ASEE's award-winning Prism magazine seeks a new student columnist, as our excellent Alice Dai is graduating. If you know students who have a passion for writing and strong opinions on the state of engineering education, please encourage them to send a resume, cover letter, and 2-3 writing samples (preferably published) to Prism Associate Editor Jennifer Pocock at firstname.lastname@example.org. They should use the subject line "Student Columnist Application." The columnist will receive an honorarium.
Keysight has immediate openings for Software Engineers!
Keysight Technologies has been unlocking electronic measurement insights for 75 years. No other company offers our depth and breadth of measurement tools and expertise.
In SIS division, we are looking for a college software engineer for nano-positioning system. As the successful candidate, you would join a dynamic team and contribute to the development of a comprehensive suite for instrument control, data acquisition, and data analysis. You would interact with experts from multiple disciplines and apply modern software development techniques to enhance the user experience and capabilities of nanoscale measurements.
BS/MS in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, Electronic Engineering
Very Strong knowledge and 5 year plus experience of C programming language and Visual Studio
Strong understanding of digital hardware interfacing
Strong understanding of multi-tasking and real time operating systems
Strong understanding of Assembly Language
Experience with C# or C++
Experience with software development within a team
Basic understanding of agile software development
Understanding of operating systems and software drivers
Experience programming with one of more of the following: Linux, Windows, VxWorks
Strong knowledge of Mix-signal (Analog and Digital) circuits
Strong communication and teamwork skills
Embedded microprocessor knowledge
Good verbal and written communication skills
Ability to quickly learn new technologies and applications
Create drawing packages and manufacturing instructions for parts and assemblies.
Assist in engineering prototype builds and component fabrication.
Collaborate with other mechanical, systems, electrical, digital control, manufacturing, industrial design, and test engineers to take designs from a clean sheet through prototypes and into mass production.
TEAMS - Teacher Assistants in Mathematics and Science
A paid teaching opportunity with 7th–12th grade students tutoring in a virtual format. $15/ hour for 6–10 hours per week. Students can apply at cesame.calpoly.edu AND will register for SCM 220–01 #4873 (1 unit) after applications are reviewed. Hiring will start as soon as August!
Learn By Doing Lab
Register for SCM 302!
Will look great on your resume!
Lead 3rd-8th grade students in scientific exploration and gain early teaching experience through a virtual format!
New graduates are encourage to apply! Especially those who have obtained their Masters.
Abbott is a global healthcare leader that helps people live more fully at all stages of life. Our portfolio of life-changing technologies spans the spectrum of healthcare, with leading businesses and products in diagnostics, medical devices, nutritionals and branded generic medicines. Our 103,000 colleagues serve people in more than 160 countries.
A healthy heart is essential to good health. That's why we're committed to advancing treatments for people with cardiovascular disease. As a global leader in Cardiac Rhythm Technologies, our breakthrough medical technologies help restore people's health so they can get back to living their best lives, faster. We focus on innovative technologies that can improve the way doctors treat people with heart arrhythmias, or irregular heartbeats.
Our location in Sylmar, CA, currently has an opportunity for anEngineer II, Mechanical (MRI Safety).
More Information and the Application can found Here
Free Data Science Course
Data Science For All / Empowerment is an online program that offers the world’s best data analytics training to talented participants from Female, Black, Hispanic, LGBTQ+, and other underrepresented communities.
Data skills are an increasingly important function of every type of job, not just technical ones. Employers are requiring these skills for roles like finance, sales, marketing, and product, among others, as well. Our program teaches the data skills that professionals across all industries and positions need.
The program is taught by world-class instructors from Harvard and connects participants to an amazing peer network and mentors.
DS4A / Empowerment is 100% free for participants, because we want the best talent to participate. The program is funded by corporate sponsors, who target graduates for job opportunities. Past participants of our programs have graduated to work at partner companies like Google, Lyft, Deloitte, JP Morgan, Twitch, Citadel, Memorial Sloan Kettering, and Johnson & Johnson.
When: Saturdays 10AM - 8PM EST, October 24 - February 13th (Holidays off)
Where: Virtual, held in our Live Online format
Entry is competitive and merit-based. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. The next application window closes on September 6th.
Interested in fighting fraudsters or solving big identity challenges for businesses? You’ll get hands-on experience working on impactful innovation projects and prototypes aimed at pinpointing fraudsters and improving consumer experiences when they interact with businesses. You’ll be an immediate contributor by testing new ideas and helping transition those with the most value to our core product and development teams.
If you’re a coder who loves to experiment and test your ideas, are an aspiring entrepreneur with strong technical skills and you have a strong belief that technology can play a role in making people’s lives better, then consider an internship with our Innovation team!
Paid Internship opportunity preferably full academic year, with the opportunity to be selected for a full-time summer internship at the conclusion of the academic year. But we will also consider students who may be entering their final semester of studies.
