Computer Science News

Spring 2016 - January 15

Greetings from Your Career Consultant

Welcome back, everyone and Happy New Year!


I hope your holidays have been relaxing and refreshing. As you gear up for another semester (or perhaps your final semester), remember to keep that sense of rest and rejuvenation with you.


Remember that the Career Center is here to help during any stage of your career - whether you need assistance looking for jobs or internships or just need help deciding on a major or minor, we want to help! There are still internship opportunities and exciting events coming up this month and semester. Be sure to check out some of the great programs coming your way.


I hope to see you soon!

In This Report

  1. Meet with Azell
  2. Get Arch Ready!
  3. Upcoming Events
  4. Jobs and Internships
  5. Federal Opportunities for Computer Science majors
  6. About Azell Francis

Meet with Azell

To schedule an appointment, call 706-542-3375. Receive assistance with resumes, statements of interest, cover letters, job search strategies, interviewing, applying to graduate school and any other career-related topics.


Weekly Drop-In hours (no appointment needed):

Coke Lounge, Sanford Hall - Thursdays, 1:30 pm-3:30 pm

Career Center Computer Lab - Fridays 12 pm-2 pm

Get Arch Ready!

Big image
It's time again for another semester of great programming and the chance for you to complete the Arch Ready Professionalism Certificate*! All you need to do is attend 5 Career Center events throughout the semester, take some surveys, and receive a snazzy lapel pin plus a great addition to your resume.


Click here to view all the programs offered this semester and make your plan!


Here are some I think you may find particularly interesting:


  • Job and Internship Search
  • LinkedIn 101
  • Women in STEM panel


*Note: this certificate is open to ALL students, no matter age/stage/year.

Big image

Resume and Cover Letter Workshop

January 20th

5:00 - 6:00pm

MLC 148


From LinkedIn to WordPress: Creating Digital Portfolios

January 21st

5:00 - 6:00pm

MLC 150


Job & Internship Searching Overview

January 25th

5:00 - 6:00pm

MLC 148

Big image
Big image

See DAWGLINK for opportunities just for YOU!

Liberty Mutual 2016 Entry Level Information Technology Opportunities

APPLY BY: JAN 28TH (DAWGLINK)


Working at Liberty Mutual Insurance in the Information Technology division will give you the opportunity to work on exciting and emerging technologies. You will also work with great people, many of whom are leaders in their technology fields. You’ve made a significant effort in your education and we’re dedicated to doing the same for your career. You’ll have a chance to leverage your abilities with immediate responsibility, stimulating work, and the opportunity to grow and be recognized for your contributions.

The Position

As an IT Analyst you will join a technical team within one of our IT Business Units. IT Analyst career paths could include software development, quality assurance, network and system administration, systems analysis, data analytics, information security or technical project management. We will help you develop your career through classroom and on the job training that is aligned with your skills and interests.

Our IT professionals develop business solutions using emerging technologies, including cloud, HTML5, CSS3, SAS, JEE, .NET, business intelligence, responsive design, and mobile apps to create new business solutions.


Application Requirements:
• Please visit our website at www.libertymutualcampus.com and select "Apply Now"
• Under the Job Number field, search "65704"
• Click on 2016 Entry-Level Information Technology Opportunities
• It is required that you upload a copy of your resume & current transcript to your application
• You are required to complete an assessment as part of the application process for this position. Once you review your candidate profile and click submit, a link to an assessment will be provided. After clicking the link, you will also receive a direct link by e-mail that will allow you to take the assessment later if you choose. Depending on the job, the assessment may take between 30 and 60 minutes and it must be completed to be considered for the position.

EPIC Software Development Internship - Summer 2016

APPLY BY: JAN 29TH


As a software development intern at Epic, you'll take ownership of a meaningful and challenging project that will help shape the future of healthcare. You'll be mentored by brilliant colleagues, collaborate with fellow interns, and accomplish something that you can be proud of. We'll make sure you have the knowledge you need to succeed, but you'll hit the ground running and own your project in its entirety - from gaining an understanding of your users' needs to handling design, development, testing and documentation.

We'll give you a lot to do, and we'll expect you to deliver something great.

The software we create directly improves the way over 50% of Americans receive healthcare - in fact, it's likely affecting the life of someone close to you. You'll need to take your work seriously, but that doesn't mean you'll have to take yourself too seriously (having fun is part of our mission). You'll find a rare combination of intellectually demanding and interesting projects that contribute to the greater good, allowing you to find true fulfillment in what you do.

More than just important work.
Epic is located in Madison, Wisconsin, a city regularly ranked as one of America's best places to live. You'll earn competitive wages and receive benefits befitting a leading software company. Epic's environment is one of continuous learning; you'll have access to opportunities to expand your skill set and share your knowledge with others. Epic is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action (W/M/Vets/Disability) employer.

For more information, please visit our website (www.epic.com) or like us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/#!/LifeAtEpic/?fref=ts).

____________________________________________

Big image

Interested in working for the government? Below are two of the MANY opportunities open on USAJOBS, but remember that hundreds of new jobs and internships open every week.

There are currently 138 internship openings and 61 recent graduate jobs open now on USAJOBS!


Some reminders and tips:

  • Click on the job title to read the full vacancy announcement.
  • Most undergraduates will qualify for the GS-7 level with a 3.0 GPA or above.
  • Read the entire vacancy announcement carefully and thoroughly. You don't want to get rejected too quickly simply because you did not submit all the paperwork!


Job Title: PATHWAYS INTERNSHIP PROGRAM - Student Trainee (Computer Science)
Department: Department Of Transportation
Agency: Federal Aviation Administration

Job Announcement Number: ACT-ANG-16-INTERNS-45126

OPEN PERIOD: Thursday, January 7, 2016 to Wednesday, January 20, 2016

WHO MAY APPLY: Student Program Eligibles - Students Currently Enrolled in an Accredited College or University

SALARY RANGE: $28,077.00 to $49,571.00 / Per Year



Job Title: AF PATHWAYS INTERNSHIP- COMPUTER SCIENCE
Department: Department of the Air Force
Agency: Air Force Materiel Command

Job Announcement Number: 8L-Hill-1599789-2263314-JRP

SALARY RANGE: $25,731.00 to $42,012.00 / Per Year

OPEN PERIOD: Thursday, January 14, 2016 to Thursday, January 21, 2016

WHO MAY APPLY: Student/Internship Program Eligibles

____________________________________________

About Azell Francis

Recent graduate of the Georgia Southern University in good old Statesboro, Georgia; Azell joined the UGA Career Center team in August 2015. She serves as the Career Consultant for MIS, MIT, CS, Math and Statistics. Her academic background is in mechanical engineering, and has always had a passion for higher education.


Fun fact: Azell is originally from Trinidad and Tobago!