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STEM Jobs for 2020 Grads

Associate Software Engineering Program, Fitch Group, Chicago, IL

Opportunity expires May 29, 2020

The Enterprise Technology team is seeking new graduates to join their Associate Software Engineer Program. The 12-month rotational program will give candidates the training they need to become a successful software engineer within the Enterprise Technology team.

Fitch Groups’ Enterprise Technology team uses its technical expertise to deliver world-class and innovative solutions to its Fitch Ratings customers, providing critical information and capabilities that are used to run the business. The aim is to enable the Ratings businesses to operate more effectively, with better information, to produce the best quality ratings and research in a timely manner.

Data Associate, Amazon, Medford, MA

Opportunity expires May 29, 2020

The Alexa Data Services (ADS) organization provides data creation, curation, and analytics services to help develop, test, and train the Alexa AI. We work closely with internal customers like Machine Learning Science modeling teams, providing the critical data they need to improve Alexa’s Automatic Speech Recognition and Natural Language Understanding models and domain features.

We are hiring Data Associates in our Medford, MA, location for our data team to work on transcriptions for Automatic Speech Recognition, semantic annotation for Natural Language Understanding, and dialogue evaluation for improving overall customer interaction with Alexa. You will focus on speech and language data, primarily in the areas of transcription, text annotation, and general data analysis to meet the internal customer’s request.

Software Engineering Consultant, INVENSITY, Detroit, MI

Opportunity expires May 31, 2020

We are an innovation and technology consultancy with an international orientation. We support our customers with individual solutions for technological challenges throughout the entire development process. Our customers are mainly from the high-tech industry, specially in the automotive industry in our Detroit Office.

Entry Level Software Developer, Healthcare Legal Solutions, Washington, DC

Opportunity expires May 31, 2020

Healthcare Legal Solutions, LLC, is a healthcare collections firm that provides denial management, consulting, and corporate collections services to hospitals and health systems. We are a small, fast-growing firm with lots of opportunities for new employees to prove themselves and a great team culture.

Research Associate, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley, CA

Opportunity expires July 19, 2020

Berkeley’s Lab Biological Systems and Engineering Division has an opening for a Research Associate. The Research Associate will support scientists and senior research associates involved in genetic engineering, functional genomics, control of gene expression, studies of heterochromatin, characterization of cDNAs, sequencing and high-throughput production of proteomics resources. The successful candidate will perform semi-routine research assignments including molecular biological procedures, data collection, and processing of data along with minimal analysis, and sample preparation.

Associate Computational Biologist I– MGH- Single Cell Genomics Research- Villani Lab, Boston, MA

Opportunity expires July 31, 2020

This position offers the opportunity to employ the cutting-edge of computational biology, machine learning, and statistical research to solve important problems in health and disease related to the human immune system, autoimmune diseases, and cancer. Single cell genomics is revolutionizing our understanding of biology–from redefining our understanding of the types of cells, a fundamental unit in biology, to translating this knowledge to better understand disease phenotypes and the implications of this to therapeutics. We are looking for a highly motivated and talented individual with a computational background to join our efforts. This position represents an exciting opportunity to work as a member of an interdisciplinary team of biologists, laboratory scientists, computational biologists, and physicians working together on transformative translational efforts that are bridging between the clinical and research interfaces. Our research program is developing and implementing unbiased experimental and computational strategies that can directly survey the human immune system in order to define at high resolution the key processes and players underlying healthy human immune responses as a foundation for understanding how immunity is dysregulated in diseases.

Research Associate, Columbia University, Department of Neuroscience, New York, NY

Opportunity expires August 3, 2020

Dr. Richard Axel’s laboratory is seeking a research assistant position to assist with a project studying cognition and curiosity-like behavior in mice. The incumbent will manage day-to-day animal training in cognitive tasks under the close supervision and mentorship of a postdoctoral researcher. This position offers the opportunity to gain training and research experience in systems neuroscience in a cutting-edge research environment.

