The National Security Agency (NSA) is the intelligence community’s leading agency in signals intelligence and information assurance. Join us when a recruiter, Caitlin Zohdi, from the NSA Office of External Recruitment and Hiring is on campus.
Thursday, September 27
4:30 pm in Hillcrest 103 for a group information session
You can also have the opportunity to speak 1:1 with a recruiter by signing up for a 20 minute appointment on Handshake:
If you have interest in talking about only language opportunities with NSA, sign up here
If you have interest in talking about STEM or language opportunities with NSA, sign up here
Join Caitlin to learn more about both summer internships and full-time positions in fields such as Computer Science, Data Analytics, Cybersecurity, Information Assurance, Cryptanalysis, and Mathematics.
You can also attend and learn about Foreign Language Analysis and learn how you can use your language skills to help the US. Language analysts evaluate foreign communications and work directly with their understanding of nuance, context and cultural overtones to produce translations and reports.
In addition to these events, there are multiple internship and jobs at NSA posted on Handshake. Browse around. Most deadlines are October 15 or 30. You can also learn more at: https://www.intelligence.gov/careers
If you’re not able to get to CCI during the regular Quick Question hours, Nadani Dixon, CCI Peer Career Advisor (PCA), will be hosting September Pop-Up hours in the BiHall Great Hall every Monday from 7:00-9:00 PM or in Proctor Lounge Mondays 2:30-4:30 PM. Find her there to:
Develop and review resumes and cover letters
Search for internship and employment opportunities
Prepare for interviews
Access resources like Handshake
Refer you to appropriate CCI advisors
Nadani in her own words: “I’m a junior Computer Science major and Gender, Sexuality & Feminism Studies minor from Kingston, Jamaica. At Middlebury, in addition to CS and GSFS, I’ve taken classes in Middle Eastern History, Dance, Math, Sociology/Anthropology and Chemistry. At Middlebury, I’m involved in RIDDIM World Dance Troupe as the Treasurer for 2018-2019, Pan Caribbean Student Organization (PCSO), Black Student Union (BSU), the American Chemical Society, Women in Computer Science (wiCs++) and Steam Girls as one of the Co-directors. I’m interested in the role technology plays in our world today: the challenges and benefits. Simply, the factors, ideas and beliefs that make it a controversial tool and how it is used in our 21st century world.
On campus, I’ve worked as the Dance Technical Director and Performing Arts Series Intern. In Summer 2017, I interned at the Office of Digital Learning and Inquiry here on campus as the Digital Pedagogy and Instructional Design intern. During my internship, I created an app for the Middlebury Museum of Art, developed and design WordPress sites, researched critical digital pedagogy and more. Last summer, I interned at Team4Tech on a project in Costa Rica focused on improving education through technological implementations and teacher training. I love to swim, dance, plan and organize events, practice yoga and garden. I’m excited to be a PCA and look forward to meeting you and answering any and all questions you may have.”
Nadani is an incredible resource and we are thrilled to have her part of our team!
Super Senior Febs and Seniors with STEM majors, check this out!
Application deadline November 30th.
Wayfair Analytics is the engine that powers an enterprise obsessed with data. They move fast, iterating quickly on big business problems. They work smart, applying technology to accelerate unlocking insights and providing out-sized value to their customers. They swing big, knowing their customers won’t benefit from micro optimizations. They treat data as a resource; making information globally accessible and eliminating silos. If you want to join a team with these traits in their DNA, check out the full job description in Handshake.
Ideal Candidate: An aspiring Data Analyst with a quantitative background who has a strong desire to make an impact on business decisions with data. You appreciate the power of a data-driven environment and predictive analytics!
Are you intellectually curious, with a passion for solving complex business problems?
Do you thrive in a collaborative environment?
Would you enjoy interacting with clients and academics?
If so, Analysis Group might be right for you! They provide expertise in economics, finance, health care analytics, and strategy to top law firms, Fortune Global 500 companies, global health care corporations, and government agencies.
They are a collegial, supportive, research-oriented environment, with a focus on delivering the highest-quality work to their clients.
Analysis Group will be on campus!
Information Session: Monday, September 24 from 6:00-7:00 PM in Hillcrest 103
On Campus Interviews: Wednesday, October 3
Analyst – application deadline 9/25 – sign up for on campus interviews via the Handshake post
If you have a degree in Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics or a related degree with an emphasis on software, here is your opportunity to pursue an exciting career with Raytheon!
If you want to apply your engineering knowledge and skills to build complex, real-time software which controls highly sophisticated defense and civil systems which are currently deployed in more than 80 countries around the globe, then Integrated Defense Systems’ Software Engineering Directorate (SED) is the place for you!
SED is the central focus for real-time software development, integration, test and validation activities for IDS’s four core capabilities.
Super Senior Febs and Seniors interested in IT – application deadline October 5th at 7:00 PM.
Are you ready to build something great with your career? Discover the wide range of possibilities in information technology (IT) at Kaiser Permanente. You’ll gain diverse technical skills and experience as you take part in multiple teams across IT specialties. Join the ranks of the next generation of technology experts at Kaiser Permanente. Highlights of this experience include:
Four, six-month rotations in various teams across IT
Practical, hands-on experience
Coaching and training in a variety of technical specialties
Mentorship and networking
Program Duration: Participants are hired as Technology Associates who progress through four, six-month rotations across Kaiser Permanente’s IT organization. The program is full-time — 8 hours per day, 40 hours per week — and lasts 2 years.
Location: Rotations are currently based throughout our Bay Area office locations in Northern California and in our Southern California region.
Areas of Focus: As an associate, you’ll get an inside look at the nation’s leading nonprofit health plan and integrated care organization. You’ll also gain experience in multiple technical disciplines that are foundational to a career in technology:
Full Technology Stack Exposure, from Data Centers to Mobility Applications
Integrated Information Technology Governance
Solution/Software Development Lifecycle
Some examples of your rotations may include:
Advanced Analytics & Data Science
Application Management & Improvement
Cloud Computing & Mobile Platforms
Data Modeling & Database Design
Enterprise Systems Architecture
Technology Vendor Evaluation & Testing
Recent graduates including December 2018 graduates are welcome to apply. Program start date will be January 2019.