Newsletter: Carleton Sentinel

"Keeping you in the loop since 2005"

  • Here's a link to more information about the Outreach Program for Women Internships.  Applications deadline was extended to May 8 for some organizations.

  • Do you know HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, or Graphic and Web Design?  Are you looking for a fun and challenging job for the summer?  Geoff Myers who is a senior CS major is looking for students to work for him at SimDex.  Contact Geoff directly if you are interested and for more details. 

  • Carleton alum Eric Carlson '66 will be here to discussion social entrepreneurship with students.  Eric is the Director of Global Social Benefit Incubator and a Dean's Executive Professor at Leavey School of Business, and spent 25 years in research, product development, and executive management in Silicon Valley.  He will be in the Career Center to participate in the 30 Minutes program on Wednesday, May 8 from 1-4.  Sign up through the Tunnel.

  • Internship Opportunity

    April 22, 2013

    Jake Kring '10 who works for Scripted has let us know they have paid internships available for CS students.  Contact Jake directly if you're interested.

  • Jared Evans '10 who is a Game Designer for Wahoo Studios, will be in the Career Center this Thursday, April 25 from 1-5 p.m. to meeting with students interested in game development.  To sign up visit the Career Center Tunnel.

  • Google Skype Meeting

    April 15, 2013

    The Career Center will be having a 30 minute program on April 24 with Bryon White '08 who is working in marketing and advertising at Google.  Check out the Career Center Tunnel for more information.

  • We received word from Bill Chapin '83 that his company would like to invite Carleton students with knowledge of Java/Linux to apply for an internship at his company AuSIM.  Click above for more information.

  • Web Programmer Needed

    April 15, 2013

    A St. Olaf student and professor are looking for a web programmer.  They need a student that is capable of building and maintaining both a database and a website.  The website needs to be able to link with the database, where it will use stored information to generate content for users.  The website will also need to have e-commerce capabilities, including bidding and billing.  Email Bjorn Hugh Hovland at St. Olaf if you're interested.

  • Hacker School

    April 15, 2013

    Hacker School is a unstructured 3 month programming workshop in NYC.  Click above if you would like to learn more about Hacker School and Tom Ballinger '09 from Hacker School will be here this Thursday, April 18 for CS Tea at 4 p.m. in CMC 209 if you would like to learn more. 

  • The Center for Learning and Teaching (LTC) will be sponsoring an event called "Academia's Judgement Day" that will take place on Wednesday, April 10 from 3:30-5:00 p.m. in Boliou 104.  Professor Sherri Goings will be participating in the debate and we would like to invite CS students to attend.  At the end of the debate, the audience will vote for the professor they thought presented the most compelling argument for his/her discipline. 

  • REU Opportunity

    April 5, 2013

    The University of Southern California Institute for Creative Technologies is hosting a REU program this summer.  Application deadline was extended until April 7, 2013.  Click above for more information.

  • Epic, a national leader in electronic health records is looking to hire Software Developers.  If interested you can apply here or send your resume to Ellen Rohlfing at Epic.