Computer Engineering Scholarships
Monday, Nov. 24, 2014 10:47 AM
We are now accepting applications for the 2015 CRA-W Grad Cohort Workshop scheduled to take place in San Francisco, California on April 10-11, 2015.
The CRA-W Grad Cohort program, initiated in 2004, is generously funded by sponsors from industry, academia, the National Science Foundation, and the computing community. Grad Cohort aims to increase the ranks of senior women in computing by building and mentoring nationwide communities of women through their graduate studies.
At the Grad Cohort Workshop, we welcome new women graduate students in their first year of graduate school into the community of computing researchers and professionals by providing them with a broad range of strategies and role models. Strategies and mentoring for students in their second and third years of graduate school will also be provided.
Students will meet for two days with 20 to 25 senior computing researchers and professionals, who will share pertinent information on graduate school survival skills, as well as more personal information and insights about their experiences. The rewards of a research career will be emphasized. The workshop will include a mix of formal presentations and informal discussions and social events. Through this workshop, students will be able to build mentoring relationships and develop peer networks that will form the basis for ongoing activities during their graduate careers.
Applicants will be notified whether they've been selected by mid-February. Selected participants will be reimbursed for reasonable workshop-related travel expenses following the workshop.
Applications must be received by November 30, 2014 in order to be considered.
Apply here: https://computingresearch.wufoo.com/forms/zqhrp991m39cc6/
Tuesday, Apr. 22, 2014 11:19 AM
NASA’s Aeronautics Research Mission Directorate (ARMD) is directed toward enhancing the state of aeronautics for the nation, transforming the nation's air transportation system, and developing the knowledge, tools, and technologies to support future air and space vehicles. ARMD is undertaking a scholarship program focused on aeronautical research and related degree programs at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Eligible undergraduate students should be pursuing an aeronautical engineering degree or related field of study at an accredited U.S. college or university and have at least two (2) years of full time study left to complete as of Fall 2014. Current undergraduate juniors are not eligible for undergraduate funding unless they expect to complete their undergraduate degree in Spring 2016 or later, or are in a joint baccalaureate-Master's degree program with an expected completion date of Spring 2016 or later.
Eligible graduate students must have received or be on track to receive their bachelor's degrees by Fall 2014. Scholarship awardees selected in Spring 2014 must begin their fellowship tenure by Fall 2014. Potential applicants to the program may be in their final year of undergraduate study and already accepted into a master’s or doctoral program, or they may be currently enrolled in a master’s or doctoral program but will not receive their degree until at least Spring 2016. Fields of study must have a focus on aeronautics-related research such as, but not limited to, air traffic management research and integrated vehicle health management.
The program is open only to applicants who are citizens or nationals of the United States. Refer to Public Law 109-155-DEC. 30, 2005, 119 STAT. 2927, 42 USC 16741, Section 431 NASA Aeronautics Scholarships. The term "nationals" refers to native residents of a possession of the United States such as American Samoa. It does not refer to a citizen of another country who has applied for U.S. citizenship. Persons who hold permanent resident status or foreign students are not eligible. Proof of citizenship will be required upon formal offer.
The Undergraduate Award includes:
• Up to $15,000 awarded for each school year, to be used for education related expenses
• Summer internship at a NASA Research Center with a stipend in an amount up to $10,000
The Graduate Award includes:
• $35,000 annual stipend
• Up to $11,000 awarded for each school year, to be used for tuition and other education related expenses
• Two (2) $10,000 Summer internship at a NASA Research Center
Applications are due May 16, 2014,and should be submitted through the NASA One Stop Shopping Initiative at intern.nasa.gov. Applicants should be sure to select “scholarship” for the type of application and complete the supplemental aeronautics scholarship section.
