Tutoring opportunity with Cardinal Scholars, posted 7/1/2014
Hello. I am a Program Coordinator with a tutoring company called Cardinal Scholars, and we are looking to hire more fantastic Trinity College students who are extremely academically successful and strong role models, to tutor students in the Hartford area. We aim to recruit undergraduate and graduate students who are academically well-rounded, involved in the community, and who love to teach others.
We connect students with tutoring sessions in cities all over the country so it's okay if some students aren't planning to stay in the Hartford area for the summer months.
See the job description below. You can also find a flyer here for additional information.
Thank you very much for your time!
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online tutoring service that gives exceptional tutors the chance to be matched with local students in need of additional academic support. We connect tutors with students seeking help with college, high school, middle school and elementary material.
We're seeking tutors who meet the following criteria:
- Are fantastic teachers and have experience teaching others.
- Are academically curious and intelligent.
- Attend or have graduated from Trinity College as either an undergraduate, graduate, or professional student.
The benefits of becoming a tutor with us include:
- Freedom to set your own schedule (no set hourly requirement; we expect you to be taking classes yourself!).
- Competitive compensation starting at $20/hr.
- Get to know great families from the community who will really appreciate your help.
- We connect tutors with students in over 90 cities in the U.S. and online for sessions so it’s okay if you aren’t currently living in the Hartford area!
Coming on board as a tutor is not a guarantee of immediate tutoring work, but offers the opportunity to be considered for an assignment if we receive a tutoring request in your area for in person tutoring and/or around the country for online tutoring.
XPERTTECH employment opportunity, posted 6/16/2014
Greetings of the day. We are hiring 40 Hadoop entry level Developers, for our joint venture with a startup company. As we know that Hadoop is a new technology and not many people know it, we will be conducting a 6 Weeks of free intense HADOOP in class training which will start from first week of July in Boston, MA. We will provide free accommodation for our out of state students. With the help of this intensive training we will also be able to help your students do a HADOOP certification from MapR.
The only requirement will be the students should know basics of Java to be enrolled in this program.
It is a very exciting opportunity as we are expecting some senior executives from fortune 100 companies and some professors from reputed colleges to be our guest instructors. We see a great future for HADOOP developers and we would want your students to be one of them. The company will even sponsor for immigration status of international students.
I request you kindly to send this information to the students who have recently graduated or who will be graduating in December this year. If any of your students are interested in this opportunity kindly request them to get back to me as the seats are getting filled quickly and we need to lock the students in the system before 20th of June.
Thanks & Regards,
400 W Cummings Park, Ste. 2850
Woburn, MA 01801 | Fax: 978-405-5040
Ph: 781-995-0859 | Email: email@example.com
Cell: 508-615-5736 | www.xperttech.com
Short Term job opportunity, posted 6/2/2014
Happy summer! I hope all is well. I am working with a Trinity classmate on a small software startup that was established 2 months ago on campus. Now that all of the company legalities are taken care of we are seeking programmers that are proficient in developing both web and mobile applications (Frameworks, client-server relations, all that fun stuff). I would love it if we could get some talent out of the Trinity community, but if not we are willing to work with anyone who can get the job done. Would you know of anyone that may be interested or would be capable of accomplishing a few months of paid work?
If not, do you have any suggestions on how to reach programmers who are currently a part of the workforce? Finding programmers has proven to be far more difficult than I originally anticipated!
Thanks and All the Best,
The Innovation Group employment opportunity, posted 5/18/2014
The Innovation Group in Farmington, CT is looking for 2 to 3 Usability Consultants/ Web Designers for their Connecticut location. This is an outstanding opportunity for someone with a Computer science graduate to a seasoned UI professional looking for career progression.
You will work closely with our Visual and UI designer, Innovation Architect and development teams throughout all stages of the product lifecycle. You will be a critical thinker with a good design sense and have a good technical understanding. This position is located in Farmington, CT and you would need to be local to the area or willing to relocate yourself. They are unable to pay any relocation at this time.
