your CV Part 2

Learn a new approach to data visualisation using Tableau in this virtual one-week Tableau Student Summer Camp

In the final session of the Summer Camp, we will focus on ‘getting to know you’. You will learn how to add your skills, interests and social links to your interactive CV. We will also share some actionable next steps for you to take to continue building your data skills.

To support everything you've learned throughout the week, we have invited a panel of industry experts to talk about data skills from the point of view of an employer, data evangelist and recent graduate. Please note, the panel discussion is a recording from the live Summer Camp.

Don’t forget, Tableau Desktop and Tableau Prep are free for students! Request yours here for free.

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About the speakers

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Sarah Bartlett

Tableau Enablement Consultant, Red Hat | Tableau Visionary

Sarah has been working in data / analytical roles for over 10 years, of which the last 4 years have been spent working with Tableau. She is a Tableau Visionary, Social Ambassador and co-leads the London Tableau User Group. You can follow Sarah on her blog Sarah Loves Data where she writes about her data visualisation journey with a focus on particular projects she is working on. You can also follow @sarahlovesdata on Twitter. View Sarah's Tableau Public profile.


Chris Westlake

Data Intelligence Analyst at Jisc

Chris is a recent graduate from the University of Edinburgh and started using Tableau in 2018. Since graduating, he now works at Jisc as a Data Intelligence Analyst. He has always found the Tableau Community supportive and encouraging. In 2019 he became a Tableau Student Ambassador to share this support and help other students.


Simon Beaumont

Global B.I Centre of Excellence Director - JLL

Simon has been using Tableau since 2015. A Tableau Visionary and co-chair of the Tableau UK Healthcare User Group, he is committed to supporting people to connect within the Tableau community.


Melody Cheung

Academic Marketing Coordinator at Tableau

Melody is an Academic Programs Coordinator at Tableau, focused on helping students grow their data curiosity and literacy across the EMEA region. As a member of the Academic team, Melody gets to help students leverage Tableau in their academic pursuits, helping them become the generation of the data workforce.