Tuesday, Apr. 22, 2014 11:17 AM
NASA Scholarship Funding
The NASA Office of Education (OE) is accepting applications for NASA Scholars. The NASA Scholarship is a competitive opportunity that focuses on students in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, or STEM, disciplines, thereby addressing the critical shortage of qualified STEM professionals that the nation is facing. Eligible students include rising freshman (high school graduating seniors or GED recipients not yet enrolled in college), sophomores and juniors, at the undergraduate level, who will complete their undergraduate degree in Spring 2016 or later and community college students with at least two years remaining at the community college. The goal is to address the agency's mission-specific workforce needs. The scholarship includes up to a $9,000 academic scholarship, not to exceed 75% of verified tuition, and a $6,000 stipend for a Summer 2015 10-week internship at a NASA center. The internship provides scholars with a unique NASA research experience and preparation for global competitiveness. NASA OE Scholarships cannot be concurrently accepted or combined with another US Government Federal scholarship or funding, irrespective of the Scholar's Status.
Applications are due May 16, 2014. Applications should be submitted through the NASA One Stop Shopping Initiative at intern.nasa.gov. Applicants should be sure to select “scholarship” for the type of application.
Tuesday, Apr. 22, 2014 11:10 AM
The NASA Office of Education is accepting applications for MUREP Scholars. The MUREP Scholarship is a competitive scholarship opportunity that focuses on underserved and underrepresented students in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) disciplines and students attending Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs), thereby addressing the critical shortage of qualified STEM professionals that the nation is facing. Underserved and underrepresented STEM groups include but are not limited to women, individuals with disabilities, and individuals with military service. MSIs include Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs), Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs), Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs), and Asian American Native American Pacific Islander Serving Institutions (AANAPISIs) as recognized by the Department of Education. Eligible students include rising freshman (high school graduating seniors or GED recipients not yet enrolled in college), sophomores and juniors, at the undergraduate level, who will complete their undergraduate degree in Spring 2016 or later and Minority Serving Institution community college students with at least two years remaining at the community college. The goal is to address the agency's mission-specific workforce needs and target areas of national need in minority STEM representation. The scholarship includes up to a $9,000 academic scholarship, not to exceed 75% of verified tuition, and a $6,000 stipend for a required Summer 2015 ten-week internship at a NASA center. The internship provides scholars with a unique NASA research experience and preparation for global competitiveness. MUREP Scholarships cannot be concurrently accepted or combined with another US Government Federal scholarship or funding, irrespective of the scholar's status. Applications are due May 16, 2014.
Applications should be submitted through the NASA One Stop Shopping Initiative at intern.nasa.gov . Applicants should be sure to select “scholarship” for the type of application.
Monday, Mar. 17, 2014 11:03 AM
Nuetag Corporation has two internships open for Android and iOS app programmers. These positions report to the Senior Development Manager, but interface with all aspects of the Company.
These are part time positions. Production schedules and milestones can be coordinated with candidate’s other commitments. Working remotely is permissible. Candidates should have 8 – 10 hours per week available for this project.
These opportunities are non-paying for the 90 +/- days this project is expected to take. Stock compensation is potentially available for dedicated candidates looking for permanent work in the long run.
Please email resumes to or call:
Friday, Feb. 28, 2014 9:04 AM
The Technology For Impact Fellowship provides students and recent graduates with an opportunity to take ownership for a technology initiative to directly impact the growth of a highly successful non-profit. Between four and six fellows will be selected for two projects requiring varying skill sets and experience for the Summer of 2014. Fellows will have access to industry executives and seasoned experts in the project's field for mentoring and networking. Fellows may have a full-time position during the fellowship, and work on the project in the evenings and/or on weekends if they choose.
PURPOSE: The purpose of this fellowship is to encourage students and recent graduates who want to explore and prepare for a career in technology to consider how the interests of technology and social impact relate. The ultimate goal is to inspire future innovation for social good throughout their career. TFI Fellows can include projects in their professional repertoire as well as the distinction of the fellowship title. This fellowship is currently a volunteer position and the projects are selected based on a benefit that an organization wouldn’t normally be able to accomplish.
ELIGIBILITY: Fellows must be a current student, applying to grad school in the next 2 years, or be a recent graduate within two years of graduation (A member of the graduating class of 2012, 2013 or 2014). Applicants are encouraged from any field of study and from a wide variety of technology experiences. We understand that the most ambitious students seek out every opportunity they can to boost their experience, therefore we structure the projects and planning to work around a fulltime work schedule.
PROJECT: SALESFORCE OPTIMIZATION
FSD's staff is severely limited by the manual processes when accepting applications, coordinating with field teams and collecting information. The focus of this project is to identify bottle necks in the process and create a fully automated system in Salesforce for the staff in San Francisco and a place for field teams to interact with the system with limited access to internet and little technology experience.
