Saturday, May 4, 2019
Toro Hack invites you to learn ethical hacking and cyber security skills with your own laptop.
- Loker Student Union, 3rd Floor
- 8:00AM – 5:00PM
- Registration is Free!
More information at https://www.torohack.com
CSUDH students! Come learn about Open Source Software (OSS) at the FREE 1-day workshop (December 2 from 9:30am to 5pm @ SCC800). The Computer Science Department is partnering with the non-profit EquitableTech to produce this event. Workshop details will be emailed to those who register online at EquitableTech.org. Space will be limited so please sign-up soon! Registration deadline Wednesday November 21. Lunch will be provided to those who register online. Same day walk-ins are welcome; but, there’s no guarantee of food. Direct questions to info@EquitableTech.org.
- Learn about open source software
- Tech companies now look for OSS skills
- Overcome OSS “newcomer” concerns
- Learn about collaborative software projects, version control, & other skills/tools
- Learn about paid internships
- “GitHub is the new resume” — OSS projects document your skills
- Network with tech professionals
CodePath.org and Facebook are offering a hands-on introductory Mobile App Design Workshop Series starting in October.
Join their workshop series to jumpstart your product portfolio and get ahead with your internship search. Design and prototype the next million-dollar app idea in hands-on workshops. Get the inside scoop from engineers working at companies like Instagram, Airbnb, and up-and-coming startups.
Applications are now open for sophomores and freshmen and close Sept 15th.
- Saturday remote workshop sessions (October 6th, 12 weeks)
- Hands-on labs focused on either Android or iOS development skills
- Collaborate with a small group to design your own app
Students that complete this program will gain early access to advanced CodePath courses on their campus and receive updates about unique opportunities and events in the future.
Friday 5:30 – 8:15PM
Prerequisite: CSC 123 or equivalent
Learn the ins and outs of iOS development (in collaboration with CodePath).
Want to learn the ins and outs of iOS development at blistering speed? This course features the same rigorous curriculum built for our professional engineers. Six intense projects give you the skills you need to build your own app and wow the crowd at demo day.
Students love our hands-on courses. Save your seat now to take iOS at CSUDH in the Fall!
CodePath alumni get matched to our partner companies for internships and full-time job opportunities.
CodePath.org is a non-profit funded by companies like Facebook to help improve diversity in tech.
Looking for a cybersecurity job can be stressful, but you can alleviate some of that headache by attending a pre-summit job fair preceding the Community College Cyber Summit (3CS). Many industries and businesses will be at the fair on Thursday, Aug. 2, 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., at Mt. Hood Community College in Gresham, Oregon.
If you are enrolled in an information security, computer science, and information technology degree program, you now have a fantastic opportunity to talk with representatives from a range of IT and cybersecurity businesses and industries that have job openings.
You can apply to receive financial support to cover your job fair and 3CS registration, travel costs, lodging, and per diem stipend, based on the distance from your home to Mt. Hood Community College, as described below:
This is a paid summer intern position designed to give a student the opportunity to gain practical work experience through training and performing assignments.
Student could work in HR, IT, Property Management, External Affairs, Water Resource Management to name a few.
Education and Experience
- Must be 18 years of age or older
- High school Graduate or above
- A minimum 2.75 GPA
- Required Knowledge of: How to work in a team environment.
Required Skills and Abilities to: Understand and follow verbal and written instructions; communicate clearly and concisely, both verbally and in writing; operate hand tools; and establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
Must be available to interview on one of these dates:
Monday, June 4- Friday, June 8, 2018
Intern will work approximately 140 hours starting June 25, 2018
MWD is committed to equal employment opportunity and request broad outreach be conducted to solicit interest with the hope of a diverse applicant pool.
Starting Fall 2018 students with a bachelor degree in a program other than technology can also apply for this program; however, they will be required to take some leveling courses to be prepare them for the graduate level courses (we start offering leveling courses during summer 2018).
To apply for the program please go to:
Our company provides products and services to fairs, festivals and events. This position is the primary technical support for our clients using our POS machines and scanners. If you enjoy travel and face to face interactions with customers, read on.
The POS Field Technician is responsible for making sure that all POS equipment orders are processed accurately and in a timely manner. He/she also serves as main tech support contact and works with the sales dept. to configure equipment properly or find the right equipment necessary for an event. As an IT specialist he is responsible for maintenance of office systems and IT work as necessary.
Other duties as directed by management.
Must meet the following minimum requirements:
- 2 Year College or equivalent work experience
- Excellent knowledge of Linux, MySQL
- Internet networking skills
- Fast learner and ability to take charge, attention to detail a plus
- Understanding and knowledge in office programs
- Excellent organization and communication skills
- Excellent with customer interaction
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and conduct employment background screening including a check of criminal records, past employment verification and drug screening. Knowledge tests are given where applicable.
Please email your resume and cover letter to email@example.com
Location: Pasadena, CA
Are you seeking an internship that would expose you to a wide variety of engineering tasks on large scale, complex projects? Parsons is seeking an Engineering Intern to work on various transportation and water related projects throughout the summer. This is a great opportunity to experience how engineering is accomplished by a world class, globally respected firm.
Under direction of a degreed engineer, you will perform a variety of basic engineering support assignments that require a fundamental knowledge of design/drafting standards, practices, and techniques. You will utilize a CAD workstation to prepare engineering drawings consisting of basic arrangements, layouts, as-builts, etc. from rough sketches and/or from general engineering and design information in accordance with established standards and procedures. You will be asked to review technical manuals to become familiar with industry codes, regulatory standards and company policies. Additionally, you will compile data and perform dimensional and routine calculations required for the preparation of drawings. Assignments are designed to help you develop a practical knowledge of the engineering discipline.