Hands-on work experiences for undergraduate and graduate students
Our Workforce Development team offers eight-week summer internships for students interested in developing their gateway development skills. Participants will be placed at one of the seven universities that form the SGCI partnership, or a specific site can be suggested by an SGCI client, partner, or others who are interested in hosting a student intern.
Eligible applicants include graduate students majoring in computer science or computer engineering (or related fields) at any level and undergraduates majoring in computer science or computer engineering (or related fields) who have completed their junior year and who demonstrate strong programming and software engineering skills.
Participants will receive a stipend, plus housing and transportation. Interns will be required to attend the Gateways 2018 conference, for which Workforce Development will provide funding. Attending PEARC18 is recommended, but not required. Funding will be provided by Workforce Development to interns who decide to attend.
Learn more about the internship opportunity by reading these blog posts written by some of the students who worked as SGCI interns during summer of 2017:
- Joel Gonzalez-Santiago interned at Purdue University
- Jacob Harless interned at the College of William and Mary
- Hagen Hodgkins interned at Purdue University
Tatyana Matthews interned at the Texas Advanced Computing Center
The application for summer 2018 internships is now closed. Our application form is typically available in January or February each year and closes in April or May.
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Additionally, our Incubator offers internship positions for master’s-level students concentrating in usability and user experience design at Purdue University. This internship gives students based at Purdue the opportunity to conduct usability evaluations of gateway projects located anywhere in the US. Interns are hired and supervised by Dr. Paul Parsons, Assistant Professor in Computer Graphics Technology at Purdue University. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.