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Weekly CS Undergraduate Newsletter #95
March 22nd, 2023

Departmental News:

  *   Are you looking to apply your skills working with the most innovative startups in Atlanta? Are you trying to break through into the tech and innovation space? Are you excited to burn the midnight oil to help build a one-of-a-kind idea? Or, are you simply looking for an internship in the most fun startup community in our city?
     *   Join us at the Startup Student Connection, an internship fair at the Atlanta Tech Village! This event is a chance for undergraduate to explore potential internship opportunities in the fastest-growing tech companies in Atlanta
     *   This fair will bring together self-motivated, forward-thinking, and ambitious individuals looking to gain experience in various roles such as marketing and sales, software development, and business development. Whether you are a student seeking hands-on experience in your field of study or a startup seeking talented individuals to help grow your business, this event is for you!
     *   When? March 29th, 2023, from 4:30 pm to 7:30 pm
     *   Where? Atlanta Tech Village
     *   What to expect? Network with professionals in the tech industry, learn about various internship opportunities, and possibly secure an internship with some of the most innovative companies in Atlanta
     *   Don't miss out on jumpstarting your career and building your professional network
     *   Startup Student Connection 2023 is powered up by Gigsurf. This Georgia Tech startups is helping build careers and companies one project at a time
        *   If you are interested in attending, please email EIR Batya Zamansky at [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> and express your interest. NOTE: There are only 10 remaining spots left. All CS majors are encouraged to apply to attend

Student Clubs:

  *   The PANTHERWEB Student Club is looking for members! (see flyer) <>

?  The Panther Web Development Group specializes in the following areas:

*         Markup languages, such as HTML

*         Creating stylesheets with CSS

*         Scripting and making pages interactive with JavaScript

*         Using frameworks such as React

*         Angular, and Vue

*         Creating mobile and web applications

*         Understanding UI/UX design

*         Creating new web development projects

              *   Instagram:<>

  *   GetReadyData Club is starting a new virtual Python Workshop Series this week focused on machine learning! (see flyer for QR code) <>
     *   This new series builds upon their original Python & Data Workshop Series
        *   Python for Machine Learning (ML) 1: Univariate Linear Regression - Friday, March 24th from 1 to 3.
        *   Python for Machine Learning (ML) 2: Multivariate Linear Regression - Friday, March 31st from 1 to 3.
        *   Python for Machine Learning (ML) 3: Logistic Regression - Friday, April 7th from 1 to 3.

Training Opportunities:

  *   Applications are now open for CodePath's no-cost remote summer courses
     *   Intro to Software Engineering<> is geared towards beginners looking to learn the fundamentals of coding
     *   Technical Interview Prep<> is designed to help students ace challenging algorithmic problems in whiteboard and coding interviews to secure an internship or full-time role in tech
        *   CodePath's courses are developed and taught by software engineers to prepare students for a successful tech career
        *   Apply today:<>
        *   Application deadline: May 14, 2023
           *   Courses begin in the week of June 6, 2023
           *   Courses end in the week of August 17, 2023


*         TechTogether Hackathon

     *   Saturday April 22, 2023
     *   9:30AM to Apr 23, 3:30PM EST

o    Event Description: TechTogether Atlanta is a 2-day hackathon for people of marginalized genders hosted by community leaders across Georgia. The event will take place this Spring in Atlanta! Join us for two full days of skill-building and professional development workshops, networking with recruiters, and of course - fun activities like face masks. Each attendee has the option to work with a team to build a project like a website or mobile application with the support of our mentors. Whether it's your first hackathon or your 100th, everyone has something to learn and contribute at this event! Major League Hacking's TechTogether Atlanta is so excited to announce this year's in-person hackathon! We can't wait to bring your magical ideas to life from April 22-23, 2023 at Georgia Tech's Klaus Atrium. This event will be a great opportunity for people of marginalized genders to make connections, attend workshops, improve their skill set and more! We invite you to come join us, regardless of your experience or background.

        *   Register Here:

Undergrad Research Opportunity:

  *   Paid Research Opportunity with CASA
     *   Humanities Inclusivity Program
     *   Application Deadline: March 24th by midnight
     *   Humanities Inclusivity Program - Center for the Advancement of Students and Alumni (<>
     *   Online Survey Software | Qualtrics Survey Solutions<>
        *   The Humanities Inclusivity Program (HIP) at Georgia State University is funded by The Mellon Foundation and gives undergraduates the chance to conduct research and explore careers in academia.  The HIP Summer Immersion is a ten-week, research-intensive, project-based summer program for rising sophomores and juniors. This program provides the opportunity for participants to work on digital humanities and other team-based project labs with the EPIC Project Labs Program. Participants will also complete humanities scholar profiles, attend professional development workshops, and make presentations at a closing research symposium. The expected time commitment for this program is twenty hours per week and students will be paid $20 per hour for up to 15 hours per week for their work. Once the summer program is complete, students will have the option of applying to enter the longer HIP Assistantship Program which provides a paid research assistantship throughout the academic year

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  *   Follow us @gsucompsci <>

***If you would like your announcement to be included in future newsletters, please send your request to Mr. Jamie Hayes at [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>