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Tammie T Dudley <[log in to unmask]>
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Wed, 18 Nov 2020 17:32:28 +0000
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We are now accepting applications from students who would like to join the HPCC Systems team as an intern in 2021. The deadline for proposals is Friday March 19th, 2021. But we do award places in advance of the deadline date to students who submit an excellent proposal we know we want to accept. So, don't miss out on a place on the 2021 HPCC Systems intern program, get started now!

Application is by proposal submission to complete a specific HPCC Systems related project. This can be a project from our list<;;sdata=tFgd5EpkLfa6w1W2C0upFXq%2Fi%2BMBXi84QpROXys0s4o%3D&amp;reserved=0>, a project suggested by the student themselves or a project that supports work being carried out by their school. Student suggested projects must leverage HPCC Systems in some way. Proposals should be submitted to me before the deadline date. Students are welcome and encouraged to liaise with project mentors for support and guidance as they prepare their proposal.

Our projects range from working on a new feature or enhancement, providing the ability to connect to third party products that may be used alongside HPCC Systems, to machine learning related projects. All projects require a level of coding knowledge and experience. although we provide training for students who are not familiar with our ECL language.

We welcome applications from students across the academic spectrum from high school to PhD. It's a 12-week program over the summer months, but we can be flexible about start and end dates to take account of differences in semester dates. It's a global program, which supports remote working for students located in time zones around the world..

  *   Read this blog<;;sdata=q0xJyClC6vVwaazgn5DIAv8OnbbDbzNoA2oEUQtiYSs%3D&amp;reserved=0> which guides you through how the program works.
  *   Browse through our Student Wiki<;;sdata=V1h5ifakQseCGgaaBEbDqL8KwE5UwSTO7sNoejOpDyo%3D&amp;reserved=0> for detailed information about the program, including proposal guidelines<;;sdata=5me%2BxPoT5vsKlhqHVbXalbe9fgNclq%2B7qj4v%2BW%2FharQ%3D&amp;reserved=0> and an example proposal<;;sdata=q0qAuR2qu2g265fhWbhQjhSg22gBFT5sGh94oAprw6c%3D&amp;reserved=0>.
  *   Take a look at our Available Projects list<;;sdata=NZ8qmRCvsgse8WeJoAdMn6h4Uqz4QAJWO06GqgDRrUk%3D&amp;reserved=0>. This list is updated regularly with new projects, so keep checking back.
  *   Find out about projects that our interns have completed<;;sdata=MHJ83VRRVtZQFKEW8eCi0cAulu1CQOWAns%2FZFea%2BoVw%3D&amp;reserved=0> in previous years.
  *   Read this blog about Remote working as an HPCC Systems intern<;;sdata=lMAt39h51J%2B7SsJMKRm6vfn8E3AB8vilnFc7BbDt2N4%3D&amp;reserved=0> to find out what the remote working experience is like and the support your can expect.
  *   Read this blog about the work our Class of 2020 HPCC Systems Interns completed<;;sdata=PFIyQ7BTScWd1cqVZoJEl6rUq6qylXiwYQVVCVRLK2s%3D&amp;reserved=0>. Use the links provided to find out more about each project and hear what the mentors had to say about the value of these contributions to our open-source project
  *   See posters created by our interns<;;sdata=wH%2FhQvb65z5QHY4sblrxG%2F5QoQQu1b6BueYYlFLy3t8%3D&amp;reserved=0> which they submitted into our technical poster contest hosted during our annual Community Day Summit<;;sdata=ZIe122qL8emzTg4Th5bY2QbEWFWo4AJZINAsdFcDl7U%3D&amp;reserved=0>.
  *   Have a project idea or question you want to discuss? Reply to this email.
  *   We also have a brochure<;;sdata=OuY1O02hSX2wqJTDAS7Q6qJoSja4IHTmwEP%2Flzkjc5c%3D&amp;reserved=0> you can use to send to students or post on university message board.

If you have questions or would like us to give a presentation about the HPCC Systems Intern Program, reply to this email. We would be happy to do that and take questions in person.

Best wishes

Lorraine Chapman

Consulting Business Analyst

HPCC Systems Intern Program Manager

LexisNexis Risk Solutions Group

+44(0)7702-707018  Mobile

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