Job & Program Bulletin Board

Come here to view jobs and programs that were sent to USC NSBE and are open for members to apply for. Jobs are ordered by application deadline, with the earlier deadlines at the top.

 

Metropolitan Water District of Southern California’s Engineering Summer Student Internship Program

  • Information & Application Link: Here

  • Application Deadline: March 8th

Who is the program for?

  • The internship is tailored to students planning to return to college in the fall of 2018.

What is the goal of the program?

  • To provide temporary work and learning experience in the water industry.

the horizons fellowship

  • Information & Application: Here

Who is the program for?

  • The Horizons Fellowship supports outstanding university students in their pursuit to become tomorrow's leaders in technology. The fellowship covers tuition and housing costs and requires no prior programming knowledge.

What is the goal of the program?

  • The Horizons Fellowship is a fully-funded technology immersion fellowship for top university students from around the world. As technology continues to play a larger role on the world stage, whether it be in business, politics, art etc., we have been reaching out to various USC clubs to encourage students to gain a solid technical foundation.  Our programs provide immersive software engineering and web/mobile development courses geared towards high-achieving college students. Students need not have a computer science background! 

women in transportation College outreach committee (full time & internship)

  • Information & Application Link: Here
  • Application Deadline: March 14th

Who is the program for?

  • If you’re interested in transportation careers (internship or full-time opportunities) submit your resume to the College Outreach committee.  

What is the goal of the program?

  • I’m excited to share that the previously named, Transportation Resume Book Committee is renamed as theCollege Outreach Committee in which our purpose will expand to engage with young professionals across all levels (trade schools, community colleges, and universities) and connect them with internship and full-time opportunities while enhancing the mission and goals of WTS-LA. 

wts-la 2018 transportation resume book submission

  • Information & Application Link: Here
  • Application Deadline: March 16th

Who is the program for?

  • Students interested in transportation
  • undergraduate and graduate students
  • all genders
  • environmental, planning, engineering, or public policy majors

What is the goal of the program?

  • Submit your resume to an international organizations of more that 4,000 transportation professionals. It will connect all students in transportation internship and full-time opportunities with corporate partners.

CodePath.org Advanced Interview Prep

  • Information & Application Link: Here
  • Application Deadline: March 31st

Who is the program for?

  • Students who want to be prepared to solve challenging algorithm problems in real interviews at top companies.

What is the goal of the program?

  • To help students overcome the barrier of software engineering technical interviews, CodePath.org has introduced a rigorous new 12-week summer course: Advanced Interview Prep. At the end of the summer, their career team will help as many students get jobs as possible. Employment isn’t guaranteed, but they're committed to helping students for as long as it takes to get their first job.

  • The course also includes lectures, interview practice, industry mentors, and advanced info sessions from senior engineers.


Bioprocessing Summer Undergraduate Internship Training and Education (BSUITE) Program

  • Information & Application Link: Here
  • Application Deadline: May 1st

Who is the program for?

  • Undergraduate students, recent graduates, and those considering starting the MEng program who want a valuable laboratory experience through team projects based on tasks typically done in industry bioprocessing laboratories

What is the goal of the program?

  • Growing mammalian cells
  • Preparation of bioreactors for autoclave and cell culture
  • Calibrations of pH and dissolved oxygen sensors
  • Proficiency in Data Analysis
  • Use of advanced analytical instruments to monitor culture growth
  • Trouble shooting experimentation problems
  • Building and fixing control unit systems – DCUs
  • Refine presentations and report writings skills

Google Engineering Residency

  • Information & Application Link: Here
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Who is the program for?

  • Bachelor's degree in Computer Science, Computer Engineering, a related technical field, or equivalent practical experience.
  • Completion of related Computer Science coursework and ability to start no later than September 2018.
  • Programming experience in one or more general purpose programming languages including but not limited to: C/C++, C# Java, JavaScript, Python, or Go
  • Authorization to work in the United States

What is the goal of the program?

  • Participate in an initial training period (lasts eight weeks). Engineering Residency combines interactive group learning with training on Google tools, technologies and best practices.
  • Following the training period, residents are placed in up to two five-month rotations. During the rotational period, residents are embedded on Engineering teams across the company; work side-by-side with engineers on important, real-world projects that are core to Google.
  • Work on specific projects critical to Google’s business needs based on your technical experience. These opportunities exist across multiple groups within Google.
  • Be versatile, display leadership qualities and be enthusiastic to handle new problems across the full-stack as we continue to push technology forward in all areas.
  • Train throughout the year by attending sessions taught by Google engineers, working with technical mentors, and partnering with peers in their cohort on challenging group engineering projects.

ORACLE Associate Solutions Engineering

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  • Information & Application Link: 

    • Prior to any consideration for this opportunity, Oracle requires that you apply online using the following 3-step process:
      · Logon to Oracle.com/goto/classof, create a user profile
      · Search for requisition ID #
       180000EX

    • · Apply for the role

  • Contact: Victoria Davis (Victoria.Davis@Oracle.com)

Who is the program for?

  • Entrepreneurial, tech-savvy professionals who harbor a passion for problem-solving and directly impacting the business.  We are inviting people who share our hunger and the passion to be part of a culture of innovation, agility, and performance.

What is the goal of the program?

  • The Associate Solutions Engineering role offers the unique opportunity to blend your technical skills with your desire to work directly with clients to help them understand their business problems and provide solutions using Oracle’s latest Cloud Computing services.