HP Jobs for 2020 Grads

Research Assistant Behavioral Cancer Research, Georgetown University-Cancer Prevention and Control Program, Washington, DC

Opportunity expires May 31, 2020

The Cancer Prevention and Control Program at the Lombardi Comprehensive Cancer Center of Georgetown University has an opening for multiple full-time research assistants. The research assistants will work on a team conducting NIH-funded studies focused on behavioral aspects of cancer genetic testing for men and women who are at high risk for cancer. Responsibilities include data management, conducting interviews with study participants, participating in the development of study interventions, and general study management. There will be opportunities for data analysis and collaborating on abstracts and manuscripts.

Research Data Specialist-Dana Farber Cancer Institute, Hematologic Malignancies, Boston, MA

Opportunity expires May 31, 2020

The Research Data Specialist will support the Leukemia clinical research program at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, under the auspices of the Principal Investigator, Dr. Coleman Lindsley, in the areas of data collection, computing, and database organization. These job duties will be primarily related to capturing clinical, genomic, and pathologic information on patients with hematologic abnormalities, including patients with acute leukemia and other blood cancers.

Clinical Research Coordinator Breast Oncology, Massachusetts General Hospital, Cambridge, MA

Opportunity expires June 5, 2020

The Clinical Research Associate/Clinical Research Coordinator II works independently under general supervision to enroll eligible patients to clinical protocols and manage all aspects of data collection and submission for multiple cancer studies. The CRA/CRC II may require clinical skills such as phlebotomy, EKG, vital signs and laboratory responsibilities of blood, tissue and urine procurement, processing and shipping.

Community Health Project Fellow, Southwestern Vermont Medical Center, Bennington, VT

Opportunity expires June 10, 2020

Come enjoy the idyllic mountains of southwestern Vermont while making an impact. Join the fight against the opioid epidemic by designing and implementing projects that address opioid use and its causes within the community. Gain healthcare experience and collaborate with a vibrant and energetic group of nonprofit partners while building your portfolio.

Utilize your unique skillset to design projects that prevent youth substance abuse, minimize overdose deaths, and support individuals in recovery from substance use disorder. This year-long position provides unique professional development opportunities and improvements to your résumé while also creating sustainable tools to address substance use in Bennington County.

Lab Technician, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX

Opportunity expires June 10, 2020

The Jiang Lab at Baylor College of Medicine and Neurological Res Inst at Texas Children’s Hospital is looking for a full-time lab technician who orders and maintains laboratory supplies and equipment; maintains mouse colonies, genotyping, PCR, preparing for single cell RNA-sequencing; performs basic immunostaining and other histological staining; collects, compiles, and analyzes data; and documents the results of experiments.

Immunotherapy Research Technician, School of Medicine-Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, Missouri

Opportunity expires June 11, 2020

Our ultimate goal is to develop new cures for cancer patients by modifying immune cells. CAR T-cell therapy has dramatically improved the long term survival of relapsed/refractory leukemia patients, demonstrating that we can achieve new levels of cure for aggressive and otherwise terminal cancers using this strategy. We are specifically working to extend this technology to a wider range of cancers. The laboratory focuses on designing and cloning novel CARs, introducing them into T cells and other immune cells, and testing their efficacy against solid tumors (currently pancreatic cancer, breast cancer, glioblastoma, and prostrate cancer).

Since the CAR T cell field is quickly expanding and is very competitive, we are seeking highly motivated individuals who are passionate and dedicated to developing these new cancer technologies. The position entails working with a small and dedicated group in the fields of immunology and cancer biology. The successful candidate will have relevant educational and practical experience in the laboratory, preferably with immunology, cell culture, or molecular biology experience.

Lab Research Assistant, Stanford School of Medicine, Stanford, CA

Opportunity expires June 15, 2020

The Yoon Lab in the Stanford University Department of Psychiatry and the Palo Alto VA is seeking applicants for a full-time research assistant. The main focus of the lab is the investigation of the brain mechanisms involved in psychosis and schizophrenia. We are currently conducting a variety of neuroimaging, rTMS, and behavioral studies.

