Wednesday, February 3, 2016

2016 Summer Research Opportunity at Northeastern University in Boston - up to $5000 stipend!

Northeastern University’s Electrical and Computer Engineering department has created a unique opportunity for current domestic engineering or computer science undergraduate students going into their junior or senior year in Fall 2016, to gain valuable research experience during summer 2016.

The ENTER research program will provide competitively selected domestic undergraduate students with engaging 8-10 week summer research experiences working with faculty and graduate students from Northeastern University’s Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department. Selected applicants will receive up to $5000 stipend and on campus housing, among other things.

Please see this website for further detail: http://www.ece.neu.edu/ece/co-op-experiential-learning/enter
Research projects can be found here: http://www.ece.neu.edu/ece/enter-project-list

2016 Seattle Campus Internship Fair- February 18th, 2-6pm, HUB Ballrooms

Hello Huskies!
Are you looking to gain an internship opportunity? Search no more! The Career Center’s Internship Fair is a great opportunity for students of all majors and class levels from all three UW campuses to connect with  corporate, small business, non-profit and government employers who are all looking for Huskies, like YOU, to fill their internship needs. Some employers will have part-time and full-time positions available as well. Don’t miss out on this perfect opportunity!
2016 INTERNSHIP FAIR
  • Thurs, February 18th, 2016
  • 2:00-6:00pm, HUB BallroomSeattle campus
  • Bring 15-20 copies of resumes
The Details
  • All UW students from all 3 campuses can attend
  • Dress code - business casual
  • A list of attending employers and details about what to expect is here
Why Attend
  • Your future employer wants you to do an internship. 60% of employers prefer to hire job applicants who have internship experience.
  • Two or more internships will improve your odds of landing a job. UW graduates who completed 2 or more internships were less likely to still be looking for work 6 months after graduation.
  • Recruiters hire students who attend fairs. 92% of the employers who attended our 2015 Internship Fair and completed our survey indicated they extended offers to candidates they met at the fair.
  • Employers aren’t just looking for programmers and accountants. 50 of the employers who attended last year’s Internship Fair were open to ALL MAJORS!
Questions
·         Please contact Donna Chen at 206-543-0535 or email ccsevent@uw.edu .

Fundamentals for Startups Fridays, 2/5: Minimal Viable Product and How to Read a Financial Statement

Dear CoMotion Incubator and Incubator Community,
The CoMotion Incubator has partnered with the Entrepreneurial Law Clinic (ELC) to bring you a workshop series called, Fundamentals for Startups Fridays! The topics for this Friday, 2/5/16: Minimal Viable Product with Scott Thielman and How to Read a Financial Statement with Tim Chou and Zach Parsons. Local entrepreneurs and law and business students from the ELC will provide special hands-on training, guidance, and answer questions on topics as they relate to your innovations.
Scott Thielman leads electronics technology and is charged with bringing products to life through integrated electronics and embedded software. Career highlights include leading a R&D team dedicated to improving the performance of a dental hand piece, designing a low flow-rate chiller system for a body contouring ultrasound device, and integrating a ZigBee chipset in a wireless networked product.
As usual, networking begins at 12:00 p.m. and the lecture will start at 12:15. Food and refreshments will be provided, so don't miss out! Be sure to register here.