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Employment & Internship Opportunities

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  • JPMorgan Chase Techology for Social Good team hackathon
    The JPMorgan Chase Technology for Social Good team runs several hackathons around the world that pair up students from great schools like Fordham University with nonprofits in need of innovative technology solutions. We call these events Code for Good and we have three coming up this fall in Columbus, New York, and Delaware.

    Over the course of 24 hours, the Code for Good challenge allows students to test their creativity, problem solving, and technical skills to help a good cause. The students will work in teams and have an opportunity to interact and network with new people. JPMorgan Chase technologists will be at the event, mentoring and advising the students along the way. Our nonprofit representatives will also be present to answer questions about the challenge they’re facing.

    This program not only offers students prizes, but also offers the opportunity to get on track for a summer internship or a full-time position in our Technology Analyst Development Program.

    Students are encouraged to apply. The deadline to apply is Friday, September 18.

  • 2015 IEEE/IBM Watson Student Showcase Competition
    IEEE and IBM are in search of creative, forward-thinking students to participate in an exciting team-based showcase! Do you want an opportunity to work with IBM's Watson to develop an innovative cognitive app? Do you want to develop your cognitive computing skills while earning a chance to win up to $2000 US in cash prizes? The deadline for submitting completed entries has been extended to 30 September 2015, but register your intent to participate now so you don’t miss this fantastic opportunity!

    The IEEE/IBM Watson Student Showcase Competition is open to college/university students from all geographic locations. Teams will submit an executive summary, a one-two minute demo video, and a text copy of source code. Student teams should have two to five team members in any year of university study and at least one team member must be an IEEE member.

    Remember, the deadline to submit completed entries has been extended to 30 September 2015, but register your team now!

    To learn more about this exciting opportunity and register your team, visit:
    If you have any questions or would like additional information, please email

  • Junior Systems Analyst at Scholastic Inc.
    The Junior Systems Analyst will work under the guidance of the Systems team leadership to operate as a liaison between the teams supporting Scholastic’s transformation efforts and the DevOps and automation teams maintaining the core systems and technologies that support the transformation efforts. The role will communicate and receive feedback on how Scholastic’s technology automation and governance policies and processes are being consumed by the teams supporting Scholastic’s transformation efforts. The role will communicate and assist with the enforcement of Scholastic’s governance of the use of hybrid cloud solutions that support Scholastic’s transformation efforts. The role will assist with the maintenance of Scholastic’s automation and governance documentation and collaboration repositories.

    The role requires tact, diplomacy and strong written and verbal communication skills. The role will work with information that includes sensitive financial details around Scholastic’s technology and hybrid cloud usage and is expected to be disciplined and discrete in the communication and distribution of this information. The role will work with information that includes details around how Scholastic identifies the usage of various technologies in Scholastic’s hybrid cloud implementations and thus must produce work of impeccable quality with no tolerance for defects.

    • Bachelor’s Degree in Computer Science, Information Systems or equivalent required
    • Knowledge of systems development methodologies, definition, design and testing
    • Strong analytical skills with Microsoft Excel spreadsheets and managing lists of financials and asset data
    • Knowledge of Amazon Web Services (AWS) strongly preferred
    • Knowledge of the usage of open source technology stacks (LAMP, MEAN, Ruby, Java, MySQL, PostgreSQL, CentOS, JBOSS, etc.) strongly preferred
    • Knowledge of cloud computing concepts and principles strongly preferred
    • Knowledge of Atlassian products for collaboration (Jira, Confluence, HipChat) strongly preferred
    • Knowledge of Agile management methodologies a plus
    • Ability to manage and self-prioritize multiple inputs and tasks
    • Enthusiastic team player and self-starter
    • Demonstrate critical analytical skills and sound judgment
    • Flawless verbal and written communication skills

    Apply through . Job ID on CareerLink is 48623 .

  • Sequencing Analytics Intern at NY Genome
    The Sequencing Analytics at NY Genome team works closely with sequencing operations, bioinformatics, and software engineering to develop and implement quality control (QC) and analytical tools for the investigative analysis of next generation sequencing (NGS) data. They are looking for an intern with strong programming skills and a general understanding of genomics to work on methods of assessing biases present in exome and whole genome (WGS) sequencing.

    Job duties include:
    • Write scripts to assess regions of variable coverage with support from a cross-functional team;
    • Annotate the regions and develop an understanding around why these biases exist
    • Contribute to the interpretation of sequencing and bioinformatics QC metrics, troubleshooting, and support of process optimization.

    Position requirements
    • Enrolled in an undergraduate/graduate degree in Bioinformatics, Biotechnology, Molecular Biology or related field;
    • Ability to produce readable, documented code in Python, Perl, BASH, or R is required;
    • Experience working in a Linux environment is required;
    • Familiarity with standard NGS bioinformatics tools such as SAMtools, GATK, IGV is a plus;
    • Strong creative thinking and problem solving skills;
    • Excellent communication skills, detail oriented, and highly motivated;
    • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team is essential.

    Interested students should contact Christie Welch at the Fordham University Office of Career Services at

  • Data and Reporting Analyst position at The New School
    Eugene Lang College The New School for Liberal Arts, one of the eight academic divisions of The New School, is seeking a Data and Reporting Analyst to work with faculty and staff. The Data and Reporting Analyst will support data needs at the Dean’s Office of the College and serve as Systems Advisor for The New School for Social Research. Go to for more information.

  • Internship at Coursehunters LLC for Search Engine Optimization Specialist is a website that enables a college student to identify colleges and universities that offer his or her desired courses online. Operating under the same functionality as, provides the same type of service for college courses. Furthermore, it provides colleges and universities with a powerful marketing tool that will help advertise their course offerings directly to students that are in need of them. Focusing on online summer and winter session, provides an optimal method for connecting institutions and potential students.

    Coursehunters is looking for a software engineer who understand how to optimize a website. The role would involve editing a website's content and HTML and associated coding to both increase the website's relevance to specific keywords and to remove barriers to the indexing activities of search engines. This is NOT a paid internship.

    If interested, please email name, contact information and resume to


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