Melissa Lord - Stanford Tennis

I first spoke with Ian after realizing that post-graduation, I wanted to be in a role that used skills I gained from being a student-athlete at Stanford. Ian introduced me to the benefits a sales role would be at fast-growing technology startups, and I was immediately intrigued. From then, we organized weekly meetings to give me a better understanding of what is involved in a sales role, and narrowed down the high-growth companies I would be interested in working for.

Ian used his network to organize interviews, and made sure to prepare me well with expected questions and ideal answers. He always made sure to provide helpful feedback that would allow me to excel in the next stage of the interview process. Ian has been an incredibly reliable resource for me throughout the job search, and I would 100% recommend The Cannon Project for anyone in search of a career after college.

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Amanda Rost - Stanford Lacrosse

In the time that I've worked with Ian on The Cannon Project I've been amazed by how high-agency and high-impact he manages to be on a day-to-day basis. Through our work together Ian has also been instrumental in helping me navigate the largest career decision I've ever made by lending strong insight and industry expertise.

Ian is a natural connector and is constantly finding ways to multiply value for everyone in his network by having a clear vision for opportunities to help people he knows advance towards their goals. He's an unusual combination of being driven by helping others while also having a relentless work ethic and commitment to excellence.

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Grant Proctor - UPenn Swim & Dive

I was introduced to Ian through a mutual connection as I found myself picking up my head to explore new opportunities. Ian displayed great professionalism during my search process and focused intensely on not just helping me find a new job, but also ensuring that job was right for me.

Coming from the recruiting world myself, I'd like to think I was holding Ian to a higher bar than the typical recent college graduate. I can say confidently that his engagement, insights, and guidance throughout the process far exceeded my expectations. Often times, it's easy for recruiters to focus on candidates simply as potential dollars in their pocket. This could not be further from the way Ian operates. He is someone who wanted to make sure I landed somewhere I would be most successful and that our relationship wasn't reliant on my placement. We still talk to this day and I wouldn't hesitate to look to Ian for advice on how to succeed in a sales career generally.


Caroline Smith - Stanford Lacrosse

After graduating Stanford in 2017, I moved to New York to pursue a career in investment banking. After a year on the job however, it became clear to me that I was not in the right industry. I didn't feel like I was being mentally stimulated enough, and this was an especially foreign and frustrating feeling after four years of taking challenging courses as an undergrad at Stanford.

I spent a few months reflecting on my experiences and speaking to several professionals across all industries. Through these conversations, I realized that I missed the tech space and the energy and passion that's behind it. When I voiced my opinion around wanting to leave the finance industry to be customer facing and out winning my own business, it became clear that tech sales would be the perfect role for me. From there, it took all but 2 days for me to get connected to Ian Feeney and The Cannon Project.

I had multiple people recommend that I speak to Ian and his team and as soon as we connected, I knew I was in good hands. I spoke to Ian about my uncertainty around where to look - big or small, software or hardware, mature or early stage, etc. Ian noted my concerns and quickly provided me with a detailed set of criteria and list of companies to research. After looking over each company, I sent him back a short list. From there he began his outreach. I received many introductions that lead to interviews and ultimately two job offers, all within three weeks. I had voiced to Ian that I wanted a job ASAP, and he worked tirelessly while on different time zones and through spotty wi-fi to help me land an amazing opportunity.

Just as Ian Feeney and The Cannon Project were recommended to me, I now confidently recommend him to anyone looking to get into tech sales roles. He is one of the more connected individuals that I know in the space, and he is extremely experienced and willing to jump through hoops to hold your hand through every step of the process.

If you work with Ian Feeney and The Cannon Project, you will find yourself at a job that is both right for you today and for years to come as you build your professional toolkit and work to establish your career.

Colby Rapson - UC Berkeley

Ian was a tremendous asset in my job search. He pointed me in the direction of some amazing companies that hadn’t been on my radar, gave me great guidance, and made critical introductions. From the time of our first meeting, I was meeting with his contacts within a week and had an offer in hand within a month.

Though I know Ian works with many candidates at a time, he always made me feel like I was the only person in his process. He frequently checked in on my status, and guided me through each step with feedback and encouragement. Ian is one of the most helpful and insightful people I’ve worked with, and I couldn’t be more grateful for the impact he’s made on my career!

