Internship/ Job Announcements

Anyone interested in posting an internship/job opportunity on this webpage should e-mail William Herrera at Please make sure to cc so that your internship/job opportunity is posted right away. All Industrial Affiliates and other company employers are also encouraged to post their current job/internship opportunities on UCLA BruinView through the Career Center.

December 2014 Archive

December 2014 Archive

File Internship/Contest: Blizzard Entertainment (Due Date: Jan 31/Jan 15)
Blizzard’s internship program has opportunities in programming, writing, design, art, business operations, and more. Application deadline: Jan 31. We’re also calling on Environment and Character Artists to show us their own unique take on Azeroth. Submission due Jan 15.
File Job for EE/CS Students at Mushroom Network
Minimum BS degree in Computer Science with minimum GPA of 3.5/4.0 from a tier-one engineering school. Interested parties should apply to
File Internship: NREIP (Due: Dec 19, 2014)
The Naval Research Enterprise Internship Program (NREIP), provides an opportunity for CS/EE/CE at any level (BS/MS/PhD) to participate in research at a Department of Navy (DoN) laboratory during the summer. NREIP provides competitive research internships to approximately 275 college students (200 undergraduate students and 75 graduate students) each year. Participating students spend ten weeks during the summer conducting research at approximately 29 DoN laboratories. Please refer to for more information.
File Job: SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific
SPAWAR Systems Center Pacific is primarily recruiting outstanding computer science, computer engineering, software engineering and electrical engineering candidates for positions in our New Professional Program. SSC Pacific is the Navy’s premier research and development laboratory for information technology, systems conceptualization, development and deployment. Among the opportunities we offer are careers in the innovative areas of command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance. Please refer to for more information
File Program: The GREEN Program
The GREEN Program is a learning program for future clean energy and sustainability leaders. Get an opportunity to engage in hands-on, experiential education with industry experts and professionals as well as supercharge your resume with a global perspective and unique cultural experience. Applications are rolling and competitive There is no application deadline.
File Internship: Purple Services Inc.
We are looking for student interns who are proficient in algorithm writing. You will be working with a UCLA mathematics professor and an experienced mobile developer. Monthly pay of about $1500. Contact
File Job: Tenure Track Assistant Professor in EE
Engineering Department of Trinity College in Hartford Connecticut is looking for a candidate with PhD graduate in EE who will teach undergraduate EE courses.
File Fellowship: Graduate Fellowships at the UTDallas
Students planning to pursue the PhD degree may apply. Fellows will pursue their education and research while gaining experience as PI’s of research projects and mentors of junior colleagues.
File Internship: 2015 Nanotechnology Summer Internships (Due: Feb 11, 2015)
NNIN Laboratories will conduct a joint REU program during the 2015 summer. Each student will work on an individual research project with faculty members. At the end of the program, all participants will present results at Cornell University.
File Internship: Summer Undergraduate Program for Engineering Research (Due: Jan 2, 2015)
EOL hires undergraduate engineering students who would like to gain skills and knowledge in the atmospheric sciences during the summer months for the Summer Undergraduate Program in Engineering Research (SUPER). SUPER interns work hand-in-hand with NCAR/EOL engineers and technicians on atmospheric observing systems and developments, including radar, lidar, and sounding systems and associated software developments.
File Volunteer: WindAid
WindAid Institute is an NGO that offers student and professional volunteers the opportunity for hands-on experience in a multitude of disciplines, focusing our collective energies on developing, building, and installing wind energy for communities in rural Peru. This allows both the community and volunteers to learn about the construction, maintenance, and longevity of not just their wind turbines, but a globally oriented consciousness.
File Internship: Spring Semester Internship with Impact (Due: Dec 14, 2014)
Impact runs action campaigns on issues that matter, like global warming, clean water and big money’s influence over our democracy, and we’re hiring spring interns! As an intern with Impact, you’ll make a difference on big issues like global warming, clean water and big money in politics. You’ll work side by side with organizers and learn valuable skills by helping us get these issues into the media, build coalitions, and organize events.
File Internship: Motor Oil Group (graduate)
Applicants should have a Masters degree in one of the following areas: Engineering, Physics, Maths, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Business Studies, Economics. Applicants should also have no more than 3 years of professional work experience , and at least one year gained studying or working abroad. Please register your CV at or email your CV to
File Internship: FBI Cyber Internship Program
This vacancy is open to all Undergraduate (Sophomore to Senior), Graduate, or Post Doctorate Students enrolled and attending an accredited college/university full-time, pursuing a major in, but not limited to, Computer Science, Information Technology, Mathematics, or Engineering. The school must be accredited by one of the regional or national institutional associations recognized by the United States Secretary of Education.
Contest: Valeo Innovation Challenge 2015
Are you an engineering student eager to take part in a global challenge? The Valeo Innovation Challenge is an amazing opportunity for you to imagine and conceive the car of the future. Play an active role in automative innovation: design the product or system that will create smarter and more intuitive cars by 2030 and develop daring solutions that will revolutionise the future. The winners of the competition will be competing for: 1st place – 100,000 Euros 2nd & 3rd places – 10,000 Euros Deadline is on February 2, 2015. Apply today by entering Valeo Innovation Challenge.
November 2014 Archive

November 2014 Archive

File Job/Internship: MD Synergy Product Manager/Designer
Bachelor’s Degree or higher required, computer science and business majors preferred. As a product manager and designer, you will apply your creativity and problem solving skills to address challenges for our customers and design software that is disruptive to the healthcare industry. You will document requirements and work with the software development team to turn vision into reality. This is a position that needs quick thinking, motivation and willingness to learn. You will have opportunities to make substantial contributions. To apply, please send a cover letter and your resume to
File Job: UXUI Designer
Be part of a revolutionary medical app that will innovate the future of medicine. The UX/UI Designer should be familiar with mobile app design, photoshop, sketch, illustrator, fireworks, and invasion.
File Job: App Coder
Be part of a revolutionary medical app that will innovate the future of medicine. The App Coder needs to be familiar in App development, HIPAA Confinement, and secure coding.
File Contest: Revamping Cigna’s database architecture
For computer science students. We are revamping our entire database architecture and we’d like your help! We are an insurance provider, and we deal primarily with 3 sets of users: Hospitals, Doctors and Policyholders. Questions can be directed to
File Contest: Tell a Story through Photos for General Mills
For computer science students. We are seeking a low-cost way to capture and edit real time photos or video footage taken from a smart phone (iphone, android, etc) or any mobile device (ipad, etc) where segments can be quickly and easily edited together into a video story on a mobile device. Questions can be directed to
File Job: Healthcare/EHR Support Analyst
Must have Bachelor’s degree or higher in engineering, math, economics, informatics, business or science majors. As a Healthcare/EHR Support Analyst, you will apply your creativity and problem solving skills to address challenges for our customers and develop strong relationships. You will answer helpdesk support calls, work with the development team to address issues, help set up the system and make configuration changes to meet customer needs, train customer staff, and provide onsite support as needed. This is a position that needs quick thinking, motivation and willingness to learn. You will have opportunities to make substantial contributions.
File Jobs/Internships/Contests: Blizzard Entertainment
Blizzard Entertainment has officially launched their New Grad Program, aimed for graduating seniors interested in programming and information technology. Check out job opportunities at
File Internship: SULI (Due: Jan 9, 2015)
We have STEM related internships available (22 total). Applicants can learn more about the obligations and apply here: Students must indicate SLAC National Accelerator Laboratory as their 1st or 2nd lab choice. Students can also learn more about student experiences that are SLAC specific here: The application is now open and will close on January 9, 2015.
File Internship: UCLA California Teach (Due Nov. 19, 2014)
We offer quarterly seminars and internships that allow UCLA students to go out to elementary, middle, and high schools to help out with science and math activities at the school, interact with kids, and observe different teachers in action.
Job: SonoSim – Digital Data Manager
SonoSim® is seeking an experienced Digital Data Manager. This is a unique position requiring a diverse skill set including knowledge of and/or experience with processing of Ultrasound, CT and MR images, a strong background in digital data analysis and image processing, ability to work both as a contributing team member and individually, facility with software versioning and
revision control systems, ability to manage others, strong time-management skills, understanding of database structures and functions, and ability to prioritize multiple tasks.
October 2014 Archive

