College students, put your smarts to work with a Viacom internship! You'll crank up your skill set by getting real-world experience at a top-notch media and entertainment powerhouse. Internships are open to college juniors and seniors, though some departments also accept graduate students and law school students.
Viacom's Summer Associate Program is a competitive program for recent college grads--those who have social media savvy and dig all things digital. Over the course of 10 weeks, Associates will be exposed to all facets of the business, working with mentors to create a project to present to top-level execs. Call it an inside track on the fast track.
Don't wait too long--the deadline to apply is Friday, January 10, 2014!
The 2013-2014 Georgia Aspirations Award Ceremony will take place on Friday, March 14, 2014. The Georgia Award Ceremony will begin with a reception at 5:30pm, followed by the award program beginning promptly at 6:00pm. (Location TBA)
In addition to the award ceremony, Georgia Award winners and runners-up will have the opportunity to participate in an afternoon workshop on the Georgia Institute of Technology campus. The workshop will begin with registration at 11:00am, followed by lunch and an interactive competition.
Placement and duration: Summer Analysts (10–14 weeks) and Co-ops (4 months) are recruited and placed into a specific development, infrastructure or business analyst team. These programs are designed to offer a real world, project-based experience of what it’s like to be a technologist for a top financial Firm.
Participate in hands-on activities and visit research labs to find out what computing is all about! Students and faculty from UW's computing majors will introduce you to the broad range of problems computing can address. Representatives from local technology companies will show cool demos and tell you why they love their jobs.
The Utah FIRST LEGO League program would not be possible without the hundreds of volunteers that come together to make it all happen. Join this growing community where volunteering has never been so fun! With a variety of opportunities that will match any interests and the chance to be a part of an amazing organization that promotes an enthusiasm for discovery, science, teamwork and technology in kids, there is no reason not to volunteer! Tournaments in need of volunteers are held all across the state.
A project from the Girl Scouts and the National Science Foundation with information for girls and parents about engineering careers.
The South Carolina Award for Aspirations in Computing will be held in conjunction with the third bi-annual Carolinas Women in Computing conference at the Marriott Courtyard in Mount Pleasant, SC from February 7-8, 2014.
Modeled after the International Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing conference, CWIC is a low-cost, regional conference providing similar professional and social support, but closer to home!