Short-term project

The Horizons Fellowship

The Horizons Fellowship supports 10 outstanding university students in their pursuit to become tomorrow's leaders in technology. The program is a part-time 6-month experience (or full-time summer experience) that teaches software engineering and provides students with the network and perspective needed to launch their careers in tech. The program requires no prior computer science or programming knowledge. It is open to current university students of all ages. Students develop the arsenal of highly employable software engineers as well as the perspective of entrepreneurs.

Summer position - Technical Writer (Software & Data Analytics)

Apply by 6/22. Beekeeper Data is seeking a Computer Science undergrad or grad student with strong writing ability to write technical articles on data analytics and reporting topics. The role will include a mix of technical research, writing open source code, and explaining technical concepts in an easy to understand way. The position would be 8 to 20 hours a week and pay is $18/hour minimum, increase subject to negotiation, depending on experience. Initially the position would be located at gener8tor Madison, 30 W. Mifflin Street.

Web assistance, OneTime

OneTime, a startup, seeks assistance with Web duties.  Either undergrad/graduate level students majoring in CS.  Looking specifically for either type of student who has created a difficulty operating website, manipulating mulptile automated functions.  Find more details on the attached PDF.

Visiting Professor for CIS

The Computing & Information Sciences (CIS) Department in the School of Arts & Sciences at Edgewood College invites applications for Visiting Professor Position at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor for the spring semester or 2016. This position is a one semester position which may be extended for another academic year. The successful candidate will be given chance to apply and first consideration for the tenure-track position in CIS department which is intended to be filled in the Fall of 2016.

Mobile App Developer

WSUM, UW Madison’s student-run radio station, is looking for a developer to create an app for our organization. We are looking for a motivated candidate to work on the app this fall semester (2015) so we can launch it by spring. Find more detailed on the attached posting.


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