The NextGen Fellowship is a ten-week summer program for undergraduate physical science, materials science, computer science, mathematics, and engineering students interested in learning cutting-edge data science and data management skills. This fully-funded fellowship is an excellent opportunity to engage with top academic research scientists as well as gain exposure to the start-up world. Fellows will receive training and support from data scientists and data engineers at Citrine Informatics, a Bay Area start up in materials informatics.
The WARF Investment Office is searching for a graduate level intern (up to 20 hrs/week) for projects aimed at increasing the efficiency and flexibility of the management of their complex investment portfolio. Ideal candidates are working toward a degree in Statistics, Actuarial Science, Computer Science, Economics or a related field. Programming expertise is required. This internship is for graduate students for the spring 2018 semester with possibility to extend.
We are looking for great software engineering interns to join Moxe Health for the Summer of 2018. We help health systems and health plans share medical records, key patient insights and claims data and you can help us. We are an agile devops team dedicated to delivering quality products for our customers. As an intern, you will work with experienced engineers and develop real software tools. Amaze us with your passion and your skills: please apply and get to know us.
Degree required: Working on a degree in Computer Science, Software Engineering, or IT.
The Wisconsin Union seeks an energetic, detail-oriented, flexible and reliable student with excellent computer problem solving, data analysis, writing, and project management skills. As the digital, data, and analytics intern, you will work closely with Union marketing staff to evaluate & operate union.wisc.edu, Google Analytics, and our digital strategy.
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TDS Telecom markets communication services to business and residential customers across the U.S. TDS Telecom provides 1.1 million connections to high-speed Internet, phone, and TV entertainment service to customers in more than a hundred rural, suburban, and metropolitan communities. TDS Telecom is the seventh-largest local exchange telephone company in the nation; employing approximately 3,300 people. The company is headquartered in Madison, Wis.
TDS relies on our dynamic 230+ person IS team to innovate using leading edge technologies that empower us to continually move forward. Our diverse team focuses on the development and support of new products and services, while capitalizing on extensive training opportunities and vendor seminars. Team members have a passion for technology and thrive in a fast-paced, high-tech, opportunity-for-growth, and continuous learning environment.
This position will work with cutting-edge technologies, to develop and support robust applications on our Operations team.
As a DevOps Intern, you will have the opportunity to help shape the direction of the new TDS IT DevOps team by assisting with the development of a continuous delivery pipeline for application developers; by getting involved with our OpenShift PaaS initiative; and perhaps even writing microservices in Python. Additionally, you'll be ideating with smart people in a learning-centric environment.
SmartUQ (smartuq.com) provides breakthrough analytics software to quantify uncertainty in a wide range of engineering fields. Our software is used by some of the largest engineering companies in the world. We are an innovative, fast-growing analytics company. We have a fun and focused team who are passionate about helping our customers solve challenging problems where no off-the-shelf solution exist.
The mainframe environment hosts some of the most critical applications for the State of Wisconsin. Some of these vital applications include Kids Information Data system (KIDS) which administers child support, Client Assistance for Reemployment and Economic Support (CARES) which administers welfare to work programs, and the Department of Transportation’s Registration and Titling for the state’s drivers licensing and automobile registration. These applications require a highly available platform capable of processing large amounts of data with sub-second response times.