October 2014 Archive

File Job: InstaEDU Tutor
Become an online tutor in your favorite subjects, and teach whenever you want. As an InstaEDU tutor, you set your own schedule, make $20/hour, and work from wherever is convenient for you (dorm, apartment, library).
File Research Fellowship: 2015-16 Rickover Fellowship (Due: 1/31/2015)
Attached you will find a booklet announcing the Rickover Fellowship Program in Nuclear Engineering for the 2015-2016 Award cycle. This program is designed to meet the needs of the Naval Reactors Division of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) for appropriately trained personnel for the maintenance and development of science and engineering technology as it pertains to naval nuclear propulsion. The program will assist in preparing students for roles in naval nuclear propulsion and will support the broader objective of advancing fission energy development through the research efforts of the fellows. The technical areas with greatest interest include reactor physics, nuclear materials science and engineering, radiation shielding technology, thermal hydraulics, and computational fluid dynamics. The principle emphasis is on students seeking Ph.D. degrees in nuclear engineering, or in closely related fields. This program description and all electronic application materials can be found on
File Research Fellowship: 2015-16 Rickover Fellowship Information Flyer
File Internship: NASA DEVELOP National Program (Due: 2/27/15)
This is a great opportunity for individuals who are interested in practical applications of remote sensing and GIS, specifically in the field of Earth Science. Our projects focus on addressing local and international community concerns while utilizing NASA’s Earth observations. Participants work in teams to complete rapid research projects in 10 weeks with guidance from NASA and partner science advisors. Details about the internship and how to apply can be found at The summer online application deadline is February 27th 2015, and the internship dates are June 1st – August 7th, 2015. Spring and fall term dates and application windows are also posted on the Apply page of the DEVELOP website. DEVELOP’s projects are interdisciplinary in nature, so applications are welcome from all academic backgrounds.
File Internship: St. Jude Medical (Begin Jan ’15, Mar ’15)
Seeking student with BS, MS, or PhD degree in Mechanical or Biomedical Engineering to work in the Biomedical Device Industry. This intern position will provide full-time practical engineering work experience with engineers developing implantable cardiac pacing leads. The candidate will utilize engineering concepts and processes to perform assignments of various scope and complexity towards developing and implementing solutions for routine to complex problems.
File Job: Electrical Engineering Assistant
Department of Public Works for the City of Los Angeles is seeking recent Electrical Engineering BS graduates. The examination will remain open until the needs of the service are met and may be closed at any time without advanced notice. Job description includes performing drafting and preliminary calculations for electrical projects, assisting in the design of portions of electrical and electronic systems or smaller systems using CADD, assisting in the planning, design and installation of communication systems by preparing circuit designs and calculations and inspects such installations to ensure compliance with plans and specifications, as well as many other responsibilities.
File Internship: US DOE (Due: 1/2/15)
The Mickey Leland Energy Fellowship (MLEF) Program provides students with an opportunity to gain and develop research skills with the Department of Energy’s Office of Fossil Energy for 10 weeks over the summer. For more information, visit
File Job: “Exclusive Review” Math/Science Tutor
Our company “Exclusive Review” has immediate openings for math/science tutors. Our students are located in surrounding areas such as Brentwood, Beverly Hills and Santa Monica. The sessions occur in the student’s home or school, so reliable transportation is required. Please email me a resume if you are interested in joining our amazing staff from UCLA and other top colleges. Pay is competitive.
File Job: “Exclusive Review” Biology/Chemistry Tutor
Our company “Exclusive Review” has immediate openings for biology/chemistry tutors. Our students are located in surrounding areas such as Brentwood, Beverly Hills and Santa Monica. The sessions occur in the student’s home or school, so reliable transportation is required. Please email me a resume if you are interested in joining our amazing staff from UCLA and other top colleges. Pay is competitive.
File Job: High School Math Tutor
Seeking experienced math tutor for high school honors student. Tutor must have transportation and weekly availability. Please email Cindy Antin at
File Job/Internship: Aerospace Corporation
Part-time/full time job or internship opportunity for grad/undergrad students: Participate in the development of digital communication and navigation system proof of concept and test bed systems. Activities include analysis, simulation, design, and evaluation of signal processing algorithms and equipment, along with other tasks. Candidate must also have good written and verbal communication skills.
File Job: Speakeasy Labs, Inc– Social Media iOS Developer
A social media start-up based in Santa Monica and co-founded by a UCLA Alum is developing an iOS app called Speakeasy that plays on the power of images as a form of expression. Speakeasy Labs, Inc. is seeking a talented iOS developer to work on a contract basis with an option for longer-term involvement in the app.
File Internship: Thales
We are seeking 60 bright and driven engineers to join us this summer for a rewarding internship. As a Thales intern, you will be given the opportunity to work on a variety of cutting-edge projects that will challenge you across multiple domains. Develop your talents, you’ll gain hands-on experience with leaders who are just as passionate about technology as you. Our internships begin in the summer and run for a duration of three to six months.
File Internship: Southern California Edison
Southern California Edison, one of the nation’s largest investor-owned electric utilities, is an industry leader that is designing new and innovative ways to meet customer needs. They are looking for highly motivated individuals who enjoy the challenge of working on key industry changing projects. SCE’s University and Campus Relations Internship Program is scheduled for the summer of 2015, with an estimated start date of May/June 2015 and an estimated end date of August/September 2015. These summer internships help students gain real-world experience by placing them in teams within the operating units where they will work on projects that support the strategic initiatives of the business. Interns will also have the opportunity to participate in intern mixers, executive speaker series, site tours, community volunteer events, and cross-company networking.
File Internship: Laser Cutting / 3D printing
HexLab Makerspaces is actively accepting applications for interns who want to learn about lasercutting and 3-D printing. What is a makerspace? HexLab Makerspace is a community volunteer run workshop giving people access to learn new crafts and use our specialized tools. Some familiarity with graphics software (Adobe Illustrator, Corel Draw) Engineering and/or 3D software (Rhino/AutoCAD/Google Sketchup/123D Make) 3D Scanning Software (123D Catch, Skanect, ReconstructMe, Xbox Kinect) is a plus.
File Internship: Product Development Firm Internship
Our company is seeking an assistant project manager with strengths in organization, attention to detail, problem solving / troubleshooting skills and general business savvy. You will be working directly with our young team of motivated international staff / Director of Project Management in our Tarzana office to support our quickly growing and creative company. Without a doubt this position offers the ability to expand your knowledge base, understanding and experience in many areas of business that can be both exciting and challenging.
File Job: Honeywell Engineer
There is a position open for a recent, or to-be, graduate in the area of modeling and performance analysis of aerospace heat exchangers. All degree levels are welcome. The position is at our facility in Torrance, California. At Torrance, we produce heat transfer equipment for environmental control systems for military, commercial, and space customers, as well as other related products. Specifically, we are seeking candidates with strong backgrounds in thermodynamics, fluid mechanics, and heat transfer. We are especially seeking candidates who could start in early 2015.
File Job: UCLA EE Department Lab Assistants
EE or engineer major Freshman or Sophomore is preferred. Pay rate is at $10-$14 hr for 10-20 hours per week.
File Job: UCLA CHFE Department Lab Assistants
The UCLA Center for High Frequency Electronics (CHFE) is hiring 2 Lab Assistants. Please send Resume and class schedule to before Oct. 10th, 2014
File Job: Helix Electric Project Engineer
Helix Electric currently in search of talented and motivated Project Engineers to work with our seasoned Project Management team on some of the largest and most complex construction projects in the nation. Your initial role will be ensuring the safe and efficient construction of large scale electrical projects located all over the Western United States.
File Project Management for Engineers
This course will teach students terminology and concepts used in project management, and will equip them with tools they will need to plan a major capital improvement project.
File Internship: UCLA’s Office of Intellectual Property & Industry Sponsored Research (Due: Jan 31)
This paid internship offers you the opportunity to use your technical expertise and research skills to gain in-depth experience in our office, which stands at the intersection of science, business, and patent law. Previous members of the program have leveraged their experience at OIP to transition into careers outside of academia, in such fields as management consulting, venture capital, technology transfer, business development, industry research, and more. Applications for the TechFellow recruitment class of 2014 will be accepted until January 31st, 2014. To apply, get to know alumni of the program, and for more information, please visit: Or, learn more about technology transfer in general at If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to e-mail us at
September 2014 Archive

September 2014 Archive

File Job: Disco Corporation
This is an employment opportunity for Japanese-speaking students. Disco Corporation ( is a manufacturing company, known for precision machines and tools and is planning to visit West Coast to recruit Japanese speaking students.
File Internship: IndieU Programmer Internship
Interns should be hard working and eager to learn. Skill set required includes fluency in Javascript and some experience with database creation and management in MySQL. Prior experience with Titanium or Word Press would be a plus but is not mandatory. Please provide examples of work and explanation of what you did on the project. School projects are fully acceptable. Interns will work with a Poets Road senior programmer and will be part of our transition to HTML5.The internship will be about 8-10 hours per week. It is an unpaid internship, but if the student is looking for internship credit for school this will be available. (If looking for a full-time internship we can discuss this option as well). Please send resume and example of work to Mike Bundlie: and Natalie Edell:
File Job: .NET Developer for the International Institute
Looking for a .NET developer with SQL and web development skills. The developer is expected to maintain and create websites, as well as manage the necessary database tables and stored procedures. Candidates should also have experience with some form of subversion control and be able to work on large projects with other developers. They should also have some exposure to Javascript and CSS, and be willing to learn how to use the JQuery library if they are currently unable to. Experience with Microsoft Visual Studio is not needed, but would be a great benefit.
File Job for incoming MAE students
General assistant to work in lab. This assistant will help manage operations for EVSE building and maintenance. This assistant will have a wide range of responsibilities from communicating with machine shop and tracking inventory, to finalizing EVSE devices. Also, the assistant must be able to work at least 20 hours a week during summer and 15 hours per week during fall and winter session.
File Job: Project Manager at Apex Systems
Apex Systems has an opportunity for a Project Manager to join one of the world’s leading providers of digital television and entertainment services. The ideal candidate is coachable and willing to learn the processes of the company. This person will either have an electrical engineering background/degree as well as experience working with hardware development products. If you feel that this opportunity is a good fit, please send Joan C. Hwang a copy of your updated resume at In addition, please call 310-421-2384 or respond with the best time and number for Joan to reach you at.
File Job: Genentech (Due: October 3rd)
Genentech is currently seeking applicants for its competitive rotational leadership development program: Operations Rotational Development Program (ORDP). Completion of this program will allow analysts to apply for open full-time positions at Genentech. To apply for ORDP, applicants must have graduated from college with a Bachelors or Masters degree within 2 years of August 2015 (graduating seniors are eligible to apply).
File Job: SchooLinks
Looking for computer science majors who can contribute on design, code, specification, code review and technical documentations. You can apply directly in UCLA’Career Center. JOB ID: 868545 or email us at
File Job: Apex Systems Embedded Software Engineer
The manager is looking for a solid python code developer to develop automated test scripts and test framework. The ideal candidate will be able to design tests to verify test object functionality with automated and manual testing. It is crucial for candidates to have strong experience coding python-the testing methodology can be taught.
August 2014 Archive

August 2014 Archive

File Job: Student Web Designer
For the UCLA Center for the Study of Women: We seek to improve search functions and create a clean, professional design that is easy to navigate and update.
File Job: Apex Advisors-Staff Engineer
Job involves interviewing project managers and project executives to understand the nature of their projects and whether or not they qualify for the R&D Tax Credit.
File Internship: Water District
The Southern California Water District is looking for a student intern (Environmental, Chemical or Civil Engineering) to work around 20 hours/week for the next 6-9 months. Contact: Send your resume that includes your major, expected graduation date, grade point average, and relevant course work to Daniel Guillory at
File Job: Network of One
We are very interested in urgently hiring 3-4 current or recently graduated Computer Science graduate and/or undergraduate students and/or double majors.
File Job: Civil/Mechanical Engineer
This position is responsible for producing full engineering drawings for projects, estimating projects, entering product orders, structural engineering calculations, and design work, occasional visits to job sites, new product development, and product testing.
To perform basic technical engineering work on construction or maintenance projects.
To perform basic technical engineering work on construction or maintenance projects.
File Job: Amazon Software Development Engineer
We are looking to interview bachelors and masters candidates immediately. Amazon is growing, and we need developers who move fast, are capable of breaking down and solving complex problems, and have a strong will to get things done.
File Job: AMD Research – Software Developer
AMD Research seeks a skilled software developer to port high-performance communications software runtimes such as MPI to this novel architecture, and optimize software performance and architectural features. An M.S. in computer science, computer engineering, mathematics, electrical engineering, or a related discipline is required; a strong candidate will have a PhD degree or equivalent experience in a related discipline.
July 2014 Archive

