Internship/ Job Announcements

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December 2013 Archive

December 2013 Archive

Event Folder Blizzard Entertainment University Relations Internship Opportunity
Greetings from Blizzard Entertainment’s University Relations Team Just a friendly hello and update from Blizzard’s University Relations team. We have some exciting news to share! We also want to thank you for your continued support and promotion of Blizzard Entertainment’s University Relations and Internship programs to your student community. If you are not interested in being a part of this email list or if there is someone you feel we should add, please respond to this email. If your students have any questions, please direct them to our University Relations webpage, Blizzard Careers Twitter feed, or our new LinkedIn Group! About us: Blizzard’s University Relations team consists of Mike Perry (Manager, Global Talent Acquisition Programs), Cat Kocher (Senior Programs Specialist, University Relations), and Janine Tedford (Programs Specialist, University Relations). Summer 2014 Internships are now live So many exciting opportunities – programming, writing, design, art, business operations, and more. For the first time, we’re offering internships in our Austin, TX office! There are still plenty of opportunities in Irvine. We look forward to seeing applications from your students. Due to the high volume of applications, please do not have students contact us directly. We will notify students of their application status before April 2014. Application deadline: January 31, 2014 New way for students to connect with us We recently launched a LinkedIn Group just for University Relations! Students and faculty are welcome to join the discussion here. We’ll post news in this space regularly, as well as respond to questions submitted by the community. We look forward to sharing a lot of content that will be helpful to students who want to break into the industry and understand what it takes to get a job at Blizzard! Please encourage your students to follow us here, submit their questions, and read through the resources provided. We’re still on Twitter too if you ever need a Blizzard Careers quick fix. The University Relations team is growing To meet the growing demand for student talent, Blizzard’s University Relations team is expanding too! Mike Perry joined Blizzard this past summer as Global Talent Acquisition Programs Manager, overseeing University Relations. One of our teammates – Cat Kiengsiri (formerly Cat Kocher) – will be relocating to the east coast in December to focus on partnering with and visiting campuses along the Atlantic. Janine Tedford will continue to be the point of contact for campuses on the west coast. We’re searching for a new Specialist, based out of our Austin location. The position is currently posted on our website; please feel free to forward it to any contacts you have that are looking for a new opportunity!
File 2014 Summer Undergraduate Program for Engineering Research (SUPER) Internship Opportunity
The Earth Observing Laboratory of the National Center for Atmospheric Research is seeking applicants for our 2014 Summer Undergraduate Program for Engineering Research (SUPER). The program is open to undergraduate students enrolled in engineering or engineering-related disciplines at accredited U.S. colleges and universities. However, note that some internship projects may require that the intern be (a) a U.S. citizen; (b) lawfully admitted for permanent residence in the United States; or (c) a protected individual as defined by 8 USC1324b(a)(3). We will be hiring four to five students for SUPER internships during the summer of 2014, and applications are being accepted now. The application deadline is January 1, 2014. Please feel free to print, post, and distribute the attached flyer to let your students know that positions are available. You may view the full job posting on UCAR/NCAR’s Employment Home page at this link: EOL 2014 Summer Undergraduate Projects in Engineering Research < 217437&company_id=15947&version=1&source=ONLINE&JobOwner=992522&startflag=1> Please direct questions to
Event Folder NSF and NASA Research & Internship Opportunities
For Undergraduates: Paid Summer 2014 Undergrad Research Opportunities: More than 650 programs – REU and other summer research opportunities for undergrads For Financial Support in Graduate School: Bridge to the Doctorate, IGERT and NSF Grad Research Fellowship programs provide generous stipend and tuition support for students through the National Science Foundation. For Postdoc opportunities: More than 250 openings nationwide. For NASA-supported internships, fellowships and scholarships Susie Valaitis Senior Associate Director Institute for Broadening Participation Phone 207-563-5929
Event Folder Work on an Award-Winning Indie Educational Game! Internship Opportunity
About the game Covalence is an educational game about Chemistry, being built in Unity for PC/Mac and Tablet. It’s designed to make Chemistry feel as simple as combining Legos, but at a microscopic level. Simple atoms combine into things like Water and CO2, and those can be broken and re-combined to craft bigger and more complex molecules. Think of it like a molecular Minecraft. The game has won multiple ‘Best in Show’ awards at educational games conferences, such as Games + Learning + Society and the International Serious Play Conference. You can play a proof-of-concept build of the game at While it works at its current stage, it is not complete — there is still an opportunity to contribute to the technical and creative design of the project. The internship is paid, and would last for the Spring semester, with the possibility of continuing on for summer. No Chemistry experience is required to work on Covalence. Internship Positions Game Development Intern – Unity3d (C#) We need a programmer interested in scripting the interaction between atoms, allowing for the construction of giant molecules in 3D space. The ideal candidate will be familiar with Unity3D, vector-based movement and quaternion-based rotation. Challenges will include 3D navigation, dealing with rotating forces and creating objects that respond dynamically to external forces. Whoever takes on this task will have the opportunity to craft a unique and complex simulation where the player can manipulate molecules in real time. Required: Knowledge of/experience with Quaternions and Vector math Comprehension of object-oriented programming Preferred: Familiarity with Unity3D Familiarity with C# Designer/Level Designer We need someone to help us make the game feel intuitive and easy to use, someone who’s willing to look from a non-expert point of view and craft levels that illustrate core concepts. A large part of this is communicated through the level design and overall visual style. Organic Chemistry is an extremely difficult subject to learn from traditional textbooks because it’s difficult to visualize 3d structures, let alone rotate and manipulate and break them apart. But what if textbooks were like strategy guides instead? We’re hoping that, by letting players see the consequences of their actions, we can teach them the “best moves” to apply. Required: Interest in educational games Familiarity with puzzle/crafting games (Minecraft, Bad Piggies, etc.) Level design/game making experience Preferred: Interest in game writing/storytelling Curiosity about Chemistry General science background Experience in educational game development Please send resume and cover letter to with the subject ‘Covalence Internship.’
November 2013 Archive