The ideal candidate will have both strong interpersonal and technical skills in order to fulfill the diverse roles required by this position. S/he will be involved in all aspects of operations, including: subject recruitment, scheduling, and coordination; maintaining clinical and experimental data and paperwork; conducting neuroimaging experiments, neuroimaging processing and analysis. Experience with neuroimaging and computer programming in Matlab or related platforms, as well as conducting human research, will be very helpful. This position would be ideal for individuals who will be applying for medical school or graduate studies in neuroscience or cognitive psychology.

Clinical Research Assistant-Cancer Genomics & Health Disparities, City of Hope, Duarte, CA

Opportunity expires June 15, 2020

City of Hope, an innovative biomedical research, treatment, and educational institution with over 6,000 employees, is dedicated to the prevention and cure of cancer and other life-threatening diseases and guided by a compassionate, patient-centered philosophy.

The Departments of Population Sciences and Surgery at the City of Hope National Medical Center invites applications for a Clinical Research Assistant with interest in cancer genomics, lung cancer, public health, patient literacy and education, and improving accessibility of care through health-related technology. The Clinical Research Assistant will join a research team that investigates the role of cancer genomics and health disparities outcomes, as well as health-related technology in improving accessibility of cancer genomics information, identifying lung cancer risk factors using a prospective cohort of patients, and integrating technology to improve health literacy.

Research Assistant II BWH Cardiac Surgery, Brigham Health, Boston, MA

Opportunity expires June 30, 2020

Working independently and under very general supervision from a manager or Principal investigator, provides support to clinical research studies. May be responsible for the following activities: making independent judgment of suitability of potential participants for clinical trials, developing and implementing patient recruitment strategies, recommending changes to protocols, and overseeing the work of more entry level staff.

Laboratory Technician III-Microbiology, The Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth, Lebanon, NH

Opportunity expires June 30, 2020

Serve as an integral member of the Obar Lab research team exploring immunity following respiratory infection with fungal pathogens through completion of project(s) objectives, facilitate project planning, execution of experiments individually or in collaboration with other team members, communicate project status to PI and other laboratory team member using both oral presentations and written report, maintain laboratory supplies, and work effectively toward problem resolution.

Research Assistant in Digital Mental Health/Data Science, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Boston, MA

Opportunity expires August 8, 2020

Our group has several focuses including 1) investigating smartphone based digital phenotyping to predict relapse in mental health and 2) developing digital health tools for college mental health. Our goal is to understand how digital signals generated by everyday use of smartphones may be associated with symptomatology and to improve the quality and accessibility of treatment for mental illness through education, research, and innovation in digital psychiatry. We also seek to design mental health interventions offered via digital health. A working knowledge of statistics and computer science is necessary as is programming in R or Python. Opportunities are also available for the research assistant to be involved in supervised clinical and neurocognitive assessments.

Research Assistant II-BWH Center for Surgery and Public Health, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA

Opportunity expires August 13, 2020

The RA II will primarily be involved in a study we are conducting that uses case studies at different healthcare systems across the US as a part of a NIH-funded study focused on advanced care planning (ACP) discussions between patients and their doctors. ACP refers to discussions around patient values and preferences for their care as they become seriously ill, including end of life discussions. This study uses both quantitative and qualitative methods, including quantitative data analysis of Medicare claims data ad qualitative data collection through interviews, case studies, and focus groups. The RA will be involved with other studies or projects as they arise.

Research Assistant, Meyers Primary Care Institute, Worcester, MA

Opportunity expires August 31, 2020

The Institute is seeking a full time Research Assistant to provide support for ongoing research studies in the areas of epidemiology, health services, health communication, geriatrics, and other areas. The Research Assistant will also provide support for educational initiatives.

