Flowstate in Olympia, WA is looking to hire a full-time web designer. This is a paid position for students with programming and visual/graphics design ability. If you enjoyed CIS 185/235 and created pages that look nice, this could be a fit for you!
I urge applicants to take screenshots of a page or pages they have created, to show their design ability. The pages don't have to be coursework. Good luck!
The Computing Center is looking to hire 1-3 tutors starting spring quarter. We will have both student tutor and part-time hourly (non-student) positions available. If you know any qualified students (current or former) looking for part-time remote work, please share the opportunity.
Dr. Richard Weiss will give an introductory lecture on computer architecture, including how memory systems work. This is a great chance for computer science (CS) transfer students to learn more about their field, but it is not limited to CS. All students are welcome!
The Washington State Opportunity Scholarship is available for students pursuing high-demand STEM careers. Scholarships are available for 4-year and Associate degrees! Applications are being accepted until February 11.
New Technologists internship (Microsoft partnership)
New Technologists is seeking referrals of BIPOC students for their summer 2021 remote technology internship, which includes project mentorship from Microsoft employees. The application is open Jan. 19 – Feb. 14.
Seattle University's CS degree is based on C++, which some engineering employers prefer. I encourage any interested stuents to attend the Virtual Transfer Information Session!
AccessComputing is planning a research workshop in early 2021 for undergraduates with disabilities interested in computer science research. AccessComputing is a National Science Foundation project that works to increase the participation of people with disabilities in computing education and careers.
Reminder: Tomorrow (10/20) there are a number of Zoom sessions scheduled that CIS students might be interested in: