I would like to ask how can I explain in a professional way these experience to potential HR :
- bachelor's degree internship : it a was a startup in healthcare, never coded during university and had in 3 months to deliver a complex webapp in Angular with a mentor that would follow 5 peoples, so she had not so much time for me.
Needless to say,it's has been a bath of blood because I was not cut out for web app coding in Angular JS. My relator was in affair with this startup,he blackmailed me that if I would not create a prototype that couldn't be sold, he would lower my bachelor degree GPA.
This startup used rolling internship as my thesis professor would send fresh students.
My performance was really bad, I have to admit. Angular JS is a technology which I was not and will never be good at it,
I felt worthless because I gave hell to create a barely working prototype, working until 2 am, my mental health got worse in that dark period.
I discovered later that they sold my work for the price of an house,the blackmail was fake, that they were trying to make me postpone the bachelor's degree and work for them free for another half year. I didn't tell the university all these bad behavior because I was afraid of backslash on my future,
Now, this CEO and relator managed to enter in huge healthcare companies which I would like to work with, I'm afraid that this experience could hurt my dream of working in these companies.
How can I defend myself or explain this bad experience to potential HR if they would come to know?
Should I tell the real truth to an HR of these peoples which took advantage of me and other students ?
This has been lot of years ago and until now I've worked in big companies :)