Article: Graduating Into A Bad Job Market–10 Job Search Tips for Recent Grads

By Caroline Ceniza-Levine May 16, 2020

What happens to recent graduates if job supply decreases? –Gabriela, Class of 2020, Masters of International Marketing

If you’re a recent graduate and eyeing the dismal unemployment figures (worst since the Great Depression!), stop doing that. There are more important numbers to track than general job market statistics (I list 10 such numbers here, such as specific news about markets you are interested in). Similarly, Gabriela asks about the fate of recent graduates in general, but I recommend that she focuses on her prospects specifically.

I don’t mean to encourage everyone-for-themselves thinking, but when you’re starting out in your career, the first hire you should be worried about is your own. This ensures that you take on something doable (i.e., land one job) and not something too overwhelming (i.e., saving the world). When you are gainfully employed, you have more bandwidth to contribute–referring leads to others, volunteering with your alma mater to help younger classes, mentoring others, etc.

Whether you are graduating into a bad job market or the best market in years, there is always hiring happening somewhere, and there is a lot you can do to help yourself to get hired. Here are 10 job search tips for recent grads:

1- Get your mindset ready for a job search

Spending too much time belaboring the bad market news doesn’t just take your eye off the other, more helpful data, but it also pries you to expect the worst. Every job search has down moments–your application doesn’t get a response, your networking invite is declined, your interview doesn’t lead to a callback. I don’t know a single candidate who has had a seamlessly positive job search–this is from 20+ years of recruiting, including hiring thousands of interns and recent graduates as Head of Campus Recruiting for a global media company. There will be ups and downs–pandemic or not–so be prepared for some discomfort but be confident that you’ll persevere to a happy outcome.

2- Treat your job search like your first job

If you graduated without an offer in hand, your job search is your first job. Spend the 40 hours a week you would have reported to the office to work on your job search–reading up on your areas of interest, researching specific companies, applying to job opportunities, networking with people, updating your marketing material, etc. There is a lot to do for your job search (here are seven suggestions for items to prepare), so don’t wait too long to get started. You might get complacent and lose the enthusiasm and urgency to land a job. You also might let too much time go by, realize your savings are dwindling (or your parents’ patience is running thin) and then feel like you have to land in a hurry.

3- Control what you can control

Knowing there will be ups and downs, you can’t control for a positive outcome every time, but you can control that you put yourself out there and that you showcased yourself in the best possible light. So instead of focusing on how many companies called you in, focus on how many applications you sent out. Instead of focusing on how many people referred you, focus on the number of people you contacted. You can’t fully control the result, but you can control your effort. Your efforts are the metric that you should track.

4- Go broad with your options

Always have multiple leads in play, especially in a down market where you can’t be sure who is hiring, how many jobs, and how quickly. Companies may have old postings up there where budget has actually disappeared. Or a company may have openings but hasn’t posted anything because they’re so short-staffed because of the pandemic. In a down market, recruiting can be chaotic, so you need to cast a wide net. Go after several industries, multiple companies, even multiple roles. Sure, you might have a dream job at a dream company in mind, and you should go for that. But be open to other possibilities as well.

5- Go deep with your research

While you’re going broad with your options, you still want to go deep with your research and know enough about companies and roles you’re applying for. The best applications are targeted to a specific opportunity–with relevant keywords and examples. The best interviews are when the candidate can position their background to what the company and the job opening require. You need deep research to tailor your job search activity effectively.

6- Be prepared to answer the obvious

Why should I hire you? What do you want? Why do you want to work here? The vetting process will not be easier for you because it’s an entry-level role. Employers still want to know that you are qualified, that you will be enthusiastic about the work, and that you will be enthusiastic about working with them specifically.

7- Lean into your network (yes, you have one!)

Your classmates, your professors, your office of career services, your parents’ connections–you have a significant network. Word-of-mouth referral is significant, even for experienced professionals who have an established track record from previous jobs. As a recent graduate, you don’t have much of a track record (though internships, part-time jobs, and volunteer work do make a difference). Therefore, you want to maximize introductions, referrals, and references that you can get from people who already know, like, and trust you. Remember to reciprocate as you hear of leads and especially when you land!