November 2013 Archive

Event Folder MRSEC at Northwestern University Undergraduate Summer REU Research Opportunity
The Materials Research Science and Engineering Center (MRSEC) at Northwestern University offers a 9-week, paid summer research experience for undergraduates. The students are paired up with some of the leading research professors in science and engineering fields. Research areas include nanocomposites, photonics, nanoparticles, molecular electronics, and biomatierals. While there are many REU programs, the NU-MRSEC stands out in offering students a truly interdisciplinary research experience. Students currently pursuing an undergraduate degree in science or engineering who are US citizens or permanent residents are eligible. The program dates for summer 2014 will be June 23 through August 22; applications are due Feb. 15, 2014. Participants are paid a $4500 stipend and a travel allowance and on-campus housing is provided. For more information or to apply, please visit our website: If you have any questions, please contact us at
Event Folder Algebra Tutor in Beverly Hills Job Opportunity
Middle school student in Beverly Hills needs an Algebra tutor for 90 minute sessions once or twice a week. Will pay $40-$50 per session based on experience. Email Amy at with education history and tutoring experience.
Event Folder iPhone app Job Opportunity
Hey everybody! Are you interested in working on an iPhone app? Manjot Singh is looking for an IOS developer that can help lift his idea off the ground. His app idea seeks to facilitate better student-alumni and alumni-alumni communication. He is looking for a talented and trustworthy developer and if you are interested, please contact him at
File Information Assurance Internship Opportunity
The Information Assurance Internship is a paid research internship open to ROTC cadets, CyberCorps SFS students, and civilians. We are currently accepting applications from exceptional students (juniors & seniors) due to graduate in Dec 2014 or May 2015.
File NBC Universal Engineering Internship Opportunity
The internship is mostly catered towards Computer Science (& Business), Electrical Engineering and Industrial and Systems Engineering majors, but we are open to considering all engineering majors as long as students are interested and willing to learn. This is a paid internship opportunity open to both undergrad and graduate students and starts on January 13, 2014. We are actively recruiting for this internship now so all interested candidates should apply ASAP. Please note in order to be eligible for our program, students must be: 1. In pursuit of an Associate, Bachelor or Graduate degree at an Accredited Institution and be able to provide documentation to confirm your degree progress. 2. Current class standing of sophomore or above (30 credits) 3. Cumulative GPA of 3.0 or above 4. Must be 18 years of age or older 5. Must have unrestricted authorization to work in the US without a visa or sponsorship (as a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident) 6. Must be able to work on-site in Universal City, Burbank, or Los Angeles What You Need to Know: Internship starts January 13th, 2014…yes during winter quarter You must have a 3.0 GPA or above Catered towards Computer Science (& Business), Electrical Engineering and Industrial and Systems Engineering majors, but all engineering majors will be considered Flyer attached
Event Folder Amazon Job & Internship Opportunity
At Amazon, we strive to be Earth’s most customer-centric company where people can find and discover anything they want to buy online. Amazon’s evolution from Web site to e-commerce partner to development platform is driven by the spirit of innovation that is part of our DNA. As a new college graduate, you will have multiple opportunities to innovate and solve complex technical and business problems as you join us on this growth journey. The work environment is fast – paced and continually evolving as Amazonian’s are passionate about ownership and delivering results for the company. We hire the brightest minds from the best universities globally and have various career opportunities available for undergraduate and advanced degree students. If you are interested in working in an environment that will challenge you to relentlessly improve the experience for our customers, where one day will be very different from the next and where your learning never stops, Amazon has multiple work opportunities available for students with diverse academic backgrounds. What You Need to Know: Apply online today! Intern and full-time positions are posted.
Event Folder 2014 E3S Summer Research Internship
The Center for Energy Efficient Electronics Science (E3S) is accepting applications for summer internship positions at UC Berkeley, MIT, Stanford and University of Texas at El Paso. What is the E3S Summer Research Program? A 9-week program that introduces energy efficient electronics science to undergraduates who are interested in pursuing a Ph.D. in science and engineering. Summer interns have the opportunity to join E3S researchers working in a collaborative and innovative environment to make fundamental breakthroughs in the underlying physics, chemistry, and material science of electronics systems. Learn more at: Internship Overview Real-world experience: Work on challenging projects developing materials and devices for ultra-low energy electronics Summer salary: $4,000 stipend Live and work in Boston or the San Francisco Bay Area: Travel to/from institution, summer housing, and meals provided Mentorship: Work one-on-one with research mentor and program staff Professional development: Graduate school preparation seminars, GRE prep course, guest speakers, and lab tours Eligibility US citizen or permanent resident Rising sophomores, juniors, and non-graduating seniors Engineering and physical science majors Minimum GPA: 3.25 E3S Commitment to Diversity: E3S is committed to broadening participation in science and engineering. We strongly encourage students from historically under-represented groups in science and engineering to apply to our internship program, including students who are socioeconomically disadvantaged, first-generation college students, or have limited access to undergraduate research in their undergraduate constitutions. Our program is designed to promote future student success by providing support through mentoring, leadership training and various networking activities. For additional information, join us for our upcoming online webinar to learn more about the application process: November 20th, 12pm PST. RSVP online at:
