Internship/ Job Announcements
January 2019 archive
Earn 8 units in four weeks! UC Davis Summer Abroad is currently accepting enrollments for our 2019 summer programs, and below are a few programs that we think might be of particular interest to you.
- Open to all UC students (freshmen through graduating seniors)
- Summer financial aid applies
- UC Davis courses, led by UC Davis faculty
- Courses taught in English
Note: UCLA students should meet with a financial aid advisor to determine summer aid eligibility. If needed, students can request a ninth unit of 199 to help qualify for summer aid.Create an online interest profile to receive email updates about programs that interest you. (It only takes a minute!) Visit the program webpage links below for details on fees, excursions, class schedules, and more.
Courses: Engineering 105 & 198
What better way to study thermodynamics than in a country that is powered completely by geothermal and hydroelectric resources? From thundering waterfalls to towering volcanos and geothermal fields, you will experience Iceland in all its intrigue.
Courses: Landscape Architecture /Applied Biological Systems Technology 150 & 198
Learn how to use geographic information systems (GIS) in the peaceful, culturally rich, and biodiverse country of Bhutan in the Himalayan Mountains, where progress is measured in Gross National Happiness.
Spend the summer in beautiful Sydney as an engineering intern. Placements are customized according to students’ experiences, career goals, interests and skills, and are available at large and small companies in a variety of industries.
OR satisfy GEs in arts, literature, or history!
Europe (Iceland, Germany & Denmark), Viking Visions
Courses: German 48 or 112 & 198 (taught in English – open to all majors!)
Explore the worlds of Thor, Odin, Freya, shieldmaidens, and more while studying the sagas, historical chronicles, and modern adaptations of old Viking myths in Iceland, Northern Germany, and Denmark.
Courses: History 165/103 & 198 (Taught in English)
Explore the historic and ever-changing city of Havana and examine Cuba’s revolutionary tradition on a multi-city trip across the island.
Courses: History 102S & 198 (Taught in English)
From the Renaissance to the United Nations, experience life and history in one of Europe’s grand imperial capitals.
Italian 107S & 198 (Taught in English)
Visit Roman, Etruscan, and Greek ruins and discover why Rome is considered an outdoor museum.
Courses: Native American Studies 120 & 198 (Taught in English; 202 & 298 grad student option)
Experience a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to interact with multiple indigenous groups and see parts of Ecuador that are not available to traditional tourists.
Courses: Comparative Literature 180S & 198 (Taught in English)
Walk in the footsteps of Jefferson, Twain, Hemingway, Stein and other Americans in Paris, while participating in one of the lower-cost programs in Europe.
Courses: Textiles and Clothing 173 & 198
A defining experience for anyone interested in fashion and marketing.
Courses: Art History 122 & 198 (Taught in English)
Examine the wide range of the relationship between architecture and sexuality in the context of European modernism.
Enrollment for summer 2019 programs is now open! If you have any questions about these or any other UC Davis study abroad programs, reach out to Leigh Cocanougher at
IntelliSys 2019 will focus in areas of intelligent systems and artificial intelligence and how it applies to the real world. IntelliSys provides a leading international forum that brings together researchers and practitioners from diverse fields with the purpose of exploring the fundamental roles, interactions as well as practical impacts of Artificial Intelligence. It is part of the conference series started in 2013.
The conference programme will include paper presentations, poster sessions and project demonstrations, along with prominent keynote speakers and industrial workshops. All submitted papers will be reviewed by experts in the field based on the criteria of originality, significance, quality and clarity.
Submission Deadline: 01 February 2019
Acceptance Notification : 15 February 2019
Author Registration : 01 March 2019
Camera Ready Submission : 15 March 2019
Conference Dates : 5-6 September 2019
Complete details are available on the conference website : http://saiconference.com/IntelliSys
Algebra II Tutor opportunity , Deadline: N/A, Majors: All
We are looking for an Algebra II math tutor to help a 10th grade student in Westwood. She needs help with general math homework. She struggles with functions and graphing equations. In addition, she could have some assistance with her upcoming Algebra II material.
Please email me a resume to if you would be interested in tutoring 2 to 4 hrs. a week. This position has competitive pay. I would appreciate hearing from you as soon as possible.
Amazon Internship workshop, Deadline: January 30, 2019, Majors: Computing-related or strong coding knowledge, Juniors and Seniors only
Great Minds in STEM, in partnership with Amazon, invites you to consider applying for the upcoming Amazon Intern Hiring Workshop. This is a unique opportunity, for students attending a 4-year university in Southern/Central California and pursuing a major field of study related to the computing industry or possessing a strong knowledge and experience in coding. Further information and the registration link may be found at www.greatmindsinstem.org/amazon.
