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Grace Hopper Celebration 2018 Resume Database

Are you planning to attend the 2018 Grace Hopper Celebration this fall?

Are you looking for…

  • a new job on your career path?
  • an internship?
  • a first job after graduation?

Look no further! Gain an inside track to the best tech organizations.

GHC 18 sponsors will review submitted resumes for interviews, internships, and meetings. Submit your resume early.

Apply Now!

BlackRock Founders Scholarship

Do you identify as Black, Hispanic, Native American, LGBTQ+ or disabled?  Do you want the opportunity to be considered for a $17,500 merit award? Are you interested in experiencing life at the crossroads of Financial Services and Technology?  The BlackRock Founders Scholarship accelerated process could be for you!

BlackRock combines the energy and fast-paced nature of a startup with the security and resources of a leading global asset manager. Our employees embrace some of the world’s most complex financial challenges, and know the work that we are doing is having a real impact –not only on our clients, but on the industry as a whole. No matter what your level, we offer our employees real responsibility from day one–and we’ll be looking to you for your unique perspective to help us challenge the status quo.

APPLY TODAY:

  • Visit careers.blackrock.com/campusrecruitmentand click Search & Apply
  • Submit an application for BlackRock’s Summer Analyst Program
  • Enter Promo Code: “BLKSCHOLAR2019”
  • Applications open in June 2018 and are due by August 16, 2018 at 8:00AM EST.

THE PROCESS:

  • Submit your application for the 2019 Summer Analyst Program at BlackRock
  • Complete a virtual cover letter or coding test within 3 days from your application submission date
  • Participate in interviews for 2019 Summer Analyst opportunities at BlackRock
  • Candidates selected for interviews will also be invited to complete a short written response to be considered for our $17,500 merit award

 

 

Grad School Panel Discussion TOMORROW–Tuesday, 6/19

From our colleagues in the Undergraduate Research Office:

Welcome Summer Researchers!

Please join your fellow researchers and their mentors for our welcome luncheon next Tuesday. You’ll find this event and others in the on-campus activities list below.

Over 130 research assistants across the disciplines are working on summer projects with faculty mentors. It is a fun and interesting community, so make sure you take a break from your work to get to know your colleagues and enjoy a Vermont summer. More information about the summer program and on being a research assistant is available at go/summerresearch.

(l to r) Grace Zhang ‘18, Meaghan Hickey ‘18, Ben Bormann-Winter ‘18, and Nina Job ’18 take a break from their research to eat lunch.

On-Campus Activities Schedule

Welcome Luncheon, Tuesday, 6/12 at 12:00-1:00 pm in McCardell Bicentennial Great Hall
Share a casual meal with research assistants and their mentors.

Research Luncheon: Graduate School Panel, Tuesday, 6/19 from 12:00-1:00 pm in Hillcrest 103
Join newer faculty for a discussion about the graduate school experience. sign up

Research Luncheon: How to Market Your Research Skills, Tuesday, 7/10 from 12:00-1:00 pm in MBH 220
Discuss how to represent your skills and find jobs and internships that want them. sign up

Summer Research Symposium, Thursday, 7/26 at 2:00 pm in McCardell Bicentennial Great Hall
Includes a poster session with refreshments. The entire campus community is invited to attend. Abstracts to participate are due 7/19. more info

Alumni Posting: TWO Associate Software Engineer Positions Open at COGNEX

This posting comes to us from Josh Pedowitz ’16. He writes that he would be happy to pass a resume along for anyone who is interested in Cognex. If you want to get in touch or are going to apply, please contact Josh at Josh.pedowitz@cognex.com

Every day and all around the world, Cognex products are working behind the scenes to ensure quality manufacturing and improve industrial processes. Cognex is a world leader in industrial machine vision, providing solutions for image-based barcode reading and 2D and 3D inspection. Cognex pairs world-class algorithms with advanced hardware to provide high-speed and extremely effective vision systems.

Our headquarters are in Natick, MA, just 30 minutes outside Boston, but we have plenty of other engineering offices such as Portland, OR, Milwaukee, WI, and Boulder, CO. Cognex has grown considerably in the past few years and is always looking for talent. Recently, the company has decided to invest more heavily in young talent and has been hiring more new graduates. The best part about Cognex, however, is the culture. I’m sure you’ve heard every other company mention that they have unique culture, but Cognex really is something else. Every Halloween the entire company dresses in costume and spends the day celebrating, including a parade down Rt. 9 in Natick and a big party that evening at a nearby hotel. We play Ultimate Frisbee every day in the field outside our office, and have outings and events throughout the year.