July 2014 Archive

File Air Force Palace Acquire (PAQ) Trainee Program Internship
The Air Force is looking for Engineering interns. Application deadline is July 18, 2014.
File Mason West, Inc. Internship Opportunities
Mason West Inc and AJ Engineering are seeking a sales and engineering associate to develop and service a well-established client base in Southern California. The function of the position is to promote, sell, and support engineering and manufacturing services and products to general and sub-contractors in the commercial construction industry.
File Fall 2014 Broad Internships
Opportunities are available to work with Marketing and Communications, Collection Management, Library, IT, Audience Engagement, Curatorial, and Operations. These are paid internships. Deadline is July 21st.
File New Job Openings at Sandia National Laboratories
Sandia National Laboratories is the nation’s premier science and engineering lab looking for motivated and ambitious individuals to join their family.
File Job at Vitesse Semiconductor
Vitesse is in need of a motivated Product Engineer to work at our headquarters in Camarillo, CA
File Job Opening: Programmer Analyst for Molina Healthcare
We are looking for talented and passionate software engineers who love to code and aren’t intimidated by challenging problems. We are developing a highly flexible, analytical platform for a Care Management solution that will comprehensively manage our members’ health. We are looking for someone who exudes enthusiasm for solving interesting problems and has a willingness to take on new challenges.
File Ball Bounce and Sport Job Opening
Ball, Bounce, and Sport Inc., dba Hedstrom, is seeking 2 recent Engineering graduates who are U.S.-born individuals, of Chinese ancestry, who speak fluent Mandarin.
File Job: Selenium Testing for Quadrant 4
Quadrant 4 Consulting Inc is a Public company and carries 14 in-house projects for our direct clients and rendering services to Fortune 100 customers Worldwide by having 1200 employees working different location across the world. We have our development centers in United States across NJ, IL, CA and India. We are currently hiring fresh F1, OPT, GC and Citizens for our ONSITE Selenium Testing training with placement opportunity.
File Northrop Grumman Internship
This is for a graduating high school student and it is a paid summer internship at our Redondo Beach Campus. Start date is June 30 and we go for 10 weeks.
File Summer Student Research Internship
This is a research project during the summer that involves the assessment of beach fecal material. Must be available for at least 20 hours/week. Full time is an option. Internship runs from the middle of June to September.
File Apple Internship Opportunity
Apple is currently hiring an intern (graduate student) with mechanical stimulation background.
File Engineering Intern
An Environmental, Civil, or Mechanical Engineer is needed to work about 20 hours/week for 6-9 months.
File UCLA Athletics: IT Department Internship
Summer Internship in the IT Department.
File Tutor Wanted
Georgetown University Student is looking for someone to review material for Data Structures and Analysis Class.
File Sysmex Full-Time Position
2 Full time position(Joining date: Immediately Target: Master degree students who’s major is engineering, biology and chemistry OR mechanical/electrical engineering
File Sysmex Internship
Internship position (Start: May/2015 Finish :July/2015) Target: Undergraduate students who’s major is engineering, biology and chemistry
File Job: Entry Level Programmers Developers
As the largest Apple reseller in the US, PCM does significant business with consumers and companies (B2B and B2C) over the internet. We are hiring entry level programmers/developers who have completed college-level coursework and/or have practice experience in many relevant areas. Apply by sending your resume to:
June 2014 Archive

June 2014 Archive

Event Folder Western Digital Summer Internship Opportunity
We are hiring for our HDD Summer Internship Program – we do expand this particular program to ME and Materials Science students as well, although we mostly focus on CS, CE, and EE students. What You Need to Know: Please see the attached pdf and powerpoint for additional details
Event Folder Chevron Design Engineer Job Opportunity
We are currently looking to fill 6 Design Engineering spots for our El Segundo Refinery. Chemical Engineers and Mechanical Engineers can apply. This position is for someone who would be graduating this Spring 2014. We have a posting on Bruinview (ID#849468)
Event Folder Facebook U Internship for Freshmen Opportunity
Calling all freshman! FBU is a paid 8-week summer internship at Facebook to learn about mobile development and get hands-on experience developing features that will help more than a billion people around the world connect to the people and things they care about. For more information, please visit
Event Folder Undergraduate Summer Opportunity at the Center for Domain-Specific Computing Fellowship Opportunity
The Center for Domain-Specific Computing (CDSC) at UCLA welcomes undergraduate students to participate in its research programs. Multiple summer research fellowships are available for summer 2014, which provide: Financial support — $5000 stipend for working full-time in summer 2014 CS 199 course credit for Spring 2014 (the student will begin reading and project preparation) Priority will be given to sophomores and juniors with a GPA of 3.33 and above. The students are responsible for their own housing and living expenses during the summer. The applicants need to provide the following: Resume Statement of research interest ( = 500 words) Transcript Please go to CDSC website at and select “Education” on top menu to view more info. If interested, please email your application to Alexandra Luong at by Feb 16, 2014. In addition, CDSC is partnering with the FOCUS program (The Frontier Opportunities in Computing for Underrepresented Students) to engage underrepresented students. If you are a student in the FOCUS program, you may indicate this in your application (this is optional). List of possible research areas/topics: Application Drivers/Microarchitectural simulation Medical imaging Computer vision Augmented reality Genomics Parallel programming Customized computing (using FPGAs and other reconfigurable architectures) Domain specific languages Compilers for heterogeneous and customizable computing Efficient runtime and operating systems (for multi-core heterogeneous systems)
Event Folder Twitter Job Opportunity
We’re hiring like crazy (especially software engineers). Twitter is consistently ranked among the top tech companies to work for:!tzcBX Here is the site with info and job postings: WHAT TO DO: 1. Apply to positions you like at the website above. 2. Email Michael Sabes at with a paragraph about yourself. Attach your resume. Let him know the job title for 1-4 positions that are listed on the site that you are qualified for an interested in. He will then be able to submit a referral. YOU MUST SUMBIT TO MICHAEL VIA EMAIL: – Completed resume – List of positions applied to – Paragraph about yourself Good luck!
May 2014 Archive