- BS Degree
- Entry level internship – 5 years UI experience
- Ability to travel overnight
- Local, or can relocate yourself to Farmington, CT
- The ability to research, and know about who the Innovation Group is before the initial interview
Researching new concepts for interaction design
Collecting and analyzing data
Producing low-fidelity prototypes (using, for example, Adobe Fireworks or Visio)
For more details please click on the link below and apply:
After 5/17 please contact Innovation directly @ www.innovation-group.com.
Futures Institute employment opportunity, posted 4/25/2014
Futures Institute has an immediate opportunity for a full time entry level programmer. Programmer will be required to develop, maintain and support computer modeling applications. Programmer will work closely with senior programming staff to translate analytical models into web, desktop and mobile applications as needed. Individual should possess BA/BS Computer Science/Math or related degree, team-player attitude, and strong incentive to learn in a small company environment.
Futures Institute is dedicated to enhancing social and economic development in the fields of HIV/AIDS, family planning and reproductive health, child survival and infectious diseases. We do this by providing tools and technical assistance in policy, planning, modeling, resource allocation and evaluation. Much of our work uses computer modeling to examine the impact of interventions, including new technologies, in averting new infections, deaths or unplanned pregnancies.
Futures Institute offers competitive compensation and an excellent benefits package.
Qualified candidates should email cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org Attn: Bob McKinnon.
TEKsystems employment opportunity, posted 4/25/2014
My name is Cristina Danielson, I am an IT Recruiter with TEKsystems in Farmington, CT. At TEKsystems we work with over a 150 clients in CT & Western Mass. to help them find top Information Technology professionals! I am currently working on a number of entry level opportunities and hope that you may be able to help me. Do you know anyone that is looking to grow their career in the Web Development space that may have recently graduated or is going to be graduating in May? I would really like to be able to help someone with their career aspirations.
Please feel free to send me the information of those individuals you know that are looking for new opportunities or pass my information along to them. If you have any questions please reach out, my direct line is 860-321-3630.
I look forward to working with you.
Cristina Danielson | Technical Recruiter
T 860.321.3630 | M 516.732.2567 | cdaniels@TEKsystems.com
F 860.321.3680 | www.TEKsystems.com
10 Waterside Drive, Suite 100, Farmington, CT 06032
ESPN internship opportunity, posted 4/9/2014
Are you ready for your opportunity to learn what it takes to succeed? Do you want to push the boundaries of your skills? Now is your chance to explore your passion for technology alongside some of the most inspiring talent around in a Disney Professional Internship with ESPN!
Since 1998, our Technology Team has helped ESPN drive innovation in the television industry by debuting 23 technological enhancements, launching four high definition sports networks and developing the industry's first 3D network and first authenticated online network. The technology team has also acquired four companies to further advance innovation, has won six Emmy's and opened two development labs to continue researching cutting-edge technological breakthroughs. Now you have the opportunity to join our winning team!
Summer/Fall internships start at the end of June 2014 and end in November 2014. Internships are located in Bristol, CT.
Click here to view opportunities and to apply!
Disney Professional Internship Recruiting
e-Builder.net - employment opportunities, posted 3/4/2014
My name is Clare Austin. I attended Trinity's Computer Science program, graduating in 2003. The company I work for, e-Builder.net<http://e-Builder.net>, is aggressively hiring.
I work as a Project Manager focusing on Managed Services for the Professional Services Department. This department is currently looking for Business Analysts.
e-Builder is one of the fastest growing technology companies in South Florida. We’ve been nominated as one of South Florida’s Best Places to Work, our CEO was named 2013 South Florida Journal’s Ultimate CEO, and in 2012 we were presented with the 2012 Florida Companies to Watch award!
At e-Builder we value our employees and offer:
• Individual health insurance that is 100% paid for by e-Builder.
• Free snacks and a variety of drinks.
• Great company culture.
Do you love to travel? Do you love solving complex problems? We are immediately looking for several overachievers to join our Professional Services team as a Software Implementation Specialist and Business Analyst. You will have ownership for the implementation of multiple projects in different phases!