The fellowship team will design and develop the web layout for applicant profiles after they submit an application. This will be in the form of user profiles where applicants can change application information, access information pertinent to their program and report back on the progress if accepted. The fellowship team will also be responsible for creating a very simple web form that can be understood by field teams with limited access to technology to automate the process of uploading information on sustainability projects into Salesforce.
PROJECT: INTERACTIVE MAP
Village Enterprise has focused their efforts on Kenya and Uganda to impact people living in under the extreme poverty line ($1.25/day). The geographic significance is hard to picture for donors, volunteers and partners 8,000 miles away here in the United States. The solution is to integrate an interactive map of Kenya and Uganda onto Village Enterprise's website, so that visitors can explore the work they do and familiarize themselves with the local business mentor on each dot displayed on the map.
Village Enterprise currently uses a mobile application that integrates with the cloud to store collected information on each business and program they support. Currently they have a WordPress website. The data first needs to be taken off of their internal database, where it can be pulled out in CSV files, and added to a WordPress database. The fellowship team will create a new database in WordPress that can link directly to the mobile application in the field used to collect information. The fellowship team will also be responsible for the integration of the map onto the website, and creating the process of keeping the map updated by Village Enterprise staff and field teams.
Interested students with experience in any of the following may apply here:
- Web Development
- Salesforce Development
- Web Design
- Database Development
- Data Analysis
- Business Process Analysis
Details may be found at our website www.tfi-fellowship.org
Students can reach out directly as well by calling our main line (650) 731-2834 or emailing us at email@example.com
Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014 3:09 PM
Dear perspective team member,
The Business school is now recruiting a web designer. The initial work schedule will be conducted on an “as needed basis” and addressed in a timely manner at your discretion. The department is time-flexible and are very happy to work with you. Additionally, there is the possibility to earn course credit by participating in this project.
This team member will be expected to have knowledge in the following areas:
- Ensure cross browser and platform compatibility for developed features
- Experience with web development and UX
- Update and maintain documentation in an organized manner
- jQuery, AJAX, and JSON experience
- Understanding of DOM and DOM Event Models
Below we have provided you with a priority scale for each area.
1 - MUST KNOW
3 - They should have a good understanding of this skill
5 - It’s okay if they don’t know this
HOW I PRIORITIZE THE SKILLS (sorted most important to least):
Cross browser and platform 1
Understanding OO 2
Experience in dev. and UX 3
Understanding DOM 5
Please send a copy of your resume to Andrew Gaddis, Team Lead at
Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014 9:29 AM
Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014 9:25 AM
Are you a Computer Science major interested in an exciting internship at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory?
Are you an Engineering student with great Computer Science skills?
Do you have a GPA of 3.0 or above?
If you answered "YES
", JPL would like you to apply for an internship.
: There is no deadline but the earlier you apply, the sooner you can be evaluated and selected.
: Send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org
What to Include
: Specific projects will be determined based on qualifications and experience.
: Send questions via email to email@example.com
Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013 10:53 AM
EOL's mission primarily requires electrical, mechanical, optical, and computer engineering skills but we encourage all engineering students to apply. Undergraduate students enrolled at accredited U.S. colleges and universities are eligible to apply for SUPER internships. However, note that some projects may require that the intern be (a) a U.S. citizen; (b) lawfully admitted for permanent residence in the United States; or (c) a protected individual as defined by 8 USC1324b(a)(3).
The application process for Summer 2014 is now open. Applications are due by 1 January 2014, and must be submitted through the application site below:
To read more about SUPER, go here: www.eol.ucar.edu/super
Click here to Apply for SUPER
Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013 10:41 AM
The Watersheds Division at the Santa Clara Valley Water District is looking for a part-time intern to assist and play a key role in implementing a web-based flood warning system throughout Silicon Valley. Please forward your Resume plus any relevant info to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than January 31, 2014.
Pay: $18.17/hr - $25.68/hr
Hours: Approximately 20 hours a week, Monday thru Friday during normal business hours for six months to a year.
