Below are various opportunities sent to us by organizations who want to reach PittSWE members.
University of Pittsburgh Opportunities
Internship, Co-op, and Research Opportunities
Full Time Job Opportunities
Graduate School Opportunities
Webinars and Online Programs
The 2016 Out for Undergrad Engineering Conference is targeting the University of Pittsburgh
this year. The admissions team is looking for motivated undergraduate students to help out as Campus Ambassadors.
As a Campus Ambassador, students will be responsible for spreading the word about the our conference to the LGBT undergrad engineering population at your school. This will involve reaching out to campus organizations and departments, meeting with student organization leaders and administrators, and ensuring that every LGBT engineering undergrad on campus knows about the opportunity to apply to the Out for Undergrad Engineering Conference. Students interested i n becoming a Campus Ambassadors should apply here: https://airtable.com/shrpPkrk7mk2JLnRm
AfterCollege scholarships are awarded to current students who stand out as future superstars in their field.
Create a concise, yet impactful, profile showcasing your talents and passion for your field of study, and you could be the next recipient!
National Security Agency Mathematics and Computer Science Student Scholarship $500 - Open to currently enrolled students working toward a degree (AA,AS, BA,BS, MS, PhD) in the fields of computer science, computer engineering, or mathematics. Minimum 3.0 GPA. Must be a U.S. Citizen.
National Security Agency Electrical Engineering Student Scholarship $500 - Open to currently enrolled students pursuing a degree in the field of electrical engineering. Minimum 3.0 GPA. Must be a U.S. Citizen.
AfterCollege STEM Inclusion Scholarship $500 - Open to currently enrolled students working toward a degree in a field of Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics from a group underrepresented in their field of study. Underrepresented groups may be defined by: gender, race, ethnic background, disability, sexual orientation, age, socio-economic status, nationality and other non-visible differences. Minimum 3.0 GPA.
AfterCollege Succurro Scholarship $500 - Open to currently enrolled students in an accredited program, working toward a degree (AA, AS, BA, BS, MA, MS, MFA, PhD, MD, JD, etc.) in any discipline. Minimum 2.5 GPA.
About After CollegeWe have a lofty vision: to help every college student and recent graduate discover their career path. In our 15 year history, AfterCollege has become the largest career network for college students and recent graduates. Our patented job-matching algorithm pairs new job seekers with opportunities that fit their degree, school, skills and interests making the job search and the candidate search more efficient for everyone.
The James Dyson Award is now open for entries. The James Dyson Award is an international student design competition that is run by the James Dyson Foundation,
a global charity which exists to inspire the next generation of engineers.
The James Dyson Award challenges students and recent graduates of design, engineering and related disciplines to design something that solves a problem. The best invention internationally is awarded $45,000 in prize money, and their university receives $7,500.
More details about the competition and how to enter can be found at www.jamesdysonaward.com. The competition is open for entries from February 18 - July 19, 2016.
If you have any questions or would like any further information, please contact Bailee Lauer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
BrokeScholar is a search engine for scholarships founded originally in 2002. They run an on-going scholarship contest with a first prize of $1,000 and wanted to extend
that offer to PittSWE members.
You can find all the information here:
A winner is chosen twice yearly and it's open to all students with a GPA of 2.5+.
About the Future Innovators Scholarship Program
Equal access to education is one of the main pillars of StudySoup's values. To further propagate access to education for all, StudySoup recently announced a $2,000 scholarship for outstanding students enrolling in or continuing to pursue education opportunities.
Who is eligible:
Any legal U.S. resident at least eighteen (18) years old who meets one of the following criteria:
Currently attending high school
Currently attending an accredited university or college (undergraduate and graduate students are both eligible)
How to apply:
Follow this link to the application form: https://studysoup.com/scholarship
You'll need to submit 3 short writing segments to be considered for this scholarship.
Fall: October 1st 2016
Spring: March 1st 2017
StudySoup is a Peer-to-Peer Learning Marketplace that connects top students in the class with those who need a little help. Top students can upload their notes, and study guides to the StudySoup Marketplace, and their peers can purchase those study materials, earning the seller a sweet income.
The i3 Inclusion Institute is a rigorous summer program exclusively offered to undergraduate students from underrepresented populations,
preparing them for graduate study in careers in the field of information science. Our main target population that we are seeking to
'recruit' for application into this program are students who are studying in a technical field (information science, computer science,
computer engineering etc.) or those who would be open to studying in that field.
Once admitted into the program, the applicant attends a summer institute held at Pitt where they form teams, and attend workshops/session informing them about their team research project. The groups develop their project over the coming year, and return to Pitt the following summer to present it.
If admitted into the Institute, the programs expenses are fully covered, and the i3 scholars also receive a stipend.
There is more specific information listed on the i3 website at: http://www.sis.pitt.edu/i3/about-i3/what-is-i3.html
iRobot has an internship available! Click here for more details.
Lisa Weiland, PhD is a former Swanson School Professor (Mechanical Engineering). A few short years ago, she launched a start up called Renerge, Inc. Click here to find an Electrical Engineering (or Mechatronics) internship opportunity with her team. The work won't be easy and will likely nudge the intern outside her/his comfort zone, but for the right person, it'll be a heck of an experience. Interested applicants should follow up with Dr. Weiland directly. To apply, just email a resume to email@example.com using the body of the email as the cover letter.
Box has an opening for a Software Engineering Internship. It is open to current juniors.
To view the job description and apply, click here.
Check out imaginepittsburgh.com for engineering job openings!
You can find detailed job postings on the SWE Pittsburgh Professional section's website at: http://pittsburgh.swe.org/job-postings.html
None at this time.
Women often face unique challenges in life that can dictate their financial lifestyle. MoneyGeek.com has created
guides to empower women to feel confident when making financial decisions. The three guides highlight topics such
- Women pursuing STEM careers
- Scholarships and financial aid for women
- Crafting the right message when negotiating a salary
To visit these guides, click the following links:
MoneyGeek.com Women in STEM Careers
MoneyGeek.com: Scholarships & Grants for Women
MoneyGeek.com: Guide to Negotiating the Pay You Deserve
You can find more information about online engineering degrees and programs guide here: http://www.affordablecollegesonline.org/degrees/engineering-programs/
As a STEM woman, I'd like to extend a warm invitation to your organization and its members to
http://girlscanstem.com, a website devoted to supporting women in STEM. We welcome new contributors,
students, parents, teachers, organizations, and anyone interested in helping women succeed in STEM.
GirlsCanSTEM.com allows you to blog, create groups for your organization, send member status updates, create discussion forums for your cause, and more. Look at it as a tool to bring the STEM community closer.