Job Overview: Analyze client business process/requirements and develop corresponding process and data flows.
• Perform gap analysis activities to identify and document any possible requirement gaps.
• Provide creative solutions to ambiguous business problems.
• Develop client materials and deliver training required for each client implementation.
• Configure data and business rules for new/existing implementations.
• Assist with testing strategies, conditions and evaluation of expected results.
• Deliver meeting minutes, status reports, and post-project evaluations as required.
• Recommend and implement process improvements.
• Position requires 75% national travel (during work week)
The Company is hiring in other positions such as .net developer, product development, and marketing. These individuals should have a degree in Computer Science, Construction, Engineering, and have a passion for improvement of business process and performance.
Our website is: http://www.e-builder.net/ and all open positions can be seen at: https://careers-e-builder.icims.com/jobs/search?ss=1&searchLocation=&searchCategory=&hashed=0
Clare S. Austin
Project Manager - Managed Services
1800 NW 69th Avenue
Plantation, FL 33313
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Cape Town South Africa internship opportunity, posted 2/14/2014
I have an exciting opportunity for potential and declared computer science majors interested in furthering their computer skills and looking for an internship over the summer.
I am the Trinity ambassador for a tech company in Cape Town South Africa that will be holding an information at Trinity College about how students can spend their summer in South Africa learning CODE and interning at local tech companies.
My name is Chanel Erasmus, I am a junior at Trinity College from Cape Town, South Africa. I am contacting you regarding a wonderful opportunity for your computer science students. This incredible, unique company has started in Cape Town, South Africa called IExperience. It is a tech summer Academy that teaches young students CODE. The program consists of 4 weeks of intensive CODING, followed by 4 weeks interning at a local Tech Company. Students do not need any prior experience, they just need to be enthusiastic and eager to learn. The CEO of the company Aaron Fuchs, will be coming to Trinity College on the 26th of February at 7pm to hold an information session in the Vernon Social center. I am excited to offer this opportunity to Trinity Students, and hoping you can pass this information on to your
Aaron Fuchs will be talking about the growth of Tech Startups in Africa and get some inside info on how learning to Code can get you ahead of the curve. This event is for all students who are interested in the following:
* The Tech landscape in Africa and how it has boomed in the last decade
* The Social Impact tech has had on the African economy
* A few CEO tips on what it takes to start your own Company
* What makes South Africa the most amazing place to visit
* The unique iExperience coding Bootcamp in Cape Town this summer
Students can come and learn about iExperience’s ambitious goals to change the digital landscape of Africa and how you can be a part of shaping the future.
If you could pass this information on to your students and have them sign up for the information session athttps://ixvisitstrinity.eventbrite.com
If you have any other questions I will be more than happy to meet with you personally. If you have any other suggestions of how I can get this information out to students who might be interested, I would really appreciate it. Thank you for your help.
TFA 2014 Corps & Computer Science Fellows final application, posted 2/14/2014
Become a Computer Science Fellow in NYC or teach STEM in one of 48 locations nationally, with Teach For America.
Despite the incredible opportunities presented to students by a strong foundation in computer science, the subject is only offered in one out of ten high schools in America. Access to computer science education is empowering: five of the fastest growing occupations are in computing, and computing-related jobs have among the highest entry-level salaries. We have a tremendous opportunity and role to play in ensuring that students in low income communities have access to CS. Although relatively few schools offer CS courses, opportunity gaps persist, impacting the diversity of the tech sector. Black students make up just two percent of all AP computer science test-takers, and the single largest black-white scoring gap among all AP exams is in computer science.
Apply to the 2014 Teach For America Corps and become a Computer Science Fellow in NYC. Teach For America has teamed up with National Science Foundation, and the NYC Department of Education to support a new Computer Science Fellows initiative in New York City. Teach For America will train and support a group of computer science teachers in New York City during the 2014-2015 school year with hopes to expand our pilot to other regional sites. This is where you come in! We need your talent and leadership to ensure that all kids have access to computer science education. Don’t have a background in computer science? We’re looking for teachers in STEM and all K-12 academic subjects to teach in our 48 regions across the country.
