Newsletter: Carleton Sentinel
"Keeping you in the loop since 2005"
- March 6, 2015
Girls Who Code is currently recruiting people of all genders for teaching staff for our 2015 Summer Immersion Programs. We’re hosting over 50 programs nationwide (Boston, Chicago, LA, Miami, Newark, NYC, Seattle, DC, and all over the SF Bay Area) to cultivate the next generation of female tech leaders. The ideal Teacher candidate is an empathetic and enthusiastic individual with a BA or BS in Computer Science and teaching experience (e.g. classroom teaching, tutoring, TAing). Teaching Assistants are typically undergraduates majoring in Computer Science. Learn what it's like to spend the summer with Girls Who Code and apply at bit.ly/14CI7Oh
- March 6, 2015
Still looking for that exciting summer job? Well, look no further! Contact Mike Tie (firstname.lastname@example.org x4067 CMC305). Mike is looking for three Assistant System Administrators to help him setup labs and classrooms for the upcoming school year. There will be some programming, writing documentation, building web pages, lots of software installations and imaging. Help faculty and summer researchers with anything and everything related to computers. You'll work with linux, Windows, and OSX. No experience needed; you will be trained as you go. The positions are budgeted for 10 weeks of the summer, and that leaves you time to still enjoy a summer vacation. And best of all, you get to continue working for Mike during the school year.
- January 30, 2015
RedJack, a small and growing network security company in Washington, DC, is looking to hire new graduates. We work on meaningful problems that help our customers to manage their networks and improve their security awareness. Depending on your skills and interests, you'll be able to contribute to many projects across the company, including large-scale data analysis, development of network sensors, frontend web development, web applications, data pipelines, or operations.
You will have opportunities to work both as part as a team and autonomously and you will gain valuable experience in leading projects. This is an opportunity to become part of a diverse, driven community of network security professionals working on cutting-edge solutions to our customers' most perplexing security challenges.
If you'd like to know more or are interested in either of the roles below, email Andy Freeland '12 (email@example.com).
Note: US citizenship required.
Junior Software Engineer
- Design and implement solutions to problems across the company, varying by project area
- Share ideas, ask questions, and manage development through project completion
- Collaborate with a distributed, asynchronous team for design decisions, development, and code review
- BS/BA in Computer Science, or related field or relevant experience
- Basic software engineering principles and tools (git, code review, automated testing, etc.)
- Knowledge of or interest in privacy and network security
- Experience with common libraries and tools in your area of interest or specialty. e.g. Django/Flask/Rails for backend web development, Angular/Ember/React for frontend web development, libcork/glib/APR/STL for embedded development, etc.
- Experience with traditional SQL databases or NoSQL solutions
Junior Network Data Analyst
Do you love getting knee deep in data? RedJack seeks a Network Data Analyst to analyze and implement analytic tools and techniques for our clients using large (> 1 TB/day) volumes of data from multiple sources, including NetFlow, tcpdump, server logs, and server host data. You will be expected to collect data from multiple sources, create and apply analytic techniques to the data, in order to drive decisions about securing and controlling large enterprise networks. Ideally, you are flexible, willing to quickly adapt to changing data sources and tools, and are excited to learn and use new data sources and tools on a regular basis.
You should have training in an empirical or analytical field (e.g. computer science, physics, computational physics, engineering or statistics), communications skills (the ability to present, explain technical details to a nontechnical audience, and write reports), and light development skills (preferably in C, Python, and R). You should also have some interest in or familiarity with network traffic and computer security.
- BS/BA in Computer Science, Physics, Math, Statistics, or Engineering
- Proficiency in one or more programming languages (preferred candidates include C, R, Python)
- Ability to remain flexible in a changing environment
- Interest in or familiarity with network traffic and computer security.
If you are interested but lack experience, we will train you
- January 29, 2015
The University of North Texas will be hosting the "Secure Software Testing for Web and Mobile Applications" Research Experience for Undergraduates this summer. Application deadline is February 15. Click here for more information.
Washing University in St. Louis is now accepting applications for its REU Summer Program. Application deadline is February 13, 2015. Click here for more information.
- January 28, 2015
Harvard Forest is now accepting applications for their summer program for undergraduate students to collaborate with scientists conducting ecological research. Deadline to apply is February 6. Click here for more information.
Ohio Wesleyan University's REU program in scientific computation, with projects in astronomy, computer science, mathematics, and physics is now accepting applications. Click here for more information.
- January 28, 2015
MIT recently published videos of student and faculty panels discussing how to write effective graduate school applications. Click here for more information.
- January 28, 2015
- January 20, 2015
Are you a first-year or a sophomore? Are you considering a major in computer science? We’re hosting a session for prospective computer science majors on Thursday, January 22, at 4:00 p.m. in Weitz 235. Come and meet computer science students and faculty, enjoy some food, and learn about how great this major is. Feel free to spread this information to anyone off-list who might be interested.
All prospective and current majors are welcome.