To learn more, reach out now to , and and please make sure to submit your resume by August 28th for the fall term. If you’re interested in joining us for winter term, resumes should be submitted by November 2nd.
You and Western Digital Events
We are excited to invite your organization to attend our information sessions, workshops, and recruiter office hours. This shift to virtual recruiting is new to all of us, but we are thrilled to offer these sessions and hope you are able to share these opportunities with your organization. Please feel free to share this message with your network.
Students can register for multiple sessions by visiting the link below. I would specifically like to call out our Women in Engineering Information Session on September 15, where students can learn not only about Western Digital and our opportunities but also hear from members of our Women’s Impact Network (We.WIN).
Please note: This session is open to students who meet the following eligibility criteria for the internship program:
Expected graduation date of December 2021 or Spring/Summer 2022
GPA of 3.0 or higher
The event will be recorded. For any students who missed the opportunity to join us or would like to revisit the information we will be sharing about the program please contact Brooke Sennott.
Women in Community College Doctoral Research Study
Research study participants needed!
Have you completed as least 30 credit hours as an engineering major at a community college in the past 10 years? Complete this screening survey to see if you are eligible to participate in a doctoral study and share your experience.
The purpose of this qualitative study is to describe the lived experiences of women who transition to engineering majors at community colleges and persist through the first year of study. This study will attempt to answer the following question: How do participants describe their experiences as first year engineering students at a community college? This question intends to deepen the understanding of how women describe their experiences during the first year of study in an engineering program at a community college. There are few studies on retention of women in engineering programs at community colleges. The study has potential to help community colleges implement practices to retain more women in engineering.
ORDP Biopharma Job Opening
The Operations Rotational Development Program (ORDP) is a 2 year program hosted by Genentech/Roche that propels young graduates to become leaders in the biopharma industry. Over the 2 years, analysts work through four different 6-month rotations in drug manufacturing operations (from supply chain, quality, and regulatory to on-the-floor manufacturing and development). In addition, they receive formalized leadership training and development opportunities.
Genentech/Roche is a world-renowned leader in the biotech space. The opportunity to start your career with this company is unmatchable. Personally, the network and people skills I have gained over the last year has been phenomenal: senior leaders all the up to VP and SVP levels are always overly excited to mentor and meet with young professionals.
We are looking for talented and motivated individuals, like the engineers in SWE, to apply to the next cycle of ORDP. The link will be posted on 9/14 at gene.com/careers.
For any application or resume questions please contact contact Keila Wedow
PROVE Lab is recruiting!
PROVE Lab is recruiting new members! We're a student-run club that designs and builds record breaking electric vehicles from the ground up. Our current project, Mila, is an endeavor to create a fully electric sports car that travels over 1000 miles on a single charge to break the current world record. To help paint a picture for what we're about, I've attached an informational video and infographics to this email.
We're looking for engineering students to work on the following aspects of the project:
mechanical and structural vehicle systems (chassis, steering, brakes, suspension, aeroshell, etc.)
electrical systems (anything from the high voltage lithium ion battery system to autonomous steering system)
expanding our partnership coordination and event logistics teams that keep the project alive and productive
If you're at all interested, please fill out the google form below by the end of next week (Sept. 24th) and meet us at our first recruitment meeting Sat. 26th!
Sign up to find out more about CALPIRG Students’ remote internships and volunteer opportunities.
CALPIRG Students is a student organization here that works to protect the environment, fight hunger and homelessness, and promote civic engagement.
A brand new CalPIRG chapter is on the rise here at Cal Poly and we're looking for club members, volunteers, and remote interns! This Fall our priority campaign is our New Voters Project, where we'll be working to mobilize young voters.
CalPIRG is working with the student government and other student groups this fall to make sure no one misses Election Day. We have volunteer and internship opportunities doing outreach, organizing events, and spreading the world through media and social media.
Lumentum is a San Jose-based market-leading manufacturer of innovative optical and photonic products enabling optical networking and commercial laser customers worldwide. Lumentum’s optical components and subsystems are part of virtually every type of telecom, enterprise, and data center network.
Lumentum seeks underrepresented diverse interns to participate in our 12-week paid summer 2021 internship program; this scholarship is in support of our efforts to identify and develop a diverse talent pipeline. Upon successful completion of the summer internship, Lumentum will provide a Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging (DIB) scholarship. Students may be in technical or non-technical majors: Engineering, Data Science, Optics and Photonics, Lasers, Computer Science/Engineering, Business, Human Resources, Communications, Supply Chain or other disciplines supporting Lumentum's core business.
More details and the application can be found on Lumentum's website here or Handshake here
Lumentum will be at the Computing Fair on October 6 and the Fall Fair on October 8. Please feel free to connect with us at the fair if you can or email Scott Johnson at email@example.com time with questions or comments.