Teach For America’s FINAL application deadline is on February 20th, 2014. To learn more and apply, visit us at www.teachforamerica.org and follow TFA’s STEM Initiative @TFA_STEM. To indicate interest in the Computer Science Fellows initiative, email Hillary Wool, Regional Director of Recruitment – New York State, at email@example.com.
About Teach For America: Teach For America is developing a movement of leaders who will help drive change at every level of our education system toward the goal of justice and equity. These leaders start their paths as corps members who teach for two years in urban and rural high-need communities and help students make the academic progress that expands their opportunities. Deeply affected by their teaching experience, our alumni continue to advocate for students and build lasting change in many different roles and fields. Join our network of 11,000 corps members teaching in 48 regions across the country, plus 32,000 alumni who work across sectors to create change.
Full salary and benefits. Candidates from all majors and academic backgrounds are eligible to apply to Teach For America. Applicants with computer science backgrounds and an interest in teaching in NYC will be considered for the Computer Science Fellows. Juniors are eligible to apply at this deadline for the 2015 Corps.
MemberLinks - participation in start-up, posted 1/31/2014
MemberLinks, a start-up comprised of John Dipietro '15 and Nate Nurmi '14, are seeking highly motivated programmers and web developers that are interested in being a part of a passionate and rapidly developing start up. Our venture is currently a finalist in the Trinity College entrepreneurship contest and our first order of business is to build upon our team. Anyone interested must be highly proficient in any of the following languages: Objective C (for iOS development) PHP (for web application development) Java (for Google Android development).
Draught Technologies - part-time employment, posted 1/10/2014
I am seeking help from a qualified student to assist part-time in my company maintaining and improving our company website, expanding the site and SEO. This could turn into a full-time position for the right candidate. Might you be aware of a student that fits this description and that would be interested in part-time employment with a fast growing company in the beer industry?
Please feel free to contact me at any of the numbers below if you have someone in mind or if you have questions.
420 Woodland Avenue - PO Box 565
Bloomfield, CT 06002
860-840-7555 Phone - 860-840-7556 Fax - 860-463-8749 Cell
RevTrax - job opportunity, posted 1/9/2014
Hi CS department! Hope all is well with you guys! How's everything at Trinity? I've just finished my second year here at a small startup (~40 people) in NYC called RevTrax and everything's going well. Paul Mertens (class of 2010) works with me here as well.
I just wanted to pass along a job opportunity for any CS grad who might be interested. We're looking for Java developers. This is the job description:
RevTrax is looking for dynamic, highly motivated Java developers to join our development team. Development will be both server-side web-based applications as well as batch/console applications.
RevTrax is a marketing technology company that empowers brands and retailers to drive and measure in-store sales through secure, personalized digital coupons and offers. Its scalable enterprise solutions provide online-to-offline revenue attribution, and promotion intelligence across all digital channels and devices. Founded in 2008, RevTrax is headquartered in New York City.
You’ll be developing both web applications as well as high performance batch jobs. Development is done in Java. The applications are consumer applications, so solid development and testing are a must. The ideal candidate will be very detail oriented with solid Java skills. You’ll be involved in all areas of the software development cycle beginning with design through implementation. The products you’ll be working on are based on our core-Java architecture and consist of web-based consumer facing applications, web services, and a web portal for our clients.
You’ll be working within a small team in an entrepreneurial culture and engage directly with a wide variety of clients and other client vendors. This is an excellent opportunity to be part of a dynamic team where your contributions truly matter. Development is fast paced and exciting.
• Java and SQL are requirements. Core-Java and web-based application experience is required.
• Experience with XML / XSLT, UML and Web Services is a plus.
• Strong written and oral communication skills are also highly valuable
If anyone is interested I'd be happy to forward their resumes along.
Thanks so much and hope to hear from you!!
Senior Software Engineer | RevTrax
Work: 646-738-7207| Mobile: 347-357-5496
276 Fifth Avenue Suite 608 | New York, NY 10001