Event Folder Integrity Applications Incorporated (IAI) Internship Opportunities
Integrity Applications Incorporated (IAI) is seeking intelligent, creative self-starters who are majoring in Computer Science, Engineering, and Math related disciplines for internship opportunities. The successful candidate(s) will be provided with hands-on experience working as a consultant to members of one of our Software Engineering Teams. IAI is a software and system engineering company headquartered in Chantilly, Virginia with offices Nationwide. IAI has been selected as one of the best companies to work for in America by The Great Place to Work Institute and as one of the Best Places to Work in San Diego by The San Diego Business Journal. We are looking for bright, innovative and talented people to join our team of highly skilled professionals. IAI offers challenging work, and competitive salaries. These will be full-time paid internship opportunities awarded on a competitive basis. The summer intern assignments will begin in late May/early June following the completion of the school year and last through mid-August/early September. Requirements / Selection Criteria: • Must be a rising Junior or Senior • Must have technical major/coursework in the areas of: Electrical Engineering, Computer Science, Physics or Mathematics • Must work well both in a team environment, as well as independently • Must have strong research, writing and communication skills • Must be a full-time student at an accredited, U.S. college or university • Must have demonstrated a high level of academic achievement • Previous internship experience highly desirable • Software development experience preferred Security Requirements: Must meet eligibility requirements for a TS/SCI government security clearance. IAI is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V Mindy R. Schwartz West Coast Operations Manager Integrity Applications Incorporated 1921 Palomar Oaks Way, Suite 300 Carlsbad, CA 92008 760-602-3400 ext. 5310
Event Folder Student Program at the ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit (Internship Opportunity)
What is the Student Program? The Student Program at the ARPA-E Energy Innovation Summit is a unique opportunity for student energy leaders to engage with companies looking for new talent, as well as learn about new energy initiatives. The 100 graduate-level students selected to participate in the Student Program have the opportunity to attend the Summit, participate in additional student-focused panel sessions, and network with corporate recruiters. Who are the students participating in the Program? We expect a diverse mix of technical, business, and policy students from top institutions, who are energy leaders on their campuses and have the goal of transitioning to a professional career in the energy sector. How do I submit and what information will be needed? Admission to the student program is restricted to graduate-level students at accredited institutions. In order to be considered for admission to the Student Program, please fill out the online application and attach a copy of your resume along with a scanned copy of your current student identification card. What is included in a Student Program Registration? Accepted students will receive a complementary student registration pass to the Summit. Each participant is responsible for making and paying their own travel and hotel accommodations. What are the Application due dates and when would I be notified of acceptance? Online applications to participate in the the Student Program are due by December 2, 2013. Students will be notified of application decisions beginning January 8, 2014. What You Need to Know: Application dues December 2nd Visit to apply and for more information
Event Folder Caltech Summer Research Opportunities (MURF Undergraduate Research Fellowship and AMGEN Scholars Program)
Caltech is excited to announce two summer research opportunities available to continuing undergraduate students. Questions about these programs can be directed to Carol Casey at or (626) 395-2887. MURF UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS The MURF program aims to increase the participation of underrepresented students (such as African American, Hispanic, and Native American; females who are underrepresented in their discipline; or first-generation college students) in science and engineering Ph.D. or M.D./Ph.D. programs and to make Caltech’s programs more visible to students not traditionally exposed to Caltech. Eligibility: Students must be current sophomores through non-graduating seniors and must be U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents. A minimum GPA of 3.2 is required. Competitive applicants will have completed sophomore-level courses in desired research field, have demonstrated through academic and/or co-curricular activities a passion for research, and can articulate how their research interests align with Caltech’s research areas. The most competitive applicants will have prior research experience. Support: MURF students will receive a $6000 award for the ten-week program. An additional $500 housing and travel supplement will be provided. Application: Online applications are due January 8, 2014. For more information, visit AMGEN SCHOLARS PROGRAM Caltech’s Amgen Scholars Program is geared towards students in biology, chemistry, and biotechnology fields. Some of these fields include biology, biochemistry, bioengineering, chemical and biomolecular engineering, and chemistry. Eligibility: Students must be current sophomores through non-graduating seniors, must be attending a four-year university, and must be U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent residents. A minimum GPA of 3.2 is required. Support: Amgen Scholars will receive a $5500 award, round-trip air transportation, a generous housing allowance, and a food allowance. Application: Online applications are due February 14, 2014. For more information, please visit What You Need to Know: Two Research Opportunities, MURF Undergraduate Research Fellowship and AMGEN Scholars Program MURF application is due January 8th Visit for additional details AMGEN application is due February 14th Visit for additional details
Event Folder Computer Science Tutor Job Opportunity
A current computer science students to tutor high school AP computer science Java off campus in Santa Monica area. Good pay, weekdays after 4pm or weekends. Please email me at or call me at 310-3820636.
October 2013 Archive

