The first meeting of the CSE department’s service club, Geeks with a Mission, is Monday at 6pm in Davidson 101. New students are especially invited to come check out what GM is up to. Make sure to drop by!
Come Network with a Local Entrepreneur! Immediately before the Geeks with a Mission Meeting
Presentation by Micah Laughmiller, CEO and Founder of Laughing Solutions
Where: Davidson 101
When: Monday August 31st
Time: 5:30 PM
Looking for real life programming experience
Interested in designing an interactive website
Willing to put in hard work and long hours for a chance to live life how you want
Come hear how YOU can get involved with a business opportunity right here in the Temple/Belton area. Only requires part time hours.
Extra cash for your pockets
Equity for the future
Chance to change your life
Welcome back for an exciting 2014-2015 academic year. We have some exciting things happening in the CSE department that we look forward to sharing with you in the coming year. For now, have a look at this article in Wired. The world is changing, and you are going to be one of the driving forces behind that change!
Engineers with a Mission is a new student organization dedicated to serving others through our common interest in technology. We are going to have an interest meeting on 4/23 at 6pm in Davidson 102. The officers of EM will describe the organization and what is coming next year. Come by, get some food, and talk about how you might like to be involved next Fall!
No matter where you are in the process of finding an internship or a job, creating a polished resume is one of the most important tasks. This post on the UMHB blog has some tips on how to make your resume stand out. Take a look and spend some time thinking about what you want your resume to say about you before you send them off to employers.
U.S. News & World Report has recently released its Best Jobs of 2014, featuring rankings and information on 100 jobs .
Check out the very interesting site below that gives several great examples of how our Olympians are gaining advantages through the application of scientific principles and better engineering. There are lots of great ideas and examples of how you might one day apply the skills you are learning today.
Here is the info on a local internship opportunity:
Company : RVOS Insurance, Temple, TX
Position : Quality Assurance Intern
Duration : 6 months
Hours : 20 – 40 hours per week
Pay : $10 per hour
Employment status : Internship
- Software testing of our newly installed systems that supports our business in the areas of policy, claims and accounting.
- Help execute batches to generate documents for testing purposes.
- Correct issues found in PDF documents due to software defects.
- Testing the newly installed systems and upgrades for software defects.
- Detect, analyze and document software defects for our vendor.
- The opportunity to learn and understand the insurance business with training in the policy, underwriting and claims departments.
- The opportunity to be part of implementing new software systems which has a significant impact on how we do business in the future.
It is never to early (or too late) to start looking for a summer internship opportunity. Internships are a great way to get your foot in the door. If you haven’t started yet, now is the time to be thinking about what you want to do over the summer.
Oh, and by the way, if you are interested in CGI, make sure you attend their information session tonight.
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