Author Archives: Nicole Veilleux

Software Engineer (Entry Level) at Viagogo

About Us

viagogo is a global online platform for live sport, music and entertainment tickets. viagogo aims to provide ticket buyers with the widest possible choice of tickets to events across the world, and helps ticket sellers ranging from individuals with a spare ticket to large multi-national event organizers reach a global audience.
viagogo has partnered with many of the world’s leading brands in sport and entertainment, and has helped customers from almost every country in the world access tickets to their favorite events in the language, currency and on the device of their choice.

What do they look for?

You love to code and you’re in the final year of your computer science (or related) degree. That’s it. Whether databases are your thing or you spend your evenings creating awesome designs for your web page, if you’re super passionate about your craft, you’ll fit in perfectly.

Lots of Positions Open with Epic Games


Contribute to the unrelenting focus on innovation, quality and community that defines them.

At the core of Epic’s success are talented, passionate employees. Epic prides itself on creating a collaborative, welcoming, and creative environment. Whether it’s building award-winning games or crafting game engine technology that enables others to make visually stunning interactive experiences, we’re always innovating.
They are hiring for a LOT of internship positions, below is a sampling we thought you might be interested in. Application deadlines are all December 21, 2018.


How a liberal arts education prepared one grad for medicine

A self-professed science geek, Anand Chukka arrived at Washington University in St. Louis eager to prepare for a career in medicine. As a December degree candidate, he has accomplished just that. He majored in biochemistry in Arts & Sciences; conducted medical research in labs in St. Louis, Boston and San Francisco; and serves as co-president of GlobeMed, a student-run nonprofit that addresses health inequities.

But he also majored in American culture studies in Arts & Sciences, a decision that reaffirmed his passion for medicine and positions him to be a better doctor.

“I have learned that health is not just CRISPR and gene editing,” Chukka said. “It is economic policy and the criminal justice system. It’s housing ordinances and racial policies. My courses in American culture studies taught me to take a more holistic view. I understand now that culture shapes policy and policy shapes health outcomes.”

Read the full “theSOURCE” article by here.

Free Kaplan MCAT Prep Study Break starts December 21

Kaplan has winter break goodies for everyone: 6 days of free, live MCAT help for students!

Free MCAT Prep Study Break, December 21-30

You can make the most of their winter break and get a jump on your MCAT prep. Kaplan’s top-rated experts will review high-yield science topics, offer a practice test, and teach time-saving strategies in livestreamed sessions.

Learn more here.

Clinical Research Coordinator Position in the Snapper Lab at Boston Children’s Hospital

Brought to you by Sarah Wall ’16

At Boston Children’s Hospital, success is measured in patients treated, parents comforted and teams taught. It’s in discoveries made, processes perfected, and technology advanced. In major medical breakthroughs and small acts of kindness. And in colleagues who have your back and patients who have your heart. As the teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School, their reach is global and their impact is profound. Join their acclaimed Division of GI/Nutrition and discover how your talents can change lives. Yours included.

They are looking for a talented and motivated Clinical Research Assistant I to join Dr. Scott Snapper’s Lab in the IBD Center at Boston Children’s Hospital. You will be working with a research team that is focused on better understanding the genetic, environmental, and microbial factors that lead to the pathogenesis of Inflammatory Bowel Disease. To advance their understanding of this complex disease, they leverage expertise in gastroenterology, mucosal immunology, genomics/bioinformatics, and translational medicine. They are looking for a person who is motivated, eager to learn and will work well in a quickly adaptive environment.

This Clinical Research Assistant I will be responsible for:

  • Coordinating various clinical and translational research studies.
  • Recruiting and enrolling study participants in an inpatient and outpatient clinical setting.
  • Collecting and processing of biological specimens.
  • Completing data entry for active studies.
  • Assisting with the analysis of clinical metadata compiled through various databases.
  • Performing a variety of innovative translational and clinical research studies.
  • Opportunities that exist, depending on interest and need, for involvement in studies related to analysis of human sequencing data, as well as translational research techniques.

Learn more about the position on their website.

SAVE THE DATE: Health Professions Winter-Term Seminar Series

Interested in Health Professions? Check out our Winter-Term Seminar Series:

Tuesday, January 8

Medical School Applicant Panel
7:00 p.m. in Coltrane Lounge
We are excited to welcome a panel of current UVM medical school students back to campus. Come hear about the application process from students who just went through the cycle.

MCAT Peer Advice Panel
8:15 p.m. ion Coltrane Lounge
Following the alumni panel, the Pre-Health Society will host their yearly MCAT panel discussion featuring students who took the MCATS this past summer. We’ll learn their study schedules, what prep materials they found useful, any tricks and tips that were helpful and test-day strategies. We’ll also feature an alum who took the MCATS post-graduation while working full time.

Pizza will be served between panels.

Tuesday, January 15

Physician Assistant and Nurse Practitioner Panel
7:00 p.m. in Coltrane Lounge
Come hear a robust conversation about two popular allied health professions. We’ll hear from recent alumni who are currently in PA and NP schools as well as from local practitioners in both fields.

Hot cocoa and cookies will be served.

Tuesday, January 22

LGBTQ in the U.S. Army
6:00 p.m. in Coltrane Lounge
Join Col. Joshua S. Hawley-Molloy, program director of the International Medicine Residency for the San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium, for a discussion of LGBTQ issues as they relate to the military.

U.S. Army Suture Clinic
7:00 p.m. in Coltrane Lounge
The U.S. Army will be hosting a hands-on Suture Clinic. This workshop will be a great learning experience for those who are considering medicine as a career path, or for those who just want to gain a new skill!

Food will be served between events.

Frankel Cardiovascular Center Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship

Application opens December 14th! Deadline January 31.

The Samuel and Jean Frankel Cardiovascular Center is pleased to offer a 10 week undergraduate summer fellowship program to support undergraduate students who are interested in cardiovascular research. Each student will be matched, based on his or her interests, to a laboratory that is led by a faculty member of the University of Michigan Frankel Cardiovascular Center.

This collection of laboratories is involved in nationally recognized research in topics such as atherosclerosis, genetic cardiomyopathies, blood clotting disorders, cardiac arrhythmias, vascular biology, and heart failure.

Read more about the fellowship and gain access to the application link on December 14th.