- Background: Computer Science, GIS, Web, Geography, Civil Engineering
- Optional Database Experience: MySQL, PostgreSQL
The Santa Clara Valley Water District is responsible for 10 dams and reservoirs, as well as 275 miles of rivers and streams for the county’s 1.8 million residents. As a result of intense urbanization and climate change effects, some of the streams are prone to severe flooding during large rainfall events, causing property damage and posing a hazard to human life.
The goal of the flood warning project is to use modern weather forecasting, in conjunction with multiple telemetry stations, plus engineering computer models and simulations, to predict flooding. Residents can sign up to be notified via e-mail or text, and emergency responders can better plan for natural disasters.
An integral part of the project is to display all this information in a coherent and meaningful way on a web-based application that can accessed by the public. The District is seeking an intern who is self motivated to learn the existing data systems and connect it to a web application. In addition, the intern would work to improve functionality and overall aesthetics for the web application, while coordinating between different internal and external parties. He/she would work closely with District staff to implement the project.
The ideal candidate would understand database systems and be able to use their web programming skills to complete the task. A GIS and water resources engineering is preferred, but not required. This is a perfect opportunity to gain valuable work experience, as well as to work on a trail-blazing project within the water resources field that can directly affect people in a positive way.
Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013 10:38 AM
The Naval Research Enterprise Internship Program (NREIP), provides an opportunity for students to participate in research at a Department of Navy (DoN) laboratory during the summer.
The goals of NREIP are to encourage participating students to pursue science and engineering careers, to further education via mentoring by laboratory personnel and their participation in research, and to make them aware of DoN research and technology efforts, which can lead to employment within the DoN.
NREIP provides competitive research internships to approximately 275 college students (200 undergraduate students and 75 graduate students) each year. Participating students spend ten weeks during the summer conducting research at approximately 29 DoN laboratories.
This ten-week intern program is designed to provide opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to participate in research, under the guidance of an appropriate research mentor, at a participating Navy laboratory.
NREIP interns will be selected based upon academic achievement, personal statements, recommendation, and career & research interests.
Award duration and stipend
The internship has a duration of 10 weeks.
For undergraduate students the stipend is as follows: Sophomores receive $5,400.00. Juniors and Seniors receive $8,100.00. Graduate students will receive $10,800.00.
Stipends will be paid once a month, May-August.
- Applicants must be U.S. Citizens. Dual citizens may be accepted ONLY at Naval Research Laboratories.
- Students graduating in the Spring 2014 semester are eligible to apply. If you expect to graduate by Fall 2013, unfortunately, you are not eligble to apply.
- Applicants must be a Sophomore, Junior, Senior, or Graduate student to apply. Eligibility is determined by your class standing in the Fall of 2014. Therefore, if you will be considered a Sophomore by the Fall 2014, you are eligible to apply for NREIP!
- Applicants should have majors relevant to the research interests of the laboratories.
- Students attending two-year colleges, who meet the major and credit requirements, may be eligible at the laboratory's discretion. Please contact the laboratory's directly to find out if you meet their requirements as they may vary.
The last day to submit an application will be January 6, 2014. References and transcripts are due on January 6, 2014 by 5:30 PM Eastern Standard Time (EST).
Awardees as well as Non-Awardees for the Summer 2014 NREIP Program will be notified by Mid March.
Research Start Dates
Start Dates will vary based upon the lab. The earliest anyone can start at a lab is the first week in May.
Any eligible student (i.e. sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate student) who is enrolled at a 4 year U.S. college or university deemed accredited by the U.S. Department of Education will be eligible to participate in the NREIP program. Students attending 2 year colleges, who meet the major and credit requirements, may be eligible at the laboratory's discretion. Please contact the laboratory's directly to find out if you meet their requirements as they may vary.
Apply here: https://nreip.asee.org/apply/register
Online Application Now Open Until January 6, 2014!
Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013 12:24 PM
Desired Start Date: Open Until Filled
Duration: Up to One Year Education Level: Current Undergraduate Student
Hours Per Week: 20-28, Depending on Availability
Pay Rate: $11.10 Per Hour
Location: Santa Clara, CA (Intel Campus)
Internship Description The BEC (Business Education Compact) is a non-profit organization that makes learning real through hands-on, innovative learning experiences for students. The BEC's Linux Systems Programmer Intern will work onsite with a team at Intel's Santa Clara, CA campus. The intern will assist with Unix/Linux System administration. This includes Linux computer installation, troubleshooting, repair, and removal. The intern will also script programs to automate repetitive tasks, program and deploy new infrastructure applications, and monitor the health of the computing environment.
