[Socrates] Great Tech Opportunity for Students: Tech Talent Pipeline Residency @ QC Spring 2017

Claudia Garcia Claudia.Garcia at qc.cuny.edu
Thu Sep 22 13:07:02 EDT 2016


Please spread the word amongst your students about the following opportunity!

Applications are about to open for the Tech Talent Pipeline Residency @ Queens College Spring 2017 Cohort!

Queens College, the NYC Tech Talent Pipeline, and The New York Code + Design Academy have partnered to deliver the Tech Talent Pipeline Residency @ QC program for its Spring 2017 Cohort.

During this program, you'll enhance your Web Development skills and participate in a paid internship with a tech company in NYC.



You are STRONGLY encouraged to attend one of our INFO SESSIONS to learn more about the program and application/interview process before applying!

Wednesday, October 5, free hour (12:15-1:30pm)

Science Building C203

Thursday (Monday Schedule) October 6, free hour (12:15-1:30pm) Science Building C203

Participants get to:

·       Hone your full-stack web dev skills in a boot camp during Winter Break

·       Intern up to 19 hours per week, getting paid $15 per hour at a local tech company during the spring semester

·       Boost your portfolio by working on real-world, group projects

·       Network with tech professionals who will work with you to build the technical and professional skills you need to get hired

·       Get individual coaching while you continue to look for full-time tech jobs and paid internships after the program ends

Topics covered include:

·       Full stack web development with Node.js, Postgres, MongoDB, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, collaborative software development, Git/Github

·       Tech company workplace expectations; technical interview skills; resume review and access to post-program job opportunities

Requirements for application and participation:

·       Preference given to Computer Science or related majors with a significant amount of coursework completed. (Successful completion of Data Structures and Algorithms CSCI 313 strongly weighted.)

·       Attend the mandatory pre-program training from Mon-Fri 9a.m.-5p.m. during Winter Break (January 3rd, 2017-January 27th, 2017)

·       Commit 19 hours per week from January 30th, 2017-May 5th, 2017

·       Have a strong interest in working in software development, web development, QA, data science, or a related field following graduation

·       Eligible to work in the United States

      *Preference will be given to juniors and seniors (who have completed more than 60 credits)*

For more information, go to http://www.qc.cuny.edu/ttp


Claudia Garcia
Program Coordinator
Tech Talent Pipeline Residency @ QC
Queens College, Razran Hall 314
Claudia.garcia at qc.cuny.edu

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