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Weekly CS Undergraduate Newsletter  #45

August 25th, 2021

Department Announcements:

  *   Welcome to campus, Panthers! We’re looking forward to a successful fall semester! This newsletter, which is shared weekly, is a great resource for finding out what’s happening in the Computer Science Department, as well as learning about career opportunities available to you. Keep an eye out for it every Wednesday!

  *   We are offering a Codepath + Facebook Technical Interview Prep Course. This course, brought to you by and Facebook’s Engineer-In-Residence (EIR) program, is a free,12-week course available to both undergraduate and graduate students! Learn more here<>. Applications due by September 3rd.

Job Announcements:

  *   Delta is hiring entry level IT employees<>. Learn more about the positions and requirements here:

     *   Associate Full Stack Software Engineer<>

     *   Associate Technical Product Owner<>

     *   Send your resumes directly to [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>

  *   The CS for All project at Kennesaw State University is hiring Mathematics Literacy Workers (see flyer<>)

     *   For more information:

     *   To apply:<>

Student News:

  *   Interested in game design? The Game Development World Championship, in collaboration with Autodesk, is introducing a new category: The Student Game Award<>. The online competition, which is open to all students with a game to show, is a great way to gain recognition from industry professionals and others in the field. The top five winning teams receive a reward, and the first place team will receive career coaching from industry veteran Jean Leggett! Apply<> by December 31st. See flyer<> for more info.

  *   Are you passionate about student activism, environmental protection, or voter registration? Join Georgia State’s Georgia Public Interest Research Group (GeorgiaPIRG)! This semester, the group has in-person and remote internship and volunteer opportunities<> where you can work to make a difference in the community. Email [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]> for more info!

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

​Ashlie Swanson | she/her
Student Assistant
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