This position is brought to you by recent grad, Eliza Jaeger. Highly interested candidates can email Eliza directly instead of applying through the Columbia job portal. Eliza works at Axel Lab where they work with both fly and mouse models of behavior, and they primarily study the neuroscience of olfaction. You can read more about the lab at: axellab.columbia.edu. The lab is looking for new technicians this year. If you’re a neuroscience graduate who might be interested, reach out to Eliza.
SunCommon® believes that everyone has the right to a healthy environment and brighter future – and renewable energy is where it starts.
Energy from the sun can power our lives and build vibrant communities. SunCommon’s mission is to tear down barriers to clean energy and use their business as a force for good.
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“We are succeeding by celebrating creativity, cross-functional collaboration, high energy, hard work, good play, deep networking and acknowledging that we’ll each make mistakes and learn from them. We know success. We know fun. Come do both with us.”
Their open positions are listed on their website. To apply to their Vermont clean energy jobs, prepare your resume and cover letter (both in PDF format) describing what interests you about the position, why you believe you’d succeed at it, and one of your greatest accomplishments. Please do include a cover letter – it helps them get to know you!
During December, UNH TRRE is hosting virtual information sessions every Tuesday at 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm.
Teacher Residency for Rural Education (TRRE) is a grant-funded program from the U.S. Department of Education which prepares teachers to work in rural, high-need NH schools. TRRE offers an opportunity for individuals to earn a master’s degree in education from UNH and an initial NH teacher certification in elementary or secondary, math or science. Accepted residents participate in a summer institute, a community internship, and a year-long residency at a partnership school in rural NH.
Teaching residents are provided with a $28,000 living stipend, new laptop computer, and 50% tuition discount during the 15-month program. In return, residents commit to working in a rural, high- needs NH school for three years upon graduation, during which time they benefit from two years of mentoring and induction support.
Interested? Learn more online.
Did you miss the Vermont Tech Jam this past weekend? Not to worry, we went on your behalf and learned quite a bit about job opportunities in Vermont! In the coming weeks we will be highlighting Vermont employers, so if you are looking to stay in VT for a summer internship, or a full-time job opportunity, follow our blog to learn about the many options right here in Vermont!
Data Innovations is the world’s largest and most successful clinical and blood laboratory middleware company.
Founded in 1989, and headquartered in South Burlington, VT, Data Innovations (DI) has offices in the United States, Belgium, Brazil, and Hong Kong. DI provides laboratories around the world with solutions that range from connectivity to full workflow management. Standardization, flexibility, control and quality are some of the reasons why more than 6,000 customers worldwide have DI in their labs.
DI continues to grow and is hiring! You’ll have great co-workers, benefits, and a dog-friendly work environment! Check out their open positions on the DI website.
Your student leaders at the Middle Endian Club and Women in CS are hosting LiveRamp on campus Tuesday, October 17 and Wednesday, October 18. This is a great opportunity to meet with LiveRamp representative and Midd Grad, Sherif Nada in a small setting.
There is a special charm to working at a mid-sized, high growth technology company. Quick & nimble like a startup, but the stability, process, and support of a public marketing data giant – it’s the best of both worlds. LiveRamp is in a distinct position as the leader of people-based marketing in a world with ever-growing amounts of unique data. Our product connects customer in-store transaction data to anonymous online identities in order for brands to reach the right customer at the right time with the right message.
We encourage you to join their Information Sessions to discover more about LiveRamp’s business & engineering teams, learn about aspiring leaders & their stories, familiarize yourself with our open career
opportunities, and gain some interviewing tips.
Speaker: Sherif Nada, ’16, Software Engineer
Sherif graduated from Middlebury College in 2016 as a Math & Computer Science double major. During his time at Midd, he founded the Middle Endian Club, participated in programming competitions, and drank a whole lot of cider. As a big data engineer at LiveRamp, he regularly gets to design, implement, and maintain petabyte-scale Hadoop applications on LiveRamp’s 3000+ node Hadoop cluster. In his free time, Sherif likes to kayak in the SF Bay.
Who is LiveRamp: LiveRamp offers brands and the companies they work with identity resolution that is integrated throughout the digital ecosystem, providing the foundation for true omnichannel marketing. Their services transform the technology platforms used by our clients into people-based marketing channels that improve the relevancy of marketing and ultimately allow consumers to better connect with the brands and products they love.
- Info Session: Tuesday, October 17 from 6:00-7:00 pm in BiHall 438 – hosted by the Middle Endian Club
- Info Session: Wednesday, October 18 from 11:30 am-12:30 pm (location TBD) – hosted by WiCS++
- Resume Review Workshop: Wednesday, October 18 from 5:00-7:00 pm in BiHall 438 – hosted by Middle Endian Club
Are you getting a bachelor’s degree in Chemistry or related science? Did you know that adding a master’s degree in Chemical Engineering can greatly enhance your career opportunities? Consider Columbia University’s Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science.
Their Scientist to Engineer Program is an intensive, accelerated program designed especially for new M. students without a BS in Chemical Engineering. This program covers the essentials of the entire undergraduate curriculum, followed by a standard MS program. Typically this can all be accomplished in three semesters.
Interested in learning more? www.cheme.columbia.edu.
- An Ivy League education in New York City, the multicultural capital of the world
- Get the “know-how” to advance more rapidly in industry
- A flexible curriculum, including courses in other branches of engineering or graduate subjects
- Focused courses taught by experienced academic and industrial professionals
MS Application deadlines: Spring Term – October 1, 2017, Fall Term – February 15, 2018.
Are you working on a large writing project? Scrivener can help! Scrivener is a software program that breaks down your writing into manageable “chunks” and brings your research and writing together into a single conceptual work space. You will learn how to create a new writing project in Scrivener, import existing work, and how to outline, research, and write with Scrivener’s unique features. A limited number of free licenses can be obtained by thesis students who participate in the Middlebury pilot. Instructor: Stacy Reardon. To sign up, visit go.middlebury.edu/scrivenerworkshop.