October 2013 Archive

File NCAR Engineer II Recruitment Job Opportunity
File Hardware/ Software Engineer Job Opportunity
File Arup LA Hiring Event Job Opportunity
We are an independent firm of designers, planners, engineers and technical specialists offering a broad range of professional services. We are reaching out to local universities, to educate students on our company and provide full time graduate opportunities for students. We are hosting an immersion and inclusion event in our LA office at the beginning of November. These events typically result in a number of hires and are a great way to learn about the company and positions. Please see the attached flyer for additional details. The event is by invitation only and we’re asking students to submit their resumes as soon as possible to be considered. The day includes the opportunity to interview for a full time position in our LA office. Please forward to anyone who may be interested and be sure to apply before October 11th. What You Need to Know: You must submit you resume before hand to be invited to the event. Apply before October 11th See attached flyer!
File Evening With Industry Committee Application
Evening with Industry (EWI) is an annual event hosted exclusively by SWE at Covel Commons’ Grand Horizon Ballroom during winter quarter. During this event, students have the unique opportunity of sitting and enjoying a wonderful dinner with participating company representatives to explore and understand the industry and their company. A private career fair directly follows to facilitate immediate communication between students and representatives for the common goal of hiring students for a full-time/part-time job or internship. This is your chance to be one of the few to assist in planning and hosting one of the largest professional events hosted by students in HSSEAS. Don’t miss this opportunity to connect with recruiters behind the scenes and to work with and get involved with SWE. The positions currently open: -Programs -Design/Medi a -Assistant -Guest Logistics -Publicity DEADLINE: Friday | October 11, 2013 @ 11:59PM Application attached to this email. What You Need to Know: DEADLINE: Friday | October 11, 2013 @ 11:59PM Application attached to this email.
Folder Applications Open for KPCB Engineering and Product Fellows Program
The KPCB Fellows Program offers top U.S. college and graduate students a chance to work inside innovative Silicon Valley startups. The three-month summer program is focused on engineering. A new year-long program is focused on product management. The goal of the Fellows Program is for students to gain significant experience working on some of the most unique and challenging engineering and product problems, and to develop new relationships that are meaningful to their careers. Over the course of a summer, KPCB Engineering Fellows will be employed at a KPCB portfolio company, where they can develop their technical skills and be mentored by an executive within the company. Participants in the new Product Fellows Program will get the chance to spend a full year working at a Valley startup. Fellows will also be invited to attend both private events held by KPCB and others hosted by portfolio companies, where they can meet other talented engineering and design students, network with luminaries in their respective fields, and explore the San Francisco Bay Area. To ensure that Fellows have the best possible experience during the summer, the program will accept only a limited number of top applicants. The application period for the summer 2014 KPCB Engineering Fellows Program and year long Product Fellows Program opened on October 3, 2013. The deadline for submissions is 11:59 pm PDT on October 31, 2013. What You Need to Know: Looking for CS and EE students and engineers interested in business Website: Deadline: October 31
File Hitachi Consulting Opportunities Job Opportunity
Hitachi Consulting is a business strategy and technology solutions firm. We’re conducting on-campus recruiting for our full-time positions this fall. We offer some great opportunities for students pursuing a career in consulting or technology, and we’re really excited to bring some new Bruins into our SoCal offices. Information about positions within the company, and about on-campus recruiting timeline is attached. What You Need to Know: Infosession: Career Center, 3rd Floor, 6:30-8:30pm Representatives will also be at the Engineering and Technical Career Fair, October 22nd Flyer attached!
Event Folder WetFeet Career Benchmark Launch
Participate in the 2014 WetFeet Career Benchmark. Participants will receive career feedback, including a glimpse of how they compare to students across the nation and a list of employers that match their career preferences. Individual responses will remain anonymous and participation takes about 15 minutes. Follow the link to participate: Participation is by invitation only and it is based on the requests of Universum’s clients – over 1,200 of the world’s top employers. Recruiters use aggregate results from the benchmark to choose target schools, to create a strategy, and to change their offerings to cater to student preferences. Do you have any questions, something to share, or just difficulties with the link? Please send an email to: What You Need to Know: Gives you career feedback Takes 15 minutes online
Event Folder SWE Discover NetApp Day! Job & Internship Opportunity
Are you looking for a job, wanting to improve your resume and interview skills, or interested in learning more about technical or business related careers? Come out to Discover NetApp day! During Discover NetApp day, students can attend an Info Session on NetApp. Following the Info Session, representatives from NetApp will be hosting mock interviews and resume reviews! As a student attendee you will have a chance to network with NetApp Professionals, UCLA alumni at NetApp, and Audrey Van Bellenghem, NetApps’ Director of Strategic Programs. During the event, NetApp will be looking to fill internship and full time positions in the following fields: Computer Science and Electrical Engineering Project/Program/Product Managers (background in engineering preferred) Finance Marketing and Sales HR and PR The event will be on Sunday October 20th, beginning at 10:30am at Boelter Penthouse. Lunch will be provided. Please RSVP using the included form, spots are limited!!! RSVP: What You Need to Know: Date: October 20th Time: 10:30am Location: Boelter Penthouse
Event Folder Accenture is hiring Engineering and Computer Science students at UCLA! Job Opportunity
Bring your talent, passion and aspiration to Accenture and build an extraordinary career delivering tangible value for organizations and communities. Accenture, a global management consulting, technology services and outsourcing company, is looking for top students from UCLA to join our team for challenging and rewarding consulting careers as Technology and Systems Integration Group Analysts. As an Accenture consulting analyst, you’ll contribute to a variety of projects with real business impact and a truly diverse spread of clients from different business and government sectors. In the process, you could find yourself going anywhere and doing anything-from redesigning business processes to preparing people for change to applying new technologies. Apply By Tuesday, October 15th To be considered for an interview, please submit your resume through both BruinView and apply through Accenture’s online job system website at •· Job Number: 00207278 – Accenture Technology and Systems Integration Group Analyst
Event Folder GAP YEAR A UCLA Career Center JumpStart Program
Thursday, November 7, 2014, 4-7pm, UCLA Career Center Are you considering taking time off before you enter graduate school or begin your career? Do you want to travel, study a language, have an enriching summer opportunity or engage is social service? Perhaps you are looking for a formal training internship to learn more about a career. Whether a few months or a year or more, there are so many choices for a ‘GAP Year’! Please come to our Gap Year JumpStart Program to learn about the many diverse opportunities that await you. Hear from program leaders and begin brainstorming your own ‘GAP Year’ adventure! Participants at this program will include representatives from Disney, City Year, and the Coro Fellows Program. Register online today at *The JumpStart Series© is a fee-based program only open to currently registered UCLA students. The $20 fee will be charged to your BAR account upon registration. We are located in the Strathmore Building near parking structure eight ( and/or For Frequently Asked Questions (such as “Is there a dress code?”) go to