The successful candidate will have Unix/Linux experience, computer programming credits, and a customer service mentality. Candidates with Perl, PHP, and customer service skills are preferred. The intern will be working in an office environment with some lab work. The intern should have the ability to lift and repair computer hardware.
This internship is open to current undergraduate students who take at least 6 credits per term during the traditional school year (fall-spring).
How to Apply To apply online, visit the BEC’s website (www.becpdx.org) or click the direct link to this internship: http://www.becpdx.org/student_internships/student/internship_details.aspx?p_id=61052.
Questions? Contact Chrissy: email@example.com or 503-646-0242 x37.
Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013 12:20 PM
Desired Start Date: ASAP/Open Until Filled
Duration: Three Months Education Level: Current Undergraduate Students
Hours Per Week: 10+ Depending on Availability
Pay Rate: $11.10 Per Hour
Location: Santa Clara, CA (Intel Campus)
Internship Description The BEC (Business Education Compact) is a non-profit organization that makes learning real through hands-on, innovative learning experiences for students. The BEC has up to four openings for Data Collection and Validation Interns who will assist a team at Intel's Santa Clara, CA campus. The interns will assist with validating an existing data-annotation windows application and will use it to collect facial video data from 10-15 users, annotate the collected video data, and test Aster software.
Successful candidates must be familiar with PCs and Microsoft applications. This is a good entry-level internship opportunity for students with an interest in Computer Science or related fields. This internship is open to current undergraduate students who take at least 6 credits per term during the traditional school year (fall-spring).
How to Apply To apply online, visit the BEC’s website (www.becpdx.org) or click the direct link to this internship:http://www.becpdx.org/student_internships/student/internship_details.aspx?p_id=61055.
Questions? Contact Chrissy: firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-646-0242 x37.
Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013 12:03 PM
Oracle Labs is the research arm of Oracle. Our researchers look for novel approaches and methodologies, often taking on projects with high risk or uncertainty or that are difficult to tackle within a product-development organization. The Oracle Labs Modeling, Simulation, and Optimization group performs research and consulting in applied mathematics. We have an opportunity for a graduate student intern this summer. It might be of special interest to a graduate student doing research in integer programming.
Position Description and Requirements: This opportunity relates to an algorithm that we have created to do specialized types of integer non-linear programming. We use a combination of greedy techniques to find a solution quickly and randomization to try to escape from local optimums. An example use of this algorithm is price optimization for products within Oracle’s retail business unit. The summer intern position is to help improve the algorithm by refactoring the code and augmenting the types of objective functions and constraints that can be solved. The intern will also be expected to test the algorithm on classic integer programming problems, identify optimal parameter settings, and consider extensions of the algorithm to other mathematical programming problems. The applicant must be a strong Java programmer and have familiarity with integer programming techniques. The applicant must be a graduate student in MS&E, ICME, or a related field; a PhD student is preferred.
Oracle Labs is located in Belmont, CA, at Oracle headquarters. If interested in this opportunity, reply to email@example.com
Thursday, Nov. 7, 2013 8:43 AM
During the month of November, we will be giving away 15 scholarships, totalling more than $30,000, for students who wish to go on our China Internship Program. This Program is designed to provide students with international work experience and cultural immersion in the world's fastest growing and most exciting country.
We would appreciate it if you could forward the following scholarship information to your students either via list-serve, other faculties/departments, email newsletter, social media posts or any other medium you have available. Below is a short message that can easily be sent out, as well as a CRCC Asia flyer attached.
Are you interested in gaining international work experience and building your post-graduation job prospects? Consider doing an internship in China! During the month of November, CRCC Asia is running its annual Scholarship Program and we are giving away 15 scholarships, totalling more than $30,000 for students who wish to take part in our programs in 2014. The application is open until November 22nd 2013 and applicants will be judged on the strength of their application and phone interview, with a final decision made in the first week of December 2013.
