CS Undergrad Updates
November 12, 2014 - November 26, 2014
Academic Services Office Hours
Enjoy your Thanksgiving break!
Jobs, Internships, Scholarships, Research Opportunities, Etc.
IBM Software Developer Position
System Z Software and Firmware Development
Please email resumes to:
Lockheed Martin Skunk Works in Palmdale, CA is looking for Dec 2014 and May 2015 grads to fill software engineer positions.
GPA requirement would be at least a 3.5. They need candidates with C++ experience (or C, willing to do C++). The job description is attached.
Students interested in the Skunk Works positions should go to: http://www.lockheedmartinjobs.com/
Select “Job Search” in the left column.
In the “Quick Job Search” field, type 301487 (for Bachelor’s candidates) or 301475 (for Master’s candidates).
From there, it’s pretty straight forward to select the requisition and apply.
Create an online assessment that both generates user reports (personal profiles) and that stores individual participant responses.
Must have experience or skills in developing on online survey/assessment and database
Time: 3-5 weeks
Payment: $300 stipend
Send resume to Corey Seemiller at firstname.lastname@example.org; resumes reviewed on a rolling basis
Intel Positions Available
Enterprise Application Developer:
Enterprise Systems Analyst:
New Student Services in the Office of Admissions is currently hiring Orientation and Welcome Leaders to work this summer!
Are you looking for a summer job and a way to get more involved on campus?
Apply today to be an Orientation and Welcome Leader!
As an “OWL,” you will have the opportunity to welcome new students and their families to campus this summer. OWLs will connect
with UA staff and campus partners, work with a driven student team, and gain a wealth of knowledge about the University.
The application can be found at orientation.arizona.edu on the left pane and is due December 12, 2014.
If you have any questions regarding the application or the position, please contact Carly Gieszl, Program Coordinator at email@example.com or 520-349-9881.
Apply to Become a Section Leader!
We are happy to announce that the online application to become a Section Leader for Spring 2015 is now open at https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1C77ZI0RWWjw91DHXG019x1qyXAcnUmprYsf1x_9o9iA/viewform !
For those who are unfamiliar with the Section Leader position, a Section Leader is essentially an undergraduate TA who helps foster the learning of students in one of the introductory Computer Science courses (127A/B, 245, and 335). To get a full sense of the responsibilities of a Section Leader and to see if you are eligible to become a section leader, please see https://www.cs.arizona.edu/slprogram
We would like to point out just a few things about the application process. In addition to filling out the online application (linked above), you must
· Send us your unofficial transcript in an email as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org .
· Sign up for an interview slot on the door of GS 733. Interviews are on the Friday and Saturday, November 21st and November 22nd.
· Prepare a 5-minute presentation for your interview, as if you were a Section Leader teaching a topic to a class.
· Have all of this completed by the End of Day Wednesday, November 19th.
Interview slots are on a first come first serve basis, so we encourage you to apply sooner rather than later if you are drawn to this opportunity. The reminders given above are also included on the last page of the online application.
When filling out the application, you will also notice questions regarding interest in becoming a undergraduate TA for other courses. This serves as a communications to pass your name along if these positions open up, but the primary purpose of the application is for the Section Leader position.
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact email@example.com and we will respond to you as soon as we can.
-- Section Leader Coordinators, Jimmy and Christian
Don’t forget about these free workshops held on Wednesdays at 5:oo p.m. at Bear Down Gym.
November 19th and December 10th : Preparing for Final Exams
December 3rd: Tackle Your Test Anxiety: Presented in partnership with CAPS.
Important Dates and Deadlines
- Registration will be open for all students starting November 17th, and will remain open up until the first day of classes for Spring 2015
For more Dates and Deadlines, click here.
Upcoming UA Events
Wednesday, November 19th
Friday, November 21st
Saturday, November 22nd
Monday, November 24th
- Mindfulness & Meditation Mondays
- UA Studio Jazz Ensemble Concert
- Steward Observatory Public Evening Lecture
Tuesday, November 25th
Thursday, November 27th
Friday, November 28th
- Here are some questions to consider including in your interview:
- Here are some good things to do after you had an interview with a firm you liked and would want to work for: http://www.digitalgurus.co.uk/blog/5-things-to-do-after-job-interview/
- Things to make sure you are not doing in your interview: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/article/20141029161414-105489621-are-you-sabotaging-yourself-in-job-interviews