Fidelis Companies has multiple Analog/Mixed-Signal IC Design opportunities in SoCal and Silicon Valley for recent college grads (or up to 5 years experience). The ideal candidate will have a BSEE, MSEE or PhD in EE Since the client participates in some government related work, they require permanent residents or U.S. citizens. (Please be sure all projects you have worked with are included on your resume, ensuring you include tools you worked with) Please contact: Trish Wyderka Research Associate (972) 770-7918 /
File Summer 2014 Science Undergraduate Laboratory Internship at Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Event Folder CDM Smith Part Time Student Intern – Environmental Engineer
To give you a brief background, CDM Smith is a full service engineering and construction firm and specializes in providing lasting and integrated solutions in water, environment, transportation, energy and facilities to public and private clients worldwide. Our Los Angeles office is currently looking for 3 Civil or Environmental Engineering majors to join their team as interns within the Water Services Department. They are looking for Juniors, Seniors or Masters students who are looking to get hands on experience and want to expand their current knowledge within the field of Water Services and Engineering. This is a paid internship and they are looking for someone who would be able to work 16 to 20 hours a week starting as soon as possible for the remainder of the academic year. I’ve included a job description below. *** Position – Part Time Student Intern – Environmental Engineer Job Requirements: Current undergraduate or graduate student in good standing working towards a degree in Civil Engineering or Construction Management within an accredited program is required. The ideal candidate will have completed two or more years of the engineering program. Knowledge of Civil Engineering fundamentals, surveying, drafting, and general civil engineering design and construction practices is required. Preferred Skills: Ability to read and understand construction engineering plans and drawings, including sheet references and layering, experience with AutoCAD, and proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite is strongly preferred. The ideal candidate will have the ability to maintain confidentiality, ability to pay close attention to detail and check the quality of own work, ability to communicate effectively, orally and in writing, ability to use sound judgment, ability to manage time and workload effectively which includes planning, organizing, and prioritizing with attention to details. Responsibilities: CDM Smith is looking for an enthusiastic student to join our Water Services group 16-20 hours per week this fall. Some of the experience you’ll gain during this time would be: -How to assist in the review of design documents and reports -How to assist in preparation of civil design drawings and specifications focusing on grading, pipelines, storm water management. -Other projects as directed within the water services devision Interested students can send their resumes to me or contact me directly if they would like. They can also go to the CDM Smith website and apply on our College Job Portal. Samantha Wickman | College Recruiter |CDM Smith| 50 Hampshire St | Cambridge MA 02139 |phone/fax: 617.452.6870 |
File Prof. Chih Ming Ho’s Micro Systems Laboratory Research Opportunity
Event Folder Job Opportunity For Recent Electrical Engineer Undergrads
A major company in Pomona, CA is looking for an Electrical Engineer. They are willing to look at candidates who have a BS degree in Electrical Engineering and no experience. Candidate must have strong communication skills. Working hours are 8-5 Mon.-Fri. Length of assignment is 5-6 months with a possibility of extension. Pay is $23/hr. If the candidate has 2+ years experience, they pay will be $28/hr. However, experience is not required. Jila Davachi, Office Manager LA Business Personnel, Inc. (213) 365-1010 Ext. 102 Fax (213) 365-1316
File NASA Langley Research Center Research Internship Opportunity
Event Folder Naval Research Enterprise Internship Program (NREIP)
Applications opened today: Applications will close on 6 January 2014 @ 5:30pm Eastern Standard Time (EST) Please direct any questions to our Lab Coordinator at SSC Pacific, Kathleen Gately
Event Folder Patexia Inc. Job Opportunity
Req. No.: PA1019 Title: Case Research Associate – Software Type: Full-time Location: Santa Monica, CA Compensation: Salary, stock options, Health Care (Medical, Dental and Vision) Job Description: Patexia is a rapidly-growing, innovative Internet startup focused on advancing the pace of innovation and intellectual property research. We’re looking for electrical and computer engineers or computer scientists with an interest in applying their technical skills to in-depth patent and technical document analysis. The case research department carries out all substantial in-house research for Patexia’s crowdsourced patent research platform. This includes performing initial patent and case analysis, preparing community research questions, reviewing results and pursuing leads, claim analysis, and compiling/authoring technical research reports for law firms and corporations. Patexia’s team is small and close-knit, rewarding initiative and independence with responsibility. Though we require no specific legal background, we’ll expect you to learn quickly. We perform research in a wide array of subjects–from simple consumer products to biotechnology to electronic circuits and beyond–so are learning about new innovations and new fields daily. This role is highly engaging but requires focus, intellectual flexibility, excellent English language skills, and deep analytical reasoning. Responsibilities: Read and research patent and litigation details Study and understand technical details of a wide variety of inventions with emphasis on software systems Author reports clearly detailing the results of your analysis Develop case research processes as we expand our business model Skills and personal qualities: Bachelor’s degree in computer science, software engineering, or another similarly technical field Experience with web services (e-commerce, cloud, gaming, social networking, search), software / SaaS (application, platform, enterprise software) and digital media (security, video conferencing, storage) a plus Strong technical writing/communication abilities Detail-oriented, analytical, philomathic Positive mental attitude, fast learner Ability to identify, define goals and deliver results Excellent organization and time management
How to Apply? Please send your resume (max. 2 pages) and cover letter to Please include the Req. No. in your cover letter and email subject. We will review your application and may invite you for a 30 min phone interview subsequently followed by 2+ hours in person interview. There will be case questions (e.g. estimation, strategy, patent evaluation, …) during the interview.
File UC Education Abroad Program Internship in Asia
File UC Education Abroad Program Internship in Sweden
Event Folder Engineering Society of UCLA (ESUC) Internship Opportunity
This is a great opportunity for those of you who want to get more involved with UCLA Engineering, but you may not know where to start or what exactly you’ll need to do! Our experienced officers will guide you along the way, and you will definitely learn so much at the end! Read about the different positions available and APPLY: Application deadline is November 15th
File Circuit Design Problem; part time job opportunity
File UniLife Job Opportunity
We have openings for 2 positions (entry level product development engineer and senior product development engineer). We are looking for applicants with a B.S. or Ph.D in the following departments: B.S. in Mechanical, Materials, Aerospace, Chemical, or Biomedical Engineering (Fall or Spring graduates) Ph.D. in Mechanical, Materials, Aerospace, Chemical, or Biomedical Engineering (Fall or Spring graduates) I have attached job descriptions for both the entry level and senior positions. Would you mind helping me to forward this to the appropriate parties in the other departments? Also, let me know if in the future you’d like to continue receiving these emails or if there is someone in human resources or elsewhere I should be sending these to. Thank you for your time!
Event Folder Rubicon Project Internship Opportunity
I’m a UCLA graduate working at a great company, the Rubicon Project. At this moment, we have a huge needs for Software Engineers. We now have multiple openings and we’re open to any location in SF, Seattle, LA, or even NY! Here’s a list of the current openings: User Interface Engineers (multiple positions) Java Script, HTML, CSS, Software Development Engineers in Test /QA Engineers (multiple positions) Automation, Python Big Data Engineers (two positions) Java, Hadoop, MapReduce Please feel free to share this within HSSEAS. Please have interested candidates send me their resume and LinkedIn profiles. Please visit for more details.
September 2013 Archive