CRCC Asia’s China Internship Program provides one, two, or three month internships in Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, and Sanya. Fluent English is the only language requirement and there is a program start date each month of the year.
We work with over 400 top companies in China to offer a wide range of placements across various industries including finance, law, marketing/PR, engineering, accounting, pharmaceuticals, NGO's and many others. All accommodation and visa processing is included in the program, as well as a schedule of social and business events.
We have over 3500 alumni from more than 150 countries worldwide, who have all benefited from the CRCC Asia China Internship Program.
We look forward to seeing you in China soon!
About CRCC Asia
China Internship Program
We are the largest provider of internship opportunities and study abroad courses for students in China, with 1,2 and 3 month programs starting every month in Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Sanya. We have organized over 3500 student placements in the past six years, and work with over 400 companies, across various industries including Finance, Law, Marketing/PR, Engineering, Green Tech, International Business, Pharmaceuticals, NGOs and many more. Fluent English is the only language requirement.
Our programs have been reviewed by the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg and the BBC. CRCC Asia has also developed partnerships with various universities, including the University of Texas Austin, the University of Wisconsin Madison and Colorado State University. You can find more information through our short video here .
US Internship Program
In response to the popularity of our China Internship Program, we recently launched a new program, which offers international students, especially Chinese students, a corporate internship in San Francisco, California. This caters to a growing demand of US-based international students who want to gain practical work experience and professional development in the US. For more information, please visit http://www.crccasia.com/usinternship/
Tuesday, May. 21, 2013 9:21 AM
IT Internship Program
Williams-Sonoma IT Intern
Williams-Sonoma, Inc. is a specialty retailer of home furnishings and gourmet cookware prided for “enhancing the quality of life at home.” We offer high-quality, stylish products for every room in the house: from the kitchen to the living room, bedroom, home office and even the hall closet. Williams-Sonoma, Pottery Barn, Pottery Barn Kids, PBteen, West Elm, Mark & Graham, and Rejuvenation are the strong, growing brands that allow us to reach a diverse customer group throughout different stages of life. Williams-Sonoma, Inc. is a vertically integrated company pursuing business through three channels: retail, catalog and e-Commerce.
The Williams-Sonoma, Inc. internship program provides Year 3 Business, Computer Science or Information Systems college students with the opportunity to build and demonstrate their business and technical skills. In order to provide you with a truly comprehensive view of our company, we are offering an internship program to experience both the retail and corporate sides of our business.
For the first 3 days of your internship, you will work in one of our Pottery Barn, Pottery Barn Kids, or Williams-Sonoma retail stores in the Bay Area. While in the stores, you will learn some of the aspects of how a retail store runs and operates. Learning about our retail business provides the context for the remainder of the internship.
For the remaining portion of your internship you will be working at our Williams-Sonoma, Inc. Corporate Headquarters in San Francisco. You will be placed in and matched with a department based on your interviews, interests, and skill set. During this time, you will interact with teams across the IT organization, assist on projects, and gain experience in cross-functional partnerships.
In addition to your daily activities, you will participate in a group project. The group project will include cross-functional interns and will require each intern to contribute their knowledge and insights to deliver the overall results. You will also partake in weekly sessions with the other interns, participating in personal and professional trainings as well as attending meetings with the executive leaders of the company and brand.
The 9.5 week program begins on Monday, June 17th and ends on Wednesday, August 21st.
Days 1 through3 – Retail stores within the Bay Area
Williams-Sonoma, Pottery Barn, and Pottery Barn Kids
Remainder of the 9.5 weeks – Corporate Headquarters, San Francisco, CA”
- Qualifications & Skills
- Year 3 in an accredited degree program
- Minimum GPA of 3.2
- Strong verbal and written communication skills
- Strong analytical skills
- Teamwork oriented
- Ability to work independently under tight timelines
- Ability to prioritize and multi-task
- Proficiency in Microsoft Windows and/or MAC OS (Depending on the internship)
- Familiarity with Excel and PowerPoint is useful
- Ability to work in the San Francisco area for the full 9.5 week program
Interested students may email the Senior Recruiter, Cass Draper at Interested students may email the Senior Recruiter. His name is Cass Draper: firstname.lastname@example.org