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Ashley Jones - UC Berkeley Lacrosse

I met Ian through a mutual connection. I was applying for sales jobs online but was not getting anywhere, so I sent him an introductory email. He quickly jumped on a call to introduce himself, the Cannon Project, and the process. After that phone call, I knew I was in good hands. Together, while Ian was in NYC and I was in CA, we battled a 3 hour time difference, but Ian was always flexible to talk to me outside his Cannon Project appointment time slots. He then set me up with my mentor, Valari. We got to know each other and she inspired me to pursue sales as a woman based on the under representation of women in this profession. I ended up interviewing at her company and getting the job!

Along the way, Ian was very involved and checked in regularly. He prepared me for my final round interview, connected me with people who recently interviewed at the company, and called me as soon as my interview was over to see how it went. I am grateful he invested so much time in me to help me land the best job.

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Alli Flory - Alabama

Ian was an incredible resource to me as I was on the hunt for a new sales role in the technology market. His infinite knowledge about the tech market ranges from start ups to Fortune 500s. His natural curiosity and willingness to understand led to providing me exactly what I was looking for. Highly recommend utilizing Ian’s talents to assist you in your career journey!

Alex Hartnett - Vassar Baseball

Finding words to describe how helpful Ian was in my job search is difficult because there are no superlatives that could explain how important and helpful Ian was for me. After my friend shared his contact information, Ian reached out, was readily available at all times of the day, and explained to me how the world of SaaS works. We talked regularly once I began my job search, and his help did not stop once I landed an interview. He simplified the hiring process and highlighted the right way to conduct myself when meeting with employers.

I am so thankful that I found Ian during my job search process, and I wish every postgraduate could meet Ian if they think they want to work at a cool, high-growth company. I highly recommend Ian, as he is a selfless team player, and overall a really good person.

Bradley Smith - Duke Lacrosse

A friend of mine shared Ian's contact information with me and Ian ended up being the most valuable contact to me in my post-grad job search. He is extremely knowledgable and well connected in the tech industry. He gave me the most relevant study material and helped me prepare for interviews throughout the entire process. The total elapsed time between my first connection with the company and accepting my job offer was around 3 weeks.

In terms of contacts within the tech sales and SAAS landscape, Ian is the most helpful for former student athletes. I highly recommend using Ian as a reference or choosing the Cannon Project if you are interested in a career in the tech industry.

Eric Rubin - Columbia Tennis

I was introduced to Ian through the Columbia athletics department after deciding I wanted to pursue a career in the tech industry. After spending 3 years in finance, my network within the tech world was limited and Ian became my go-to resource during my transition. Not only did he help me understand the job market, but he did so with passion and enthusiasm which made the process a lot of fun.

For anyone looking to jump into the tech industry, I think it is crucial to have someone like Ian guiding you through the process. The amount of opportunities out there can be overwhelming and having someone give you thoughtful and unbiased advice is invaluable. I'm excited to be part of The Cannon Project ecosystem going forward and hope others find the same value in Ian as I did.

Hailey Hite - USC Soccer

I met Ian through LinkedIn. He messaged me last year and explained what the The Cannon Project is and the vision he has for it. I wasn’t even looking into the sales or tech industries before he shared the opportunities in those careers. Since then, Ian has been incredible to work with.

He is a trusted resource, educated in the field, and a credible mentor and career coach. In addition, he is easy to talk to and cares about those he connects with. I shared about myself and what I am interested in, and he immediately shared a few options with me. From there, he prepared me very well for each step in the process. He guided me in my preparation for interviews by offering specific tools, sharing key talking points, explaining what to expect, and connecting me with other resources along the way. Ian is also very communicative and accessible; he casually kept in touch, promptly followed up after interviews and key phone calls, and helped me talk through decisions. Overall, I would strongly recommend Ian and The Cannon Project.


Foster LeBoeuf - Brown Lacrosse

As I was nearing graduation, and unsure of where I wanted to start my career, Ian reached out to me via LinkedIn to share some information on the Cannon Project. I had been investigating multiple industries, but after we got in touch over the phone, his impressive knowledge of the SaaS landscape helped me to realize the opportunities in this space I hadn't yet considered, but that I wanted to be involved with.

I thoroughly appreciate all the insight Ian and all the Cannon Project alumni provided. Ian was an invaluable resource throughout my job search from his mentorship and shared knowledge to connections and interview prep. I would definitely recommend to any former or current student athletes looking to get their careers started to get involved with the Cannon Project.