Insight is now accepting applications from graduating students (must have completed all coursework in order to participate full time) for our fellowships in:
– Data Science (for PhDs & Postdocs)
– Health Data Science (for PhDs & Postdocs)
– Data Engineering (for all degree levels)
– Artificial Intelligence (for all degree levels)
– Data Product Management (for all degree levels)
– DevOps Engineering (for all degree levels)
– Decentralized Consensus (for all degree levels)
1800+ Insight alumni are now working at Facebook, LinkedIn, The New York Times, Apple, Airbnb, Netflix, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, Github, Slack, 23andMe, Twitter, Bloomberg, NBC, Pinterest, Microsoft, and 300+ other top companies.Insight Fellows Programs:
– 7 week, full-time training fellowship
– Mentorship from leading industry data scientists and engineers
– Join an active community of Insight alumni
– Self-directed, project-based learning followed by interviews at top companies
– Tuition-free with need-based scholarships and loans available to help cover living costs
Upcoming Application Deadline: January 28th. Learn more & apply on our website: https://apply.insightdatascience.com/start
New Technologists Summer Academy, Deadline: February 15, 2019, Freshmen and Sophomores only
New Techs is a 7-week PAID innovation academy onsite at Microsoft for college freshman and sophomores currently interested in/pursuing a degree in technology. To apply, please visit the website below for this easy 2 step process. https://newtechnologists.com/
Online applications are due by Friday, January 25, 2019. (All engineering disciplines qualify for this internship!)
The goal of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power Student Engineer Program (SEP) is to provide college-level engineering students with practical on-the-job-training and experience, including career mentoring, theoretical and technical instruction, and complete project-related, infrastructure work tasks. Student Engineers are paired with LADWP engineers and work in technical teams throughout the organization.
- At the time of application, the applicant must:
- be enrolled as a full-time student as a declared engineering major in an accredited university or college or have proof of full-time registration of graduate courses in a declared graduate engineering major;
- have at least sophomore standing in the declared engineering major curriculum at the time of application;
- have completed at least one full-time year at accredited universities or colleges.
- Have career goals, curriculum, experience, and/or interests related to the business of the LADWP.
- Have the ability to communicate effectively in English, both orally and in writing.
- Be a United States citizen or permanent resident (Green Card holder), or have the legal right to work permanently in the United States.
- A California Driver License may also be required for the job.
- Background check conducted in accordance with LADWP procedures and/or in accordance with NERC CIP policy requirements.
How to Apply
Thank you for your interest in the 2019 Student Engineering Program. Interested students shall submit a 2019 online application by Friday, January 25, 2019. Candidates may be notified between February through March regarding possible selection.
Internship- San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit: Deadline: January 22, 2019, Majors: Civil Engineering, Computer Engineering, Construction Management, Computer Science, Mechanical Engineering, Structural Engineering, etc., Seniors only
BART offers hands on real life experiences to Engineering students interested in the Public Transportation field. BART’s Summer Engineering Internship Program is an opportunity for Engineering students to gain valuable training and experience that will enhance the student’s educational goals and provide them invaluable experience in a dynamic work environment. The interns will partner with highly skilled engineers in planning, design and execution of Engineering projects at various BART facilities. Intern assignments directly contribute to BART’s commitment to excellence in Engineering. Come join us this summer!
This summer internship program is highly competitive and scheduled to run for eight (8) weeks beginning on June 17, 2019 and ending on August 16, 2019. All candidates selected must be able to attend the entire program.
Desired Engineering Majors:
- Civil Engineering
- Construction Management
- Computer Engineering
- Computer Science
- Electrical Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Structural Engineering
- Systems & Control Engineering
- Fare Collection Engineering
- Candidates will be placed in office and/or field Engineering assignments as needed.
- Interns must either be enrolled in an accredited college or university actively pursuing a Bachelor of Science and/or a Masters in Engineering or have earned their Bachelor of Science and/or a Masters in Engineering.
- Students must be entering at least their final year of college and have completed basic Engineering courses to assist analytical assignments.
- Minimum of a 3.25 GPA
- Working knowledge in Microsoft Office Suite required depending on assigned functional area; communication and presentation skills; and working in a team environment.
apply beginning January 22, 2019 via our website,www.bart.gov/jobs
Internship/Job- Software Developer- Genuent, Deadline: N/A, Majors: Computer Science, technology-related, Recent graduates
Genuent (specifically our Talent Path division) is currently recruiting for a Software Developer in Culver City, CA and are seeking recent undergrads. Attached is a job description. The Talent Path is a program to create “ready-to-work” technology candidates in a wide variety of technology disciplines. We are hiring recent graduates and providing them an on-the-job training program to develop their knowledge and expertise within development and consulting. Job Description SD.
Developer for an LA-based music-tech startup- Demomint, Majors: Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, etc., Any year
Want to become a co-founder of a music-tech startup challenging the industry status quo? Demomint is a quality-assured music marketplace facilitating artist needs across collaboration, brand partnerships, and sync licensing. The future of our company will tackle copyright infringement through advanced machine learning and digital signal processing. Our goal is to lead the music industry in tech advancement while empowering creators to new heights.
Seeking a full-stack developer interested in building a web prototype. Ideal candidates are
– Excited to learn
– Passionate about music
Back End: Node.js, Java, Python, Express, Cassandra, Postgres, AWS, WebRTC, Redis, MongoDB, MySQL
Bonus: Machine Learning, Security Systems, Socket programming, Audio/Video streaming, iOS, Android
Level of Education
Hours of Commitment per Week
50/50 equity split