8- Measure your progress and course-correct as needed

As you get your job search going, your results are in your efforts–the number of networking outreach attempts, the number of initial interview meetings. However, as your search extends, those initial efforts should yield additional results that track progress–the number of leads that come out of networking, the number of callbacks that come from the initial interviews. Your search should be leading to job offers ultimately, and if you’re finding that you’re sending out applications but not getting called in, or getting one meeting but no more, you need to course correct as needed.

9- Be willing to redo and reconsider

If your search is stuck, you need to change something. If you are getting leads to jobs that don’t interest you, you may need to be clearer about what you’re looking for. Or maybe your LinkedIn or résumé needs to change. If you are getting that first meeting but no callbacks, you need to brush up on your interview technique. Your progress is market feedback on what’s working. Until you have a job, stay open-minded and curious about what changes to your job search technique.

10- Celebrate every win

Keep a journal that documents al the work you’re putting in, and every call and meeting you schedule. Your effort should be celebrated. Small wins along the way, like that networking invite accepted, also count. This is part of measuring progress, but it’s also about building confidence and keeping a positive outlook, both of which are critical in your job search. In a down market, your employer contacts are probably anxious about their own jobs. If you’re a joy to interact with, that’s a competitive advantage.

Article: The Covid-19 pandemic will make medical students better doctors

By Lawrence G. Smith May 1, 2020

When I graduated from medical school more years ago than I care to remember, my training as an intern and a resident followed an unrushed, traditional path. Medical students at the time were introduced to patients gradually, and we took our time engaging with the trying challenges that make up the bulk of a physician’s career.

This year, students graduating from the medical school where I am dean and from other schools are facing a very different time line: Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, many of them have been called upon to volunteer or work in hospitals before their time in medical school was over.

That’s not unprecedented. In 1918, some medical students were graduated early to help fight the raging Spanish flu. In 1952, medical students in Denmark helped provide polio patients with round-the-clock manual ventilation. in the 1980s, doctors in training were thrust into the burgeoning AIDS epidemic.

But none of these match the global shutdown we’re experiencing now, and the young men and women officially donning their white coats as new doctors will soon realize that the world they’re entering is one profoundly altered by the pandemic.

They will be changed by it, as will medicine.

As they work at the bedsides of those with Covid-19, new doctors will discover a skill too long ignored by most medical schools: empathy. From my days as a trainee until quite recently, medical education focused almost entirely on increasingly specific specialization. Medical students were encouraged and rewarded for how well they mastered their chosen field, not how kindly they spoke to the frightened person looking them in the eye, eager for a glimmer of good news.

This massive outbreak changes all that, making clear that no matter how great physicians’ technical skills are, they may not be considered healers until they’ve learned how to soothe and inspire, to comfort patients and family members alike (even when it’s compassionately delivering bad news), to deliver not only treatment but also hope. Working in hospitals packed with patients of all ages and demographics, and tending to those who, due to isolation, can’t be with their loved ones, will teach new doctors skills their older peers all too often had to pick up on their own.

As my students and others all across the country make their rounds, they will likely notice that while an infectious disease like Covid-19 afflicts people regardless of race or wealth or education, its impact varies widely based on socioeconomic status. Walking the hospital corridors, physicians in training will notice that patients who exist paycheck to paycheck, or who live in one of the many food deserts that blight even America’s wealthiest cities, are more likely to suffer from heart disease or diabetes and, as a result, are more likely to be harder hit by the virus. They will also notice that many of these are people of color.

Such a realization can and must change everything about the way medical students perceive their profession, as well as everything about the way future generations of physicians are trained. Social determinants, we now know–a person’s income, say, or ZIP code–have a tremendous impact on his or her well-being, which is why death and disease rates can vary wildly even among residents of the same city who live in different neighborhoods.