There are currently two associate software engineer positions open. These are both open to new graduates and I would be happy to pass a resume along for anyone who is interested in Cognex.

  1. Cambridge, MA
  2. Portland, OR

There are plenty of other roles open ranging from non-technical to completely technical, so check out the openings at https://jobs.cognex.com/

 

Newsletter on Hiatus Over the Summer

As we rapidly approach summer break, we want to wish you the best of luck in completing your final exams and papers. We hope you’ve had a good semester and have exciting plans for summer.

While we won’t be maintaining our weekly newsletter over the summer, we encourage you to stay connected by following our career path pages here and here! We’ll be busy through the summer working on committee letters and advising students applying to medical/dental/veterinary school, but WE REMAIN OPEN TO ALL STUDENTS WITH QUESTIONS.

  • For technical questions about your professional school applications and deadlines, email Nicole.
  • To schedule an appointment with an advisor, email Mary  or Hannah with the topics you’d like to discuss and your preferred days/times.

Have you received an offer for an internship, full-time job, or admission to graduate school? Let us know!

Finally, we wish to congratulate all of our May graduates. We hope that you will stay in touch and let us know how you are doing. Have an enjoyable, productive, and safe summer!

~The HP/STEM Team

(Mary, Hannah, & Nicole)

Still looking for STEM Internships? Check out these opportunities in Handshake!

Data Science Internship at Datagne

Deadline May 18thDatagne is the next-generation security company, leading a new era in cybersecurity by safely enabling applications and preventing cyber breaches for tens of thousands of organizations worldwide. If you are motivated, intelligent, creative, hardworking and want to make an impact, then this job is for you!


Technical Support Summer Intern at Datagne

Deadline May 18thDatagne – Ready to get involved in getting involved in our network within our organization! We are seeking an intern that is willing to be on the front line of attack solving technical problems.


Software Engineer Intern- Computer Security at Rocket Software

Deadline May 21stRocket Software is looking for a passionate Software Engineer to help us enhance and create computer security products. Work topics include compliance, intrusion prevention, deep learning, vulnerability management, and behavioral analysis. We provide the freedom to execute, learn and pivot, and the responsibility to be self-directed, collaborative and insightful.


2-Year, Tuition Free Apprenticeship at Horizons School of Technology

Deadline May 25th – Apply to Horizons Immersive – learn practical programming skills and intern with a Bay Area startup alongside hundreds of top college students from around the world (Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Oxford, Penn/Wharton, and more).


Software Engineering Intern at Staple Health

Deadline May 25th Staple Health is seeking Computer Science students with a passion for simplifying healthcare data. At Staple Health, you will be given the opportunity to pursue a project improving one of three main areas of our production software stack, all critical to our future business.


Machine Learning Intern at Rocket Software

 Deadline May 28th – The Emerging Technology Research team at Rocket Software is looking for a passionate Machine Learning Engineer to help us implement and deploy advanced analytic models that enable the intelligence for an enterprise scale real-time cognitive feedback engine. You will work on building, publishing and measuring machine learning models for enterprise IT to analyze, predict faults, recommend mitigation strategies based on trade-off analytics, and predict user behavior for a better more intuitive experience.


Product Management Intern at MobilizeAmerica

Deadline May 31stMobilizeAmerica is a product-driven organization. We build tools for progressive campaigns, political parties, and organizations to mobilize their members to action — and in doing so, to elect Democrats up-and-down the ticket. That’s why were looking for an enthusiastic self-starter to help us design, build, and roll out the next frontier of tools this summer.

How a Common Job Interview Question Fuels the Gender Pay Gap (and How to Stop It)

“Aileen Rizo was training math teachers in the public schools in Fresno, Calif., when she discovered that her male colleagues with comparable jobs were being paid significantly more.

She was told there was a justifiable reason: Employees’ pay was based on their salaries at previous jobs, and she had been paid less than they had earlier in their careers.

Ms. Rizo, who is now running for the California State Assembly, sued. In April, the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled in her favor, saying that prior salary could not be used to justify a wage gap between male and female employees.

It’s the latest sign that this has become the policy of choice for shrinking the gender pay gap. Several states, cities and companies have recently banned asking about salary history. They include Massachusetts, California, New York City and Chicago, as well as Amazon, Google and Starbucks.”

Read the rest of the New York Times piece here.