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Michelle Wolzinger - USC

When I was connected to Ian, I was a bit lost regarding what I wanted to do next with my career. I was evaluating customer success, account management, sales, and more, and he was able to get to know me and provide very thoughtful advice that helped me realize what direction I wanted to take and what types of companies I wanted to interview for.

Ian not only helped me decide upon a sales development role, but he introduced me to the company that I’m at now and was able to show me how it would be the best bet and stepping stone for my career. I’m 6 weeks in at Ironclad now and he sure was right. His guidance was extremely valuable and I can’t thank him enough.

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Max Huckaby - Bowdoin Lacrosse

Stumbling across Ian and The Cannon Project on LinkedIn four months ago has been the best accidental career decision I could have hoped to make. His insights and experience within the entrepreneurial tract are an invaluable asset to any recent graduate seeking placement at the numerous high-growth tech companies in New York, San Francisco, and beyond. Most critically, Ian refuses to settle for mediocrity – be it his candidates or their targets. Working with The Cannon Project, you can be certain that your talents will be expertly groomed and matched exclusively with companies who have earned the growth you will contribute.

Ian’s capacities for tailoring 1:1 mentorship to my specific case – while managing those of many others and a well-established sales position of his own – far exceed the services available at even the most elite colleges and universities. If you’re seeking opportunity in the tech industry, or simply curious about your viability in it, you are disadvantaging yourself every day that you are not in contact with this (his?) network. Placement or not, The Cannon Project endows recent graduates with the tools and professional connections required to maximize their potential for landing their ideal early career position in the tech industry. If you’ve been desperately seeking that one connection or “in” that will change your career, join this family and look no further.

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Jason Crouse - Columbia Hockey

A friend put Ian and I in touch right before I was about to accept an offer for an opportunity in a B2C sales role. In one call with Ian, I was fully committed to changing my career path in the directions of B2B SaaS sales. He is one of the most knowledgeable and thoughtful people I know when it comes to tech sales and the SaaS space, and his vetting process for companies is extremely rigorous. He is also not afraid to be challenging and direct when he has conviction about an idea or course of action.

It wasn’t easy (and took longer than we both thought) but when it came to making introductions, preparing for interviews, and general coaching, encouragement, and advice, Ian was an invaluable part of my job seeking process. I am now a founding AE at a well funded startup with a rockstar team, and I can’t thank him enough for his role in this! Looking forward to staying in touch with Ian throughout our careers.

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Kate Baldoni - Stanford Water Polo

I worked with Ian at Oracle right out of college. Ian left to go work at a startup but we continued to remain close in each others networks. He was able to share his experience working at a startup and compare it to the big corporation that we both started at.

Eventually I decided it was time in my career to make a change and Ian was very helpful in asking me questions and sharing his experiences to understand where I would be a good fit and with what. I would call Ian to prep for interviews, to see if our networks overlapped and even for advice on what role he would think I would be a best fit for. He knew my experience was in new business sales, but after having had worked with me and me sharing what my next move had to entail he saw me best in a Customer Success role working with existing accounts. I then followed Ian to New York and am now happier than ever working with my clients!

Andrei Newman - Vanderbilt

I was introduced to Ian a few months after starting my search for different opportunities in SaaS. Wading through the tech startup ecosystem is particularly difficult for younger students for a variety of reasons: lack of reliable entry points, career path ambiguity, & overall career risk.

While starting a career at an early-stage SaaS company is a fantastic move, the reality is finding the right role requires much more thought and evaluation because not all tech startups (or roles) are created equal. Bottom line, Ian was an invaluable resource in my job search because he had been in my shoes and experienced the process himself. He is a highly-successful sales professional with an extensive network and a deep understanding of how high-performing tech companies hire. Most importantly, Ian is more than willing to invest his own time in clients and develop a mentor-like relationship with them.

I am now working with a company that aligns well with my future goal of being an entrepreneur and Ian played a key role.

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Amelia Burke - Cal Lacrosse

I’ve worked with Ian in a number of different capacities since our networks introduced us 4 years ago. He has been instrumental as a resource for both quality new sales hires and his stewardship of the sales profession. Ian is unique in that his experience affords him the in depth knowledge of both the SDR & AE roles which allows him to vet for the highest quality candidates. He takes a consultative approach to understand exactly what his clients need today and what their intended sales org structure looks like in a year to align to those objectives. I’d highly recommend leveraging his expertise to help grow any sales team!

