Internship Opportunities

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Air Force Research Lab Internships - Air Force Research Lab

November 3, 2014

Air Force Research Laboratory’s (AFRL) Discovery Lab (Wright Patterson AFB, OH) has openings this Spring & Summer for freshmen to PhD students studying in STEM fields with special emphasis on engineering, computer science, and serious gaming.
15 & 10 week full and part time research positions are offered to US citizens.
Housing provided for qualified students.
Some projects will be partnerships with govt/industries. Part-time research opportunities exist in many cases that will not require relocating.
Some of our projects will be in partnership with Army Research Laboratory, NASA, or one of our off/on-site industry partners.
Here are the technology areas that we are seeking top students for Spring & Summer.
• Virtual Reality/ Serious Gaming • Big Data Analytics of Unstructured Data • Internet of Things: Computational Electronics • Biomedical Assistive Technologies • Smart Vision for 3D Printed “Drones” • Cybersecurity for Embedded Systems

To learn more: the first step is to send email asap (since we are first come / first serve) with just in email’s subject line to:
Sensors & Smartphones
Healthcare Applications
Internet of Things
Computing Electronics
3D Virtual Reality / Gaming
Computer Vision & Autonomy
Geospatial Intelligence
Human-Computer Interfaces
Attach a resume & answer three questions:
what school do you attend, what would be an “AWESOME!!” project if selected & why should we select you?  Be credible

CIS Teaching Assistant for CIS 115 - Computing & Information Sciences

December 15, 2014

The CIS department is currently hiring a teaching assistant for CIS 115 for Spring 2015. The primary duties for this position will be attending the class lectures, assisting students with in-class work, grading weekly assignments, and attending weekly meetings to discuss the class and upcoming lecture materials. Other duties as needed may include assisting the instructor with lecture preparations and holding help sessions for students in the class. This position will require anywhere from 10 - 15 hours weekly, depending on availability and the amount of work to be done. Pay will be $10 per hour.
Recommended qualifications include completion of CIS 115 with at least a 'B' grade (A is preferred) as well as good interpersonal and communication skills (both written and spoken). Students in older CIS curricula that do not require CIS 115 may also apply if they have completed at least CIS 200. Any applicant with good communication and programming skills will be considered, regardless of major.
Juniors and Seniors seeking credit for CIS 115 to complete the new degree requirements after changing curricula are also encouraged to apply. Special provisions can be made to provide those students tuition-free credit for CIS 115 toward their CIS degree in exchange for working as a TA for a semester. Email Russ Feldhausen ( for details.
Applicants must be able to attend the following section of CIS 115:
* TU 9:30 - 10:45 AM

To apply, please email Russ Feldhausen ( and submit the following information:
* Resume
* The number of hours each week you will be available to work
* Any other relevant experience (communication skills, programming interests, etc.)

GE Aviation Internship - GE Aviation

November 21, 2014

GE Aviation, through its Systems division, is a leading global provider of innovative solutions to builders and operators of military and civil aircraft engines and land vehicles. We are at the forefront of the aviation industry, creating systems for such advanced projects as the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, the US Air Force's F-22 fighter jet, UAVs (unmanned aerial vehicles) and the Airbus A380. It's a position that allows us to offer learning potential that is unmatched in world business. The kind of learning potential that will take you higher than you ever imagined. 

We still have Coop and Internship opportunities available for Spring, Summer and Fall 2015 in our Manhattan offices.
You'll enjoy a competitive salary and generous benefits, and a wealth of cultural and recreational activities.

Pollution Prevention Intern Program - Kansas State University Pollution Prevention Institute

December 5, 2014

The Kansas State University Pollution Prevention Institute (PPI), 133 Ward Hall, is accepting student on-line applications for its Pollution Prevention (P2) Intern Program for the Summer of 2015.  Students enrolled in engineering or science programs at an accredited college or university in Kansas and who have at least a “junior” standing by the start of their internship summer, can apply for an intern position.  Applications for the program will be accepted through January 31, 2015, or until filled.  These paid internships provide students with real-world experience. Interested applicants should read the details below and are encouraged to attend the January intersession, Industrial Environmental Sustainability Practices, offered for both credit or non-credit.
Highlights of the program include: 

    • $15/hour during the 11-week summer program 
    • Pollution prevention training, with practical exercises and hands-on training 
    • Opportunity to work with industry on real-world pollution prevention and engineering projects 
    • Case study presentations to representatives of numerous agencies and departments, all of which are prospective employers 

Must be interested in any of the following areas:  water conservation, chemical processing, manufacturing processes, water treatment, solid waste, biological waste treatment, energy, HVAC, compressors, and energy and environmental auditing. 
Additionally, PPI will again be presenting an intersession course – Industrial Environmental Sustainability Practices – for January 2015.  This intersession course is offered for credit or no-credit.  Qualified applicants planning to apply for thePollution Prevention (P2) Intern summer positions, or industry professionals on energy or green teams, are encouraged to participate.  The class provides valuable training for the type of project work conducted by P2 interns, and can give the applicant an advantage with regard to specific environmental experience. Students who attend the intersession course AND apply for the P2 intern program will be given preference for the intern program. 
Please feel free to forward this information to others who may be interested in this internship opportunity. Please contact me at any time if you have any questions.  I am also available to speak to student groups or classes, if you wish.

For more information or to submit an online application, go to or call the P2 Intern Program Coordinator at 800-578-8898, or 785-532-4998.

October 6, 2014

Program: The Data Incubator is an intensive six-week fellowship that prepares postdocs and PhDs in STEM + social science fields seeking industry careers as data scientists. The program is free for fellows and supported by sponsorships from dozens of employers across multiple industries. In response to the overwhelming interest in our earlier summer and fall sessions, we will be holding a winter postdoc fellowship.

Locations: There will be both an in-person (in NYC) and online section of the fellowship.

Dates: Both sections will be from 01/05/15 to 02/13/15

Who should apply: Anyone within one year of graduating from a PhD program or who has already obtained a PhD is welcome to apply. Applications from internaitonal students welcome. There is a common application for both the online and in-person sections. Everyone else (including non-PhDs) is enouraged to sign-up for a future session.

For additional information, checkout our websiteblogVenture Beat article, or Harvard Business Review piece.