These data points should no longer be considered incidental, the sort of soft stuff a physician can easily ignore and something that once wasn’t taught in medical school. Instead, we should make it a point to ask questions about a patient’s socioeconomic condition as part of the intake process so we can better understand the fuller picture of her or his life and better help him or her recover.

STEM Documentaries You Can Watch for Free on Kanopy

Now that the semester is over, you’re probably wondering what you’re going to be doing with all your free time. You could watch some more Netflix, but your parents will probably tell you to get off the couch. You’d rather stay on the couch. Solution: watch something educational on Kanopy.

Did you know that Middlebury libraries provide students with access to the ‘academic version of Netflix’? Well, if you didn’t, you do now. It’s called Kanopy, and it gives you access to tons of documentaries and movies that you can stream even while you’re off campus. Just follow this link to sign up using your Middlebury email address to start watching!

I’ve compiled a list of the most popular STEM Kanopy offerings to get you started.

Silicon Cowboys

The Rise and Fall of Compaq Computers (2016)

Three friends dream up the Compaq portable computer at a Texas diner in 1981, and soon find themselves battling the mighty IBM for PC supremacy. Their improbable journey altered the future of computing and shaped the world we now know.

Winner of the Special Jury Prize-New Jersey Films Competition for Archival Filmmaking at the Montclair Film Festival.

Anthropocene: The Human Epoch

How Humans Have Impacted the Planet (2019)

A stunning sensory experience and cinematic meditation on humanity’s massive reengineering of the planet, ANTHROPOCENE: THE HUMAN EPOCH is a years-in-the-making feature documentary from the award-winning team behind Manufactured Landscapes and Watermark and is narrated by Alicia Vikander. The film follows the research of an international body of scientists, the Anthropocene Working Group, who, after nearly 10 years of research, argue that the Holocene Epoch gave way to the ANTHROPOCENE EPOCH in the mid-twentieth century as a result of profound and lasting human changes to the Earth.

Nominated for Best Canadian Feature Film at the Toronto International Film Festival. Official Selection at the Sundance Film Festival and the Berlin International Film Festival.

Top Secret Rosies

In 1942 a secret U.S. military program was launched to recruit women to the war effort. But unlike the efforts to recruit Rosie the Riveter to the factory, this clandestine search targeted female mathematicians who would become human ‘computers’ for the U.S. Army. From the bombing of Axis Europe to the assaults on Japanese strongholds, women worked around-the-clock six days a week, creating ballistics tables that proved crucial to Allied success. Rosie made the weapons, but the female computers made them accurate. When the first electronic computer (ENIAC) was developed to aid the Army’s calculation efforts, six of these women were tapped to become its first programmers.

Top Secret Rosies is the as-yet-untold story of women and technology that helped win a war and usher in the modern computer age. This is the chronicle of four very different women who worked as human computers at the University of Pennsylvania from 1942-1946. Capturing the opportunities and exhilaration of the times and exploring the moral dilemmas inherent in their work, Top Secret Rosies follows their efforts as they labored night and day to create the mathematical computations that made every Allied bomb and bullet more deadly.

NOVA: Black Hole Apocalypse

Join astrophysicist and novelist Janna Levin on a mind-blowing voyage to the frontiers of black hole science, which is shining new light on the most powerful and mysterious objects in the universe.

The Future of Work and Death

The Impact of Technological Advances on Human Life (2015)

‘What is humanity?’ In this revealing documentary, world experts in the fields of Futurology, Anthropology, Neuroscience, and Philosophy consider the impact of technological advances on the two certainties of human life: Work and Death. Charting human developments from Homo Habilis, past the Industrial Revolution, to the digital age and beyond, THE FUTURE OF WORK AN DEATH looks at the shocking exponential rate at which mankind has managed to create technologies to ease the process of living.

As we embark on the next phase of our adaptation, with automation and Artificial Intelligence signifying the complete move from man to machine, this film asks what the implications are for the human purposeful fulfillment, making money, and ageless immortality. In its combination of archival footage, infographics, and interviews, directors Sean Blacknell and Wayne Walsh’s debut feature gives us a provoking and shockingly realistic look into the future of human life.