Hunter Hodges - UC Berkeley Rowing

As a student-athlete on the Men's Varsity Crew team at UC Berkeley, I did not have the time or the flexibility to rigorously search for a job following graduation. The process seemed daunting and stressful due to my lack of prior work experience. I can say with confidence that Ian Feeney and the Cannon Project were instrumental in securing my first job. Ian takes the time to understand your specific needs and projected career path.

Not only does Ian offer extensive mentoring, but the Cannon Project also provides invaluable connections to some of the top-rated tech companies in their respective industries. The Cannon Project provides you with the tips and tools you need to understand your job market and nail the interview process. I am very grateful for the chance to work at my dream job in San Francisco pursuing a career in sales, which is largely due to the assistance I received from Ian and the Cannon Project.

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Grant Harvey - Harvard Water Polo

As a college senior, with very little work experience, I was struggling to get off the application stack and receive interviews. Ian not only listened to my story, but took initiative to take me under his wing and guide me through job search process. With his extensive network, I immediately received multiple high quality interviews.

Not only did Ian help with the leg work of submitting my name and resume, but he provided one on one mentoring to help guide my focus and energy. He provided specific guidance and teaching on the most relevant skills needed to be seen as a high quality applicant by top tech startups. He listened to the specifications that I wanted such as start date and industry to strategically plan when to start conversations with different startups. The process concluded with Ian helping me land my dream job, I cannot recommend The Cannon Project and Ian's mentorship enough. I look forward to staying involved with The Cannon Project and mentoring the next class!

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Emily Gray - UNC Club Soccer

When I was looking to move from North Carolina to San Francisco, I had trouble finding a SaaS sales position without any connections. I’m so lucky to have met Ian through a mutual friend because I couldn’t have found my job (or roommates) without his help. Ian took the time to thoroughly explain the SDR position and answer any questions I had. He made several introductions to his network and helped me launch my career at an awesome company. Ian’s advice and mentor-ship is unparalleled and I’m incredibly grateful for all of his help.

Scott Scheuerle - Saint Joseph’s Lacrosse

I was referred to Ian through a friend during my search for an entry-level role, and am grateful for the help and time he provided. Ian was an asset in guidance on what companies to focus on, and what to expect from the interview process as a whole. He provided valuable resources to prep with, and the experience was great for someone new to their career. I can’t recommend Ian enough for someone coming out of school and looking to start their career in technology sales.

Raj Mahey - Colgate Soccer

The Cannon Project was instrumental in my job search within the SaaS sales space. Both Ian and Brian provided guidance and resources for identifying the right companies and preparation. Since college career services generally don’t focus the majority of their efforts on sales roles, the Cannon Project bridged that gap for me, and helped me land a perfect role to begin my professional career.

The Cannon Project’s network allowed me to connect with high performing professionals that offered insight into the recruiting process and the daily roles as a sales rep at technology companies. I’d highly recommend the Cannon Project to any college student or recent grad.

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Noah Springwater - Columbia Basketball

The Cannon Project has been instrumental in my transition from software development to sales. Ian’s strong understanding of career growth opportunities stems from his professional experience, as well as from his success coaching others. Ian is diligent in his research, and has his finger on the pulse of high-growth potential companies.

In addition, Ian does a fantastic job actively finding strong candidate-company matches based on mutual interest and skill set. Ian frequently checks in, provides prep resources, conducts mock-interviews, and makes himself available for questions or concerns. Ian’s mentorship was the best resource I had throughout each stage of the job search process and beyond. Thank you Ian and TCP for empowering me to pursue my career shift with confidence.

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Colin O’Connor - Johns Hopkins Track & Field

I’ve known Ian for over three years now and he has continuously supported me as I progress through the various stages of my early technology sales career. Every time I have spoken with Ian, it always feels like he is present and listening — even when our calls are unscheduled and impromptu.  I have seen the commitment and pride Ian puts into the Cannon Project both first- and second-hand. I recently was personally going through an internal, enterprise sales interview process (from mid-market) for the second time because I hadn’t made the cut the first time around. This time, I was able to get the mentoring and support from Ian to help me stand out during the interview process and land the role I had wanted for over a year.

Second-hand, I have had two friends I referred over to the Cannon Project and Ian set up time with them just twenty minutes after my initial introduction. Within a week of the initial introduction, both of these friends landed interviews with some of New York and San Francisco’s fastest growing technology companies. Needless to say, the Cannon Project and its founding operator, Ian, are top-tier forces when it comes to nurturing those with the drive and commitment into the best sales talent. Whether you are just leaving college and looking for your first job or a few years into your sales career, I highly recommend the Cannon Project.