May 2014 Archive

Event Folder Reverse Medical Corp Internship Opportunity
Position Purpose: To provide exposure and experience to the research, design, and development of endovascular delivery systems and implantable medical devices for the treatment of peripheral and neuro-vascular diseases and disorders. Title / Responsibilities: Summer Engineering Intern / Assigned Engineering projects in Quality, R&D and/or Manufacturing Required Knowledge and Skills: • Strong communication and interpersonal skills • Solid analytical skills and the demonstrated ability to solve problems quickly and creatively • Strong organization skills and good attention to detail • Self-directed individual, with excellent follow through • Ability to work well within a team environment and individually • Solid computer skills, including proficiency in MS Office suite, (Solid works or AutoCAD experience preferred) Qualifications: • Currently enrolled as a Junior or Senior in (Biomedical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering or Materials Engineering), or related field with a 3.0-4.0 GPA • Prior related work experience preferred, but not required
Event Folder Metropolitan Water District of Southern California Job Opportunity
Come work for The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California! Total of 7 Entry-Level Engineering Positions Open Metropolitan is a consortium of twenty six cities and water districts that provides drinking water to nearly 19 million people in Southern California. Metropolitan’s mission is to provide its service area with adequate and reliable supplies of high quality water to meet current and future needs in an environmentally and economically responsible way. Metropolitan’s facilities include the 242-mile Colorado River Aqueduct (national historic engineering landmark), five conventional water treatment plants with a combined capacity of 2.6 billion gallons per day, nine surface water reservoirs, 800 miles of pipeline, and 16 hydroelectric power plants. Engineering staff plans, designs and manages construction of new facilities, and modifies existing facilities to ensure delivery of high quality water to approximately 18 million people in Southern California. Staff works on some of the largest water treatment and conveyance projects in the world, supporting the delivery of an average of 1.7 billion gallons of water per day to a 5,200-square mile service area in Southern California, ranging from Ventura County to the Mexican border. For more information, please go to and go to the right menu and click on MyJobs: Careers @ Met and then click on Employment Opportunities. Or go directly to:
File St. Jude Medical Internship Opportunity
File Arete Associates Job Opportunity!
Areté Associates is an employee-owned small business (ESOP) focused on advanced scientific and computational solutions to some of the most challenging technical problems faced by the United States. Areté seeks individuals with a BS, MS or PhD to perform challenging technical work in the areas of sensor design and analysis, phenomenology, detection algorithms, atmospherics, oceanography, and related software and scientific computing development. Background in physical sciences and/or experience with sensor applications including EO/IR and radar a plus. A current security clearance is desirable. Areté is seeking entry-level scientists and engineers for our headquarters in Northridge, California. These positions requires a Bachelor’s, Master’s or PhD degree in physical sciences, engineering, or mathematics. Candidates will conduct research in the areas of remote sensing, signal processing, physics based modeling and data analysis and develop cutting-edge, novel software solutions in the areas of signal and image processing algorithms, simulation, and interpretation. Desired experience with the following: • C/C++ • Fortran • IDL/Matlab/Python • Open GL/GPGPU • Scientific Programming • Object Oriented Programming • High Performance and Parallel Computing • Unix/Linux • Visual Studio Additional requirements include excellent written and verbal communication skills, ability to work with minimal supervision, and ability to work effectively with all levels of management. We foster a stimulating work environment that is customer-oriented and encourages creative contributions from all employees to achieve the company goals. Areté Associates offers an excellent compensation and full benefits package. A successful candidate must possess a desire to work in a fun, creative, employee-owned, small-company environment. Submit your resume online at: Applicants selected will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information. U.S. citizenship and drug test are required to meet position eligibility. See attachment for additional details!
File Community Service Commission Job Opportunities
Event Folder Nourish International Internship Opportunity
My name is Jessica Briggs and I am the International Projects Director for a student organization called Nourish International at UCLA. I am coordinating an 8-week internship this summer where students from UCLA will be traveling to Antigua, Guatemala to construct greenhouses, lead workshops and do research with the purpose of increasing income in the community we work with. We need to re-due our greenhouse design. Interested in helping build a new greenhouse design? We offer leadership mentors and a network of students and alumni from 45 different universities who have experience in implementing these types of projects. Spanish – speaking is a plus. Contact
File County of Riverside Internship Opportunity
File UCLA Engineering Lab Assistant Opportunity
File Society of Petroleum Engineers Application
The Society of Petroleum Engineers aims to connect students interested in the petroleum industry to professionals in the field to therefore foster a greater understanding of the industry. Members are offered the opportunity to attend LA SPE luncheons for technical talks, and 100s of oil related companies recruit engineering students who are members of SPE. If you’re interested in getting more involved, we are currently looking for a Treasurer, Internal Vice President, and Publicity Chair. Applications are open from Monday, April 28th and close on Friday, May 16th applications are processed on a rolling basis so apply early!
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Event Folder Bradsby Group Job Opportunity
Position: Corrosion Engineer Experience: Minimal Location: Gardena, CA Notes: • Can be an EIT (Engineer in training) or a P.E. (Professional Engineer) • Prefers someone young, new to market, can be trained (but don’t repeat that part) • Electrical, civil or mechanical engineer preferably • Eventually they will be designing, testing and trouble shooting cathodic protection systems Contact Info: or 904-239-4189
Event Folder Crown Peak Developers Job Opportunity
Hello CS students! Are you looking for an engaging position in a proven start-up that has had success in the past? If so, we are looking for an exceptionally-skilled mobile programmer who shares our dream and vision and wants to join our mission in creating the best possible product. That programmer will join our team to develop a new and exciting social media concept. The rate of pay is $1,500-$3,000/month and/or %0-20 percent equity in the company in return for 10-20 hours of work per week. All negotiable with the programmer. At Crown Peak Developers, we develop social mobile applications with the intention of reaching success by raising funding from a proven network of Venture Capital investors and clients. Once done, the sky is the limit! This is a great opportunity to take a big equity stake in a company that has potential and a demonstrated history of success. If interested, please email or call (310) 418-5726. Thanks so much, we look forward to hearing from you!
Event Folder CDM Smith’s Walnut Creek Design Center Job Opportunity
*Job Code* ENEL-2-0648 ELECTRICAL ENGINEER 2 *Job Title* ELECTRICAL ENGINEER 2 *Job Description* CDM Smith’s Walnut Creek Design Center is looking for an Electrical Engineer to join the team! You’ll be working with a dynamic team of industry leading engineers on a diverse portfolio of public, federal, and industrial projects. Are you ready to take the next step in your career? We’re passionate about what we do. We work together—in teams and in partnership with our clients—to solve complex environmental and infrastructure challenges. Together, we create a learning culture, dedicated to always finding a better way for our clients, for the planet, and for each other. We pride ourselves on providing a unique and stimulating work environment, and are serious about our commitment to every employee—offering competitive benefits, fostering an inclusive workplace, and providing career development. CDM Smith offers a full complement of electrical engineering and support services to our clients. Our Electrical services include: .Electrical System Master Planning & Studies .Power System Design, Protection & Generation .Power System Analysis .Facility System Design .Sustainability/Renewable Energy In this role you would perform a variety of tasks including: .Using AutoCAD to produce electrical design drawings. . Performing electrical calculations for electrical systems including lighting simulations . Performing design tasks including lighting layouts, communications, fire alarm, and security systems. . Developing electrical power system drawings and single line diagrams. . Assisting in the selection and specification of various electrical system components including motor control centers, switchgear, transformers, etc. . Developing the electrical plans and specifications for projects under the supervision of senior staff . Reviewing shop drawings and assisting with general construction services. . Performing short circuit, protective relay coordination and arc flash studies. *Job Requirements* . B.S. in Electrical Engineering (Power Engineering Option is preferred) . Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (MS Word, MS Excel and MS Power Point) . Proficiency in AutoCAD /MathCAD (proficiency with power system software is desirable) . Candidate must have excellent writing and communication skills. EEO Statement We attract the best people in the industry, supporting their efforts to learn and grow. We strive to create a challenging and progressive work environment. We provide career opportunities that span a variety of disciplines and geographic locations, with projects that our employees plan, design, build and operate—as diverse as the needs of our clients. CDM Smith is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, or protected veteran status. You can apply directly to me via e-mail or by clicking on this link: Patricia Pierre College Recruiter
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Event Folder Branchpoint Technologies Internship Opportunities
About the company: Located in Irvine, CA, Branchpoint is a funded medical device startup developing an implantable device for neurosurgical applications. The company was founded by a small multidisciplinary team including EE, BME, and neurosurgery expertise. The founding team has developed the product through several iterations, and is now in final design stages before commercialization. Company culture values individuals who can work under time constraints in a fast-paced environment. Position: Electrical Engineer Intern The ideal candidate for this paid position will have experience in: • Analog circuit design and evaluation • Power supply design and bring-up • The standard tools of an EE lab (oscilloscope, signal generator, etc.) Additional skills/knowledge: • PCB design experience is a plus • Hardware-PC interface is a plus The engineer’s responsibilities will include: • Analog, Digital, and Power circuit evaluation using EE lab tools • Component sourcing and characterization to specifications • Lab stock management • Engineering documentation within Branchpoint’s Quality System Position: Embedded Systems Intern The ideal candidate for this paid position will have experience in: • Embedded programming in C • Microprocessor programming • MCU-Sensor interfaces • The standard tools of an embedded systems lab (logic analyzer, oscilloscope, etc.) The engineer’s responsibilities will include: • Writing C code to meet specifications • Contributing to software architecture • Bluetooth Low Energy interface programming • Algorithm implementation in C • Designing and performing tests • Engineering documentation within Branchpoint’s Quality System
File Stanford U.S.-Russia Forum 2014-15 Research Opportunity
My name is Ravi Patel and I’m the president of the Stanford US-Russia Forum. We are the only student-run organization that brings together American students with their Russian counterparts to advance international collaboration. Delegates in the program travel to Moscow for a four-day conference in the fall, work on a collaborative research project with Russian and American counterparts, and present their work at a capstone conference at Stanford in the spring. The program is open to both undergraduates and graduate students from any university in the United States or Russia. The program is interdisciplinary in nature and brings together students from anyacademic background regardless of prior exposure to Russia. Last year, a collaborative research working group brought together aeronautical engineers and business students to develop a business plan for a possible Russian low cost carrier under the mentorship of Boeing. I wanted to let you know that we are now accepting applications for the 2013-14 program. The application and more information about the program can be found at: We have rolling admissions open until the final deadline, June 16th at 5 PM PDT. We would love to have representatives from UCLA participate in this year’s program!
Event Folder Student Ambassador Program Internship Opportunity
The Student Ambassador Program <> is similar to a paid internship, which will start Summer 2014. Students will work mainly from home, and will communicate through emails and phone calls. BeMyApp will host a few great events in LA over the summer, so you will need to attend some. This is a great opportunity for networking and receiving hands-on involvement in the tech industry. For more info, check out the blog post <> .
Event Folder 2014 Engineering Science Corps Outreach Summer Programs Residential Mentor Position
Will you be around this summer attending summer session or doing research on campus? Are you looking for summer housing? Are you interested in working with high school students? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then you might consider applying to the 2014 Engineering Science Corps (ESC) summer programs residential mentor position. The Henry Samueli School of Engineering and Applied Science is inviting undergraduate and graduate Engineering students to apply for a residential mentor opportunity with the 2014 Engineering Science Corps (ESC) Summer Programs. Get 9 weeks of housing, with meals, and a $1000 stipend to work with high school students. Please read the attached job description or go to this website for more information about the ESC summer programs If you are interested, please submit your online application with cover letter, resume, and statement of purpose here: Deadline: Sunday, May 18 at 5 PM.
File Symantec Job and Internship Opportunities
Positions are available in both Culver City and Mountain View and they are always hiring both interns and full time engineers. Anyone with software development experience will be considered. They are looking for candidates that receive A grades in their CS31 and CS32 courses and also work on coding projects on the side. Candidates should have a passion for programming and software engineering.
Event Folder Aerospace Corporation Internship Opportunities
The Aerospace Corporation is still seeking interns for summer appointments. We have openings for students majoring in science and engineering, computer science, mechanical engineering, aerospace engineering, information systems and mathematics; however all majors will be considered. We offer competitive compensation, a professional environment, and many intern activities and events created especially to foster a positive experience. We are offering internship positions at our El Segundo, CA and Chantilly, VA offices. Check out the opportunities at and use the key word “intern” to apply! Join our Aerospace team. Space has become a necessity by providing access to critical resources for military, intelligence, civil, and commercial sectors alike. The failure of a launch vehicle or satellite can have catastrophic consequences to both the global economy and our national security. The Aerospace Corporation’s No. 1 role is helping assure space mission success for DOD, the intelligence community, and civil and commercial customers.
Event Folder National Cybersecurity Career Fair
Take a minute and check out the National Cybersecurity Career Fair, a virtual career fair that will allow you to directly connect with employers about cybersecurity job and internship opportunities in an online format over two days this summer! NCCF will be held June 18 and 19, please don’t wait to register – sign up NOW! And connect with NCCF on Twitter, Facebook, and LinkedIn!
Event Folder BurnThis Job Opportunity
Job opening for an IOS developer with a competitive salary + benefits in a cool start up space located in Venice, CA. More about use below: Our hiring pecs: We are flexible around programming language and welcome anyone who is interested. About Us (download the app HERE BurnThis uses technology to create communities in fitness. Our mobile app gives fitness consumers a fast, seamless, and fully integrated way to book boutique classes within curated pods of best-in-class boutique fitness studios and branded events that bring the community together. The integrated social network component — the first of its kind in the boutique space — weaves social experiences directly into fitness routines by allowing users to create a profile, follow their friends, see what their friends are taking, invite them to classes/events and discover new workouts and gatherings based on friends’ and like-minded persons’ interests. Features of BurnThis App: Video: Why BurnThis Is Uniquely Positioned In This Space At BurnThis we deliver: • An ahead of the curve, highly innovative product that fits squarely inside the evolution of consumer preferences towards specialized, customized, community based workouts. • A strong, high-end, authentic brand in the fitness space that appeals to the NEXT gen athlete (especially women) and promotes healthy living. • Extensive personal network of best-in-class studios, fitness influencers, instructors and personalities in the space who promote and adopt the BurnThis community as their own because they want to be a part of our movement. • Cutting edge proprietary social fitness platform with a clear, tested vision around how to take the app to the next level through additional social features. • Ability to create an organic digital marketing platform around fitness brands through authentic, relevant, community-based fitness stories. Some Recent Press: Yesterday Ryan Seacrest tweeted us as featured app on “5 apps we love at the moment”: Here is a sample of some of the press BurnThis has received since launch in January 2014: 1. Pure Wow’s 30 Best Apps 2. Well+Good (one of three products mentioned as future of boutique fitness class booking) 3. Daily Candy (best fitness apps in 2014) 4. (how to make your sweat social during Fashion Week) 5. BaulbeBar (founder profile) 6. (list of apps to get you fit) 7. (favorite fitness app) 8. (co-founder story) 9. (why the app makes sweat social)
Event Folder UCLA Department of Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences Part-time Job Opportunity
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April 2014 Archive

