Rocket Software is a leading global developer of software products that help corporations, government agencies and other organizations reach their technology and business goals. 1,300 Rocketeers on five continents are focused on building and delivering solutions for more than 10,000 customers and partners.
Why work at Rocket?
As you’re planning your next career move—or maybe your first career move—know that Rocket is home to innovators at every level of the software industry. When you become a Rocketeer, you become a member of the global family they call One Rocket. As part of One Rocket, they encourage you to build lasting relationships with peers, managers, and executives beginning on day one. From intern to CEO, every expert at Rocket has earned the right to be there—and every day they prove it. But being a Rocketeer means nothing without the fun t and music (sorry, what? Read all about the Rocket Band!) that comes with it.
Check out their open positions in Handshake:
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This position is brought to you us Emily Kolodka ’18.
Gain an abundance of clinical experience and patient exposure by working directly with medical staff, PAs, and orthopedic surgeons in a private orthopedics practice.
FULL TIME JOB, requires undergraduate graduation by May 2019.
- Regularly shadow in ORs of NYC’s Lenox Hill Hospital and SurgiCare of Manhattan
- See patients in an office setting alongside an orthopedist daily, while learning how to document these physician-patient encounters in an EMR system and how to take patient history/exam
- Assist physician with clinical research projects through NY Orthopedics and NISMAT (Nicholas Institute of Sports Medicine and Athletic Trauma), and learn how to consent surgical patients for research
- Network with healthcare professionals including orthopedic surgeons, anesthesiologists, registered nurses, physician’s assistants, and medical device representatives
Learn more about the position in Handshake. Deadline 5/15.
Sharebite likes food that tastes good, but they love food that does good. Meals that transcend the plate and change our world for the better.
With Sharebite, you get to pay it forward without paying a penny more.
They’re proud of having donated over 300,000 meals!
Sharebite is a mission-driven food ordering platform built exclusively for companies. They enable your employees to order from their favorite restaurant while also giving back to society — at no additional cost.
Whether it’s managing daily allowances for employees, enforcing compliance controls, streamlining accounting and expensing, catering for meetings / special events or pop-up restaurants hosted at the office… Sharebite has got you covered.
Sharebite is also HIRING! Check out their positions in Handshake:
Are you preparing to apply to medical school? With the 2020 AMCAS application cycle underway as of May 1, AAMC is sharing information about the qualifications and motivations of applicants who applied and enrolled during the 2018 AMCAS application cycle. See the full infographic here.
Are you interested in virtualized systems? How about creating the next generation cloud systems? Join Sea Street Technologies!
Sea Street is a Boston, MA based company that has developed and deployed an AI autonomous operations platform that enables service providers to progressively transform their businesses to fully autonomous, closed-loop operations. Founded in 2012, the company’s platform is deployed at several top-tier CSPs, automating network, video, telephony, wireless, and enterprise services today.
- Familiarity with OO development concepts
- Strong desire to learn on the job and work in a fast paced environment.
- Capable of quickly evaluating and incorporating new technologies
- Efficient / Effective communication (verbal and written) skills
- Experience with integrated development tools such as Eclipse or equivalent
Learn more in Handshake. Deadline 5/15.
Chemistry and Biochemistry majors will present their senior thesis presentations on Friday, May 10 at 12:30 in BiHall 216. Lunch will be served. Undergraduate Awards will also be presented.
Titles are as follows:
- Emily Lewkowicz ’19: “The Characterization of GpdQ Enzyme Immobilized on Magnetite Nanoparticles”
- John Natalone ’19: “Lights, Camera, Reaction! Developing a Photoredox Crosslinking Method for Target Identification”
- Khan Kim ’19: “Catch Fe if You Can: Kinetic Characterization of a Putative Desferrioxamine B Biosynthetic Pathway”
MBBC Thesis Presentations by Kevin Zhang, and Gabriela Fort on Wednesday, May 8 at 12:30 pm in BiHall 220. Lunch available at 12:15pm.