Nicholas Stout - Wisconsin

I was introduced to Ian after months of searching for a new opportunity. It was immediately clear that he was extremely knowledgeable, well connected and passionate about helping others find their next career move. Ian was extremely helpful and always available to answer questions, provide guidance and resources to ensure I was prepared and successful. Ian was beyond valuable throughout the entire process. He fought for me and helped me navigate the interview process from start to finish.

Ian genuinely cares and will go above and beyond to ensure that you find the perfect fit. I am grateful to have worked with Ian and recommend him to anyone looking to get into the tech industry.


Noah Reimers - Harvard Football

I walked away from the finance industry during the summer between my junior and senior year of college. My entire senior year I was sort of at a loss on what exactly I wanted to do once I graduated from school.

A former teammate of mine linked Ian and I together and he quickly gave me contacts and knowledge of the software sales space. He made it extremely easy for me to get my foot in the door, speak with the right people and begin a career in software sales. He's got great connections and knowledge of the space to help anyone figure out where they can fit in. I highly recommend his work for anyone who is looking to find a solid landing spot post-graduation.

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Ben Dann - Brown Rowing

After connecting through a mutual friend, Ian shared his extensive network with me when I arrived as a job candidate in San Francisco. He goes out of his way to help, and I could not recommend him more as a person who brings a high level of energy and urgency to any challenge. As we both come from team sports backgrounds, I value Ian's ability to leverage his communication, work ethic, and passion for achieving winning results.

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Ellie Jamison - University of Virginia

A few months after moving to San Francisco, my company unexpectedly went under and I was looking for other opportunities in a city with few connections. Within a week, Ian had set me up with numerous contacts for job opportunities and helped give me the confidence to interview with competitive startups. After receiving offers, Ian then helped me best evaluate the different companies, roles, and career paths as a supportive, non-biased resource. This whole process would have been a lot harder without Ian and I’d recommend anyone that is looking to grow their career in sales or tech to work with him to find that perfect fit!

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Lauren Creath - Tufts Track & Field

After two years of working in finance, I knew I needed a career change but had no idea where to begin or what I wanted to do.  Before meeting with Ian, I thought tech companies only consisted of engineering and sales teams, and didn't think there was a place for me.  Ian took the time to understand my strengths and what I wanted in a career.  He educated me about the structure of SaaS startups and recommended Customer Success as a path I should look into.  Ian then connected me to his network of CSMs, so I could learn more about the role.  I am now finishing up my second year as a CSM and love it.  Ian has continued to be a valuable resource for me, and I would strongly recommend him to anyone looking for career guidance or mentorship!

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Jake Doyle - Vassar Baseball

After my very first conversation with Ian I realized he was extremely passionate about helping driven, high-achieving student-athletes break into tech sales.  It was also clear that he had a very simple plan on how to do it. Within just weeks he introduced me to friends in his network and set me up with simple projects to help prepare for the interviewing process.  Simultaneously Ian and I were speaking regularly to determine what types of startups I should be looking at, as well as how to evaluate these companies. Ian was then quickly able to get me an interview through a simple connection of the Cannon Project.  

Ian’s help did not stop once I secured an interview.  He was an invaluable resource in preparation for the interview, constantly giving advice and feedback at any time of the day, 7 days a week.  He was very knowledgeable on what types of questions I should expect and how I could prepare for them. I was able to secure an offer after just one interview and I cannot thank Ian enough, he truly was the key to the whole process.


Pedro Robinson - Dartmouth Football

I met Ian through a reference from an ex-colleague 2 months back when looking for a new job in startup technology sales. I didn’t know where to start coming from a larger firm like Palantir, and Ian was able to quickly bring clarity to a career in start-up technology sales over a dinner meeting in NYC. He was enthusiastic about helping me and gave sound, reasonable advice that I had yet to hear from other contacts in the field. Ian shared with me criteria around evaluating and choosing winning companies using market data and, but more importantly explained how to find winning people willing to invest in my success.

After our initial dinner meeting, he began making introductions to his network and set me up with relevant contacts are companies hired. He made sure I was evaluating hypergrowth seed, Series A and B companies with strong leadership, upside, and sales culture. Prior to meeting Ian an evaluation process this specific was not on my radar.