Big Data

From science to sales, from sociology to sports, data analytics is unraveling the fascinating secrets hidden in numbers, patterns, relationships, and information of every kind. Get introduced to the key concepts, methods, and accomplishments of this versatile approach to problem solving. See the big picture of big data and the crucial role in data analytics.

Great Remote Internships in Handshake for STEM students

Full-Stack Engineering Intern, The Tuesday Company

Opportunity expires May 22, 2020

The Tuesday Company is looking for an engineering student to help us build our civic engagement app this summer. We are a small team with big ambitions. We value experimentation, creating working software, and rapid development. We use modern web technologies including cloud computing, Linux, Docker, MySql, GoLang, Javascript, React, and React Native. We maintain an admin portal for campaigns, a phone app for volunteers, and several backend services for our apps.

Frontend Developer Internship, GrowSquares

Opportunity expires May 24, 2020

You’ll be joining a growing team in a fast paced, highly rewarding environment. Working alongside other developers, designers and data scientists. We’re looking for someone with: knowledge of hands-on experience in Web Development or Software engineering; experience with HTML, CSS, JS; proficiency with at least one popular front-end framework.

Build new software Summer Internship, Pure UX

Opportunity expires May 28, 2020

We are an innovation technology company launching a new innovative app. Over the summer, get a chance to work on developing a new app. Be part of a team that investigates the market and designs cutting-edge technology. Get experience turning design into actual software. Some things you may be involved with is agile development, user testing, and writing code.

Data Analytics Internship, Design Museum Foundation

Opportunity expires May 29, 2020

Design Museum Foundation is seeking a Data Analytics intern to work alongside our fundraising efforts. This position requires strong skills for database management, the ability to complete research for various opportunities, and excellent writing and interpersonal skills.

Scientist Intern-Spacecraft Propulsion, Charles River Analytics

Opportunity expires June 1, 2020

This summer, we are looking for enthusiastic Scientist Interns for our Sensing, Perception, and Applied Robotics division. We are seeking students with an interest in innovative technology and spacecraft propulsion.

You will be working in a small agile group to deliver, test, and ship software and learn the ropes to be a contributing member of a research and development team.

Software Engineering Internship, Teamworthy Ventures

Opportunity expires June 1, 2020

We are looking for entrepreneurial computer science students and talented student software engineers to join our investment team to help us as we continue to add new capabilities to our internal research platform and tools. We invest in software and software-enabled services businesses with a strong interest in developer tools, APIs, and platform businesses. During the summer you, will work closely with our partners to prioritize and create new internal products.

Entrepreneurial Software Project Manager, The Brookeside Group, Inc.

Opportunity expires June 15, 2020

We are looking for a Product Manager for our Encompass-CX product, a SaaS-based Customer Experience platform. Encompass-CX collects, measures, and analyzes all the touchpoints in a client’s lifecycle, and by measuring these touchpoints we provide clarity into client health and drive client retention and loyalty.

Software Developer/Machine Learning + Artificial Intelligence Intern, GOALOOP-Connecting the World through Goals

Opportunity expires August 7, 2020

We recently reached Goaloop’s beta launch and are gearing up for an exciting year ahead! Join us and become important members of our small, innovative team. We are seeking two Software Developer Interns to work with our Chief Information Officer, who received his PhD in Computer Science from Columbia University, and our expert hands-on Director of Engineering, who has been a hands-on developer for 24 years.

Data Analyst Intern, Global Nomads Group

Opportunity expires August 31, 2020

As a Data Analyst intern at Global Nomads Group, you will work closely with the Programs team to provide them with evidence-based insights, reports, and dashboards. You will work to understand the opportunities for analysis, and also respond to requests for specific reports. As part of a growing data team at the organization, you will be building out tools, reports, and methods that will serve as an exemplar in the virtual exchange field.