September 2013 Archive

File SAIRO Research Opportunity
File Luskin Center for Innovation – Undergraduate Research Opportunity
File MAE Undergraduate Research Opportunity
File AppFolio Job Opportunity
File Web Developer Job Opportunity
File Math Tutor – Job Opportunity
Event Folder Wells Capital Management is seeking undergraduates for Analyst Development Program based in San Francisco
As a registered investment advisory firm, Wells Capital Management focuses on managing equity, fixed income and blended portfolios for a variety of institutional clients. As an analyst in the development program you will spend 24 months as a participant in one of the following three tracks: Investment Management, Business Management and, Technology. Joel Carlson, Chief Technology Officer will be on campus October 8 interviewing students! Deadline to apply via the career center is September 24. Any questions about the program, please contact Pamela Voelz at 414-577-7417 or What You Need to Know: Make sure you sign-up through the Career Center by September 24th!
Folder Internship Opportunities with United Launch Alliance (ULA)
ULA is the premier rocket launch company for both private and government sector satellites. The ULA 2014 Summer Internship positions will be posted beginning September 3, 2013. Early applications are highly encouraged. Internship opportunities are available for electrical, aerospace, mechanical, weld engineering, computer science, physics, and math majors; for freshman through graduate students. Interns will be placed at one of the ULA locations: Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, FL; Decatur, AL; Harlingen, TX; Denver, CO; Vandenberg AFB, CA. Internships will start in May/June 2014 and last for 10 weeks. ULA internships are paid positions. Students can access the ULA Career Center at If you have any questions, feel free to contact Amber Kaup at 303-269-5762 or What You Need to Know: Apply online Must be willing to relocate Electrical, aerospace, mechanical, weld engineering, computer science, physics, and math majors
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UCLA Career Center would like to invite you to attend the annual Hire UCLA Kickoff. This is a great opportunity to learn about full-time positions and internships targeted specifically to UCLA Bruins. And it’s your chance to meet and network with recruiters who are looking to recruit UCLA students. All majors and all class levels are welcome to attend! Some relevant employers attending the fair are AT&T, Dropbox, and Edlio. What You Need to Know: Location: UCLA Career Center To see the full list of companies attending the fair visit
August 2013 Archive

August 2013 Archive

Event Folder Internship Opportunity (from Recreational instructor at UCLA)
For anyone who is interested, please send the resumes to Systems Engineering Intern Performance Profile: As an engineering intern, you will be part of the Systems Engineering team responsible for maintaining Boingo?s QA/DEV and Production server environment. These systems are primary RedHat 5 and 6 systems running Boingo?s applications. You will assist our system administrators with RedHat install, tool development, and automations. Responsibilities: ? Assist System Administrators with OS installs ? Help standardize our kickstart environment ? Perform various system administrator maintenance tasks ? Tools development to help automate various processes Requirements: ? 1-2 years of experience with some flavor of Linux preferably Redhat 5 and above ? Clear understanding of the Linux boot up process along with its standard services ? 1 year of scripting experience (perl, bash) ? Able to work efficiently and being able to follow directions ? Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail ? Excellent communication skills Nice to haves: ? Experience with PXE booting ? LDAP and DNS experience is a plus ? Data center experience working with Dell hardware is a plus Network Engineering Intern Performance Profile: As an engineering intern, you will be part of the Network Engineering team responsible for maintaining Boingo?s QA/DEV and Production network environment. These systems are primary using Cisco network devices and technologies. Responsibilities: ? Perform scans of networks and add IP addresses to IPPlan ? Clean up/add to cabling in West LA HQ and El Segundo Data Centers ? Perform maintenance on network devices ? Document network environment Requirements: ? 1-2 years of experience with Cisco, Citrix and other network vendors as required ? Knowledge and understanding of TCP/IP protocol, IP Addressing (DHCP, NAT, etc?) ? Excellent analytical and problem-solving skills, coupled with discretion and sound judgment ? Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail ? Excellent communication skills Nice to haves: ? Experience in the following technologies: OSPF, BGP, HSRP, VRRP, MPLS, VLAN/Trunking, QoS, GSLB, IDS ? Knowledge of firewall architecture (ASA/PIX/FWSM/ACL/Proxy)
Event Folder Veloz Group Internship Opportunities
Headquartered in Westwood convenient to UCLA, The Veloz Group is filling Software Engineering, Software Entrepreneurship and Open-Source Software internship openings for students interested in developing their skill set and learning through real world, hands-on experience and application. Interns will report directly to the President & CTO of The Veloz Group and will play leading roles on live Veloz technology ventures. Applicants pursuing a Bachelors, Masters, or Ph.D in Computer Science are preferred, but consideration will be given to candidates of all backgrounds who can demonstrate that they possess strong programming skills. Linux experience is preferred, but not strictly required. Qualified international students seeking an internship to fulfill their Optional Practical Training (OPT) requirement are encouraged to apply. Software Engineering Interns will be responsible for designing and developing new technology for existing Veloz businesses. Interns will also play leading roles in the launch of new technology start-up companies, where projects can range from developing web crawlers and financial applications; to building interactive websites and data mining software; to designing search engines and e-commerce portals. Interns will receive exposure to rapid application development, front-end and back-end web design, system architecture and administration, command-line Linux and shell scripting, cloud computing, SQL and NoSQL databases, and a variety of programming languages and frameworks. Software Entrepreneurship Interns will divide their time between software engineering projects and activities related to the business, management and entrepreneurial components of technology start-up companies. Interns will work with the business team to develop new features, business plans and strategies for technology-related businesses, while serving on the engineering team during implementation. Interns will also play leading roles in the launch of new start-up companies, and will gain exposure to the entire process of developing a technology idea into a prototype and then ultimately into a company. Open-Source Software Interns will be responsible for extending and designing open-source software used by various Veloz businesses. Interns will have the opportunity to spearhead the development of new features across a variety of FOSS projects, where they will work with both Veloz engineers and members of the greater open-source community. Projects can range from adding option-dependent inventory tracking to an open-source e-commerce platform; to adding advanced ticket customization to an open-source task tracker; to creating a new open-source document backup system; to developing an instant search suggestion feature for an open-source search framework. For additional information on our internship program and to apply directly, please visit
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System Validation Intern – Job Description and Requirements Responsibilities This System Validation Intern position is within Network Division’s Network Platform Solutions group. The team is responsible for performing system integration and validation for network switch platforms providing L2/L3 functionality and Open Flow support. In this position, your responsibilities will include, but not be limited to: • Developing system level test plans • Defining test cases • Developing test scripts • Performing manual and automated testing • Analyzing test results and helping with issue investigation and characterization Qualifications Applicant should be at least at college sophomore level, currently enrolled in college and pursuing a Bachelor/Master of Science degree in Computer Engineering or Computer Science. Required skills and experience include: • Programming experience in PERL and C languages • IP Networking experience, including some knowledge of Layer 2 and Layer 3 switching • Demonstrated ability to work and solve problems independently or with minimal supervision • Excellent English writing skills and verbal communication skills • Hands-on experience with network switches and routers Additional desired skills, experience, and interests: • Familiarity with network routing protocols such as OSPF, RIP, and BGP • Test Plan, Test Case, and Test Script Development experience • Testing and troubleshooting/debugging skills • Experience using Linux and Ixia/Spirent test equipment • Organized and detail oriented, taking the initiative to investigate and document anything that doesn’t seem right in the product behavior, even if it may seem to be a fluke • Interested in testing network components The location is in Calabasas and it can be a part time position of at least 20 hours per week or more, running through the school year.
Event Folder SpaceX Internship Opportunity
Software Engineer intern needed. Contact info:
Event Folder Pasona NA, Inc. Job & Internship Opportunity
Title: [Internship / Laboratory Tour for Japanese Technology Company] For Students and Graduates with/pursuing Science Degree and Japanese Skill Hi, I am Miku from Pasona NA, Inc., Japanese Human Resource Company, writing in regards to recruitment for Internship and Laboratory Tour for a Japanese Technology Company called NITTO DENKO CORPORATION. We would like you to apply for the precious opportunity held on Oct.26th this year, where they will attend the laboratory tour, and interact with the engineers who deal with cutting edge of technology. The attendees will also be given a chance to have interview with the hiring manager for future employment and internship. Please check the following qualifications: – Students (Bachelor, Master, and PhD) and Graduates – Majored in Science (or in the related field) – Native or very fluent in Japanese The detailed information of this event can been seen at The application can be proceeded at Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions or concerns. We are looking forward to your application!
Event Folder SimplexGrinnell Job Opportunity
About Us: SimplexGrinnell provides a comprehensive array of fire alarm, fire sprinkler, fire suppression, integrated security, sound and healthcare communications systems and services. We can offer customers the benefits of our SAFETY Act certification from the US Department of Homeland Security. With one million customers, 150 local offices and 200 years of history in the fire business, SimplexGrinnell is the leader in fire and life safety About the position(s): Los Angeles District is looking to hire two electrical engineering students on a part-time basis with a possible path for full-time employment. The project they will be first assign to is mapping downtown Los Angeles per building by walking to each building. They will be educated on how to uncover information per building on fire and life safety, security, mass notifications, etc… They will report to our Santa Fe Springs office for training, and team meetings approx 1x a week. Start Date: Immediate Contact: Send resumes to Questions call: (949) 354-1626
April 2013 Archive