April 2014 Archive

Event Folder ELFIN Project Research Opportunity
Help build UCLA’s first satellite! The Student Spacecraft Development Lab is recruiting new members to design, build, and test various parts of its space weather satellite ELFIN (Electron Losses and Fields Investigation). Come to the infosession to learn more about the project and meet the other members. Interested students should attend the ELFIN INFOSESSION: ELFIN Infosession Date: Tuesday, April 8th (Tuesday of 2nd week) Time: 7pm Location: Geology 3645 Also check out the website at for information on the project and how to apply. All majors are welcome. Email or with any questions.
Event Folder Gridspace Internship/Job Opportunity
Gridspace is a technology company that makes advanced sensor systems for businesses. The company’s mission is to help businesses preserve knowledge. Its founding team is comprised of Stanford alumni with backgrounds in instrumentation, artificial intelligence, distributed computing and infrastructure products. The company has operations in the Bay Area and Los Angeles. Its first enterprise product, the Gridspace Memo service, is available to select early partners now. Learn more about Gridspace at About the Position At Gridspace, we’re tackling hard enterprise problems. That’s why we seek talented computer scientists, electrical engineers and product designers to join the core engineering team. Some of the technology domains related to our work include sensor networks, signal processing, machine learning, distributed computing and RF electronics. So far we have found that the best candidates have a passion for engineering and a desire to build things that don’t exist. Our next hires will have tremendous responsibility and help shape the character of our company. We are accepting interns, full-time, and part-time hires on a rolling basis and offer competitive pay. Requirements – B.S. in Computer Science or Electrical Engineering; Graduate level candidates preferred – Demonstrated ability to execute in startup environment Preferred Experience – Natural Language Processing – iOS/Andriod Development – Digital Signal Processing – Web Development – Machine Learning – Rapid Prototyping – PCB Design If you think you or a friend could be a fit, send us a brief introduction about your interest in Gridspace to
Event Folder National CineMedia Summer Internship Opportunity
National CineMedia would like to post our Summer Internship opportunity to the UCLA website. We have attached the posting information along with the steps for any interested students to apply. This is a paid Internship ($8.00 per hour / 32 hours per week).
Event Folder UCLA, Dept of Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences Internship Opportunity
Looking for engineering students interested in working on an Arduino based project in Spring and/or Summer 2014 The goal of this project is to build a device to measure carbon dioxide and water fluxes of leaves. The devices will be used for class and lab exercises on carbon cycling in undergraduate courses at the Dept of Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences. The device will consist of a chamber that can be be sealed around leaves to measure leaf photosynthesis and transpiration. The carbon flux will be measured with a carbon dioxide sensor which will be calibrated using research-grade instrumentation. The chamber will be equipped with a light sensor and a temperature-humidity sensor so that the gas fluxes can be related to environmental conditions. The chamber will be either operated with a small pump or a fan to provide air circulation. The sensors and pump/fan will be recorded and operated from an Arduino platform, and ideally displayed on a screen or laptop. The goal is to integrate the entire setup into a lightweight, compact, portable package. We are looking for one to three students, preferably with Arduino experience, to help with this project. The role of the students would be to: – select and test a few compatible sensors (temperature, relative humidity, light, CO2) – connect the sensors to an Arduino microcontroller – write and test basic control and data collection software – build the chambers from components – test the devices on indoor plants and at the Botanical Garden – contribute to building a website dedicated to this project where their work will be featured The project will start as soon as possible. Employment is for the Spring quarter, $206+benefits per week at 20 hours per week, with the option to continue during the summer. Are you interested in this project? Do you know others who may be interested? Contact me to apply or learn more: (please send your resume/CV when applying) Prof Ulli Seibt, UCLA, Dept of Atmospheric & Oceanic Sciences
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Event Folder 1K Studios Internship Opportunities
Development Internship at ONe+K (Apply: email HR by APRIL 18th) At 1K Studios in Burbank, we build jaw-dropping interactive web and mobile products. We currently have 4 internship positions for this Summer: SOFTWARE DEVELOPER/ENGINEER POSITIONS 1. Front-end Build interactive front-end elements with heavy visual effects and animations achieved by the combination of CSS, HTML5, and JavaScript. You WILL NOT build typical functional front-end elements like drop-down list or validations (these are old school and boring). Instead you WILL build jaw-dropping parallax effects and the likes using hardware-accelerated techniques and pushing CSS, HTML5, and Javascript to their limits. You need to have a strong sense of design/visual and want to be an expert in animation effects with Javascript. Exposure to CSS/Javascript library/framework such as Bootstrap, jQuery, Backbone, or AngularJS would be beneficial. 2. Back-end Build CMS and eCommerce backends that power our front-end and mobile applications. You will use open-source platforms such as ExpressionEngine, WordPress, Joomla, Drupal, Magento, etc.; architect databases; integrate with 3rd party services such as video delivery platforms, fulfillment centers; and build web services on top of those existing platforms. You need to understand the MVC model in web applications and are passionate about high-performance and scalable backend architectures. Hey, where should we cache the data? And of course, you need to be sufficient in Linux/LAMP environment. 3. Mobile Build user-facing products on mobile, iOS and/or Android applications. You will build user-friendly consumer applications based on technical wireframes and specifications. Think about mobile applications that interact with many web services to communicate and retrieve/exchange data (one of those services could be the backend CMS or eCommerce described above). Performance & seamless user experience are the keys here. You must have at least published an iOS or Android app, or be able to showcase a running app on your device. Most important of all, you are a heavy mobile user and want your app to be in the hands of thousands and millions of users. 4. Tools Build in-house software and custom tools. You will develop continuous-integration tool where all code commits will be pulled, built, and deployed automatically for our web products to staging and production environments, and for our mobile products to over the air distribution like HockeyKit and TestFlight. You will develop scripts to compose our code commits into release notes. You will build various other tools that support the software development cycle of our web and mobile products. You will learn the most about engineering process in this position. Out of the 4 positions, you need to have the most general development knowledge for this. So tell us all technical things that you know. Exposure to Hudson/Jenkins, and command line scripting would be beneficial. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS – Computer Science or related majors with relevant course works. – Grad or undergrad (junior/senior) that is fluent in one OOP programming language. – Problem solver. Technically savvy. Strong attention to details. – Have worked in team projects. Experienced with source control and development cycles. – IMPORTANT: strong drive to learn! What we offer – Paid and/or for-credits internships. – 3-month full-time position (part-time is possible for grad students). – Goals focused for your internships in an agile development environment. – 1-on-1 mentoring through out your internship. How to apply Email 1K Studios’ HR (above) by APRIL 18th with: – Subject line: “Development Internship 2014” – Your choice of 1 or at most 2 positions listed above. – Your resume with major, GPA, relevant courses, and experiences (if any). – Optional: brief cover letter / paragraphs about yourself with relevant links to your fun or school projects.
Event Folder Carlisle Interconnect Technologies Job Opportunity
Job Opportunity for Graduating Seniors Job opportunity for Carlisle Interconnect Technologies: Design Engineer I (14-038) Job Description: Design Engineer I Reference # 14-038 Carlisle Interconnect Technologies – Tri-Star Electronics, a leading South Bay manufacturer, has an immediate opening for a Design Engineer I. The primary function of this position is to design or develop new or existing company products. Under direction, works from requirements or instructions to design and develop new components or redesign existing components to improve company products. Job Duties and Responsibilities: Assist Engineering department in the design of contacts that conform to customer and military requirements. Ability to perform engineering tasks on computer assisted engineering and design software and equipment. Ability to assist in preparing response to RFQ request with as needed support from senior engineers. Support Quality and Marketing departments as necessary in resolving non-conformance issues. Ability to work with CAD designers and drafters regarding design, function and testing of Tri-Star products. Ability to determine and establish specifications through engineering calculations and layouts. Ability to prepare analysis as required. Must be able to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Click here to submit your résumé to this position:
March 2014 Archive

