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Qualcomm Student Accelerator (January 9-13, 2019)
Spring QSA || January 9 – 13, Application deadline - December 7
Qualcomm Student Accelerator (QSA) is an exclusive intern hiring & development experience for innovative sophomore & junior engineering students looking for a Summer 2019 software or IT internship.
Selected attendees will be treated to a weekend at Qualcomm's headquarter's in San Diego spent interviewing with leading teams, touring campus, demoing technologies, networking with alumni engineers, and ultimately envisioning their impact on the world as a Qualcomm employee.
Apply here (For engineering Sophomores)
Qualcomm Summer 2019 Engineering Internships
Visit qualcomm.com/careers and type in the internship positions below to learn more and apply!
T1966218 - Systems Engineering Internship (Summer 2019)
T1966219 - Hardware Engineering Internship (Summer 2019)
T1966220 - Software Engineering Internship (Summer 2019)
Facebook University (FBU) is a paid eight-week training program designed to provide mobile development experience to students who are historically under-represented in computer science.
• Current first year (Class of 2022) or second year (Class of 2021) college student studying at a four-year university (or equivalent program for special cases) in the U.S.
Applications open on Friday, September 21, 2018 at 12:00 AM PST.
Completed applications are due by Monday, December 3, 2018 at 11:59 PM PST.
(Applications may be saved and edited up until application deadline)
Engineering Practicum (EP) is a 12-week internship for first and second-year undergraduate students with a passion for computer science. The program provides developmental opportunities to students from groups historically underrepresented in tech through technical training and professional development. Students from all schools, and students who identify with a group that is historically underrepresented in the technology industry.
Our unique internship offers the opportunity to work on a software project alongside other EP interns and full-time Googlers, and provides the chance to bridge the gap between academic understanding and practical professional experience.
Must be a first-year or second-year undergraduate student currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science or a related technical field at a university in North America.
First-year students must have taken one college level Computer Science course by end of first semester. (AP or IB Computer Science is acceptable).
Applications are due by October 31, 2018 at 11:59pm PT
Explore Microsoft is a 12-week summer internship program specifically designed for first and second year college students. The program is rotational and allows you to gain experience in our different software engineering roles. It's also designed to give you hands-on experience with various tool and programming languages in the field of software development, and encourage you to pursue degrees in computer science, computer engineering, or related technical disciplines. Your on-the-job learning will be augmented with mentoring, community building and networking opportunities.
Candidates must be in their first or second year of college and enrolled in a bachelor's degree program in the United States, Canada, or Mexico with a demonstrated interest in majoring in computer science, computer engineering, software engineering or related technical major.
Students must have completed an Introduction to Computer Science course (or equivalent class) as well as one semester of calculus (or equivalent) by the start of the program. Finalists will be selected based on eligibility and demonstrated interest in the software industry.
All candidates who meet the above criteria may apply. We especially encourage applications from groups currently underrepresented in engineering.
We’re excited to announce the launch of our 2019 Fellows Program application! In the seven years we’ve run the program, we’ve witnessed how powerful and transformative the Fellows Program is for both students and companies when there is more intimacy, opportunity for connection, and candid conversation. To that end, we’ve made some exciting changes that will prepare students to be both leaders and advocates for change in the tech industry of tomorrow.
About the 2019 Fellows Program
The Fellows Program is an intensive career accelerator for Black and Latinx college and graduate-level Computer Science students. For 10 weeks between June and August, you’ll intern at a top tech company and participate in a series of learning experiences designed to give you the tools and resources you need to navigate the tech industry and build a lasting career.
What to Expect
Internship at a Leading Tech Company
Gain real-world work experience and access to innovators and industry leaders at a trusted Code2040 Company Partner in San Francisco, New York City, or Silicon Valley.
Racial Equity Advocacy Work
You’ll be equipped with knowledge on what’s happening in the industry, what systems need to change, and what your role is as a racial equity advocate.
Student Learning Experiences
You’ll participate in workshops, retreats, panel discussions, and more to gain the tools and resources you need to navigate the tech industry and thrive in your career.
More intimacy, opportunity for connection, and candid conversation.
Meet other Black and Latinx technologists and receive support from mentors and managers, all while redefining the future and face of tech and ensuring other technologists like you have the opportunity to succeed.
Ready to apply?
To be eligible, you must:
Be an undergraduate or graduate student planning to return to school in the fall semester following the internship (Fall 2019)
Have experience coding
Attend a U.S. college or university
Self-identify as Black and/or Latinx
Interested in advocating for racial equity in the tech industry
Companies begin the hiring process on October 1. Candidates must start their application by November 13th, 2018 at 11:59PM PDT and submit by December 4, 2019 at 11:59PM PDT.
We hope to see your application soon!
The Code2040 Team
My name is Melissa Chime, and I work on the University Recruitment team at Western Digital. My colleagues recommended that I reach out to NSBE due to the talent and strong academic background within your organization!
At Western Digital, we see the value in diversity of background, skills, thoughts, and experiences. As a global company, we believe that the most effective way to embrace diversity of our customers is to mirror it within, and we are consistently working to achieve these goals.
We look to hire authentic people to be part of a team that will push everyone to work together and reach their full potential, and from what I’ve learned about NSBE so far, I think your members would be a great fit for our company.
Apply to only one position that best fits your interest and skills.
Access the careers page at: http://students.wdc.com
Enter the appropriate requisition number from the list below into the “Req ID” field and then select “Search”
Click the hyperlink for the corresponding job title and then “Apply For This Job”
Follow the prompts to finish your profile for this position
Req ID: 9000001594
Job Title: Launch Industrial Engineering Program – MS
Req ID: 9000001595
Job Title: Launch Business Program – MBA
Req ID: 9000001596
Job Title: Launch Information Technology Program – BS/ MS
Req ID: 9000001591
Job Title: Launch Engineering Program – BS/MS
Req ID: 9000001592
Job Title: Launch Engineering Program – PhD
Req ID: 9000001593
Launch Business Program – BA/BS/MA/MS
University Recruitment Coordinator, Global Talent Acquisition
Full-time and Internship Positions
• PE Intern - University of Southern California (383404)
• PE Full Time - University of Southern California (381781)
• D&C Full Time - University of Southern California (388448)
• D&C Intern - University of Southern California (388289)
My name is Kyrsten and I run the University Programs and Talent Development at Axon, based in Scottsdale, Arizona. Our mission to protect life is what drives us. We are the world's premiere provider of public safety solutions, including SaaS solutions, body worn cameras, and less lethal weapons.
I am also a Trojan and believe strongly in the USC network. Greedily, I’d love to get more Trojans within the company. I wanted to reach out to your group and share the below opportunities.
DP Program Cohort:
2-year, rotational commitment (starting in Sept, 2019)
Engineering Development Program (2019) *primarily Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering
10-weeks (starting the first week of June, 2019)
I’d be happy to be a resource for any questions. Trojans are always welcome to reach out.
Talent Development Manager | People Operations
(480) 676-2827| LinkedIn