Employment and Internship Opportunities




Temple University -- NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates

Posted March 22nd, 2017

NEW application deadline — Friday March 31st, 5PM EST.

Temple University invites applications from STEM Discipline UG Students for NSF Funded Research Experience for Undergraduates (NSF REU): Summer 2017. 

REU Site Research Focus Area: Enhancing Undergraduate Experience in Mobile Cloud Computing

REU Site DATES: May 29th to July 21st 2017

Program Overview:

• Funded by National Science Foundation (NSF)

• 8 Week paid on-site research program - $4000 Stipend

• Program also pays additionally for travel, housing and meals as per NSF guidelines

• Exposure to World Class research faculty and facilities

Eligibility Requirements:

• Open to UG students in good Junior & Senior academic standing in computer related majors 

• Students in Math, Physics and Engineering are also encouraged to apply

• Minimum GPA: 3.5 or better

• To be considered/accepted into the program applicants must be US Citizens/Permanent residents

Temple University Department of Computer and Information Sciences REU site will be hosted on the University’s main campus in Philadelphia. 

Philadelphia Local Attractions:

• The Philadelphia Mint  

• Philadelphia is the Nation’s 6th largest city — experience the arts, music, and culture

• Philadelphia Museum of Art and the famous “Rocky Steps”, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, African American Museum in Philadelphia 

• Reading Terminal Market, Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Independence National Historical Park, 

Sample Research projects from the Site’s broad topical areas include: 

*  Mobile computing - Mobile computing for Geological Research

*  Wireless Communications - Software Defined Cellular Networks

*  Cloud computing - Opportunistic Mobile Cloudlets

*  Mobile and Cloud Computing Forensics - Forensics Challenges of Mobile & Cloud Computing

Committed to encouraging applicants from members of underrepresented groups in computing (e.g., women, African Americans, Hispanics, American Indians, Pacific Islanders) or who are enrolled in a minority, women's, or non-doctoral institution. 

Additional Information about the program can be found by visiting -- http://www.cis.temple.edu/~avinash/reu.html


Florida Institute of Technology -- NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates

Posted March 22nd, 2017

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR A 10-WEEK RESEARCH EXPERIENCE FOR UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS is available in the area of Machine Learning. The program is sponsored by the National Science Foundation and is offered by the Information Characterization & Exploitation (ICE) Laboratory at Florida Institute of Technology (FIT) in Melbourne, Florida.

Machine Learning (ML) gradually evolved as a branch of Artificial Intelligence with its theory and applications positioned at the juncture of Computer Science, Engineering, Mathematics, Statistics and, even, Physics. Nowadays, ML’s role in successfully addressing hard, real-world technological challenges has become ever more current and central. Moreover, its presence and importance now permeates several aspects not only of cutting-edge technology such as computer vision, stock market prediction and big data analytics, but also our daily life through voice-driven searches on our smart phones or movie recommendations on video streaming services to name only a few.  

The program currently accepts applications in order to form a very diverse, multi-disciplinary cohort of nascent researchers for this summer. Minorities, women and people with disabilities are especially encouraged to apply.


Without exceptions, applicants must be:

=> Majoring in an Engineering or Science discipline

=> US citizens or permanent residents

=> Undergraduates in good academic standing


=> Exposure to the exciting world of Machine Learning and its applications

=> Participate in a one-week crash course to familiarize yourself with Machine Learning

=> Work with experienced student mentors and experts in the field

=> Participate and contribute to cutting-edge Machine Learning research

=> Take part in visits to our local industry

=> Paid travel and accommodation expenses

=> Receive a competitive stipend for per diem expenses

=> Visit Central Florida venues such as Disney attractions and NASA’s Kennedy Space Center

=> Meet new people

=> Make new friends

Application Deadline: April 5, 2017


Apply online: http://www.amalthea-reu.org  

For more information, visit our Web site at www.amalthea-reu.org or contact:

Dr. Georgios C. Anagnostopoulos

Director, The AMALTHEA REU Program

Associate Professor, ECE Dept.