March 2014 Archive

Event Folder Undergraduate Research Assistant Fellowship Opportunity
Title: Undergraduate Research Assistant Employer: Luskin Center for Innovation (located in Public Affairs Building) Number of Positions: 2-3 Hours per Week: 10-20 Hourly-rate: $10-14, Work-study preferred Employment Period: Immediate through Spring Qtr 2014 Contact: Lisa Wu Email: Phone: (619)-438-4945 We are looking to hire 2-3 undergraduate research assistant(s) for 10-20 hours per week for immediate hire into the spring quarter. Hourly wage will range from $10-14 based on qualifications. This study focuses on the effects of urban form and traffic management strategies on pedestrian exposure to air pollution. The main tasks include coding video footage to characterize traffic flows and vehicle composition through major intersections in Los Angeles. Research assistants may also participate in conducting field sampling which may include carrying video cameras and air monitoring equipment. Qualifications include being detail oriented, organizational skills, and exercising care while handling sensitive equipment. A means of travel to and from field sites is preferred but not required. Also the ability to think critically about research design and experience conducting quantitative and qualitative analyses are highly valued. To apply for this position, please email a cover letter, resume, and preferably two reference letters to the contact above. The application deadline is Friday, March 7th at 5pm. Interviews will be arranged for the following week.
File Dunlap Institute Summer Opportunity
Dunlap Institute 2014 Summer School INTRODUCTION TO ASTRONOMICAL INSTRUMENTATION: First Light on the Decade’s Most Innovative Instruments University of Toronto Toronto, Ontario, Canada 10 – 15 August 2014 The annual Dunlap Institute Summer School is designed with both lecture and laboratory activities and is intended for students who have finished at least the 3rd year of an undergraduate program or are in the early years of a graduate program, and have a background in astronomy, physics, or engineering. Students will: § Learn basic principles of OPTICAL, INFRARED and RADIO instrumentation § Learn how detectors and spectrographs work § Attend a hands-on Fourier Transform Spectrometer lab § Learn in lecture and hands-on laboratory sessions § Work with students from around the world § Learn about a career in instrumentation § Learn from leaders in the field of astronomical instrumentation § Attend professional development sessions, incl. a mentoring lunch for female students § Experience the U of T – Canada’s premiere astronomy research institute Registration Fee (without waiver): $500.00 Travel subsidies and registration fee waivers available. Apply at: Applications and travel subsidy deadline: 11 April 2014
 INVITED INSTRUCTORS: René Doyon, Université de Montréal James Graham, University of California, Berkeley Olivier Guyon, University of Arizona/Subaru Telescope/JPL Phil Hinz, University of Arizona Anna Moore, California Institute of Technology David Naylor, University of Lethbridge Christine Wilson, McMaster University DUNLAP INSTITUTE INSTRUCTORS: Tuan Do Rachel Friesen Jérome Maire Laura Newburgh Michael Reid Suresh Sivanandam Keith Vanderlinde Shelley Wright
Event Folder JH Research USA – James Hardie Building Products Internship Opportunity
Intern/Temp Position in Fontana, CA Goals: To provide work-learning opportunities to Intern/Temp at an industrial research and development facility and help speed up our research projects. Position description: This is an internship/Temp position in Fontana, California. The Intern/Temp will be working under the supervision of R&D scientists. Depending on the qualifications and availability of the Intern/Temp, both short -term and long-term projects can be considered for the position. Responsibilities and tasks: • Lab composite experiment and sample preparation • Physical & mechanical tests on fiber cement composite materials and products • Test result analysis and report. Qualifications: • Willing to learn and take on challenges in a fast paced industry research lab • Basic knowledge of Materials Science and Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering • Ability to learn and operate basic lab equipment, such as Universal testing machine • Willing to do hands-on work • Knowledge of statistics and experimental design • Ability to organize work • Good Communication skills • Proficient with PC and Microsoft Office • Bachelor or masters’ degree is a plus
Event Folder UCLA Facilities Management Job Opportunity
UCLA Facilities Management is looking for 3 engineering undergrads who are familiar/good with 2-D AutoCAD. Students would be working with UCLA Energy Services and working on metering layers. If chosen, the starting date would be as soon as they get set up with the paperwork. Pay is much higher than the typical on-campus jobs and hours are incredibly flexible. The employees here understand student priorities and are very helpful in accommodating for that. The hours would be 10-15 a week. They are looking to hire ASAP so it’s a great time to apply! If interested, students should send their resumes to Robert Schott at
File Hitachi Consulting Summer Opportunity
Hitachi Consulting has just kicked off its recruiting efforts for its Inspiration Consulting Summit, a unique 3-day conference that exposes students to careers in consulting. The program takes place every summer and is designed to introduce undergraduates to various Hitachi Consulting career paths through interactions with our leaders. Participants exercise problem solving skills, generate solutions from processes, counsel clients through business issues, and implement effective organizational changes.
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Event Folder Mattel’s Undergraduate Internship Program Opportunity
UCLA Career Center is happy to provide you with information on a series of internship opportunities with Mattel. Below is the a brief introduction to the roles. Mattel’s Undergraduate Internship Program provides students with a challenging, real-work experience in their field of study while enabling Mattel to pursue its goals and growth objectives by developing a talent pipeline to attract high caliber employees. These students are selected from various accredited universities. The undergrad interns work full-time, Monday – Friday for a period of 10-12 weeks. This is a paid internship ranging from $15-$17/hr. This summer we will have a variety of Global Information Technology internship positions. UCLA students must apply through BruinView>Jobs>BruinView Jobs: GIT Digital Technologies: Center of Excellence (BruinViewTM ID: 853236) GIT Enterprise Integration Intern (BruinViewTM ID: 853050) GIT Risk & Security Intern (BruinViewTM ID: 853058) GIT Program Management Office Intern (BruinViewTM ID: 853055) GIT Technology Operations & Service Delivery Team (BruinViewTM ID: 853053) GIT Intern (BruinViewTM ID: 853238) Skills Required (more requirements list on the website) • Team player (ability to work with direct and indirect team members) • Ability to take and give creative direction • Good communication skills • Ability to prioritize and handle multiple projects in order to meet tight deadlines To Apply Students may apply online through BruinViewTM or the Mattel Campus Gateway using the link below to be considered.NO NEED TO SEARCH BY “INTERNSHIPS”. SEARCH BY CALIFORNIA AND ALL POSITIONS ARE LISTED Thank you for your interest in Mattel!
Event Folder Nuclear Engineering Scholarship/Job Opportunity
NAVY NUCLEAR ENGINEERING Program The Navy’s Nuclear Propulsion Officer Candidate (NUPOC) Program is one of the top nuclear training programs in the country, and we’re looking for top notch students in ALL ENGINEERING MAJORS to oversee the operation and maintenance of the nuclear power plants on Submarines, Aircraft Carriers and land sites within the US Military. As per the program requirements, if you are US Citizen, and a sophomore or above, with atleast a 3.0 GPA or above in Engineering, Math or Physics, the Navy will pay you roughly 4300-5600 per month until you complete your degree. But this is not ROTC -no haircuts, uniforms or extra classes. In exchange, after graduating you would receive training and then receive training to serve in the Navy as an Nuclear Engineer for 4-5 years. (Scroll down to section titled “NUPOC”) If interested, please email or call LT Rafael E. Deinla /310-350-0838/
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Event Folder Mindsumo Job and Internship Opportunities
Mindsumo hosts online projects on behalf of companies that students complete to apply for jobs and internships while winning cash prizes for their work. They can use the skills that they’ve learned in class and apply them to actual projects, which gives them a chance to prove themselves beyond just a cover letter or resume. The companies range from Tech/Engineering, Marketing, Design, and several other fields. Some of the companies already on MindSumo include Facebook, Microsoft, Box, and more! You never know, signing up today might lead to an offer! To sign up, just visit and be sure to sign up with your UCLA e-mail! It’s a quick and easy process and there’s a lot of cool opportunities to get free swag also if you refer other students! If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to Joanna Tang at!
Event Folder Covidien Internship Opportunities
Covidien has INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES NOW! Covidien is now hiring in their Irvine location for several different internship positions. Check out the links below! Applicants must apply online and can also send their resume to Descriptions and Links to Apply: Regulatory Affairs Intern: R&D Access Interns: Sales/Marketing Intern – Acute Ischemic Stroke: Global Marketing Intern: R&D Coils Intern:
Event Folder Undergraduate Openings: DAQ/Control System Development Opportunity
My group is presently fabricating one of the world’s largest rotating convection devices which we will use to simulate geophysical and astrophysical turbulence. At present, we need to bolster our fabrication team that is developing the new device’s DAQ/control system. In particular, we are setting up to i) make up to 48 simultaneous thermistor measurements, ii) control the servo that rotates the system, iii) control the chiller for the top boundary heat exchanger, iv) control the power supply to the bottom boundary electrical heater . In addition, we need to fabricate a box of BNC connectors between the NI SCXI box and the thermistors. Lastly, we need the control systems to shut down the entire device and send out alarms should anomalous data (thermal, power, accelerometer, etc.) be detected. Please have students interested in such hands-on development tasks email me (with CV attached). My sincere thanks, Jon Aurnou ___________________________________ Jonathan Aurnou Assoc. Prof. of Planetary Physics UCLA Earth, Planetary & Space Sciences What You Need to Know: Email your CV to
File Western Digital Job Opportunities
Western Digital is a formidable player in the Software Engineering field. Historically, Western Digital has been known as a leader for hardware-focused full-time opportunities and internships. However, that is not the case! Over 70% of our new graduates are actually Computer Science/Computer Engineering majors (or Electrical Engineering majors who have interest in programming) as the majority of our job opportunities require strong software development capabilities.
Event Folder ECSA Global Internship Opportunities
We are ECSA Global, an international education organization offering high-quality education focusing on professional growth. We are the first and only organization to provide internships exclusively with Fortune 1000, Fortune Global 500, and Financial Times Europe 500 companies. For our China programmes, we cooperate with one of the best Asian business schools, the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics. Upon completion of our programme, the participant will be granted university credits, and will also become a part of our alumni network. ECSA Global provides 24/7 assistance in Shanghai which distinguishes our program from others. In the past years we had successfully launched several educational programmes; 2014 shall be a year of setting new standards in the industry. For the first time an organization is able to guarantee internship placements only with the biggest and best companies. In this year’s Business in China Summer Program we work only with Fortune 1000, Fortune Global 500, and Financial Times Europe 500 companies. You will not just benefit from receiving a reference from a highly respected company; they also take the opportunity to expand their professional networks and to embrace a different culture in one of the most exciting cities today. ECSA Global is devoted to finding new ways to improve our programmes through innovation in international education. As it is your mission to enrich the development of students, we are providing opportunities to benefit your organization. Our common interests could lead to a highly productive cooperation. ECSA Global is taking your members to Shanghai; they will study business courses at one of the best business universities in Asia, the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, join networking and cultural events, study the Chinese language, cooperate with high-potential individuals, and of course complete an internship engagement. Please find more information on our website and check out our flagship programme. 2014 Business in China Summer Program includes: 6 weeks summer programme internship with a Fortune 1000, Fortune Global 500 or Financial Times Europe 500 company business courses at the Shanghai University of Finance and Economics optional Mandarin courses networking events corporate visits accommodation at a 4-star hotel on campus 24/7 assistance with airport pick-up service What You Need to Know: Apply at
File YTCA America Job Opportunity
YTC America Inc. ( seeks an exceptionally creative, dynamic, talented, and committed Software Engineer for unique opportunities developing vehicle communication technologies and products that manage communication over heterogeneous networks within a vehicle, and from a vehicle to outside networks. The engineer will be a member of a team dedicated to designing and implementing communication technologies and products for the next generation of vehicles. We are in the early stages of a development that has the potential to make a major impact not just for the organization but also for the automotive industry as a whole.
February 2014 Archive