April 2013 Archive

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File Research Opportunities at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo
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Hitachi Consulting is currently recruiting for its Inspiration Consulting Summit, a 3-day conference (Jun. 19-21) that introduces undergraduate students to careers in consulting. During the program, students will travel to our headquarters in Dallas to work with college peers from across the country; exploring and practicing the teamwork, collaboration, and communication skills that are considered foundational capabilities for consultants. Additionally, they will have an opportunity to interact with Hitachi Consulting leaders and employees to gain insight into the work performed by Hitachi Consulting consultants on real consulting projects. We hope that as participants in the Summit, students will have an opportunity to develop valuable connections with business and student leaders across the country, and be better able to define their post college career goals.
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March 2013 Archive

March 2013 Archive

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The County of Los Angeles – Department of Public Works has openings for Civil Engineering Assistants. Please see the attached flyer. Application opens on Monday 3/18 at 7 AM, and we will only be accepting 300 applicants (we’re expecting to close the application on the first day). Profiles can be made starting Friday (3/15), so that on Monday when it opens, applicants will be prepared to submit their application. If you have any questions or concerns, you can contact Virginia Wei at 626-458-6119 or Crysy Ha at (626)458-5955
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The Charles “Pete” Conrad, Jr., Scholarship Program is sponsored by the Flight Path Learning Center of Southern California to encourage students to enter the field of aviation, aerospace or aeronautics. The scholarship is named in honor of Pete Conrad, NASA astronaut, commander of Apollo 12, and the third man to walk on the moon. Deadline: May 25, 2013 Scholarship Award: A $2,000 scholarship will be presented to the most qualified applicant. The award may be used for payment of tuition, books, fees and other educational expenses. The award of $2,000 will be sent directly to the recipient’s choice of educational institution (i.e., community college, four year college, university, technical school, etc.). If the awardee withdraws from the academic program with a tuition refund, the Flight Path Learning Center will receive the refund. Scholarship recipients from previous years are eligible to reapply. Requirements: All applicants must: 1. Be eligible to apply for full-time study in an accredited school (community college, four year college, university, technical school, etc.) leading to a degree or certificate in aviation, aerospace, aeronautics or physical science studies that relate to aviation, and plan on attending school no later than the next academic school year. 2. Be a United States citizen or a permanent legal resident. 3. Reside in Southern California. 4. Have demonstrated or expressed a genuine interest in a career in aviation, aerospace or aeronautics. For example, membership in aviation explorer scouts, member of an aviation or aerospace club, attendance at an aviation or space camp, extracurricular aviation, robotics or engineering activities, a student membership in a professional engineering society, etc. Note: Examples of programs of study which apply to the diverse fields of aviation, aerospace or aeronautics are: aircraft architecture; mechanical, civil, aeronautical, aerospace, electrical and electronics; airport management; physical sciences, avionics; airframe and powerplant certificate; and air traffic control certificate. Other programs leading to careers with both military and civilian organizations requiring these educational backgrounds are also included.
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February 2013 Archive

