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  • Job Opportunity

    September 19, 2014

    David Lonoff '09 is currently working for Knewton's on the content curation team as a math specialist to scour open education resources, cut them into manageable chunks, and prepare them for Knewton's knowledge graph, which can roughly be thought of as a dependency tree of prerequisites and related contact.  Knewton's was founded in 2008 by Jose Ferreira '91 and is based in New York City.  Contact David if you are interested in his line of work.

  • Job and Internships

    September 18, 2014

    As you are exploring careers, internships, job opportunities, working on your resume, networking, graduate and professional school opportunities remember to visit the Career Center website.  Many of our alums and businesses are visiting throughout the year.  Look for upcoming events on the Career Center website.

  • Department Photographer

    September 18, 2014

    We are looking for a Computer Science major that would like to volunteer and take pictures of events and fun things that our professors and students are doing.  Talk to Sue if you are interested in volunteering. 

  • A 10 week position is available for a student to work on a major upgrade to Carleton's weather site.  Click above to learn more about the position.

  • CodeDay

    May 22, 2014

    PowerObjects (Adam Hallbeck's '09 organization) is proud to sponsor and host the 2014 CodeDay event in Minneapolis.  Taking place May 24-25 in 24 different cities nationwide.  CodeDay brings together students to collaborate and build apps and games over a 24-hour period.  Students will pitch ideas, form teams, and build an app or game in over 24 hours.  Student registration deadline is May 24.  For more information click here.

  • Reid Gilman '09, who works at MITRE, tells us that they have a number of openings for college graduates and interns (for Summer 2014 or future breaks, including winter break). He says: "We are looking for students with excellent problem solving and communications skills and a real desire to tackle complex problems -- that seemed to be a good match with Carleton!  Our openings right now are mostly in cyber security ranging from protecting medical devices to reverse engineering malware.  I've been at this company for 5 years and have found it to be a great place to work.  We have a number of openings at our Bedford, MA campus."  If you're interested, contact Reid; he's offered to talk to interested students and help get their resumes in front of the right people.  

  • Job Opportunity

    May 22, 2014

    The Natural Capital Project, which assess the economic value of a clean, bio-diverse environment is looking to hire programmers to work on their environmental models.  Click here for more information.

  • IBM has just opened additional software engineering positions for 2014 grads.  They are seeking Computer Science or Comp E students with excellent Java skills and interest in a fast paced team driven environment.  For more information click here and reference job number:  SWG-0658423.

  • MIAC Analytics in New York is looking to hire software developers.  For more information, you can contact Pete McNeely '13 for more information.

  • The Baltimore Orioles is looking to hire a summer Baseball Programming Fellow to work in their Baseball Operations Department.  Click above for more information.

  • The Off-Campus Studies Office is looking to hire a student to work 30 hours per week this summer from mid-June to mid-late August.  Recent grads would not be eligible.  They are looking for someone who is tech savvy.  In addition to knowing the "usuals" MS Word and Excel, having a familiarity/experience with InDesign, computer language(s), and having taken a software design course, would be a plus.  For more information you can contact Leslie in Off-Campus Studies at x4541.

  • Job Opportunity

    May 2, 2014

    OATI is looking to hire a Software Developer in Minneapolis.  For more information you can click here or call 763-201-2000.

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