February 2014 Archive

Event Folder JPL Internships in Computer Science Opportunity
Dear Students, Are you a Computer Science major interested in an exciting internship at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory? Are you an Engineering student with great Computer Science skills? Do you have a GPA of 3.0 or above? If you answered “YES”, JPL would like you to apply for an internship. When: There is no deadline but the earlier you apply, the sooner you can be evaluated and selected. How: Send your application to What to Include: –Current Resume –Unofficial Transcript Note: Specific projects will be determined based on qualifications and experience. Questions: Send questions via email to
Event Folder 2014 AFIT Summer Internship Program
The Southwestern Ohio Council for Higher Education (SOCHE) is managing the 2014 Summer Internship Program for the Air Force Institute of Technology (AFIT). The Program provides students from higher education institutions throughout the United States with the opportunity to develop scientific and engineering skills and competence through participation in cutting-edge research projects in a graduate educational environment… and to get paid doing it! AFIT is located on Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio and has a legacy of exceptional graduate research and education. Please promote this excellent opportunity to your students. An informational flyer can be downloaded by clicking here. Students can access additional information and apply online at: Program Requirements Must be a U.S. citizen Application deadline: 7 February 2014 Seeking undergraduate students from the following disciplines and related areas: Science: Computer Science * Materials Science * Mathematics * Operations Research * Physics Engineering: Aeronautical * Astronautical * Electrical & Computer * Mechanical * Nuclear *
File Finisar Corporation Job Opportunity
Hardware Engineer position
File Finisar Corporation Job Opportunity
Sr. Optical Communication Engineer position
Event Folder Environment California Fellowship Opportunity
ENVIRONMENT CALIFORNIA IS HIRING! My name is Emily Kirkland – I’m the Clean Energy Associate at Environment California, the statewide citizen-based environmental advocacy group. We work to protect California’s clean air, clean water, and open spaces – right now, our top priority is stopping global warming. We’re part of a national federation called Environment America, which includes 29 state-based groups with nearly 100 professional staff and more than 1 million members, activists and allies across the country. We’re looking for smart, committed seniors to join our fellowship program! The fellowship program is a two-year crash course in environmental activism, organizing, and advocacy. (Check out a great video about the fellowship program here, and hear from two former fellows about the work they’re doing now to fight fracking here.) I’ll be at the Government and Non-profit Night at the Career Center on Wednesday, February 19th from 6:30-8:30pm at the UCLA Career Center 2nd and 3rd Floor. Join me to hear more about the fellows program and how you can apply! If you can’t make it to the Non-profit Night, no worries – you can apply online at Our early application deadline is Friday, February 21st. Not graduating? No worries! We’re also looking for smart, committed interns for summer 2014. Get more information at
Event Folder , Global Water Brigades at UCLA Hands on Qausi Volunteer Opportunity
Interested in global development, public health, or overseas community service? Want to help make significant, sustainable improvements to a community’s quality of life? This summer, Global Water Brigades at UCLA will be going to Honduras to build a full-scale, gravity-based clean water filtration system for in-need communities, and we’re looking for passionate, committed volunteers to make this happen! As a volunteer, you will have the opportunity to work with professional engineers on the system, educate the community members about water health, and experience an amazing culture in a unique way. If you’re interested in public health, global development, or systems engineering, this is a great opportunity to learn more about those fields AND make a difference on a global scale! We will be holding information sessions on February 5 and 19 (Weeks 5 and 7), from 7-8 PM in Mathematical Sciences (MS) 5148! We look forward to seeing you there! If you can’t make it to our info meeting, please visit our Facebook page at for more information about the brigade, our mission, and how to join. If you have any questions, feel free to contact Alice Zhou at!
Collection Marine Debris Action Coordination Team (ACT) Internship Opportunity
The West Coast Governors’ Agreement on Ocean Health (WCGA) Marine Debris Action Coordination Team (ACT) seeks a part-time data and outreach intern. The Marine Debris ACT is seeking to hire an intern to work part-time for one year to assist the ACT in managing the Marine Debris Database. This is a crucial role that is time-intensive. In addition, as the year progresses the intern will also focus on assisting with the launch of the Marine Debris Coalition, specifically through outreach to potential marine debris partners along the West Coast. To apply, please e-mail a resume and cover letter by Monday, March 10th to: Karen Kayfetz, California Natural Resources Agency: Work on this internship is expected to begin April 1st. For a full description, please see the attachment or click here. Please feel free to share this call!
File Metropolitan Water District of Southern California’s Internship Opportunity
Engineering Summer Student Internship Program The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California’s (Metropolitan) Engineering Services Group is recruiting for undergraduate students to participate in its Summer Student Internship Program. The program is designed to provide undergraduate students the opportunity to enhance their studies through practical work experience at Metropolitan, appropriate to their area of specialization. At this time, Metropolitan is offering the Summer Internship Program. This internship is open to all students who meet the requirements regardless of the school you are currently attending. Summer Internship Application Filing Period: February 25, 2014 – March 17, 2014 Below is the link for the updated information on the web or you can go to, click on “My Jobs” – Careers @ Met and then Internship Programs to print the required forms, or you can contact Engineering Summer Student Internship Program Administrator, Ruthie Williams, at (213) 217-7654 or to request a package. LINK: Attached are flyers about the program and application forms for distribution to interested students. Students interested in applying for the internship should follow the guidelines in the flyer.
Event Folder Toyota Technical Center Engineering Co-op Job Opportunity
Fall 2014/ Win 2015 – Toyota Technical Center Engineering Co-op Toyota Motor Engineering and Manufacturing, Inc (TEMA) is responsible for North American vehicle development, engineering design, advanced research, and Toyota’s growing manufacturing activities. Currently TEMA builds the Tundra, Sequoia, Avalon, Camry, Matrix, Corolla, Sienna, Tacoma, Lexus RX350 and the Venza vehicles within North America. Who should Apply: Engineering students majoring in Mechanical Engineering and Electrical engineering Demonstrating the knowledge (GPA), commitment (hobbies) and experience with a strong focus in the auto industry Co-op Program Criteria: Cumulative GPA 3.0 and above Enrolled in the following full-time Accredited Bachelor of Science Degree Programs: Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering and Chemical Engineering Preferred Skills Strong communication skills and the ability to present work to large groups Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively within an extended team Proficient with Microsoft Office products (PowerPoint, Excel, Word, Outlook) Good general automotive knowledge Good problem solving and evaluation skills Hands-on vehicle mechanical experience helpful Information: Term(s): Fall 2014 (September–December), Winter 2015 (Jan–May) Location(s): Ann Arbor, Saline Plymouth, – Michigan. Interested candidates should send an email to Please include an updated copy of your resume and an unofficial copy of your college transcripts. Additionally, please answer and include the following questions with your reply: Are you available to work at least 40 hours a week for the Fall 2014 term (Sep- August? (Yes/No) Working with an automotive company, good driving is very important, have you had more than two driving offenses, including speeding tickets in the last three years? Please provide your current cumulative GPA? What is your anticipated graduation date, including a Fall 2014 co-op? Please disclose in your reply if you have been contacted by and are in communication with another Toyota location/affiliate regarding a co-op position. What You Need to Know: They are looking for mechanical and electrical engineers but will accept applications from exceptional chemical engineers as will Location: This co-op will take place in Michigan This co-op takes place during the school year, either fall 2014 or winter 2015 Email resume, unofficial transcripts, and answers to above questions to
File City of Los Angeles Job Opportunity
Control Systems Engineering Associate position
Event Folder Aerospace Corporation Job/Internship Opportunities
The Aerospace Corporation is looking for applicants for INTERNSHIP and FULL-TIME positions who can contribute to development of digital communications and digital signal processing proof-of concepts or prototypes having the following experience: Education and/or experience in one or more of the following areas: digital signal processing and/or digital communications, digital design, embedded SW development, VHDL coding, FPGA implementation, C/C++ development, GUI development, Python experience. Experience or class work involving embedded programming on an ARM processor in Linix or other RTOS is desirable. Candidate should also have good written and verbal communication skills. Typically US citizenship (or have applied to for citizenship) is required to obtain a security clearance. The Aerospace Corporation has internship and full-time positions open for undergrads and those graduating this year. Send the resumes to Deadline of submission is on February 10 at 12 noon. What You Need to Know: Send the resumes to (In subject line reference Aerospace Corp.) Deadline of submission is on February 10 at 12 noon.
Event Folder Center for Domain-Specific Computing (CDSC) at UCLA Fellowship Opportunity
The Center for Domain-Specific Computing (CDSC) at UCLA welcomes undergraduate students to participate in its research programs. Multiple summer research fellowships are available for summer 2014, which provide: Financial support — $5000 stipend for working full-time in summer 2014 CS 199 course credit for Spring 2014 (the student will begin reading and project preparation) Priority will be given to sophomores and juniors with a GPA of 3.33 and above. The students are responsible for their own housing and living expenses during the summer. The applicants need to provide the following: Resume Statement of research interest ( = 500 words) Transcript Please go to CDSC website at and select “Education” on top menu to view more info. If interested, please email your application to Alexandra Luong at by Feb 16, 2014. In addition, CDSC is partnering with the FOCUS program (The Frontier Opportunities in Computing for Underrepresented Students) to engage underrepresented students. If you are a student in the FOCUS program, you may indicate this in your application (this is optional). List of possible research areas/topics: Application Drivers/Microarchitectural simulation Medical imaging Computer vision Augmented reality Genomics Parallel programming Customized computing (using FPGAs and other reconfigurable architectures) Domain specific languages Compilers for heterogeneous and customizable computing Efficient runtime and operating systems (for multi-core heterogeneous systems)
Event Folder Twitter Job Opportunities
We’re hiring like crazy (especially software engineers). Twitter is consistently ranked among the top tech companies to work for:!tzcBX Here is the site with info and job postings: WHAT TO DO: 1. Apply to positions you like at the website above. 2. Email Michael Sabes at with a paragraph about yourself. Attach your resume. Let him know the job title for 1-4 positions that are listed on the site that you are qualified for an interested in. He will then be able to submit a referral. YOU MUST SUMBIT TO MICHAEL VIA EMAIL: – Completed resume – List of positions applied to – Paragraph about yourself
Event Folder Chevron Job Opportunity
We are currently looking to fill 6 Design Engineering spots for our El Segundo Refinery. Chemical Engineers and Mechanical Engineers can apply. This position is for someone who would be graduating this Spring 2014. We have a posting on Bruinview (ID#849468).
Event Folder Facebook U Internship Opportunity
Calling all freshman! FBU is a paid 8-week summer internship at Facebook to learn about mobile development and get hands-on experience developing features that will help more than a billion people around the world connect to the people and things they care about. For more information, please visit
January 2014 Archive