Februrary 2013 Archive

File ASCE Los Angeles Geo-Intitute Chapter – Student Scholarship Announcement
The ASCE LA GI Chapter invites senior level undergraduate and graduate students to apply for the 2013 ASCE LA Geo-institute scholarship towards continuing education and research in the geotechnical engineering field. Submission deadline: March 15th, 2013.
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File Internships for undergraduates at Enertech/Curtiss-Wright
The Ted Munroe Engineering Internship Program About Ted Munroe Ted Munroe founded Paul-Munroe Hydraulics in 1952 with fellow Stanford classmates, Bill Paul and Bob Mapel. The three started with a humble garage program building hydraulic power units with Bob towing a small trailer behind his personal car to exhibit their product. The Company quickly grew to include fluid power stocking distribution for the most prestigious OEM of its time, Sperry Vickers. A small engineering staff was assembled in Pica Rivera. And, growth continued under their leadership with six branches opening throughout California, becoming the largest fluid power distributor west of the Mississippi River. In the mid-1960’s, Paul-Munroe was asked to supply fast acting tsunami gate actuators to protect the service water intake structure at San Onofre Unit 1, an early experimental commercial reactor. Paul-Munroe developed special nuclear expertise and became one of the first certificate holders in 1972 when ASME Section Ill was introduced. Paul-Munroe specialized in design and manufacture of dynamic restraints sometimes referred to as “snubbers” used for structural support of major nuclear vessels and equipment. Ted drove the sales of this equipment to capture an amazing 80% of the market share during peak construction years. Paul-Munroe outgrew the facility in Pica Rivera and moved Engineering and Systems to a modern building in Orange. In 1978, the three leaders made a bold move to qualify hydraulic valve operators to a new nuclear environmental standard, IEEE382. Success continued throughout the years, and they formed the Energy Products group naming a young industrial hydraulic salesman, Frank Erlach, as General Manager. By 1987, Paul-Munroe had grown to over 400 employees. Ted, Bill and Bob agreed to release the reins of the Company and in 1987, Energy Products was sold to a group of investors headed by Frank Erlach, who became President of Enertech, which is headquartered in Brea. In August 1998, Enertech was sold to Curtiss-Wright Corporation and until his death in 2010, Ted eagerly participated in a consulting capacity for both Enertech as well as Curtiss-Wright’s marine programs. About Enertech Enertech, a business unit of Curtiss-Wright Flow Control Company, is an engineering, manufacturing, distribution and service company committed to providing solutions to meet the unique requirements of the nuclear power industry. Enertech provides integrated system solutions that include advanced valves, actuators, pumps, instrumentation, heat exchangers, fluid sealing products, snubbers, diagnostic and test equipment, qualification and dedication services, outage support services and equipment repair and field service. The Ted Munroe Engineering Internship Program ~ Scope of work includes product design, manufacturing, testing and generating associated documentation. ~ Internship Qualifications: • Must be student in Mechanical Engineering • Willing to work on all aspects of development, including hands-on activities • Currently and has maintained at least an overall 3.0 GPA • Demonstrated self-motivation and ability to contribute in a team environment • Minimum of 40 credit hours earned towards Bachelor’s Degree • Excellent verbal and written communications skills • Knowledge in fluids and materials, preferred • SolidWorks experience preferred • Proof of eligibility to work in the United States ~ Compensation includes an hourly wage of $18.00 along with a lump sum stipend of $1000 ~ Work Schedule and Duration of Employment will not exceed 40 hours per week (Monday through Friday) for a period of no longer than three months ~ How to Apply • Complete the attached application form; • Attach grade transcript • Mail to the following address: Enertech 2950 E. Birch Street Brea, CA 92821 Attention: Engineering Internship Program Administrator
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File Internship search for Student at Mindspeed Technologies
Requirements: A minimum of a BSEE or equivalent work experience with MSEE preferred. Knowledge of IC processing techniques (including CMOS, BiCMOS and SiGe) semiconductor physics, yield improvement methodology and technical knowledge in digital /mixed signal circuits preferred. Product line includes 1Gb/S to 12Gb/s ICs for optical fiber and switch fabric communications
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January 2013 Archive

January 2013 Archive

File Research Experience for Undergraduates
The BCMB Department at UT-Knoxville will once again offer a special REU program for undergraduates interested in hands-on scientific research experience. The broad focus is on “sensing and signaling”. The team of REU faculty represent multiple modern scientific disciplines including cell biology, biochemistry, molecular biology, and computational biology.
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File Sandia National Laboratories Recruitment
Please view the attached flyer for information on eligibility requirements and how to apply. You can go directly to our _careers website <>_and apply online; just enter the Job ID for the position you are qualified for in the search engine and apply. Do not delay as the postings closes January 15th! Bring your passion and come make history with us! */Sandia National Laboratories/*
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An amazing internship opportunity for an undergraduate engineering student who may also be interested in finance/business. The internship is with our sourcing and procurement group, but works with Walt Disney Imagineering, so they are looking for a student with an engineering background.
File Royal Court Internship
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File ACS Sponsored Nuclear Chemistry Summer School Program
The Division of Nuclear Chemistry and Technology of the American Chemical Society (ACS) is sponsoring two INTENSIVE six-week Summer Schools in Nuclear and Radiochemistry for undergraduates. Funding is provided by the US Department of Energy. The deadline for applications is February 1. AWARDS Fellowships include a stipend of $4000, all tuition and fees, transportation to and from the Summer School location, housing, books, and laboratory supplies. Transferable college credit will be awarded through the ACS accredited chemistry programs at San Jose State University (7 units) or the State University of New York at Stony Brook (6 units). QUALIFICATIONS Candidates should be undergraduates with an interest in nuclear science who are presently in their sophomore or junior year of study at a US college or university. They should have completed at least two years of chemistry, one year of physics and one year of calculus. Applicants must be US citizens. Please consult for more information.
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Candidates should be May 2013, graduates seeking fulltime employment beginning June 2013.
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The Jumpstart Series An enriching Program to help you develop the winning edge towards your goals. Don’t miss out and consider registering for more than one program. The program is open to currently registered UCLA students and fee-based at $20 per session charged to you BAR account.
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File UCLA Applied Mathematics REU
-Initial deadline is Feb 12. Late applications will be considered on a space available basis. -Previous program participants need not submit letters of recommendation. Previous program applicants who did not participate need to submit a full application. We do not keep old applications. -Statement of purpose should mainly discuss which projects the student wishes to participate in.
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-Deadline: Feb 23, 2013 5pm EST
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