After six weeks following his advice, I was in a position where I had several job offers on the table and ready to accept a new role. This did not feel like a job hunt or a transactional recruiting process - I feel as though every person I met with through Ian I I can lean on down the road for career advice and mentorship. I hope he is able to help and bring more early employees into his network (I’ve already introduced him to current seniors at Dartmouth) because he truly understands the NY and SF technology market and how to quickly position candidates for long-term career success.

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Lawrence Leeds - University of Maryland

After working as a consultant for over three years, I decided to reevaluate what it was I wanted to do. I was introduced to Ian at the Cannon Project and was amazed by his knowledge of the Tech space. He worked hand-in-hand with me to assist with my job search and interview process.

Ian’s understanding of technology companies, as well as the roles within, is unmatched after speaking with a few recruiters. He knows what stages you want to join companies at and understands you as a person, resulting in appropriate recommendations and introductions. I highly suggest anyone who is considering working in the Tech space to speak with Ian.

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David Eick - US National Team Rowing

I’ve known Ian for the past 6 years, first in a collegiate athletics setting where we competed against UVA and more recently in a competitive business setting selling software at Leanplum. Upon retiring from the US National Rowing team in 2016, I moved to SF in search for a job in tech. I quickly reconnected with Ian and he introduced me to 3 early stage software looking for a hungry high impact player to help scale their sales team. He gave me phenomenal career advice on how I should be approaching the interview process and I landed a job within a few weeks of moving. Highly recommend his positivity and fully endorse The Cannon Project - looking forward what’s to come!

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Cooper Hollingsworth - St. Lawrence Hockey

When I was looking for a new job a friend introduced me to Ian as I was interested in a position at Leanplum. I was expecting for a one call introduction in which Ian would tell me a little bit about his experience there and at best, forward on my resume to get my foot in the door. Instead, Ian acted as a full-time mentor to me, scheduling weekly calls to go over the process and prep questions to make sure I was ready for the next stage. He made simple recommendations that made me stand out from the applicant pool, and they actually worked. Ian is an incredible coach and mentor, and I fully endorse his skills to anyone else who is seeking his help to navigate the ups and downs of the job hunt. I hope to one day be able to return the favor!

Edut Birger - UC Santa Barbara

Having Ian’s help to navigate the post-grad job search was a lifesaver. He took the time to help me understand what I should be looking for in a first employer, and the 1:1 coaching helped me gain confidence in my responses to every possible interview question.

Cannon’s prep resources, like the example ramp plans, helped me consistently stand apart in the candidate pool. Being able to leverage such an experienced and connected advocate was invaluable when going through the job search process.

Mick Wang - Butler Track & Field

I first spoke with the Cannon Project after realizing there was a huge gap in my understanding of what it'd be like to work for a tech company in a sales role. Having little to no experience in a sales job, the high level insights of Ian and his team gave me the direction and motivation I needed to start the process.

The Cannon Project helped in my preparation for each of the subsequent interviews at my future company and involved coaching sessions around mentality, story-crafting, and my overall pitch. The Cannon Project continues to guide me in my role now as an SDR and now in my pathway to AE.

For anyone looking to try a new industry that is reminiscent of the competitive nature of college D1 athletics, I highly recommend the Cannon Project!

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Troy D’Amico - Fordham Lacrosse

I was first connected to Ian through a mutual friend when I was looking to transition to tech from finance. Ian's pulse on the tech industry and network among VCs and recruiters is second to none, and the greatest benefit to working with Ian is the "path to success" that he imparts upon his clients, starting with SDR and ending with VP of Sales.

Throughout my years of undergrad and professional experience, I have not worked with anyone that has provided such high caliber and high touch support and investment. Whenever I had general process questions or a new interview scheduled, Ian immediately made himself available to ensure that I was prepared and ready to go. Ian truly does know his stuff both inside and out, and I'm looking forward to staying in touch with him for years to come and recommending him to anyone considering a career in tech.

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Jack Connolly - Boston College

Before connecting with Ian, I had no clear direction in my job search - I aimlessly searched for roles online. While on an extensive trip throughout Asia, Ian took the time to e-meet with me. He detailed a specific plan for approaching the job search - no longer wandering the web, but instead a targeted method of finding opportunities at a tech companies with a certain set of qualifications.

Ian again met with me while on his trip, this time preparing me for an interview at the company atop my list. He was able to answer any questions I had, and also taught me the necessary skills needed to crush my interview.  Ian and The Cannon Project are doing great things, and I would highly recommend them!