January 2014 Archive

File Jiaflix Enterprises Internship Opportunity
Event Folder AFRL Scholars Internship Opportunity
Our Scholars program is our version of a summer internship. It’s an excellent opportunity for students (high school, undergraduate, and graduate) to work on-site with researchers at the Air Force Research Laboratory, Space Vehicles Directorate on problems with an important national need. There are many research projects to choose from ranging from high density electronics cooling to deployable structures to space internet protocol to MEMS to space weather. All of the topics can be found at our program web site ( This great program provides the opportunity for students to complete hands-on research using state of the art facilities in a government lab environment. It’s a perfect chance for students to experience what a career at our national labs is like. The website provides a wealth of information. The application deadline is 2 February 2014, and the website is now up and running and accepting applications for next summer. Students looking for thermal systems topics should look for mentors Andrew Williams, Nick Boucher, and Brent Taft.
Event Folder California Space Grant Consortium Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program (UROP) Summer Fellowship Opportunity
–Scholarships in the amount of $1,000 will be awarded to California students for mentored-research. –Applications accepted through January 24, 2014 –Eligibility: Juniors and Seniors who are U.S. Citizens attending California Space Grant affiliate universities and colleges. For list of affiliates please visit: –Please visit the following link for full announcement, instructions, and online application:
Event Folder Discovery Communications Internship Opportunity
Discovery is currently recruiting for our paid Spring Internship program. We currently have an open position in our Enterprise Operational Services (IT) department in our LA office and believe that this would be a great opportunity for members of your organization. Please forward the following information: Students who are interested in interning with Discovery Communications this spring should send their resume to with the subject “IT Internship”. To be eligible for an internship, students must be enrolled in a university and have at least a 3.0 GPA. Department Overview: Discovery’s Information Technology department supports the company’s global business needs through streamlined and globalized IT functions and processes that guide the IT revolution at Discovery. Internship Description: Reporting to the Manager – Global IT Customer Support Services – US: This role calls for the candidate to observe and learn from the technical support specialist as they resolve escalated support issues from our IT Service Desk. They will work directly with members of the team as well as interact with internal customers on a daily basis resolving and addressing any support concerns or questions the IT Service Desk cannot resolve. The scope of day to day technical support provided can include support for our customer base for internal desktop systems software and hardware, network printers, fax machines, audio / visual hardware and software. • Shadow 2nd level technical support specialist for reported IT hardware and software issues. • Provides support for Installs/ Moves/ Additions/ and Changes (IMAC) • Maintains passwords, data integrity and file system security for the desktop environment. • Any other ad hoc responsibilities or project support as requested by the Manager-Global IT Customer Support Services Requirements: • Solid experience with Windows XP, and Mac OSX desktop and laptop system platforms, and MS Office Suites (2010 and above) • Strong organizational, analytical, and judgment skills • Strong communication (verbal and written) and customer facing skills with the ability to interface with customer base, team members, and management leadership in a professional manner • Ability to prioritize workload and meet deadlines • Show initiative when dealing with problems • Ability to lift computer systems, boxes, etc (up to 50 lbs). What You Need to Know: • This is a paid internship at their LA office • You must have a 3.0 or above to be eligible • Send your resume to with the subject “IT Internship”
Event Folder Undergraduate School on Experimental Quantum Information Processing (USEQIP) Research Opportunity
The Undergraduate School on Experimental Quantum Information Processing (USEQIP) is a one-of-a-kind, two-week program held at the University of Waterloo’s Institute for Quantum Computing (IQC) from May 26th to June 6th 2014. If you are an undergraduate student interested in quantum information processing who is one year away from graduation, this program is for you. The program consists of a mixture of lectures and over 25 hours of experimental workshops. Students of engineering, physics, chemistry, computer science and math are welcome to apply. Following the School, we also have summer-long research opportunities with one of our 23 faculty members and research assistant professors. We accept 20 students into the program. In terms of costs IQC and their partners cover meal and housing costs. You can also apply for travel bursaries. For more information about the program and how to apply, visit The deadline for applications is February 24th, 2014. We hope to see you at USEQIP 2014! What You Need to Know: • Visit for more information • This is a 2 week program occurring during the summer • Only 20 students will be accepted • Apply by February 24th
Event Folder NSF and NASA Funded Programs for Students
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:
Event Folder Center for Compact and Efficient Fluid Power (CCEFP) Research Opportunity
Summer 2014 Research Experiences for Undergraduates in Science & Engineering! Click here for more information and to apply Application Deadline: Friday, February 7, 2014 Welcome to the Center for Compact and Efficient Fluid Power (CCEFP) Research Experiences for Undergraduates(REU) Program. The program allows undergraduates to gain hands-on experience in conducting original researchand apply it to cutting edge applications in fluid power and related disciplines. The program and Center are funded by the National Science Foundation. Students come from all around the country to work at the seven universities that are part of the Center. Students have a diverse range of majors, experiences and interests. We hope that you will consider joining us this summer. Students work in a university research lab on a project related to fluid power along with a faculty advisor and graduate student mentor with expertise in the field. Projects may involve background reading of technical literature and reports, computer-aided design, mathematical modeling, fabrication designs, experimental testing and group discussions and project team meetings. Every student has a project of their own with specific responsibilities and deliverables. At the end of the summer, every student creates a scientific poster and a project report. In addition, there is a program of professional development and social activities with other REU students. REU positions are available at GeorgiaTech in Atlanta, University of Illinois in Urbana-Champaign, University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, Milwaukee School of Engineering in Milwaukee, North Ca rolina A&T State University in Greensboro, Purdue University in West Lafayette, IN and Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. Direct link to the CCEFP REU Program CCEFP: What You Need to Know: Application deadline: Friday, February 7, 2014
Event Folder Neuro-Engineering Summer Research Opportunity
Applications are due February 15th. A major thrust of this REU site is the inclusion of women students, an underrepresented demographic group in the STEM fields, as you all know well. We welcome applications from undergraduate students in all fields of engineering. Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents. NEURO-ENGINEERING SUMMER RESEARCH PROGRAM Highlights of the NSF-funded REU Site: * FOCUS: Spend your summer performing cutting-edge research in neuroengineering at a multidisciplinary environment that integrates engineering and medicine. * RESEARCH: Research Projects fall into one of four Areas: (1) Materials for Neural Tissue Engineering, (2) Neurofunctional and Neurobehavioral Analysis, (3) Multicellular Neural Tissue Engineering, and (4) Neuromuscular Control. * HOST FACULTY: Teams of Faculty from 3 Institutions in Newark, NJ: Biomedical Engineering Dept. of New Jersey Inst. Technology; Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey; and Dept. Veterans Affairs Hospital. * LOGISTICS: – Program Dates: May 18 – July 25, 2014 – Stipend of $4,500 per student – Travel stipend of up to $350. – Free-of-charge on-campus housing. – NJIT Campus is 30min from NYC. * For further information and to apply, please visit our website ( or contact us ( What You Need to Know: Applications due February 15th Applicants must be US residents or permanent residents
Event Folder Southern California Edison Internship Opportunities
Southern California Edison, one of the nation’s largest investor-owned electric utilities is an industry leader that is designing new and innovative ways to meet customer needs. They are looking for highly motivated individuals who enjoy the challenge of working on key industry changing projects. SCE’s University and Campus Relations Internship Program is scheduled for the summer of 2014, with an estimated start date of May/June 2014 and an estimated end date of August/September 2014. These summer internships help students gain real-world experience by placing them in teams within the operating units where they will work on projects that support the strategic initiatives of the business. Interns will also have the opportunity to participate in intern mixers, executive speaker series, site tours, community volunteer events, and cross-company networking. Internships are being posted daily to and BruinView, and all should be posted by mid-January. SCE is looking for a variety of majors, including engineering (primarily electrical, mechanical, and industrial), business, accounting, finance, marketing, economics, communications, environmental science, mathematics, and statistics. There are also numerous business-focused internships that are open to all types of engineers. Please apply by the end of January. Students seeking more information should visit edisonco For specific questions, please contact Rachel de St. Jean, SCE’s recruiter for UCLA, at
File Wunderlich-Malec Engineering Inc. Job Opportunity
File Technology Fellows program at UCLA’s Office of Intellectual Property & Industry Sponsored Research Internship Opportunity
<< Dear Graduate Students, I’m pleased to announce that we’re currently taking applications for the Technology Fellows program at UCLA’s Office of Intellectual Property & Industry Sponsored Research. This paid internship offers you the opportunity to use your technical expertise and research skills to gain in-depth experience in our office, which stands at the intersection of science, business, and patent law. Previous members of the program have leveraged their experience at OIP to transition into careers outside of academia, in such fields as management consulting, venture capital, technology transfer, business development, industry research, and more. We seek to recruit students from a diversity of fields in science and technology. Current and previous Fellows come from backgrounds ranging from engineering, to the life sciences, to chemistry, and to computer science, among others. Applications for the TechFellow recruitment class of 2014 will be accepted until January 31st, 2014. To apply, get to know alumni of the program, and for more information, please visit: Or, learn more about technology transfer in general at If you have questions, please don’t hesitate to e-mail us at – we look forward to hearing from you.
Event Folder TigerText Summer Internship Opportunities
TigerText is company that has grown exponentially within the last 3 years. The goal or our company is to empower organizations and individuals to securely communicate with their mobile phones. In a world where every email, every SMS and every data bit we create lives forever in some computer server, owned by some unknown company in some unknown location we believe impermanence should be an alienable right. What TigerText has created allows individuals and organization to take back control of their communications and feel secure.
Event Folder Sandisk Internship Opportunity
Are you interested in technology? Do you want to work on products used in the world’s largest data centers and entrusted by consumers around the world? SanDisk has been expanding the possibilities of data storage for more than 25 years and we’re looking for passionate engineers for internship positions to help us innovate the next breakthrough products. Stop by the Engineering and Technical Career Fair to speak with SanDisk representatives to learn more about the opportunities available. Thursday, January 23, 2014 11:00am – 3:00pm Ackerman Grand Ballroom RSVP Here: We look forward to meeting you on campus – Go Bruins! At SanDisk, we’re expanding the possibilities of data storage. Our products are used in the world’s largest data centers, embedded in the most advanced smartphones, tablets, and laptops, and entrusted by consumers around the globe. From handheld devices to hyper-scale data centers, SanDisk storage solutions make the incredible possible. Visit our website to learn more.
File Sandia National Laboratories Summer Internship Opportunity
File Undergraduate Summer Research Grant (USRG) Program Summer Research Opportunity
The Dwight Look College of Engineering at Texas A&M University invites students from your program to apply for the 2014 Undergraduate Summer Research Grant (USRG) Program. During this summer research experience, participants work closely with faculty members on current or individual research projects, attend development and GRE workshops, make a formal poster presentation of their research experience, and submit a final written report describing the results of their research. Additional information and the application can be found at Deadline: Monday, February 10, 2014. Eligibility: 1. Interest in and a desire to actively participate in ongoing or individual research projects 2. Minimum 3.25 cumulative GPA (those who fall below will be considered on a case-by-case basis) 3. Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident 4. Major in engineering or related science or math curriculum 5. Completed sophomore year (at least 60 hours) by the end of Spring 2014 (exceptions can be made on a case-by-case basis) 6. Plan to graduate no sooner than December 2014 Funding: Each participant will receive a $5,000 scholarship for support during the ten weeks. The program will also pay tuition and fees for one credit hour of a required independent study/research; provide housing; and pay up to $400 for travel expenses for non-TAMU participants. If you or your students have any questions about the program or application process, please contact Matthew Pariyothorn at or 979-845-7200.
Event Folder New Student & Transition Job Opportunity
All of the information (including job description, application and deadlines) is available on our website.
File Columbia Business School Summer Research Internship Opportunity
Columbia Business School is seeking outstanding applications for the 2014 Summer Research Internship program. This highly-selective program provides the interns with the opportunity to work on a research project with CBS’ leading faculty and researchers in finance, economics, marketing, management, decision sciences, operations, accounting, and data analytics. The program provides an intellectually stimulating environment and exposes the students to the world of business research. Several of the top interns have been selected to join CBS full-time as a Research Coordinator, many have gone on to leading PhD programs. • This is a multi-disciplinary program and candidates from all backgrounds, including business, statistics, mathematics, engineering, computer science, the physical sciences, and the social and behavioral sciences are encouraged to apply. • Enthusiasm for research and intellectual curiosity is a must. • Familiarity with statistical software, computational packages, scripting languages, databases, or general programming languages is required • The internship program is designed for students in the junior year of their undergraduate program, but exceptional sophomores and students enrolled in Master’s programs may be considered on a case-by-case basis. The program runs from June 1, 2014 – August 2, 2014. On-campus housing and a stipend will be provided. To apply, please fill out the application form at the following website: The Application Deadline is 11:59pm EST on March 2, 2014. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. The application process is highly competitive, only qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview.
File Student Engineer Program (SEP) with LADWP Job Training Opportunity
The goal of the Student Engineer Program (SEP) is to provide college-level engineering students with an experiential job training opportunity, 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 within the water, power and joint systems of the organization. Applicants are required to be enrolled as a full-time student with a declared engineering major, be at least of the sophomore level as of their program start date, and have the legal right to work in the United States. Applications are typically available in December and selections are made in early Spring. Students start work as early as May 1st. For questions about the Student Engineer Program, please email Flor Esguerra at
File Institute for Technology Advancement Internship Opportunity
Opportunities from HP and UCLA Anderson
Event Folder SONY Japan Internship Opportunity
To review our internship, please visit our website below.