Florida Institute of Technology

150 West University Boulevard

Melbourne, Florida 32901-6975

Phone 321-674-7125 | Fax 321-674-8192

E-mail: georgio@fit.edu

The Altamont School -- Computer Science Teacher

Posted February 27th, 2017

The Altamont School, a college preparatory school in Birmingham, Alabama, for students in grades 5-12, seeks to hire a full-time computer science teacher. A graduate degree and experience are preferred; compensation will be commensurate with qualifications. This teacher will be responsible for developing a computer science curriculum focusing on programming/coding for all grade levels at The Altamont School.

The candidate must be prepared to teach computer science/coding classes to our students and support the computer science curriculum and the ongoing education technology integration throughout the school with the faculty, the students, and the Director of Technology.

Responsibilities would include but not be limited to the following:

• Plan, supervise, and implement the Computer Science curriculum with a focus on programming/coding (e.g., Java, Python, HTML, and other relevant technologies) in accordance with standards, policies, and procedures of The Altamont School. • Be able to teach and support students according to AP Computer Science courses. • Demonstrate proficient use of the various technology tools supporting our curriculum, especially in critical and computational thinking in addition to digital citizenship and technology literacy goals. • Collaborate with teachers to plan and integrate Computer Science in their curricula, and where possible and appropriate, with computer science projects. • In conjunction with the Director of Technology, maintain a supportive role in the setup, support, and inventory of classroom/lab technology equipment, software, and tools. • Monitor, document, and assess student progress, maintaining close communication with parents and appropriate school personnel. • Support the Mission, policies, and practices of The Altamont School. Technical Skills/Experience • Prior experience and proficiency in programming/coding • Understanding of Computer Literacy and Digital Citizenship Skills • Knowledge of and proficiency in academic technology standards • Ability to troubleshoot to solve minor computer and connectivity issues • Experience with a variety of technology in the educational setting, including computers (PC and Mac), 3D printers, digital projectors, document cameras, interactive whiteboards, and student devices • Proficiency in the Microsoft Suite

For additional information, please contact Maureen Frye, Head of Science Department at mfrye@altamontschool.org

Candidates should please send a cover letter and resume to: Sarah Whiteside, Head of School swhiteside@altamontschool.org The Altamont School P. O. Box 131429 Birmingham, AL 35213 

USVerify -- Java Programmers

Posted February 14th, 2017

USVerify is looking for Java servlet coders with Oracle SQL knowledge. USVerify is located in Memphis, TN.

Education, Experience, Knowledge and Skills: Solid Java programming skills, experience with Oracle databases, and good problem solving skills.

Contact: Kurt Guttensohn at rizakoyt@gmail.com

Kurt is an Ole Miss Computer Science alum and graduated in 1993.

C Spire -- 2017 Internship Program

Posted November 3rd, 2016

At C Spire, we recognize the importance of investing in future industry leaders and proudly continue our Student Internship program in 2017. Student Interns with C Spire have an opportunity to work hand-in-hand with a variety of teams. They receive invaluable experience and the opportunity to make an impact on the front-lines of High Tech.

Paid Internship opportunities include but are not limited to:

  • Engineering
  • Database Applications
  • Software Development
  • Network Operations
  • System Support
  • IP Networks
  • Finance
  • Accounting

Each paid internship will last for a period of eight (8) weeks (June 5th- July 28th)  and will be located in Ridgeland, MS.  Students interested should APPLY HERE no later than February 01, 2017 . Please direct any questions to Katherine Dehmer at kdehmer@cspire.com.

Katherine Dehmer | Recruiting Specialist | C Spire

1018 Highland Colony Parkway | Suite 104 | Ridgeland, MS 39157

601.974.7515 office | 769.230.7515 Wireless | 601.941.2111 fax